短命天国
"I am like the quetzal bird, I am created in the one and only God;
I sing sweet songs among the flowers; I chant songs and rejoice in my heart.
The fuming dewdrops from the flowers in the fields intoxicate my soul.
I grieve to myself that ever this dwelling on earth should end."


fuckyourracism:

hadeiadel:

shirazi61:

how peaceful are Israeli settlers? ~here,

attacking a Palestinian woman and trying to remove her hijab.

 

لعنة الله على الظالمين.

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viyahshadinikah:

Design by Rana Noman

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geisha-kai:

Geiko Ayano of Gion Kobu by Dan Chui on Flickr

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"If the eyes of a female cry over a man that oppressed her, then the Angels will curse him with every step he walks."
★ Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib (via zaman-al-samt)
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never-meansf0rever:

The Wonder Years- Passing Through a Screen Door

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buckyy-barness:

In 1940, knowing that France was falling into the hands of the Germans, the workers of the Louvre took action. All 400,000 works were evacuated and sent to the south of France. In secret they transported the priceless paintings and statues, and held by wealthy families in Vichy,where they would remain for five years, only returning at the end of the war.The quick action of the workers without a doubt saved the masterpieces from becoming part of the over 5 million works that were looted by the Nazis during the war.

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accras:

lordbyron44:

Tyra Els by Elvis Harrigan on 500px

Ballerina girl you are so lovely…

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genericlatino:

Just a bit from this heartbreaking piece,

SAN JOSE LAS FLORES, Guatemala (AP) — Gilberto Ramos wanted to leave his chilly mountain village for the United States to earn money to treat his mother’s epilepsy.

His mother begged him not to go. “The better treatment would have been if he stayed,” Cipriana Juarez Diaz said in a tearful interview with The Associated Press on Tuesday. When he wouldn’t relent, she draped him with a white rosary for safe passage.

A month later, his decaying body was found in the Texas desert. Now, the boy has become a symbol for the perils faced by a record flood of unaccompanied children from Central America who are crossing illegally into the U.S.

Authorities said Monday that Gilberto was 11, which would have made him one of the youngest known children to die crossing the desert. But his parents said Tuesday that Gilberto was 15.

The parents explained that they had taken several years to register his birth because of the remoteness of their village in Guatemala’s northern mountains. When they did, they had forgotten Gilberto’s actual birth date, so they listed the same date as his younger brother.

The boy was shirtless, having likely suffered heat stroke, but still wearing the rosary.

"He was a good son," Juarez said. "May God give me the strength to endure."

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