Free your mind.

I don't know how many years I got left, but I'm going to get real weird with it.

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“They [the British government] are trying to persuade world opinion that the lamb has devoured the wolf.”

—   

Former Prime Minister Mohammed Mossadegh's statement's before the world at the United Nations Convention in 1951 to expose Britain’s colonialist domination of Iran.

These sentiments reverberate in the mainstream media’s current portrayal of Israeli domination and occupation over Palestinians.

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Why Slavery was the Ultimate Evil

panatmansam:

Evil is the wrongful assertion of control of the lives or property of another.

This is the very definition of slavery. Slavery was not a white man’s invention. Every settled society had slaves. Mostly slaves were simply neighboring groups who were defeated in battle and stripped of their freedom….

nativeamericannews:

Typical hairstyles varied from tribe to tribe, but in most tribes, individual Native American people also wore their hair differently from one another. http://bit.ly/1oYKvWM

nativeamericannews:

Typical hairstyles varied from tribe to tribe, but in most tribes, individual Native American people also wore their hair differently from one another. http://bit.ly/1oYKvWM

the-seraphic-book-of-eloy:

Sr. Florentino plays Viola caipira for his wife Dona FirminaCaipira Life, Buri, São Paulo. 1960Caipira (from Old Tupi ka’apir, which means “bush cutter”) is a Brazilian term used to designate inhabitants of rural areas of Southeast Region of Brazil. The term caipira can also be applied to the different cultural manifestations of the caipiras, such as their music, dialects and accents.
The Caipira accent was strongly influenced by the old Ñe’engatú (Amazonian general language) spoken throughout Brazil until in the Late 19th Century. currently the Modern Ñe’engatú is Official language in São Gabriel da Cachoeira and widely spoken by many Brazilian indigenous, mestizos and some regions of Colombia and Venezuela.
The diminutive form derived from the caipira noun, caipirinha, is known as a cocktail worldwide.

the-seraphic-book-of-eloy:

Sr. Florentino plays Viola caipira for his wife Dona Firmina
Caipira Life, Buri, São Paulo. 1960

Caipira (from Old Tupi ka’apir, which means “bush cutter”) is a Brazilian term used to designate inhabitants of rural areas of Southeast Region of Brazil. The term caipira can also be applied to the different cultural manifestations of the caipiras, such as their music, dialects and accents.

The Caipira accent was strongly influenced by the old Ñe’engatú (Amazonian general language) spoken throughout Brazil until in the Late 19th Century. currently the Modern Ñe’engatú is Official language in São Gabriel da Cachoeira and widely spoken by many Brazilian indigenous, mestizos and some regions of Colombia and Venezuela.

The diminutive form derived from the caipira noun, caipirinha, is known as a cocktail worldwide.

“We can reject everything else: religion, ideology, all received
wisdom. But we cannot escape the necessity of love and compassion….
This, then, is my true religion, my simple faith. In this sense, there is no need for temple or church, for mosque or synagogue, no need for complicated philosophy, doctrine or dogma. Our own heart, our own mind, is the temple. The doctrine is compassion. Love for others and respect for their rights and dignity, no matter who or what they are: ultimately these are all we need. So long as we practice these in our daily lives, then no matter if we are learned or unlearned, whether we believe in Buddha or God, or follow some other religion or none at all, as long as we have compassion for others and conduct ourselves with restraint out of a sense of responsibility, there is no doubt we will be happy.”

—   Dalai Lama XIV (via pleiadian-starseed)
wpwgcartoons:

Clay Bennett Cartoon from 2014-08-20

wpwgcartoons:

Clay Bennett Cartoon from 2014-08-20

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alxbngala:

Duality[x]

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opticallyaroused:

“You find peace not by rearranging the circumstances of your life, but by realizing who you are at the deepest level.” 
 ― Eckhart Tolle

opticallyaroused:

“You find peace not by rearranging the circumstances of your life, but by realizing who you are at the deepest level.” 

― Eckhart Tolle

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“It took many years of vomiting up all the filth I’d been taught about myself, and half-believed, before I was able to walk on this earth as though I had a right to be here.”

—   James Baldwin (via cosmofilius)

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