"You & Me" by Disclosure. This is the OST to the ad I just posted. So tight.

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posted : Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

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It had been a very long time since I’d seen such a gorgeous ad… and the music! Just - amazing. My next post is going to be the song.

(ftr, there’s a 1 minute video of this ad on lacoste’s channel)

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posted : Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

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posted : Monday, March 24th, 2014

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"Explaining things to my Grandfather: sexting."

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posted : Thursday, March 20th, 2014

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humansofnewyork:

"I’m learning to be more careful with my words. Words that seem meaningless at the time can end up having a lot of power. Seeds that you didn’t even intend to plant can fall off you and start growing in people."

humansofnewyork:

"I’m learning to be more careful with my words. Words that seem meaningless at the time can end up having a lot of power. Seeds that you didn’t even intend to plant can fall off you and start growing in people."

posted : Wednesday, March 12th, 2014

reblogged from : Humans of New York

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"Watercolor Sister" by the wonderful Shani blue. I discovered this a few years ago and it still pops into my head on occasion.

I miss the innocence of days gone by.

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posted : Wednesday, March 12th, 2014

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“ Some people lay stress on fasting. They affirm that in augmenting the weakness of the body they develop a spiritual sensibility and thus they think to approach God.

Weakening one’s self physically does not necessarily contribute to spiritual progress. Humility, kindness, resignation, and all these spiritual attributes emanating from great physical strength are acceptable to God. That an enfeebled man cannot fight is not accounted a virtue. Were physical weakness a virtue the dead would be perfect, for they can do nothing.

If a man be just, kind, humble and merciful and his qualities are acquired through the will-power — this is Godlike. A child cannot kill a man; but a Bonaparte can abstain from war, from shedding blood, from devastating countries. A dumb person will not speak ill of any one, a paralyzed hand cannot strike; but a strong arm can refrain from striking. Justice, love and kindness must be the instruments of strength, not of weakness.

— 'Abdu'l-Bahá, Divine Philosophy, p.98  (via littlemissconceptions)
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posted : Tuesday, March 11th, 2014

reblogged from : littlemissconceptions

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“ The Kingdom of God is founded upon equity and justice, and also upon mercy, compassion, and kindness to every living soul. Strive ye then with all your heart to treat compassionately all humankind—except for those who have some selfish, private motive, or some disease of the soul. Kindness cannot be shown the tyrant, the deceiver, or the thief, because, far from awakening them to the error of their ways, it maketh them to continue in their perversity as before. No matter how much kindliness ye may expend upon the liar, he will but lie the more, for he believeth you to be deceived, while ye understand him but too well, and only remain silent out of your extreme compassion.
— 'Abdu'l-Bahá
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posted : Tuesday, March 11th, 2014

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“ You and I are more than just friends. We’re like a really small gang.
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posted : Friday, March 7th, 2014

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posted : Friday, March 7th, 2014

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