Such a mistake to want
clarity above all things.

Louise Glück, Moonless Night (Meadowlands)


Russian troops break and run during the offensive in Galicia in the northeastern region of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in July 1917.

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A surprising number of people retain from childhood the idea that there is a fixed amount of wealth in the world. There is, in any normal family, a fixed amount of money at any moment. But that’s not the same thing. When wealth is talked about in this context, it is often described as a pie. “You can’t make the pie larger,” say politicians…

What leads people astray here is the abstraction of money. Money is not wealth. It’s just something we use to move wealth around. So although there may be, in certain specific moments (like your family, this month) a fixed amount of money available to trade with other people for things you want, there is not a fixed amount of wealth in the world. You can make more wealth. Wealth has been getting created and destroyed (but on balance, created) for all of human history.


mariacarla boscono photographed by mert and marcus for w magazine, march 2012

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How do we forgive ourselves for all of the things we did not become?

"14 Lines from Love Letters or Suicide Notes" by David ‘Doc’ Luben (via wine-loving-vagabond)

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We love these promo posters for the latest trailer for David Fincher’s Gone Girl.

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The conservative view of prostitution is to blame women and girls for their alleged choice to be in prostitution; the liberal view is to romanticize women’s ‘choice’ as self-determination and use it to normalize prostitution as ‘sex work.’ Both succumb to the belief that whatever happens to a woman in prostitution is normal because it’s her choice. Both these views have facilitated the expansion of sexual slavery in many parts of the globe and the extensive ways in which women themselves become ‘goods and services’ – as prostituted women, as trafficked instruments of exchange, as objects of sex tourism, and as indentured domestic workers who are often sexually exploited as well.

Janice Raymond, Not A Choice, Not A Job: Exposing the Myths About Prostitution and the Global Sex Trade (via staininyourbrain)

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Title: A Drop In The Ocean Artist: Ron Pope 369 plays


Music Challenge

Day 04 - A song that reminds you of something sad

A Drop In The Ocean // Ron Pope

Holding on to anything is like holding on to your breath. You will suffocate. The only way to get anything in the physical universe is by letting go of it. Let go and it will be yours forever.

Deepak Chopra (via hugthemountain)(via jnc-ink)

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Kirsten Dunst for Flaunt Magazine (August 2014)

  • Glamour UK: What do you get riled up about in a feminist context?
  • Gillian Anderson: A lot. I have feminist bones and when I hear things or see people react to women in certain ways I have very little tolerance.
  • Glamour UK: But don't you feel sorry for modern men? Not knowing whether they should help us with our bags and open doors for us or whether we'll see it as an affront?
  • Gillian Anderson: No. I don't feel sorry for men.

We all live in a house on fire, no fire department to call; no way out, just the upstairs window to look out of while the fire burns the house down with us trapped, locked in it.

Tennessee Williams, The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore (via journalofanobody)

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One bowl, endless delight.

Read more: One Bowl Chocolate Cake on Food52.

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I understand. That’s the trouble. I understand. I’ll understand all the time. All day and all night. Especially all night. I’ll understand. You don’t have to worry about that.