beauty in everything,every person

There can be no order without chaos and no chaos with order.

But there can be you and I...


Consuegra, Castile-La Mancha, SpainTravel and see the world


Consuegra, Castile-La Mancha, Spain

Travel and see the world


This is at least the third time I’ve reblogged this and I’m not sorry


This is at least the third time I’ve reblogged this and I’m not sorry

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Wonder Mountain, Toronto, Canada.Travel and see the world


Wonder Mountain, Toronto, Canada.

Travel and see the world



tbh I sometimes think about how Helena believes in astrology, and how I really, really don’t, but she still remains my favourite person; you don’t need to agree with everything someone believes in to respect them as a person. She preaches about being true to oneself. It’s not about what you believe in but how you practice your beliefs. I just think this is relevant.

Perfect post is perfect.

“Everybody says sex is obscene. The only true obscenity is war.”

Anonymous said: How can you be so full of hate? What about the 2150 who died? The 100,000 who lost their homes? Are you even apart of the same human race the rest of us belong to? May God guide you and soften your heart. It isn't us vs. them. It's about humanity.


I’m not full of hate. I’m certainly full of frustration over how lightly people dismiss Islamic terror, but I don’t hate Muslims. I feel sorry for them as victims of a hateful ideology.

89 Percent of Palestinians [in Gaza] support Terror Attacks on Israel
89% of Gazans support rocket fire on Israel
89% of Palestinians [in Gaza] support rocket firing at Israel

These are the facts. I am not going to dismiss the fact that the majority of Gazans support the attempted murder and terrorising of innocent Israelis just because “It’s about humanity.”

Why don’t you go and preach peace and love to the people who are starting this mess in the first place? Why don’t you go and protest in Iraq and Syria and Gaza and Lebanon and Saudi Arabia? I have a human heart, human morals and a human sense of empathy. Do they?

"This is a significant increase since January, when the PCPO found that just 49.1 percent supported such actions."

That is an extract from the article you posted; are you trying to say that even after Israel more or less destroyed Gaza;  the majority  of Palestinians were suppose to be okay with it? Are you saying that these people should not be angry about loosing their children, brothers, sisters, mother, friends, homes, and basically everything?

Here is a fact, when people  go through such an event, they have a right, that you nor I, and not even religion can take away, to grieve and be angry.

“I have stood over the bodies, including the bodies of children, left behind by Israeli airstrikes and assaults. I have watched mothers and fathers cradle their dead and bloodied boys and girls in their arms, convulsed by an indescribable grief, shrieking in pitiful cries to an indifferent universe. And in this charnel house, this open-air prison where 1.8 million people, nearly half of them children, live trapped in an Israeli ghetto, I have witnessed the crimes of occupation—the food shortage, the stifling overcrowding, the contaminated water, the lack of health services, the crippling poverty, the endemic unemployment, the fear and the despair. As I have witnessed this mass of human suffering I have heard from the power elites in Jerusalem and Washington the lies told to justify state terror.”

—   Chris Hedges (via azspot)

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“The more you know who you are, and what you want, the less you let things upset you.”

—   Stephanie Perkins (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

“It is being your best self, and it is understanding that your worst self is also loved and welcomed. It’s when we realize we are human.”


Cynthia Hass, “Connectedness and Community

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“Few men have imagination enough for the truth of reality.”

—   Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (via itsquoted)

“How about be sappy & corny & sad
& awful & pretentious & obvious & dumb.
Because all the best poems
are at least three of these things.
It isn’t that we should quit being sentimental.
It’s that we should get super good at it.
Our hearts are eighteen hungry wolves
that are okay saying things about ‘our hearts.’”

—   Sara Woods, “Notes to a Young Poet,” from H_NGM_N's project of the same name (via bostonpoetryslam)

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