meancutie:

Hamish Heath
lotusunfurled:

Praying to God by ~thepurist
"Was Carl Sagan a religious man? He was so much more. He left behind the petty, parochial, medieval world of the conventionally religious, left the theologians, priests and mullahs wallowing in their small-minded spiritual poverty. He left them behind, because he had so much more to be religious about. They have their Bronze-Age myths, medieval superstitions and childish wishful thinking. He had the universe."

travelfashionchange:

Mata Temple, Amritsar on Flickr.
ATTENTION HUMANITIES/SOCIAL SCIENCES/CRITICAL THEORY NERDS

jhameia:

annaham:

Duke University Press has around 1,600 of their academic titles available to read online FOR FREE on eDuke Books. You can search by title, author and/or subject! Here is their general list of subjects.

This is a fantastic option for students who need textbooks, research material(s), or individual chapters for various projects but who may not want to cart a ton of books around, need an iPad or browser-friendly format, don’t want to buy books for an intense markup only to get a few bucks back at the end of the semester—or, if you’re not a student but are interested in theory and such (hi). 

eDuke also adds new books sometimes, so keep checking back.

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antediluviancurrent:

Girl with a Bamboo Earring by Awol Erizku
“girl with the pearl earring”

moogor:

Tricky Turtle - Blockhead 

Everybody raise your hands up in the air

and wiggle

your fingers

without a care.