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quotesfield:

"To achieve great things, two things are needed: A plan, and not quite enough time." -Leonard Bernstein

quotesfield:

"To achieve great things, two things are needed: A plan, and not quite enough time." -Leonard Bernstein

did-you-kno:

Due to what is called the “reminiscence bump,” older adults have a greater amount of memories between the ages of 10-30 because memory storage begins to increase during times of change in self, identity, and life goals.  Source

did-you-kno:

Due to what is called the “reminiscence bump,” older adults have a greater amount of memories between the ages of 10-30 because memory storage begins to increase during times of change in self, identity, and life goals. Source

Mental illness is like fighting a war where the enemy’s strategy is to convince you that the war isn’t actually happening.

meiana:

Opened the coffee fund. Now off to buy coffee~

Day 76 of #100HappyDays 

(Sorry Shey and Ririn, I can’t remember your IG usernames…)

meiana:

Opened the coffee fund. Now off to buy coffee~

Day 76 of #100HappyDays

(Sorry Shey and Ririn, I can’t remember your IG usernames…)

lomographicsociety:

Then and Now: ‘Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich’ by Sandro Miller

Veteran photographer Sandro Miller, seasoned actor John Malkovich and a perfectionist crew of make-up artists, stylists and set designers teamed up to pay homage to some of the world’s greatest master photographers for this series of recreated iconic photographs. http://bit.ly/1rEhVv8

humanoidhistory:

A reconstruction of Cambodia’s Angkor Wat at the Paris Colonial Exhibition (“Exposition coloniale internationale”). The 1931 exhibition large-scale, six-month fair in Paris, France, displaying elements of French colonies all over the world.

(Smithsonian)

Sometimes we expect more from others because we would be willing to do that much for them.

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