1. mythologyofblue:

Roy Pinney, Reading Braille, ca 1936 (1911 - 2010) +

fascinating, as is sign language for the deaf. always love images of hands…

    mythologyofblue:

    Roy Pinney, Reading Braille, ca 1936 (1911 - 2010) +

    fascinating, as is sign language for the deaf. always love images of hands…

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  2. Meditate.
    Live purely. Be quiet.
    Do your work with mastery.
    Like the moon, come out
    from behind the clouds!
    Shine.
    – Buddha (via creatingaquietmind)

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  3. vagabondbrothers:

William Fisk - Revere 16 Magazine | Oil on Canvas

    vagabondbrothers:

    William Fisk - Revere 16 Magazine | Oil on Canvas

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  4. compassum:

1924us:

 

    compassum:

    1924us:

     

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  5. parabola-magazine:

HANDS Inside a cave in a narrow canyon near Tassajara  The vault of rock is painted with hands,  A multitude of hands in the twilight, a cloud of men’s palms, no more,  No other picture. There’s no one to say  Whether the brown shy quiet people who are dead intended  Religion or magic, or made their tracings  In the idleness of art; but over the division of years these careful  Signs-manual are now like a sealed message  Saying: ‘Look: we also were human; we had hands, not paws. All hail  You people with the cleverer hands, our supplanters  In the beautiful country; enjoy her a season, her beauty, and come down  And be supplanted; for you also are human.’ –Robinson Jeffers from “Selected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers,” in Volume 6, No. 1, “Earth & Spirit,” 1981
Photograph: Cueva de las Manos

    parabola-magazine:

    HANDS

    Inside a cave in a narrow canyon near Tassajara
    The vault of rock is painted with hands,
    A multitude of hands in the twilight, a cloud of men’s
    palms, no more,
    No other picture. There’s no one to say
    Whether the brown shy quiet people who are dead intended
    Religion or magic, or made their tracings
    In the idleness of art; but over the division of years these
    careful
    Signs-manual are now like a sealed message
    Saying: ‘Look: we also were human; we had hands,
    not paws. All hail
    You people with the cleverer hands, our supplanters
    In the beautiful country; enjoy her a season,
    her beauty, and come down
    And be supplanted; for you also are human.’

    –Robinson Jeffers from “Selected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers,” in Volume 6, No. 1, “Earth & Spirit,” 1981

    Photograph: Cueva de las Manos

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  6. frederickwoodruff:

    Beth Orton | Mystery

    Come and sing a song
    Something that belongs here
    Come and calm your soul
    Mystery is born here

    Alive, alive, alive, alive
    Alive, alive, alive, alive-o
    Alive-o

    Come and rest your bones
    You look awful tired
    Fall soft upon the thought
    Mystery is born

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  7. compassum:

nonconcept:

Corte San Pietro, Matera, Italy by Daniela Amoroso.

    compassum:

    nonconcept:

    Corte San Pietro, Matera, Italy by Daniela Amoroso.

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  8. determinate:

vertical/personal/everything ♥

    determinate:

    vertical/personal/everything ♥

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