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Maryam - 25 - Dubai

Intuition is the key to everything, in painting, filmmaking, business - everything. I think you could have an intellectual ability, but if you can sharpen your intuition, which they say is emotion and intellect joining together, then a knowingness occurs.

—David Lynch (via diluvie)

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paper plans | ph. by oktawian gornik | clothes by oliwia drochlinska

paper plans | ph. by oktawian gornik | clothes by oliwia drochlinska

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Beware of generalizations about any faith… Hinduism contained both Gandhi and the fanatic who assassinated him. The Dalai Lama today is an extraordinary humanitarian, but the fifth Dalai Lama in 1660 ordered children massacred “like eggs smashed against rocks.” Christianity encompassed the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and also the 13th century papal legate who in France ordered the massacre of 20,000 Cathar men, women and children for heresy…The Taliban gunmen who shot Malala Yousafzai for advocating for education were Muslims; so was Malala.

—Nicholas Kristof, The Diversity of Islam (via jokhang)

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whosjuliet:

sloppy:

"When you lose someone who’s your home, your only home in the world, and when it happens you think, ‘Oh fuck. I should’ve had a backup home. Another person, or place, or thing. Something to make me feel safe and now i don’t have that and now i’m lost.’"
The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman (2013) dir. Fredrik Bond

This movie is so good on so many levels, defiantly a favorite

whosjuliet:

sloppy:

"When you lose someone who’s your home, your only home in the world, and when it happens you think, ‘Oh fuck. I should’ve had a backup home. Another person, or place, or thing. Something to make me feel safe and now i don’t have that and now i’m lost.’"

The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman (2013) dir. Fredrik Bond

This movie is so good on so many levels, defiantly a favorite

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It was hard to feel the right emotions at the right times. They didn’t come at all when you set a place for them, and they sacked when you weren’t ready, when you were just innocently flossing your teeth, for example, or eating a bowl of cereal.

—Ann Brashares, The Last Summer (Of You and Me)

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