Stuck Like a Pincushion

popculturebrain:

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Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.
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Philippians 4:6-7 (via kangalex)
The wind got pretty emotional today but still a beautiful warm day in #Boston - perfect for a coffee date with @paulinaemcee at the #esplanade especially with that #reflection ๐ŸŒ€๐ŸŒŠ๐ŸŒ™ #iphonography #igdaily #ttot #travel #igBoston  (at The Esplanade)

The wind got pretty emotional today but still a beautiful warm day in #Boston - perfect for a coffee date with @paulinaemcee at the #esplanade especially with that #reflection ๐ŸŒ€๐ŸŒŠ๐ŸŒ™ #iphonography #igdaily #ttot #travel #igBoston (at The Esplanade)

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chappaai-trekker:

Hu Man.I Have.To PoopGet Up!

chappaai-trekker:

Hu Man.
I Have.
To Poop
Get Up!

To be a #traveler is to have the right mindset. To seek out beauty and travel within our own #city ๐ŸŒ†#Boston #Nomad #ttot #iphonography #igdaily

To be a #traveler is to have the right mindset. To seek out beauty and travel within our own #city ๐ŸŒ†#Boston #Nomad #ttot #iphonography #igdaily

With language we can ask, as can no other living beings, those questions about who we are and why we are here. And this highly developed intellect means, surely, that we have a responsibility toward the other life-forms of our planet whose continued existence is threatened by the thoughtless behavior of our own human species โ€” quite regardless of whether or not we believe in God. Indeed, those who acknowledge no God, but are convinced that we are in this world as an evolutionary accident, may be more active in environmental responsibility โ€” for if there is no God, then, obviously, it is entirely up to us to put things right.
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Pioneering primatologist Jane Goodall, who turns 80 today, on science, religion, and our human responsibility (via explore-blog)

Beautiful

laughterkey:

drawing-bored:

okay, okay, iโ€™m intrigued. but if she turns out to be a jean grey mark 1 (unable to control and driven mad by her god-like powers because, you know, sheโ€™s a dame) or a jean grey mark 2 (corrupted by her powers because, you know, ultimate power corrupts completely and somehow turns a sweet girl from annandale-on-hudson into a genocidal maniac) and has to be put down by the government or, worse, must sacrifice herself the โ€œsave the worldโ€, iโ€™m gonna be 100 percent pissed.

Clearly the endgame here is that she evolves fully, has to hide herself, and finds a way to save herself digitally. Itโ€™s a prequel to Her.

Aw snap

The Internet has offered us many facile ways of expressing approval (like, favorite, share) but few ways of being kind. It might be that the greatest act of kindness on the Internet is to be quiet. Not to be forever silent, but at least listen and learn before expressing outrage or anger, and to realize that kindness will not always take the form of approval.
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A beautiful meditation on kindness by Casey N. Cep.

As Iโ€™ve written before, itโ€™s more important to understand than to be right โ€“ and we often forget that, online and off.

Pair with Albert Einstein on kindness and a lesson in handling trolls from Benjamin Franklin.ย 

(via explore-blog)

popculturebrain:

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Brilliant