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humansofnewyork:

"The thing we need most is security. Without security, nothing works. We are only out here playing chess because right now, in this place, we have a little bit of security. But that’s just for right now— just this moment. In this country things have never been secure for long. In America, there is always security. And that’s why America works."(Juba, South Sudan)

Oh America doesn’t have security at all, just the false sense of it 

humansofnewyork:

"The thing we need most is security. Without security, nothing works. We are only out here playing chess because right now, in this place, we have a little bit of security. But that’s just for right now— just this moment. In this country things have never been secure for long. In America, there is always security. And that’s why America works."

(Juba, South Sudan)

Oh America doesn’t have security at all, just the false sense of it 

Sep 01 · 1,607 notes · reblog

Mario Balotelli asked by cris-runs-the-world

Sep 01 · 139 notes · reblog

herunweddedhusband:

blackgirlwhiteboylove:

nirvanatrill:

Albert Einstein teaching a physics class at Lincoln university (HBCU in Pennsylvania) in 1946.

I wonder why I never learned that one of the smartest men in the world called racism a disease…

Damn

herunweddedhusband:

blackgirlwhiteboylove:

nirvanatrill:

Albert Einstein teaching a physics class at Lincoln university (HBCU in Pennsylvania) in 1946.

I wonder why I never learned that one of the smartest men in the world called racism a disease

Damn

Aug 31 · 84,056 notes · reblog

He had said: “I’ll have plenty of time to rest when I die, but this eventuality is not yet part of my plans.”
— Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Love in the Time of Cholera (via talesofpassingtime)
Aug 31 · 11 notes · reblog

You’ve got to use it, the pain. Use it as fuel to move past the torment, to the light at the end of the tunnel.
— Thomas E. Sniegoski, Aerie and Reckoning (via larmoyante)
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bendiswordsforpictures:

This is where art is made, part II

Marc Silvestri - Phil Noto - Chris Weston - John Byrne - Mike Mignola - Frank Cho - JOCK - Michael Lark - Joe Quesada - James Jean

Part I

Aug 31 · 480 notes · reblog

sound-and-visual-shit:

Photography Boris Dragojlovic

sound-and-visual-shit:

Photography Boris Dragojlovic

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portraits-of-america:

“Americans—as businesses, individuals, or the government—are not nearly as generous as they think they are”
Monroe, MI

portraits-of-america:

“Americans—as businesses, individuals, or the government—are not nearly as generous as they think they are”

Monroe, MI

Aug 30 · 194 notes · reblog