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Sep 18

Badlands, you gotta live it everyday, 
Let the broken hearts stand 
As the price you’ve gotta pay, 
We’ll keep pushin’ till it’s understood, 
and these badlands start treating us good.

Badlands, you gotta live it everyday,
Let the broken hearts stand
As the price you’ve gotta pay,
We’ll keep pushin’ till it’s understood,
and these badlands start treating us good.

Sep 17

panatmansam:

Cala Cap Roig

panatmansam:

Cala Cap Roig

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“Close your mouth, block off your senses, blunt your sharpness, untie your knots, soften your glare, settle your dust.” — Lao Tzu (via thecalminside)

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suziworld:

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suziworld:

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Sep 16

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aberrantbeauty:

rita vita finzi

aberrantbeauty:

rita vita finzi

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ackb:

workingamerica:

AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka spoke in Missouri today about the unfolding events in #Ferguson.
Full speech here—it’s a must read: http://bit.ly/1qX7cKq http://ift.tt/1y7Qizg

The test of our movement’s commitment to our legacy is not whether we post Dr. King’s picture in our union halls, it is do we take up his fight when the going gets tough, when the fight gets real against the evils that still exist today.
When a new immigrant gets mistreated by management because they don’t speak the language, that is our fight. 
When an African American worker doesn’t get a promotion or fair pay because of the color of his or her skin, that is our fight. When women are paid less than men for the same work, that is a fight for every single one of us. 
We cannot afford to have “my issues” and “your issue,” we must ALL stand together and mobilize around our issues.
You see, we have a choice: We can either live our history or we can change it.

ackb:

workingamerica:

AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka spoke in Missouri today about the unfolding events in #Ferguson.

Full speech here—it’s a must read: http://bit.ly/1qX7cKq http://ift.tt/1y7Qizg

The test of our movement’s commitment to our legacy is not whether we post Dr. King’s picture in our union halls, it is do we take up his fight when the going gets tough, when the fight gets real against the evils that still exist today.

When a new immigrant gets mistreated by management because they don’t speak the language, that is our fight. 

When an African American worker doesn’t get a promotion or fair pay because of the color of his or her skin, that is our fight. When women are paid less than men for the same work, that is a fight for every single one of us. 

We cannot afford to have “my issues” and “your issue,” we must ALL stand together and mobilize around our issues.

You see, we have a choice: We can either live our history or we can change it.

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haha!
Urban Dictionary entry :)

haha!

Urban Dictionary entry :)

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“Always be on the lookout for the presence of wonder.” — E.B. White (via hirundinem)

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