IntiWasi

Christened as Kevin Leonardo, but Eye am naught but a speck of pollen as the golden sun swimming within the tigress of lunacy we call the universe. And so are you. my beloved flower.
IntiWasi - the House of the Sun
Where the worship of the Goddess manifests. Where her children lost in madness confess through the visions of an alchemical dream.

For the heron dwellng within my tranquil swamp of lunacy told me so.

“I am under no obligation to make sense to you.”

—   Neil DeGrasse Tyson.  (via curvesincolor)

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Better being someone’s shot of whiskey than everyone’s cup of tea. Sometimes..

Shimabuku, Sea and Flowers, 2013

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“Words dazzle and deceive because they are mimed by the face. But black words on a white page are the soul laid bare.”

—   

Guy de Maupassant

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Lepidoptera by Keisuke Ito, c. 1850s

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“They both wanted to exchange bodies, exchange faces. There was in both of them the dark strain of wanting to become the other, to deny what they were, to transcend their actual selves.”

—   Anaïs Nin, Ladders to Fire (via frenchtwist)

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warsheh:

Gaza Tribute to “The Greatest Mother in the World” - By Alonzo Earl Foringer. 1918.

warsheh:

Gaza 

Tribute to “The Greatest Mother in the World” - By Alonzo Earl Foringer. 1918.

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nowinexile:

Israeli shelling destroys poet Othman Hussein’s Gaza home
The ongoing Israeli onslaught against Palestinians in Gaza has already hit its cultural life with the demolition of the home of artist Raed Issa by an air strike on Tuesday.
This has been followed by the destruction of the house of poet Othman Hussein and his family in Rafah in southern Gaza. According to family friends in the UK who spoke to The Electronic Intifada, the house, located in Shuka, an agricultural town east of Rafah, was hit by tank shells on Thursday, 17 July. The home was completely destroyed, although Hussein and his relations were able to escape harm. via ElectronicIntifada.net

nowinexile:

Israeli shelling destroys poet Othman Hussein’s Gaza home

The ongoing Israeli onslaught against Palestinians in Gaza has already hit its cultural life with the demolition of the home of artist Raed Issa by an air strike on Tuesday.

This has been followed by the destruction of the house of poet Othman Hussein and his family in Rafah in southern Gaza. According to family friends in the UK who spoke to The Electronic Intifada, the house, located in Shuka, an agricultural town east of Rafah, was hit by tank shells on Thursday, 17 July. The home was completely destroyed, although Hussein and his relations were able to escape harm. via ElectronicIntifada.net

aliofbabylon:

"If we don’t become one, we’ll die one by one"

aliofbabylon:

"If we don’t become one, we’ll die one by one"

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أحب رؤية القمر في بدايته عندما يكون هلال لأنني أحب كل شيء له مستقبل

I love looking at the moon when it’s still a crescent because I love everything that has a future

—   Om Kalthoum (1889-1975) - Egyptian singer, songwriter, and film actress of the 1930s to the 1970s. She is known as كوكب الشرق Kawkab al-Sharq (“Star of the East”) in Arabic. More than three decades after her death, she is still widely regarded as the greatest Arabic female singer in history. (via arabicquotes)

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baljinderkaur:

Tonight I was blessed to listen to some beautiful Indian classical music by Kirpal Panesar and Sudarshan Singh at Darbar Unplugged.

I tried to allow the sounds and vibrations to guide my hand across the page - minimal thinking, just feeling. It was an extremely enjoyable and mindful experience. 

Added some colour later. 

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