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Rosie. 20. University Student. Way too many interests. Expressing myself through this blog. Read the About the Blogger page for more information.

Jul 24

genderdemoness:

im referring to ppl who cloak their ideology in inaccessible + academic language for no actual reason as the nerdgeoisie from now on + i invite u all to join me

(via tsarbucks)


send me an age and ill tell you what i would have been blogging about when i was that old

(via fegeleh)


tvaryny:

“Kaifeng Chinese Jews & Torah Scroll circa 1910”

tvaryny:

“Kaifeng Chinese Jews & Torah Scroll circa 1910”

(via teabooksandchocolate)


saxifraga-x-urbium:

moranion:

discovereternity:

Forget me not

In Slovene, these are called ‘spominčice’, which would loosely translate into ‘little memories’. The different perception of the world through different languages is fascinating to me. 

And yet both refer to memory. Weird how they converge on that. What about tiny blue flowers says “something to do with remembering”?

(via lord-kitschener)


i fully support palestinians. if you don’t, unfollow me and stay the fuck away from this blog.

(via imnotwhiteimjewish)


mideast-nrthafrica-cntrlasia:

I stand in solidarity with the Christians, Shiites & all other innocents being targeted by ISIS terrorists in Iraq. Do you?

mideast-nrthafrica-cntrlasia:

I stand in solidarity with the Christians, Shiites & all other innocents being targeted by ISIS terrorists in Iraq. Do you?

(via frightened)



hckleinman:

wellbehavedwomen-dontmakehistory:

sick-ender:

#antifa #Palestine

this is more like it

The only way forward, imo.

hckleinman:

wellbehavedwomen-dontmakehistory:

sick-ender:

#antifa #Palestine

this is more like it

The only way forward, imo.

(via agnella)


maghrabiyya:

cutemutant:

protect diaspora jews at all costs and send prayers to jews in germany and france and all of europe

and in morocco

(via lgbtadvocate)


“Respect your characters, even the ­minor ones. In art, as in life, everyone is the hero of their own particular story; it is worth thinking about what your minor characters’ stories are, even though they may intersect only slightly with your protagonist’s.” Sarah Waters (via writersrelief)

everythingcentralasia:

Malus sieversii or Malus turkmenorum is a wild apple native to the mountains of Central Asia in southern Kazakhstan, eastern Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Northern Afghanistan and Xinjiang. Malus sieversii is thought to be the progenitor of almost all varieties of domesticated apple in the world but is listed as an endangered species. It is used in breeding programmes to develop domestic apples that are more resistant to disease and drought. It’s very similar in appearance to the domestic apple but unlike domesticated varieties its leaves go red in autumn: 62.2% of the trees in the wild do this compared to only 2.8% of the 2,170 English cultivated varieties.

Almaty, the largest city in Kazakhstan derives its name from the Kazakh word for ‘apple’ (алма), and is often translated as “full of apples” (the region surrounding Almaty is home to forests of Malus sieversii); alma is also ‘apple’ in other Turkic languages, as well as in Hungarian. The Soviet-era name, Alma-Ata, is Kazakh for “Father of Apples.” (x) (x)

(via dreamingofcossackia)


kosherqueer:

I found some photos that 8-year-old me took of the Baha’i Gardens in Haifa (apparently 8-year-old me liked plants and the edges of balconies)

(via kosherqueer)


“The Palestinian Christians in Gaza today, they suffer as much as the Palestinian Muslims in Gaza. They are under bombardment. They have only eight hours of electricity of every 24 hours. They have a hard time getting fresh water,” he said. “The Palestinian Christians, they don’t live in an isolated area where oh, this is a Christian town. No, they live among the Muslims in Gaza and therefore as much as the Muslims are suffering, the Christians are suffering, not only in the Gaza strip but also in the West Bank.” Alex Awad (via oneleonessa)

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jaclcfrost:

my favorite part of writing

  • writing

my least favorite part of writing

  • writing 

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