scunshine
There is an aloneness that is not loneliness, and not despair, and western medicine hasn’t got a clue. It is something like a profound closeness with your own being, an intimacy with the quiet passing of things, friendship with the broken and the transient within and without. While you quietly grieve over yesterday’s dreams of tomorrows that never came, you hold today so close in your arms. You are the mother of today.
Jeff Foster  (via aroundtheworldinaateadazed)
scunshine
There is an aloneness that is not loneliness, and not despair, and western medicine hasn’t got a clue. It is something like a profound closeness with your own being, an intimacy with the quiet passing of things, friendship with the broken and the transient within and without. While you quietly grieve over yesterday’s dreams of tomorrows that never came, you hold today so close in your arms. You are the mother of today.
Jeff Foster  (via aroundtheworldinaateadazed)
scunshine
There is an aloneness that is not loneliness, and not despair, and western medicine hasn’t got a clue. It is something like a profound closeness with your own being, an intimacy with the quiet passing of things, friendship with the broken and the transient within and without. While you quietly grieve over yesterday’s dreams of tomorrows that never came, you hold today so close in your arms. You are the mother of today.
Jeff Foster  (via aroundtheworldinaateadazed)
scunshine
doomstarrequiem:

myriadsubtletiess:

alexandraelle:

thetigerbeat:

British woman Harnaam Kaur started growing facial hair at 16 as a side effect of polycystic ovary syndrome. She tried waxing, shaving and bleaching before being baptised a Sikh, which forbids the cutting of body hair. Photograph: Brock Elbank/Barcroft Media

wow!

This is so beautiful it honestly makes me tear up.

This woman is wonderful. She has openly become a feminist advocate who talks about how, after facing suicidal thoughts, she embraced her beauty. She even responded to hurtful redditors with care and poise and even changed the initial poster’s ideas about female beauty. She’s an amazing person.

doomstarrequiem:

myriadsubtletiess:

alexandraelle:

thetigerbeat:

British woman Harnaam Kaur started growing facial hair at 16 as a side effect of polycystic ovary syndrome. She tried waxing, shaving and bleaching before being baptised a Sikh, which forbids the cutting of body hair. Photograph: Brock Elbank/Barcroft Media

wow!

This is so beautiful it honestly makes me tear up.

This woman is wonderful. She has openly become a feminist advocate who talks about how, after facing suicidal thoughts, she embraced her beauty. She even responded to hurtful redditors with care and poise and even changed the initial poster’s ideas about female beauty. She’s an amazing person.

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geardrops:

elloellenoh:

kenyatta:

How news of #Ferguson spread across Twitter 

Geotagged Tweets mentioning “Ferguson” and key terms, CDT

You absolutely must click through to see the whole thing if only b/c I couldn’t do a gif that included the entire world map.
h/t @kthread

interesting to see how dark the middle of the country is

keep in mind the population density of the united states

geardrops:

elloellenoh:

kenyatta:

How news of #Ferguson spread across Twitter 

Geotagged Tweets mentioning “Ferguson” and key terms, CDT

You absolutely must click through to see the whole thing if only b/c I couldn’t do a gif that included the entire world map.

h/t @kthread

interesting to see how dark the middle of the country is

keep in mind the population density of the united states