1. garywonghc:

I have no desire for wealth or possessions, and so I have nothing. I do not experience the initial…
I have no desire for wealth or possessions, and so I have nothing. I do not experience the initial suffering of having to accumulate possessions, the intermediate suffering of having to guard and keep up possessions, nor the final suffering of loosing the possessions. — Milarepa

    garywonghc:

    I have no desire for wealth or possessions, and so I have nothing. I do not experience the initial…

    I have no desire for wealth or possessions, and so I have nothing. I do not experience the initial suffering of having to accumulate possessions, the intermediate suffering of having to guard and keep up possessions, nor the final suffering of loosing the possessions. — Milarepa

    Reblogged from: garywonghc
  2. The Armstrong Farmhouse, Park City Utah.

    The Armstrong Farmhouse, Park City Utah.

  3. Rebecca Solnit, What to Do When You're Running Out of Time | TomDispatch

    A great piece describing how mass movements have changed the world, and the political forces we are facing in regards to climate change.

  4. Home for the Harvest.

    Home for the Harvest.

  5. cabinporn:

    House of 14 Facades by M-Architecture in Ragnies, Belgium.

    Photography by bepictures.

    Some day.

    Reblogged from: cabinporn
  6. artchipel:

    Bruno Barbey (b.1941, Morocco/France)

    "Most of the time I take photographs to document for posterity, traditions and cultures rapidly vanishing as a result of changing consumer attitudes." Born in Morocco, Bruno Barbey studied photography and graphic arts at the Ecole des Arts et Métiers in Vevey, Switzerland. Over four decades, Bruno Barbey has journeyed across five continents and numerous world conflicts, though he does not consider himself a war photographer, he nevertheless covered the civil war in Nigeria, Vietnam, the Middle East, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Ireland, Iraq and Kuwait. His work has appeared in most major magazines in the world. A prolific author who often exposes and expresses himself in book form, Barbey is especially known for his free and harmonious use of color and has frequently worked in Morocco, the country of his childhood. He has been exhibited internationally and his photographs are in the collection of numerous museums.

    © All images courtesy the artist; src. Magnum Photos

    [more Bruno Barbey]

    Reblogged from: ycphotographs
  7. I ain’t working for your father, but I might as well be. I ain’t looking for confusion but it tends to follow me. You can come in to my house she said, if you do it quietly. But I said, there ain’t no chance in that.
    Dispatch Cover This

    Poetry in music!
  8. bokanev:

Summer is almost over

37 degrees here this morning.

    bokanev:

    Summer is almost over

    37 degrees here this morning.

    Reblogged from: bokanev
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