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David Bowie - Soul Love
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Keiichi Suzuki, Hirokazu Tanaka, Akio Ohmori, Ritsuo Kamimura - Dr. Andonuts' Lab
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nintendocompositions:

EarthBound, Mother 2 | Dr. Andonuts’ Lab

onlyblackgirl:

For white people wanting to know what they can do to help.

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Kirby is the only person who hasn’t let me down
Best Buy employee as I was buying Kirby Triple Deluxe (via coughmanic)

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theres this 0 calorie kirkland tea my dad always byus and i lvoe it. it tastes so bad it has a weird aftertaste but  i love it. i love it 

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look at this thing im drawing

When you commit to doing something, you make a promise to yourself. And when you break that promise out of laziness, discouragement, or fear, you are only cheating yourself. You are not “getting away with something.” You are only getting away from your own potential. When you commit to making your dream come true, that is the promise you simply decide to never, ever break. It doesn’t matter how many times you get discouraged, or exhausted, or frustrated, you just remember that you have not given yourself the option to quit. That is what commitment is — when the idea of ever stopping your efforts simply doesn’t exist. You have infinite patience and resilience because there is no other option. You have the ability to bear the pain and frustration because you must find a way to beat it. It doesn’t mean it won’t feel hard to press on — it might feel impossible, and yet you still find a way to keep going. You simply always press on. At a certain point, all your effort and energy and power is only directed towards your dream, and you no longer have to waste any energy on trying to motivate yourself to keep going.
lilithsplace:

'Cala de Sant Vicenç. Mallorca' - Juaquin Mir Trinxet (1873–1940)

lilithsplace:

'Cala de Sant Vicenç. Mallorca' - Juaquin Mir Trinxet (1873–1940)

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gurafiku:

Japanese Poster: Image and Environment. Masao Shirasawa. 2012

gurafiku:

Japanese Poster: Image and Environment. Masao Shirasawa. 2012

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