(by zara pfeifer)

M-o-n-t-a-n-a! The world is abundant.

Total lunar eclipse for the Americas on April 14th 15th 2014


Bing Wright (b.1958, USA) - Broken Mirror/Evening Sky (2012)

[more Bing Wright | artist found at mymodernmet]

(via jaceww)


Family dinners in 10 years
Another post because my brain is working on overdrive

I feel like I am on the brink. I am knee-deep in all of my classes, but in a good way. I’m starting to get it all. Environmental Ethics and Anthropology of Development in particular. GIS and Econ give me the technical knowledge to apply those. PRB gives me a little insight to how that relates to the bigger picture. Earthkeepers made me feel like I’m not the only one who is thinking these things and lets me talk about the big questions and little simplicities with like minded people. I’m on the brink of finding my passion and what I want to do with my life.

I’m also in the process of being reawakened emotionally after a year of numbness.

I’m also just coming out of a rut that my friendships were in.

I’m also on the brink of fulling accepting myself for who I am after a low dip of insecurity

I am on the brink and so many great things are happening now and will happen soon.

I am so scared there are only 3 weeks left. I want to get over the edge of this brink before it is over. WELL over the edge. I want to dive deep and not care that we only have 2 weeks left.

But then i am hurdeled into this summer. Working and living in my favorite place. Meeting new people and fostering my relationships with the old.

Then I get to fucking travel the world like literally circumnavigate the earth and study exactly what I am into and follow what i love and see new places and meet new people!

The next 7 months are going to get me that much closer to the person I want to become.

So i’m going to dive deep not worry about leaving. The clock is ticking so lets make the most of it.

Lets stay in touch.

I’m already excited to come back.

Women look at themselves through the eyes of men.
by Laura Mulvey, on the “male gaze” and asymmetry of power between men and women. (via friedarose)

Anonymous asked: How can I become a content person?


Get away from people who hurt you in any way. Eat well and drink lots of water. Read uplifting literature and listen to top thinkers speak, particularly spiritual ones. Forgive anyone who hurt you or wronged you in the past. Think more highly of yourself and those you love. Honour your body — accept its imperfections, embrace the changes it goes through, and don’t allow others to dishonour it. Take long baths. Drink lavender tea. Study a subject you love. Lie in the sun whenever it’s out. Do selfless acts for others. Find time each day to sit alone and just breathe.