Crystal Pharaoh Badu
phreemessen:

Direct your heart upon the Light and know it.

phreemessen:

Direct your heart upon the Light and know it.


Alexandra Feodorovna, 1916.

Alexandra Feodorovna, 1916.

zazzle-poetry:

lesbian witchcraft in progress

itscolossal:

Chicago Fog / Michael Salisbury

magicalnaturetour:

Deeper into Milford Sound (by Stuck in Customs)

magicalnaturetour:

Deeper into Milford Sound (by Stuck in Customs)

a-state-of-bliss:

New York Times Magazine Fall 2014 ‘Go Slow Lara’ - Mark Miller & Lara Stone by Bruce Weber, styling Joe McKenna

a-state-of-bliss:

New York Times Magazine Fall 2014 ‘Go Slow Lara’ - Mark Miller & Lara Stone by Bruce Weber, styling Joe McKenna

orthodoxfellowship:

“The Most Holy Mother of God prays for us ceaselessly. She is always visiting us. Whenever we turn to her in our heart, she is there. After the Lord, she is the greatest protection for mankind. How many churches there are in the world that are dedicated to the Most Holy Mother of God! How many healing springs where people are cured of their ailments have sprung up in places where the Most Holy Theotokos appeared and blessed those springs to heal both the sick and the healthy! She is constantly, by our side, and all too often we forget her.”
+ Elder Thaddeus of Vitovnica

orthodoxfellowship:

“The Most Holy Mother of God prays for us ceaselessly. She is always visiting us. Whenever we turn to her in our heart, she is there. After the Lord, she is the greatest protection for mankind. How many churches there are in the world that are dedicated to the Most Holy Mother of God! How many healing springs where people are cured of their ailments have sprung up in places where the Most Holy Theotokos appeared and blessed those springs to heal both the sick and the healthy! She is constantly, by our side, and all too often we forget her.”

+ Elder Thaddeus of Vitovnica

liftedandgiftedd:

this is fucking gold

liftedandgiftedd:

this is fucking gold

How beautiful the world was when one looked at it without searching, just looked, simply and innocently.
Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha (via purplebuddhaproject)