posted : Friday, March 22nd, 2013

reblogged from : انا قلبي مساكن شعبية

theuncolonizedmind:

“We do not throw these rocks with hate.We throw these rocks with love,Love for a murdered brother,Love for a sick grandmother without medicine,Love for a family we cannot visit,Love for a world we will never travel,
Love for a freedom we will never experience,Love for an ancient people.We throw these rocks with love for Palestine.”- Calligrapher: Everitte Barbee

theuncolonizedmind:

“We do not throw these rocks with hate.
We throw these rocks with love,
Love for a murdered brother,
Love for a sick grandmother without medicine,
Love for a family we cannot visit,
Love for a world we will never travel,

Love for a freedom we will never experience,
Love for an ancient people.
We throw these rocks with love for Palestine.”

- Calligrapher: Everitte Barbee

posted : Tuesday, November 27th, 2012

reblogged from : انا قلبي مساكن شعبية

theuncolonizedmind:

biladashamrock:

seberto:

Come out to this great fundraiser for Syria featuring Omar Offendum. There will be great food, prizes and much more…reserve your tickets in advanced by emailing rumwbrelief@gmail.com 

https://www.facebook.com/events/375064342503933/

Guysssssss if you’re in the Tri-State area come out to this! It goes straight to the Syrian Humanitarian Crisis and Omar Offendum is performingggggg! So come out and show your support at Rutgers New Brunswick. 

theuncolonizedmind:

biladashamrock:

seberto:

Come out to this great fundraiser for Syria featuring Omar Offendum. There will be great food, prizes and much more…reserve your tickets in advanced by emailing rumwbrelief@gmail.com 

https://www.facebook.com/events/375064342503933/

Guysssssss if you’re in the Tri-State area come out to this! It goes straight to the Syrian Humanitarian Crisis and Omar Offendum is performingggggg! So come out and show your support at Rutgers New Brunswick. 

posted : Saturday, March 24th, 2012

reblogged from : انا قلبي مساكن شعبية

vivaconalegria:

Cocooned Trees, Pakistan
Photograph by Russell Watkins
An unexpected side effect of the 2010 flooding in parts of Sindh, Pakistan, was that millions of spiders climbed up into the trees to escape the rising floodwaters; because of the scale of the flooding and the fact that the water took so long to recede, many trees became cocooned in spiderwebs. People in the area had never seen this phenomenon before, but they also reported that there were fewer mosquitoes than they would have expected, given the amount of standing water that was left. Not being bitten by mosquitoes was one small blessing for people that had lost everything in the floods.

vivaconalegria:

Cocooned Trees, Pakistan

Photograph by Russell Watkins

An unexpected side effect of the 2010 flooding in parts of Sindh, Pakistan, was that millions of spiders climbed up into the trees to escape the rising floodwaters; because of the scale of the flooding and the fact that the water took so long to recede, many trees became cocooned in spiderwebs. People in the area had never seen this phenomenon before, but they also reported that there were fewer mosquitoes than they would have expected, given the amount of standing water that was left. Not being bitten by mosquitoes was one small blessing for people that had lost everything in the floods.

posted : Thursday, January 19th, 2012

reblogged from : Heart❤Ramblings

Einstein wishes everyone a happy new year:

Big smile for you all

"A human being is part of the whole called by us universe, a part limited in time and space. We experience ourselves, our thoughts and feelings as something separate from the rest. A kind of optical delusion of consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from the prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty. The true value of a human being is determined by the measure and the sense in which they have obtained liberation from the self. We shall require a substantially new manner of thinking if humanity is to survive."

Be kind and love as much as you can, we are a part of the whole. Happy New Year everyone! A big smile for you all :)

posted : Saturday, December 31st, 2011

Iceland by 18%_silver on Flickr.ICELAND: Icelandic horses at dusk.

Iceland by 18%_silver on Flickr.

ICELAND: Icelandic horses at dusk.

posted : Monday, December 26th, 2011

Iceland by 18%_silver on Flickr.ICELAND: Turf houses at Laufas near Akureyri. The Icelandic turf house was the product of a difficult climate, offering superior insulation compared to buildings solely made of wood or stone.

Iceland by 18%_silver on Flickr.

ICELAND: Turf houses at Laufas near Akureyri. The Icelandic turf house was the product of a difficult climate, offering superior insulation compared to buildings solely made of wood or stone.

posted : Monday, December 26th, 2011

Surrey Countryside by Victor O’ on Flickr.SURREY, ENGLAND: The Hurtwood Forest

Surrey Countryside by Victor O’ on Flickr.

SURREY, ENGLAND: The Hurtwood Forest

posted : Monday, December 26th, 2011

Inuit Wolf Dance by glenbowmuseum on Flickr.ALASKA: Group of Inuit dancers in ceremonial costume for the ‘wolf dance’ of the Kaviagamutes, Alaska.

Inuit Wolf Dance by glenbowmuseum on Flickr.

ALASKA: Group of Inuit dancers in ceremonial costume for the ‘wolf dance’ of the Kaviagamutes, Alaska.

posted : Monday, December 26th, 2011

Inuit woman, Nowadluk, in fur parka by glenbowmuseum on Flickr.ARCTIC REGIONS:
The Inuit (formerly called Eskimo) are a group of culturally similar indigenous people living throughout most of the Canadian Arctic and subarctic. The Inuit speak chiefly one of the traditional Inuit languages and have traditionally been fishers and hunters.

Inuit woman, Nowadluk, in fur parka by glenbowmuseum on Flickr.

ARCTIC REGIONS:
The Inuit (formerly called Eskimo) are a group of culturally similar indigenous people living throughout most of the Canadian Arctic and subarctic. The Inuit speak chiefly one of the traditional Inuit languages and have traditionally been fishers and hunters.

posted : Monday, December 26th, 2011

Yukon: Lake Tagish by GingerP43 on Flickr.Yukon, CANADA: 
Named after the Yukon river, Yukon’s tourism motto is “Larger than life”. The Yukon’s major appeal is its nearly pristine nature. Before modern forms of transportation, the rivers and mountain passes were the main transportation routes for people.

Yukon: Lake Tagish by GingerP43 on Flickr.

Yukon, CANADA:
Named after the Yukon river, Yukon’s tourism motto is “Larger than life”. The Yukon’s major appeal is its nearly pristine nature. Before modern forms of transportation, the rivers and mountain passes were the main transportation routes for people.

posted : Monday, December 26th, 2011

Nepal 2473 by Departure Lounge on Flickr.Kanchanpur, Nepal

Nepal 2473 by Departure Lounge on Flickr.

Kanchanpur, Nepal

posted : Monday, December 26th, 2011

posted : Friday, December 16th, 2011

universalidentity:

UNESCO has added the Human Towers of Catalonia to their list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity list. The above video is of the human towers that form during festivals in northern Spain. It is beautiful, inspirational, and motivating. It’s amazing what humans can do when together. Watch this, I promise you it won’t let you down.

posted : Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

reblogged from : UNIVERSAL IDENTITY

manypetaledlotus:

What a wonderful world

posted : Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

reblogged from : THE WOUNDED WELKIN