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i-want-spankings:

fizoule77:

All hole playing

I wanna…..

i-want-spankings:

fizoule77:

All hole playing

I wanna…..

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theoregonscout:

The only way to wake up.

theoregonscout:

The only way to wake up.

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nirvananews:

nirvananews:

"The duty of youth is to challenge corruption." - Kurt Cobain.

Reblogging this old post for obvious reasons.

nirvananews:

nirvananews:

"The duty of youth is to challenge corruption." - Kurt Cobain.

Reblogging this old post for obvious reasons.

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theoregonscout:

The only way to wake up.

theoregonscout:

The only way to wake up.

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underthesymmetree:

Phi - The Golden Ratio presents itself everywhere in life, from basic geometry & crystal formations, to plants, planetary ratios and galactic formations. It is the most efficient ratio under near-perfect systems.
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underthesymmetree:

Phi - The Golden Ratio presents itself everywhere in life, from basic geometry & crystal formations, to plants, planetary ratios and galactic formations. It is the most efficient ratio under near-perfect systems.

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moonkick:

This is so precious.

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I Had the most profound experience of my life last night. Being able to speak to my lover without using words, and solely using our third eyes is beyond what words can even explain

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alexgreyvisionary:

Universal Mind Lattice, by Alex Grey, 1981, 84 x 46 in., acrylic on canvas,

alexgreyvisionary:

Universal Mind Lattice, by Alex Grey, 1981, 84 x 46 in., acrylic on canvas,

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archatlas:

Kailashnath Temple

What’s most amazing about the Kailashnath Temple is that it’s carved out of one single rock. Carvers started at the top and excavated downward, exhuming the temple out of the existing rock. The traditional methods were rigidly followed by the master architect, which could not have been achieved by excavating from the front.” [via]

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