First day at school, Gaza, Palestine.

this is the most important thing right now.

First day at school, Gaza, Palestine.

this is the most important thing right now.

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endlesstravelingmap:

The Bamboo Grove in Arashiyama, Kyoto

endlesstravelingmap:

The Bamboo Grove in Arashiyama, Kyoto

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noiseman:

Salome by Jean Benner, 1899.

noiseman:

Salome by Jean Benner, 1899.

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My body is a cage
We take what we’re given
Just because you’ve forgotten
That don’t mean you’re forgiven

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ronald-charles:

papalagiblog:

boneyardstudios.com

Who needs a big house? This is perfect

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Smarter materials, smarter places ⇢

materialsworld:

A touring version of the Netherlands’ famous Material Xperience show popped up in London’s ExCel centre at this week’s May Design Series.

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Highlights included:

Intelligent sun-shading glass from Nan Jing Rightray Technology Co Ltd – the material consisted of a polymer gel sandwiched…

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humansofhanoi:

"Theo mình thì bây giờ sinh viên 50% các bạn chọn trường đại học vì bố mẹ, họ không có định hướng về nghề. Đến như mình giờ học xong cũng không biết mình có yêu cái nghề mà mình theo học không, chỉ biết áp dụng ít nhiều những gì đã học vào thứ mình đam mê thôi!""In my opinion, everyone seems to pick the university on their parents’ will, mostly because they are directionless career-wise. Until now, after I just graduated, I’m still not sure if I truly love what I have studied. The only good all that knowledge brings is its relevance to some other hobbies of mine."

humansofhanoi:

"Theo mình thì bây giờ sinh viên 50% các bạn chọn trường đại học vì bố mẹ, họ không có định hướng về nghề. Đến như mình giờ học xong cũng không biết mình có yêu cái nghề mà mình theo học không, chỉ biết áp dụng ít nhiều những gì đã học vào thứ mình đam mê thôi!"

"In my opinion, everyone seems to pick the university on their parents’ will, mostly because they are directionless career-wise. Until now, after I just graduated, I’m still not sure if I truly love what I have studied. The only good all that knowledge brings is its relevance to some other hobbies of mine."

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