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coffeentrees:

Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, Colorado Plateau, Arizona as seen in the 115 page Truth to Materials book. See it for yourself at your local Patagonia store or at http://ift.tt/ZNtNjG 
Photo: Alex Mackie by patagonia
Sep 26, 2014 / 297 notes

coffeentrees:

Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, Colorado Plateau, Arizona as seen in the 115 page Truth to Materials book. See it for yourself at your local Patagonia store or at http://ift.tt/ZNtNjG
Photo: Alex Mackie by patagonia

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so-personal:

everything personal
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so-personal:

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space-wallpapers:

Milkyway Over Utah
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space-wallpapers:

Milkyway Over Utah

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mstrkrftz:

  Milky Way Nightscape | Mike Berenson
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caseykaui:

I miss Bali. It taught me that being hospitable and looking out for people’s best interests does not mean you also have to be taken advantage of. That I can be picky with friendships and not feel inclined to hold onto old ones for the sake of holding on. That lack comes in many forms. Lack of shelter, money, and food.. But also of family, community, confidence, and grace. That when people are hurtful, they are often lacking love in their life and it is not my job to call out that lack or allow it to go untouched. Instead, to recognize that love is powerful. That embracing a human who has become accustomed to hardness can actually change things. And speaking a kind word to a friend or stranger is good for both the giver and recipient. everyone is in need of a little charity.
Sep 11, 2014 / 639 notes

caseykaui:

I miss Bali. It taught me that being hospitable and looking out for people’s best interests does not mean you also have to be taken advantage of. That I can be picky with friendships and not feel inclined to hold onto old ones for the sake of holding on. That lack comes in many forms. Lack of shelter, money, and food.. But also of family, community, confidence, and grace. That when people are hurtful, they are often lacking love in their life and it is not my job to call out that lack or allow it to go untouched. Instead, to recognize that love is powerful. That embracing a human who has become accustomed to hardness can actually change things. And speaking a kind word to a friend or stranger is good for both the giver and recipient. everyone is in need of a little charity.

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haleyfood:

A Yanomami Indian elder rests in his hammock at a village called Irotatheri in Venezuela’s Amazon region. The region is located 12 miles from the border with Brazil.
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haleyfood:

A Yanomami Indian elder rests in his hammock at a village called Irotatheri in Venezuela’s Amazon region. The region is located 12 miles from the border with Brazil.

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