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themagicfarawayttree:

red moon

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The whale, in many cultures, is seen as a symbol of good luck, speed, strength, freedom and joy within. Whales are considered sacred in Russian, Slavic, Arabian, and Chinese mythology. In Native American Cultures, the Tlingit, Nootka, and Haida tribes, the whale is seen as a symbol of both strength and speed. The Maori of New Zealand, the whale is the most important animal in their life. It is not only a symbol of speed and strength, but also, success, confidence, sensitivity, protection, good luck and the bond between animals and humans. Whales are and always have been an important religious symbol. In fact, in Tibet, many Buddha statues also feature a whale. Whales are incredibly graceful, powerful, beautiful, and mystifying creatures. Long live the whales, let’s keep our oceans clean!

The whale, in many cultures, is seen as a symbol of good luck, speed, strength, freedom and joy within. Whales are considered sacred in Russian, Slavic, Arabian, and Chinese mythology. In Native American Cultures, the Tlingit, Nootka, and Haida tribes, the whale is seen as a symbol of both strength and speed. The Maori of New Zealand, the whale is the most important animal in their life. It is not only a symbol of speed and strength, but also, success, confidence, sensitivity, protection, good luck and the bond between animals and humans. Whales are and always have been an important religious symbol. In fact, in Tibet, many Buddha statues also feature a whale. Whales are incredibly graceful, powerful, beautiful, and mystifying creatures. Long live the whales, let’s keep our oceans clean!

Bibliophily: Date A Girl Who Reads:

“Date a girl who reads. Date a girl who spends her money on books instead of clothes. She has problems with closet space because she has too many books. Date a girl who has a list of books she wants to read, who has had a library card since she was twelve.

Find a girl who reads. You’ll know…

true.

true.

(Source: thatkindofwoman, via manda)

bookmania:

Lovely stack at Venice, Italy (Photo by Evelien Deconinck)

bookmania:

Lovely stack at Venice, Italy (Photo by Evelien Deconinck)

jtotheizzoe:

Ellipsonnet
From Geo-Metric Verse by Gerald L. Kaufman, 1948.
(via Scientific American)

jtotheizzoe:

Ellipsonnet

From Geo-Metric Verse by Gerald L. Kaufman, 1948.

(via Scientific American)

themethlab:

“It has been said that something as small as the flutter of a butterfly’s wing can ultimately cause a typhoon half-way around the world.” 

themethlab:

“It has been said that something as small as the flutter of a butterfly’s wing can ultimately cause a typhoon half-way around the world.” 

(Source: melodyx0)

love this.

love this.

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