Indeed, the message received from mass media is that knowledge makes love less...– bell hooks
It is difficult to say where precisely, or to say how large or small I am:...– Margaret Atwood, from “This Is a Photograph of Me” (via growing-orbits)
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catrinachaos: Food for thought as you conceptualize your next web product. Is WordPress good enough?
After a while you learn the subtle difference Between holding a hand and...– Jorge Luis Borges, “You Learn”, trans. Veronica A. Shoffstall (via bookoasis) I really like this and it’s also driving me up the wall because I could swear I’ve read another poem that has a lot of rhythmic/syntactic similarities to this one, but I can’t think of it (via quixotess)
brownroundboi: [qtpoc pin@y artist: urgent medical... →
brownroundboi: support K’s teeth. the funds will be used for dental surgery costs + related expenses. thank you for any support you can provide! Since 2007, K. Barrett has faced a chain of oral surgeries— impacted wisdom teeth that resulted in painful allodynia on the chin and jaw, decay into 3 root…
The sun never says to the earth “You owe me.” Look what happens...– Hafiz
When we choose to love we move against fear—against alienation and separation....– bell hooks ♥ (via versosdeliberacion)
Colorlines: Hidden in the Open: A Photographic... →
Under stress, we regress – we have access to fewer resources and become less...– Beyond Inclusion, Beyond Empowerment: A Developmental Strategy to Liberate Everyone, By Leticia Nieto with Margot F. Boyer, Liz Goodwin, Garth R. Johnson, and Laurel Collier Smith (via cubananarchist)
At the end of my life, with just one breath left, if you come, I’ll sit up and...– Rumi (via fuckyeahrumi)
A riot is the language of the unheard.– Martin Luther King, Jr. in an address given in Birmingham, Alabama on December 31, 1963 (via fuckyeahexistentialism)
I want a trouble-maker for a lover, Blood spiller, blood drinker, a heart of...– From Rumi’s Kolliyaat-e Shams-e Tabrizi Edited by Badiozzaman Forouzanfar (Tehran, Amir Kabir, 1988). (via fuckyeahexistentialism)
ancestryinprogress: let the revolution of movies about queer women of color begin! Mosquita y Mari is a coming of age story that focuses on a tender love between two young Chicanas that struggles to find its place in their lives and in today’s world. Yolanda and Mari are growing up in Huntington Park, Los Angeles and have only known loyalty to one thing: family. Growing up in immigrant...