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decolonizingmedia:

Honour The Treaties: Neil Young plans four benefit concerts
Respect to Neil Young for supporting the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation.

decolonizingmedia:

Honour The Treaties: Neil Young plans four benefit concerts

Respect to Neil Young for supporting the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation.

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Nelson Mandela and His family’s Rhodesian Ridgeback by Alf Kumalo (via Dog Art Today)

Nelson Mandela and His family’s Rhodesian Ridgeback by Alf Kumalo (via Dog Art Today)

danathur:

Ritual Tibetan character of a Deer.

danathur:

Ritual Tibetan character of a Deer.

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Tom Waits by Anton Corbijn

(The great singer is 64 today.)

Tom Waits by Anton Corbijn

(The great singer is 64 today.)

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Johnny and Rosanne Cash

from "A Long Way Home," by Rosanne Cash, in the Tennessee Music issue of the Oxford American

Johnny and Rosanne Cash

from "A Long Way Home," by Rosanne Cash, in the Tennessee Music issue of the Oxford American

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seattlemysterybooks:

ubu507:

(1954) It was coming clear now — just as something thundered over and ground me down into darkness…

1954 Dell paperback original
his 9th novel
Seattle Mystery Bookshop

seattlemysterybooks:

ubu507:

(1954) It was coming clear now — just as something thundered over and ground me down into darkness…


1954 Dell paperback original

his 9th novel

Seattle Mystery Bookshop

Steelhead, Grand Ronde River, Oregon

Emerald Water Anglers, Seattle

Steelhead, Grand Ronde River, Oregon

Emerald Water Anglers, Seattle

gacougnol:

Paul SchuitemaPlaying Gramophone 1929

gacougnol:

Paul Schuitema
Playing Gramophone
1929

Pigpen (Ron McKernan) of the Grateful Dead, Europe ‘72 tour, by Rosie McGee

Pigpen (Ron McKernan) of the Grateful Dead, Europe ‘72 tour, by Rosie McGee

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We will also, I believe, take a more serious look at our place in nature. Exalted we are indeed, risen to be the mind of the biosphere without a doubt, our spirits capable of awe and ever more breathtaking leaps of imagination. But we are still part of earth’s fauna and flora. We are bound to it by emotion, physiology, and not least, deep history. It is dangerous to think of this planet as a way station to a better world, or continue to convert it into a literal, human-engineered spaceship. Contrary to general opinion, demons and gods do not vie for our allegiance. We are self-made, independent, alone and fragile. Self-understanding is what counts for long-term survival, both for individuals and for the species.

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E. O. Wilson

http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/02/24/the-riddle-of-the-human-species/?hp