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arcticmunkeez:

*goes a few hours without internet access* wow i’m so healthy and wild i could live in the woods

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"The country my mother left behind was a country she believed in; a country we kept alive till her last breath; a country that never existed in that form; a country that, in my memory, I will always associate with my mother." (Good Bye, Lenin! 2003)

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I don’t want to be about the way I look - my body, my hair, my makeup, all those boring things.

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ocelotrevs:

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#yoga #Fitness #shadesofhealth #sunshine #sunset #sunsetimages #workoutanywhere #outdoorfitness #outdoorworkout #Dusk #evening #Flexibility #yoga #flexibility #forearmstand #pinchamayurasana #yogaphotography #contrails (at Hackney Marshes)

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gosly:

The whole movie is about how Frances is kind of drifting away from Sophie like so many friends do in the process of ‘growing up’ as their lives change and pull them into different directions.  I love this moment, right after Sophie and Frances share this intimate moment the night before in Frances’ dorm, where Sophie and her fiance are driving away.  Sophie chooses to move on with her new life.  Frances finally kind of comes to terms with it when she watches them go.  She kind of comes into herself there.

Then, at the end of the film, we see Frances making her own new life for herself without Sophie.  And despite their two independent lives they have this moment, the moment that Frances has always been searching for, where their eyes meet from across the room and they just feel this bond that only they share and will always share.

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Vice, Virtue. It’s best not to be too moral. You cheat yourself out of too much life. Aim above morality. If you apply that to life, then you’re bound to live life fully.

Harold and Maude (1971), Hal Ashby

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You don’t want to go anywhere, and that’s why the same shit’s going to keep happening to you, because you want it to.

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caelas:

saying feminism is unnecessary because you don’t feel oppressed is like saying fire extinguishers are unnecessary because your house isn’t on fire

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Olivia Munn for Vogue by Angelo Pennetta

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