circuitbird:

I’m obsessed with these boots.

circuitbird:

I’m obsessed with these boots.

jellyworld:

Please let yourself be proud of small things. Please do that. Please allow yourself to get really excited about playing a video game well or sending an ask you were nervous about or letting a bug outside or peeling the whole orange in one try. Please get so excited about that. Please. That’s so cool I’m so glad you did it.

december-bee:

lunarch-sounds:

henrrywinter:


entelecheia — in the philosophy of Aristotle, the condition of a thing whose essence is fully realized [x]

#OKAY BUT IF THIS IS AN ANGEL—IF THEIR HALOS ARE THE UNFLAWED AND FULLY REALIZED CIRCLE#THAT MEANS THAT IN FALLING—IN BECOMING DEMONIC#THE CIRCLE CRACKS#THE DEMON’S HORNS ARE THE VESTIGIAL HALO#A CONSTANT SYMBOL AND REMINDER OF THEIR FLAWED-NESS; THEIR INCOMPLETENESS#I’M!!!!! (notbecauseofvictories)

HOLY BALLS WHAT A CONCEPT

it’s a hoop. clearly.
ancient myth has retold that long ago forest-dwellers looked for circles as their sacred symbol for ‘being found’ because their forest-dwelling lives were a result of exile from various kingdoms who rejected certain individuals that held ‘alien’ beliefs (such as kindness towards ‘beasts’, education for women, etc.) - and so these people, being lost and displaced in the deep woods, would often reflect and settle their minds by walking in circles, carving circles into trees, making garland halos to wear on their heads, and dancing in a ring with fellow forest-goers as a way to dizzy themselves and get high
eventually the circle consolidated the concept of unity for those who were outcast into the forest and they all kept tokens of it to remind themselves of their own power to create and express away from the homelands that rejected them. artisans in the forest-dwelling community spent much of their time creating ornate designs of ‘hoops’ that could be worn on the head. These hoops were worn with pride and as a sign of psychological freedom- by complementing the spherical shape of the human head with a big circle, they meant to convey the vastness of the mind and its power to regain and discover what was lost, to act as the safe space in which to be oneself- kind of like a helmet. By wearing the circle, these people felt protected in their existence, and felt like they were ‘home’ regardless of where they went and what adversities they faced, because at least they were in the circle, and ‘circles infinitely return home to itself’

december-bee:

lunarch-sounds:

henrrywinter:

entelecheia — in the philosophy of Aristotle, the condition of a thing whose essence is fully realized [x]

 (notbecauseofvictories)

HOLY BALLS WHAT A CONCEPT

it’s a hoop. clearly.

ancient myth has retold that long ago forest-dwellers looked for circles as their sacred symbol for ‘being found’ because their forest-dwelling lives were a result of exile from various kingdoms who rejected certain individuals that held ‘alien’ beliefs (such as kindness towards ‘beasts’, education for women, etc.) - and so these people, being lost and displaced in the deep woods, would often reflect and settle their minds by walking in circles, carving circles into trees, making garland halos to wear on their heads, and dancing in a ring with fellow forest-goers as a way to dizzy themselves and get high

eventually the circle consolidated the concept of unity for those who were outcast into the forest and they all kept tokens of it to remind themselves of their own power to create and express away from the homelands that rejected them. artisans in the forest-dwelling community spent much of their time creating ornate designs of ‘hoops’ that could be worn on the head. These hoops were worn with pride and as a sign of psychological freedom- by complementing the spherical shape of the human head with a big circle, they meant to convey the vastness of the mind and its power to regain and discover what was lost, to act as the safe space in which to be oneself- kind of like a helmet. By wearing the circle, these people felt protected in their existence, and felt like they were ‘home’ regardless of where they went and what adversities they faced, because at least they were in the circle, and ‘circles infinitely return home to itself’

Warpaint's new album is so good. Thank you for the suggestion.

@venere-adeptus

Omg someone who understands!

I’m so glad you listened haha

wolveswolves:

Wolf girl

(Source: laurita-maria)

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(Source: electricrain)

Fantastic eyebrows xx

@sepulcher

Thanks! And right back at you!

Alon Livne Fall 2013