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(via rikola)

annadraconida:

In an ideal world, Nature would not need protecting because it’d be unimaginable to inflict harm upon it. Kids in school would be taught that the planet we inhabit is every bit as important & sensitive as our own bodies. That its life and well being = our own. Because that is the truth.
In an ideal world, we wouldn’t have politicians, police, banks, money, murder, armies, wars, terrorism, deforestation, pollution, absurd wealth, poverty and meat factories. Nobody would take more than they need or take from someone else without their permission, women would not have to fear men and there would be no Holocaust inflicted upon billions of animals every day.
But… all of that is just a fleeting dream and reality is a 1000 times worse than the worst nightmares.

The universe is wider than our views of it.

Henry David Thoreau (via elige)

(via thatheathen)

victoriousvocabulary:

PINING
[noun]
1. a feeling of deep longing, especially for a loved one.
2. prolonged unfulfilled desire or need; to feel a lingering, often nostalgic desire.
3. grieving or mourning.
Etymology: Middle English pinen - to torture, torment, inflict pain, be in pain; Old English pīnian - to torture, derivative of pīn - torture < Late Latin pēna, Latin poena - punishment.
[Emily Balivet]
victoriousvocabulary:

CALLIPATHOS
[noun]
Informal: beautiful suffering; beautiful pain; the romanticisation of pain.
Etymology: from Ancient Greek καλός (kalos), κάλλος (kallos) - ‘beautiful’ and πάθος (pathos) - ‘suffering’.
[Kinuko Y. Craft]