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"Attitude"by Sepultura

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darkrecollections:

Sepultura - Screams Behind the Shadows

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One kind word can warm three winter months. Japanese Proverb (via psych-facts) 7,724 notes
My heart needs the mountains like my body needs the water. Anonymous (via infinite-paradox) 6,995 notes

Death | Suicide Machine 

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greenrainboots:

Photographer Bing Wright has found a creative way to capture the beautiful color palette of the evening sky, in his series titled Broken Mirror/Evening Sky.

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A woman is not written in braille, you don’t have to touch her to know her.

Unknown

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teapalm:

For (x) (Tasha Marie)

teapalm:

For (x) 
(Tasha Marie)

orchidstra:

Peaks and Blues

orchidstra:

Peaks and Blues

areumdw:

"While my son and I waited for our bus to arrive, I opened up my umbrella because it had suddenly begun to rain. I found that my son had disappeared so I was looking around, when I found him holding an umbrella up for an elder who had been crouching next to the bus stop, selling vegetable seeds. He must have felt pity for the elder who had been frantically packing up his belongings while getting rained on…As a mother, I was so proud to have a son like him…I was happy.
The words that the grandfather spoke when we parted really left an impression: “Even if an atomic bomb were to drop, I would do whatever it takes to save that boy.” 
My son’s math grades may not be the bestBut he loves people and he loves animals….that’s enough, right? ^^”

areumdw:

"While my son and I waited for our bus to arrive, I opened up my umbrella because it had suddenly begun to rain. I found that my son had disappeared so I was looking around, when I found him holding an umbrella up for an elder who had been crouching next to the bus stop, selling vegetable seeds. He must have felt pity for the elder who had been frantically packing up his belongings while getting rained on…As a mother, I was so proud to have a son like him…I was happy.

The words that the grandfather spoke when we parted really left an impression: “Even if an atomic bomb were to drop, I would do whatever it takes to save that boy.” 

My son’s math grades may not be the best
But he loves people and he loves animals….that’s enough, right? ^^”

Allá ustedes con su cerveza sin alcohol, su café descafeinado, su sexo sin amor y su cine sin emociones. Gonzalo Frias (via atadoamilenguaje) 1,232 notes

valkyriaulvdottir:

Swedish forest and my runes and galdr

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