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pradafied:

The Big Easy, Vanessa Axente in Rick Owens F.W. 2014 photographed by Craig McDean for T Magazine September 2014

pradafied:

The Big Easy, Vanessa Axente in Rick Owens F.W. 2014 photographed by Craig McDean for T Magazine September 2014

fripperiesandfobs:

Evening dress worn by Empress Josephine ca. 1815

From the Metropolitan Museum of Art

(via hoop-skirts-and-corsets)

anitanh:

The Language of Flowers: An Alphabet of Floral Emblems (1857). Found in the Internet Archive by AnitaNH

(via thatlittlemorigirl)

The word ‘sin’ which, outside of the religious circle, has fallen out of favor in the modern world, is possibly related to a Saxon word that meant ‘to wander.’ Sin is an English translation of the Hebrew term ‘het’ which like both its Arabic and Greek counterparts — khati’ah in Arabic and hamartia in the New Testament — is originally an archery term that meant ‘to miss the mark.’ Sin was also used in archaic English as an archery term for a miss. The idea being that sin, in a metaphysical sense, originates in a sound attempt at achieving a good but ‘misses the mark’ by mistaking an apparent good for a real one. Repentance is, in essence, redressing the miss and re-aligning one’s spiritual sights for the next attempt.
Shaykh Ḥamza Yūsuf (via theconsciousmuslim)

(Source: theconsciousmuslim, via theconsciousmuslim)

artemisfowlstolemysoul:

Being a nice person is so fun

Waiter messes something up? You can see the relief on their faces when you don’t scream and swear at them about it

Extra tickets at an arcade/prize place? Watch a little kid’s face light up when you give them a bunch of tickets

There are too many assholes in this world. Be a nice person.

(via japan-overload)

poeticattribute:

This arbitrary look proves to be quite powerful. And can be used in many compositions. Ranging from the more elegant and mystique to the solemn and macabre.

(via hoop-skirts-and-corsets)

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pradafied:

The Big Easy, Vanessa Axente in Rick Owens F.W. 2014 photographed by Craig McDean for T Magazine September 2014

pradafied:

The Big Easy, Vanessa Axente in Rick Owens F.W. 2014 photographed by Craig McDean for T Magazine September 2014

fripperiesandfobs:

Evening dress worn by Empress Josephine ca. 1815

From the Metropolitan Museum of Art

(via hoop-skirts-and-corsets)

fashion-on-line:

Ruff’s history

(via chi-bit)

anitanh:

The Language of Flowers: An Alphabet of Floral Emblems (1857). Found in the Internet Archive by AnitaNH

(via thatlittlemorigirl)

The word ‘sin’ which, outside of the religious circle, has fallen out of favor in the modern world, is possibly related to a Saxon word that meant ‘to wander.’ Sin is an English translation of the Hebrew term ‘het’ which like both its Arabic and Greek counterparts — khati’ah in Arabic and hamartia in the New Testament — is originally an archery term that meant ‘to miss the mark.’ Sin was also used in archaic English as an archery term for a miss. The idea being that sin, in a metaphysical sense, originates in a sound attempt at achieving a good but ‘misses the mark’ by mistaking an apparent good for a real one. Repentance is, in essence, redressing the miss and re-aligning one’s spiritual sights for the next attempt.
Shaykh Ḥamza Yūsuf (via theconsciousmuslim)

(Source: theconsciousmuslim, via theconsciousmuslim)

artemisfowlstolemysoul:

Being a nice person is so fun

Waiter messes something up? You can see the relief on their faces when you don’t scream and swear at them about it

Extra tickets at an arcade/prize place? Watch a little kid’s face light up when you give them a bunch of tickets

There are too many assholes in this world. Be a nice person.

(via japan-overload)

poeticattribute:

This arbitrary look proves to be quite powerful. And can be used in many compositions. Ranging from the more elegant and mystique to the solemn and macabre.

(via hoop-skirts-and-corsets)

preludetoreality:

Edgy Business | He Spoke Style

(Source: jayjaybe, via chi-bit)

"The word ‘sin’ which, outside of the religious circle, has fallen out of favor in the modern world, is possibly related to a Saxon word that meant ‘to wander.’ Sin is an English translation of the Hebrew term ‘het’ which like both its Arabic and Greek counterparts — khati’ah in Arabic and hamartia in the New Testament — is originally an archery term that meant ‘to miss the mark.’ Sin was also used in archaic English as an archery term for a miss. The idea being that sin, in a metaphysical sense, originates in a sound attempt at achieving a good but ‘misses the mark’ by mistaking an apparent good for a real one. Repentance is, in essence, redressing the miss and re-aligning one’s spiritual sights for the next attempt."

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actually this site is my back up notes for my self
so it's stuck in my head
:)