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If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.

— Mother Teresa (via hqlines)


1 week ago • 3,178 notes
Helping my lil bro with his homework
#CoffeeCo (at The Coffee Company)
Good morning☺️

'I hope my hustle don't offend nobody, I can give a fuck what you think about me'

1 week ago • 0 notes
Back in the Bosses chair  (at In The Cut Barber Salon)

Carl putting the finishing touches on my cut tho😎

2 weeks ago • 0 notes
life. growth. love. religion. ↘

johnnyrainod:

i wonder what life is sometimes…. weird thing to wonder i know. but i guess i just wonder why things happen the way they do. why we as humans take certain courses that we take. how growth can be experienced so quickly; painfully at that. and how some can experience it worse than others… although i…

2 weeks ago • 86 notes
NEW RELIGION

johnnyrainod:

Johnny Rain - “New Religion / Dimelo”

2 weeks ago • 60 notes
centuriespast:

Phurpa. Magic dagger. Three edged, topped with a bust of a demon wearing skull girdle holding rope and vajra.
Tibetan Buddhist
18th Century - 19th Century
Penn Museum
centuriespast:

Grey-black volcanic stone sculpture representing the Hindu elephant god Ganesha. He is seated on a platform of skulls; the soles of his feet are together, his right leg bent. Two of his four arms are down, two raised. His trunk is reaching into a dish of sweets held in his lower left hand; in his lower right hand he holds a broken tusk (?) and in his upper left hand a string of beads. The skulls and the seated pose with feet together are typical of Ganesha figures from the 13th century East Java kingdom of Singhasari.
Penn Museum

centuriespast:

Large, heavy Eskimo pipe of walrus tusk. Detachable bowl and mouth-piece. Chinese type with tiny capacity. Decorated with incised pictorial designs filled with black; four scenes, two of masked dances and two of hunting and fishing.

Penn Museum

2 weeks ago • 187 notes

11 reasons why jenny gump is the biggest b**ch in movie history

best-of-memes:

2 weeks ago • 1,060 notes