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  4. clutteredvoices:

    I don’t understand why people think telling me to calm down is going to make me feel better. Wow so you mean that if I’m stressing over something that is really important to me and you say those magical words it all goes away??
    Mind. Fucking. Blown.

     

  5. So I completely flunked my English grammar thing.
    The worst thing is that most of my mistakes are in spelling, and I know I could have done so much better.

     
  6. unicef:

    Hats off to these six Syrian artists who have made it into the Guinness Book of World Records – and given a Damascus primary school something to be proud of. They’ve fashioned the world’s largest mural made from scrap. Why? “Damascus is wounded and sad… and creating something beautiful from rubbish means that we can rebuild despite the destruction.” Read the article, via BuzzFeed: http://uni.cf/1kD8AgZ

     
  7. stories-yet-to-be-written:

    Trains by Steve McCurry

    Ever since the British built the railroads in India that stitch that vast subcontinent together, trains have been the organizing force that unify all of its disparate parts. As I tried to tell the story of the community that inhabits the depots, I would go to the train station every day and wander around the platform. Each time a train would roll in, while carefully stepping over bodies and around huge mountains of luggage, I would start to photograph the swirl of life that assaults and saturates the senses.

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  8. gentlemansessentials:

    Movement

    Gentleman’s Essentials

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  11. bobbycaputo:

    On Earth Day, These Photos Remind Us Just How Little We Know Of The Planet We Call Home

    Happy Earth Day! Every year on April 22, the world celebrates this amazingly diverse planet we call home, focusing on ways to protect it from the often destructive practices of its human inhabitants. While many of these efforts focus on the conservation of Earth’s most fragile habitats, we frequently forget just how extreme and alien-like our own planet can be. The photos below showcase Earth’s unbelievably varying landscapes and remind us that we often live our lives confined only to a minuscule part of this amazing planet.

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  13. Szeged Synagogue, Hungary

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  14. Modern crime novels are rubbish compared to Agatha Christie. They lack the elegance, the air of mystery, the class. 

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