Ruth Halbert: looking, thinking, making
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  • lawrenceleemagnuson:

    Kawase Hasui (1883-1957)
    Rainy season at Ryoshimachi, Shinagawa (1931)
    from the series Tokaido fukei senshu - Selected Tokaido landscapes

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  • "Love is an act of endless forgiveness, a tender look which becomes a habit."
    Peter Ustinov (via beherenowandzen)

    (via unconditionedconsciousness)

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  • Lenore Tawney

    Union of Water ; and Fire


    Woven sculpture

    (Source:, via berndwuersching)

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  • "Right now you can allow yourself to experience a very simple sense of not knowing - not knowing what or who you are, not knowing what this moment is, not knowing anything. If you give yourself this gift of not knowing and you follow it, a vast spaciousness and mysterious openness dawns within you. Relaxing into not knowing is almost like surrendering into a big, comfortable chair; you just fall into a field of possibility."
    Adyashanti - Falling into Grace (via iam-youis)

    (via aunatural)

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  • "Let mystery have its place in you; do not be always turning up your whole soil with the plowshare of self–examination, but leave a little fallow corner in your heart ready for any seed the winds may bring, and reserve a nook of shadow for the passing bird; keep a place in your heart for the unexpected guests, an altar for the unknown God. Then if a bird sings among your branches, do not be too eager to tame it. If you are conscious of something new – thought or feeling, wakening in the depths of your being – do not be in a hurry to let in light upon it, to look at it; let the springing germ have the protection of being forgotten, hedge it round with quiet, and do not break in upon its darkness; let it take shape and grow, and not a word of your happiness to any one! Sacred work of nature as it is, all conception should be enwrapped by the triple veil of modesty, silence and night."
    Henri–Frédéric Amiel (via itsquoted)

    (via unconditionedconsciousness)

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  • "A soul connection is a resonance between two people who respond to the essential beauty of each other’s individual natures, behind their facades, and who connect on this deeper level. This kind of mutual recognition provides the catalyst for a potent alchemy. It is a sacred alliance whose purpose is to help both partners discover and realize their deepest potentials. While a heart connection lets us appreciate those we love just as they are, a soul connection opens up a further dimension — seeing and loving them for who they could be, and for who we could become under their influence. This means recognizing that we both have an important part to play in helping each other become more fully who we are. A soul connection not only inspires us to expand, but also forces us to confront whatever stands in the way of that expansion."
    John Welwood  (via shaktilover)
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  • design-is-fine:

    Missoni, Man’s cardigan, 1974. Italy. © V&A.


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