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Borzoi are so frickin cute

I always think I’m more of a cat person but oh my goodness this dog is so very beautiful and lovely 

nooo oo o o

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elquesohurtado:

Pablo Picasso Date: 1986. Photographer: Túrelio.

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ourwildways:

Rest in Peace Gabriel Garcia Marquez. 

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tastefullyoffensive:

The beginning of a beautiful friendship. [x]

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thelovelyseas:

A Different Perspective by David Valencia

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"But like every kiss, this one is an answer, a clumsy but tender answer to a question that eludes the power of language."

Sandor Marai, from Embers (via the-final-sentence)
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#   Brit Marling 
#   I Origin 
#   Michael Pitt 
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I’m serious

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first look at brit marling as karen in i origins (coming to sundance 2014).

or you could marry me
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I must be so annoying to live with because when I’m “writing a paper” (you know why there’s quotation marks) I basically take all the living space, eat all the food there is available and procrastinate through playing the same two songs over and over again on the guitar.

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"I had had this internship [at Goldman Sachs] where I kept hearing this Baby Boomer message from everyone, like “Oh, it’s all going to work out, you just need to work hard and you’ll succeed” and thinking something seems totally off here. What are all these lovely, charismatic, bright people doing in this room, what are they really making or creating? How does this make sense with the dwindling resources of the planet and the growing disparity between the rich and the poor? It was so unsettling. It didn’t feel good. How does one feel good? How do you live an accountable life now? How do you get through a day and not feel that it is at the cost of people you have never even met?"

Brit Marling in an interview with TIME

(Source: TIME)

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#   Brit Marling