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kidabstrakt:

Today’s LA mission ended like this yo

kidabstrakt:

Today’s LA mission ended like this yo

(via mboogs)

urbangem:

Listen!!!!!! #Message #LindaHoney

urbangem:

Listen!!!!!! #Message #LindaHoney

(via lovelaceave)

vaspour:

I like the smell of men

(via lovelaceave)

gabifresh:

thebootygoon:

cant keep ya eyes off my fatty daddy i want u 

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(na na) 

image

surfbourdt surfboardt 

omg

(Source: microsoftpussy)

aseaofquotes:

Neil Gaiman, Fragile Things

aseaofquotes:

Neil Gaiman, Fragile Things

sai-rah asked: Hi! I am Indian/Pakistani with a Hindu mother and a Muslim father. I am getting certified in yoga and wanted to know your thoughts about white people or non-South Asians practicing yoga. Is that culture appropriation?

divsurl:

nayyirahwaheed:

it is definitely a spiritual practice that is deeply connected and rooted in india. there are also recent discoveries that it’s origins are also connected to africa / ancient egypt. i do believe that it has been commodified and invaded by white people. let’s open this question up to the folks in the space. with questions of cultural appropriation i find it is a better and more educational convo when we can speak with each other :)))

Practicing Yoga as exercise/meditation technique, I wouldn’t call that cultural appropriation, as long as its strictly just that. But when some people go down the whole “Hare Raama Hare Krishna”, I greet everyone with Namaste, Oh the Indian culture is so beautiful, and colorful, and peaceful, let me throw a cotton t-shirt with “Om” symbols or Ganesha’s face stamped all over it, and a Rudrakhsha chain just because its so INDIAN and I am so into Yoga«< ALL OF THAT, is cultural appropriation. 

One day I will laugh and no loneliness will fall out.
– Te’ V. Smith Here We Are, Reflections Of A God Gone Mad (via tevsmith)

(via nayyirahwaheed)

You’re really good at not letting people love you.
– Unknown  (via terrible)

(Source: goodniteowl, via ontheprowlinsocal)

I want a to build a tiny house, buy land and buy a bunker.

For some reason I’ve been in this survivalist/economical/off the grid flow. Major sigh.

On the bright side I now have something to work towards.

kidabstrakt:

Today’s LA mission ended like this yo

kidabstrakt:

Today’s LA mission ended like this yo

(via mboogs)

urbangem:

Listen!!!!!! #Message #LindaHoney

urbangem:

Listen!!!!!! #Message #LindaHoney

(via lovelaceave)

vaspour:

I like the smell of men

(via lovelaceave)

(Source: bussykween, via thesoftghetto)

gabifresh:

thebootygoon:

cant keep ya eyes off my fatty daddy i want u 

image

(na na) 

image

surfbourdt surfboardt 

omg

(Source: microsoftpussy)

aseaofquotes:

Neil Gaiman, Fragile Things

aseaofquotes:

Neil Gaiman, Fragile Things

sai-rah asked: Hi! I am Indian/Pakistani with a Hindu mother and a Muslim father. I am getting certified in yoga and wanted to know your thoughts about white people or non-South Asians practicing yoga. Is that culture appropriation?

divsurl:

nayyirahwaheed:

it is definitely a spiritual practice that is deeply connected and rooted in india. there are also recent discoveries that it’s origins are also connected to africa / ancient egypt. i do believe that it has been commodified and invaded by white people. let’s open this question up to the folks in the space. with questions of cultural appropriation i find it is a better and more educational convo when we can speak with each other :)))

Practicing Yoga as exercise/meditation technique, I wouldn’t call that cultural appropriation, as long as its strictly just that. But when some people go down the whole “Hare Raama Hare Krishna”, I greet everyone with Namaste, Oh the Indian culture is so beautiful, and colorful, and peaceful, let me throw a cotton t-shirt with “Om” symbols or Ganesha’s face stamped all over it, and a Rudrakhsha chain just because its so INDIAN and I am so into Yoga«< ALL OF THAT, is cultural appropriation. 

One day I will laugh and no loneliness will fall out.
– Te’ V. Smith Here We Are, Reflections Of A God Gone Mad (via tevsmith)

(via nayyirahwaheed)

bliss.

bliss.

(Source: maresiaas, via tinyhousedarling)

You’re really good at not letting people love you.
– Unknown  (via terrible)

(Source: goodniteowl, via ontheprowlinsocal)

I want a to build a tiny house, buy land and buy a bunker.

For some reason I’ve been in this survivalist/economical/off the grid flow. Major sigh.

On the bright side I now have something to work towards.

"One day I will laugh and no loneliness will fall out."
"You’re really good at not letting people love you."
I want a to build a tiny house, buy land and buy a bunker.

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twenty something. hoosier alumnus . searching for what was right in front of me the whole time.

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