all in all is all we are


magicsystem:

untitled by brittanybrightly on Flickr. bvddhist:

Organic ☼ // Spiritual ☯ // Hippie ☮
earthflowur:

- pineandantler:

a waterfall near a small sami fishing village in norway
ira block
choosehopefortheanimals:

plainjanefaye:

quelle-fuckin-suprise:

humanelongisland:

A picture is worth a thousand words.Thanks to Mercy for Animals for the inspiration.

I reblogged this just a second ago but I had to again because this photo is probably one of the most upsetting ones I’ve seen.
The thing is is that you see those pictures of the dogs enjoying the air and you’re happy and you think it’s cute because you know that they’re probably going somewhere awesome like the park or the beach (or maybe it’s the vet’s and that sucks but you know they’ll get lots of love and cuddles to make up for it).
But then you look at the pigs. And you think that that’s probably the only breeeze they’ve ever felt on their cute little snouts but they’re not going to the park or the beach or even the vet. They’re going to a slaughterhouse to have their gorgeous pink throats slit and drained while they squeal and cry and struggle because they’re dying, and all because you want ~~bacon~~ on your plate at dinner.
Fuck everyone, I can’t do this.
Go vegan.

 I sent this picture to my mom, she’s probably gonna be mad at me.
This is really powerful though.

Wow, this photo is so beautiful and so painful; it motivates me to work harder for the animals.
mfjr:

Lorna’s Garden, Ireland, 2012 
by Robert Ellis

I have never seen the big deal about being naked. Maybe because I was raised by 2 hippie artists who let me be naked and free when i wanted at home as a young child, but even now, I don’t feel uncomfortable seeing other people’s bodies or letting other people see my human body in it’s most natural form.

futurepositive:

Discover Chilean cacti nursery Desertico: http://thefuturepositive.comdesertico-cacti
Photo by Carlos Molina

singingrainorshine:

My dad recently told me, “There are many people who will put you down. Don’t be one of them.”

And that sticks with me every single day.

(via outfeel)



Half female, half male. Bilateral gynandromorphism is a rare genetic disorder occurring in insects, arachnids, crustaceans, and birds, where a strange combination of genetic material splits a creature perfectly in half, with one side male and one side female.
Anonymous: Where do you buy your bongs/pipes m'dear. c:

Well the first/the only pipe I have is one my friend gave me and it’s hella cute, unfortunately I don’t have a bong as of yet because of a lack of funds, but there are tons of shops in downtown vancouver!! (which is where I’ll be looking around once i’m employed and have the cash c: )



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