workman:

likeafieldmouse:
J. M. W. Turner
1. A Harpooned Whale
2. Sea Monsters and Vessels at Sunset
3. Storm Clouds
workman:

likeafieldmouse:
J. M. W. Turner
1. A Harpooned Whale
2. Sea Monsters and Vessels at Sunset
3. Storm Clouds
workman:

likeafieldmouse:
J. M. W. Turner
1. A Harpooned Whale
2. Sea Monsters and Vessels at Sunset
3. Storm Clouds

workman:

likeafieldmouse:

J. M. W. Turner

1. A Harpooned Whale

2. Sea Monsters and Vessels at Sunset

3. Storm Clouds

(via impressionsonmymind)

“We stand today at the threshold of a great event both in the life of the United Nations and in the life of mankind… . This declaration may well become the international Magna Carta of all men everywhere.”
— Eleanor Roosevelt, Speech to U.N. General Assembly on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, December 9, 1948

contrariansoul:

There is always room for great hope. For at every level of despair there is the possibility of giving up. In the midst of every dimension of delusion there are sparkles of sanity…. In the early years of life, giving up usually takes the form of faith. A leaping forward into a belief that one is…

“Karl Rahner is often quoted as saying, “The devout Christian of the future will either be a ‘mystic’ … or will cease to be anything at all.””
— (via denisehess)
“Find meaning. Distinguish melancholy from sadness. Go out for a walk. It doesn’t have to be a romantic walk in the park, spring at its most spectacular moment, flowers and smells and outstanding poetical imagery smoothly transferring you into another world. It doesn’t have to be a walk during which you’ll have multiple life epiphanies and discover meanings no other brain ever managed to encounter. Do not be afraid of spending quality time by yourself. Find meaning or don’t find meaning but “steal” some time and give it freely and exclusively to your own self. Opt for privacy and solitude. That doesn’t make you antisocial or cause you to reject the rest of the world. But you need to breathe. And you need to be.”
— Albert Camus, Notebooks, 1951-1959 (via starrywavves)

(via lion-kim)

“The one thing necessary is a true interior and spiritual life,
true growth, on my own, in depth, in a new direction. Whatever
new direction God opens up for me. My job is to press forward, to
grow interiorly, to pray, to break away from attachments and to
defy fears, to grow in faith, which has its own solitude, to seek an
entirely new perspective and new dimension in my life. To open
up new horizons at any cost.To desire this and let the Holy Spirit
take care of the rest. But really to desire this and work for it.”
— Thomas Merton (via contrariansoul)
tonedgoals:

kkatkkrap:

winterinthetardis:

#firefox is experiencing a problem with windows

DAT CAPTION THO

I can’t. like I really just cannot 
tonedgoals:

kkatkkrap:

winterinthetardis:

#firefox is experiencing a problem with windows

DAT CAPTION THO

I can’t. like I really just cannot 
tonedgoals:

kkatkkrap:

winterinthetardis:

#firefox is experiencing a problem with windows

DAT CAPTION THO

I can’t. like I really just cannot 
tonedgoals:

kkatkkrap:

winterinthetardis:

#firefox is experiencing a problem with windows

DAT CAPTION THO

I can’t. like I really just cannot 
inneroptics:

Aldous Huxley
“Nobody can discover the world for somebody else. Only when we discover it for ourselves does it become common ground, and a common bond, and we cease to be alone.”
— Wendell Berry (via seabois)

(via contrariansoul)

Slowly Slowly
Comes Christ through the garden
Speaking to the sacred trees
Their branches bear his light
Without harm

Slowly slowly
Comes Christ through the ruins
Seeking the lost disciple
A timid one
Too literate
To believe words
So he hides

Slowly slowly
Christ rises on the cornfields
It is only the harvest moon
The disciple
Turns over in his sleep
And murmurs:
“My regret!”

The disciple will awaken
When he knows history
But slowly slowly
The Lord of History
Weeps into the fire.

— Psalm. Thomas Merton