arabicquotes:

Susan Abulhawa (born 1970) - a Palestinian-American writer and human rights activist. She is the author of a bestselling novel, Mornings in Jenin (2010) and the founder of a non-governmental organization, Playgrounds for Palestine.

arabicquotes:

Susan Abulhawa (born 1970) - a Palestinian-American writer and human rights activist. She is the author of a bestselling novel, Mornings in Jenin (2010) and the founder of a non-governmental organization, Playgrounds for Palestine.

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@22 hours ago with 193 notes

damienericwallace:

Spring rains. I ran the 1/2 mile home through the downpour.

The windows are open and screens keep sills dry while soft winds blow water their way.

Miles Davis, a belly full of food, and cocktails serenade the storm as distant traffic rushes through its puddles.

A perfect solitary night.

@1 day ago with 8 notes
billidollarbaby:

Jay Z In Zanerobe Frames Bandana Button Down Shirt On Easter SundayRead more over at: http://billidollarbaby.com/jay-z-zanerobe-frames-bandana-button-shirt-easter-sunday/

billidollarbaby:

Jay Z In Zanerobe Frames Bandana Button Down Shirt On Easter Sunday

Read more over at: http://billidollarbaby.com/jay-z-zanerobe-frames-bandana-button-shirt-easter-sunday/

@1 day ago with 56 notes
keden:

This is how I just woke up, 5.30am and I don’t even mind

keden:

This is how I just woke up, 5.30am and I don’t even mind

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@1 day ago with 200027 notes
theclassyissue:

Ali Michael in “Bungalow No. 4” for Jalouse Magazine, April 2014 
Photographed by: So Me 

theclassyissue:

Ali Michael in “Bungalow No. 4” for Jalouse Magazine, April 2014 

Photographed by: So Me 

@3 days ago with 1654 notes

yayo lana del rey

@4 days ago
jthenr-comics-vault:

GARGOYLES Print AD (1994)

jthenr-comics-vault:

GARGOYLES Print AD (1994)

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@4 days ago with 1044 notes
dendroica:

Blue tits, goldfinches and great spotted woodpeckers thriving in British gardens

Blue tits, goldfinches and great spotted woodpeckers were found in greater abundance by the UK’s biggest citizen science survey this year, despite many bird species being recorded at lower numbers in gardens because of the unusually mild winter.
The top 10 of RSPB’s annual Big Garden Birdwatch has all changed since last year, with blue tits (an average of 2.5 birds seen in 74% of gardens) in their highest position since the annual survey began in 1979, while blackbirds, previously in the second spot with an average of 2.2 seen in 82% of gardens, have dropped to fourth place.
Goldfinches have climbed another place since last year to number seven, while the robin, which has reached number seven in the past, has dropped down to number 10.
And for the first time ever, the great spotted woodpecker has made it into the top 20, with 0.1 birds recorded in 10% of gardens.
Around half a million people took part in the annual survey, which asked people to spend an hour counting birds in their garden or local park during the last weekend of January.

(via theguardian.com)

dendroica:

Blue tits, goldfinches and great spotted woodpeckers thriving in British gardens

Blue tits, goldfinches and great spotted woodpeckers were found in greater abundance by the UK’s biggest citizen science survey this year, despite many bird species being recorded at lower numbers in gardens because of the unusually mild winter.

The top 10 of RSPB’s annual Big Garden Birdwatch has all changed since last year, with blue tits (an average of 2.5 birds seen in 74% of gardens) in their highest position since the annual survey began in 1979, while blackbirds, previously in the second spot with an average of 2.2 seen in 82% of gardens, have dropped to fourth place.

Goldfinches have climbed another place since last year to number seven, while the robin, which has reached number seven in the past, has dropped down to number 10.

And for the first time ever, the great spotted woodpecker has made it into the top 20, with 0.1 birds recorded in 10% of gardens.

Around half a million people took part in the annual survey, which asked people to spend an hour counting birds in their garden or local park during the last weekend of January.

(via theguardian.com)

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@5 days ago with 159 notes
resohlve:

so i had to make haikus for one of my online classes and i decided to post this one idk

resohlve:

so i had to make haikus for one of my online classes and i decided to post this one idk

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@22 hours ago with 2115 notes

"I am tired of trying to hold things together that cannot be held. Trying to control what cannot be controlled. I am tired of denying myself what I want for fear of breaking things I cannot fix. They will break no matter what we do."

The Night Circus (Erin Morgenstern)

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@1 day ago with 2182 notes

Your work is to discover your world and then with all your heart give yourself to it.
Buddha

Your work is to discover your world and then with all your heart give yourself to it.

Buddha

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@1 day ago with 822 notes

"

يا بخت من زار و خفف

Visit rarely, and you will be more loved.

"

Arabic proverb (via 1001arabianights)

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@2 days ago with 1532 notes
peaceful-moon:

temporary home | Photo by sweet_over_photos
@3 days ago with 5084 notes
ghostkitten69:

awwww-cute:

My brother’s cat, Otis. He sat like this for 15 minutes, totally transfixed. Every time they would roar, he meowed back

dream big, Otis

ghostkitten69:

awwww-cute:

My brother’s cat, Otis. He sat like this for 15 minutes, totally transfixed. Every time they would roar, he meowed back

dream big, Otis

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@4 days ago with 87050 notes

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@4 days ago with 7 notes