1. retr0philia:

ladyhightimes:


"Do you know what a mandala is?" 
"Um, those are those round Buddhist art things." 
“The Tibetan monks make them out of dyed sand laid out into big beautiful designs. And when they’re done, after days and weeks of work, they wipe it all away.” 
"Wow, that’s, that’s a lot." 
"Try to look at your experience here as a mandala, Chapman. Work hard to make something as meaningful and beautiful as you can. And when you’re done, pack it in and know it was all temporary. You have to remember that, it’s all temporary.” 

one of my fav scenes


Buddhism is so awesome.

    retr0philia:

    ladyhightimes:

    "Do you know what a mandala is?" 

    "Um, those are those round Buddhist art things."

    The Tibetan monks make them out of dyed sand laid out into big beautiful designs. And when they’re done, after days and weeks of work, they wipe it all away.”

    "Wow, that’s, that’s a lot."

    "Try to look at your experience here as a mandala, Chapman. Work hard to make something as meaningful and beautiful as you can. And when you’re done, pack it in and know it was all temporary. You have to remember that, it’s all temporary.” 

    one of my fav scenes

    Buddhism is so awesome.

    Reblogged from: alrightrad
  2. 
Let’s give Emma Stone a warm willkommen to Broadway. The 25-year-old actress will make her Broadway debut — finally — in just under a month, stepping into the silky stockings of club singer Sally Bowles in the hit Broadway revival of Cabaret. Stone replaces Michelle Williams, who departs on Nov. 9, and will take over from Nov. 11 through Feb. 1, 2015. (x)
    Let’s give Emma Stone a warm willkommen to Broadway. The 25-year-old actress will make her Broadway debut — finally — in just under a month, stepping into the silky stockings of club singer Sally Bowles in the hit Broadway revival of Cabaret. Stone replaces Michelle Williams, who departs on Nov. 9, and will take over from Nov. 11 through Feb. 1, 2015. (x)
    Reblogged from: stereotypenerd
  3. lakilester:

No one get’s lynched for exfoliating is the greatest come back I’ve ever witnessed.

    lakilester:

    No one get’s lynched for exfoliating is the greatest come back I’ve ever witnessed.

    Reblogged from: warmachineiscooler
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  5. fuck-yeah-feminist:

    revtomdildomolar:

    "Women are more likely to be attracted to personality and men are more likely to be attracted to physical appearance"

    woah maybe that’s because we teach women to see men as people and we teach men to see women as objects

    Boom.

    Reblogged from: jerbearsblog
  6. jakeroo:

    lilgideonsbighouse:

    i accidentally pokemon au’d and now i cant get out

    THE UNOWN SPELL BEWARB

    Reblogged from: jerbearsblog
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  8. sourcedumal:

cognitivedissonance:

sailtowardthehorizon:

misunderst00ds0ul:

sailtowardthehorizon:

misunderst00ds0ul:

ohhmelancholy:

misunderst00ds0ul:

joybeeeez:

guys never realize that. 

Why play games though? Just come out and say no, don’t seem to hard.

cause the word “no” is not in ya’ll vocabulary.

Who is this ya’ll you speak of?

Honestly flat out saying no can be really scary. A lot of guys will be cool and leave you alone, but there are enough that won’t that I don’t always feel comfortable saying no. You don’t always know how a guy will react. I’ve had enough bad experiences that I always have an excuse or friend because I’m not willing to take that chance. Sometimes “playing games” is keeping myself safe.

That’s absolutely terrible, I know from personal experience I like women to be straight up with me. At the same time I know guys who are so childish and petty.

Childish guys are the easier ones. I’d rather deal with a childish guy that talks shit than a guy that gets violent. Either sucks but its the lesser of two evils

whenwomenrefuse
exists for a reason.


Dudes out here are legit KILLING AND MAIMING WOMEN FOR SAYING NO OUTRIGHT and you wondering why we have to ‘play these games?’
I have been verbally harassed and FOLLOWED FOR SIX CITY BLOCKS for not giving a man my number. I thank GOD I wasn’t killed that day.

    sourcedumal:

    cognitivedissonance:

    sailtowardthehorizon:

    misunderst00ds0ul:

    sailtowardthehorizon:

    misunderst00ds0ul:

    ohhmelancholy:

    misunderst00ds0ul:

    joybeeeez:

    guys never realize that. 

    Why play games though? Just come out and say no, don’t seem to hard.

    cause the word “no” is not in ya’ll vocabulary.

    Who is this ya’ll you speak of?

    Honestly flat out saying no can be really scary. A lot of guys will be cool and leave you alone, but there are enough that won’t that I don’t always feel comfortable saying no. You don’t always know how a guy will react. I’ve had enough bad experiences that I always have an excuse or friend because I’m not willing to take that chance. Sometimes “playing games” is keeping myself safe.

    That’s absolutely terrible, I know from personal experience I like women to be straight up with me. At the same time I know guys who are so childish and petty.

    Childish guys are the easier ones. I’d rather deal with a childish guy that talks shit than a guy that gets violent. Either sucks but its the lesser of two evils

    whenwomenrefuse
    exists for a reason.

    Dudes out here are legit KILLING AND MAIMING WOMEN FOR SAYING NO OUTRIGHT and you wondering why we have to ‘play these games?’

    I have been verbally harassed and FOLLOWED FOR SIX CITY BLOCKS for not giving a man my number. I thank GOD I wasn’t killed that day.

    Reblogged from: jerbearsblog
  9. peircethebvbjackie:

    •BISEXUALITY IS NOT A PHASE

    •FEMINISM IS NOT ABOUT BEING BETTER THAN MEN

    •RAPE IS NOT ENJOYABLE

    •SEXUALITY IS NOT A CHOICE

    •ANXIETY IS NOT “CUTE”

    •EATING DISORDERS ARE NOT A BODY TYPE

    Reblogged from: jerbearsblog
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