“Your opinion about yourself is the only one that means anything.
Yet you focus on everyone else’s opinion.
While they focus their opinions on you and you on them,
No one is paying any attention to their own hearts.”
 

mfjr:
Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind | Michel Gondry | 2004

 

mfjr:

Eternal sunshine of the spotless mind | Michel Gondry | 2004

Hablo de tu soledad - Mario Benedetti 

Hablo de tu soledad - Mario Benedetti 

awkwardsituationist:

photos by klaus echle, a forest ranger in germany’s black forest who came to gain the trust of this young female red fox. but after six months, at the start of the mating season, she disappeared. “i still miss seeing her,” he said. 

1000drawings:

by jenniferallevato
“Finish each day and be done with it. You have done what you could; some blunders and absurdities have crept in; forget them as soon as you can. Tomorrow is a new day.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson (via serialchillin)

(Source: littlefootlove)

1000drawings:

by nikkiritmeijer
llbwwb:

(via 500px / Mother and calf by Eurion Kemish)
anarcoindividual:

Yo

SILVA - É Preciso Dizer

 

memecogens:

"[T]he Court considers that it does not have sufficient elements to enable it to conclude with certainty that the use of nuclear weapons would necessarily be at variance with the principles and rules of law applicable in armed conflict in any circumstance… Accordingly, in view of the present state of international law viewed as a whole, … and of the elements of fact at its disposal, the Court is led to observe that it cannot reach a definitive conclusion as to the legality or illegality of the use of nuclear weapons by a State in an extreme circumstance of self-defence, in which its very survival would be at stake (paras 95–97).
Legality of the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons

memecogens:

"[T]he Court considers that it does not have sufficient elements to enable it to conclude with certainty that the use of nuclear weapons would necessarily be at variance with the principles and rules of law applicable in armed conflict in any circumstance… Accordingly, in view of the present state of international law viewed as a whole, … and of the elements of fact at its disposal, the Court is led to observe that it cannot reach a definitive conclusion as to the legality or illegality of the use of nuclear weapons by a State in an extreme circumstance of self-defence, in which its very survival would be at stake (paras 95–97).

Legality of the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons

fotojournalismus:

Abid Mian Lal Mian Syed | Vision from the Inner Eye

(via firsttimeuser)