hplyrikz:

Clear your mind here

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designboom:

wilkinson eyre envisions maggie’s centre as an elevated treehouse
photo by ben bisek / image © wilkinson eyre architects

read about the design of the 18th healthcare facility here.

elige:

shardwick:

It can wait.

LMFAO

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"yes. run away. but run away home. run away to yourself."

— nayyirah waheed (via nayyirahwaheed)

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Posted 1 week ago

returnofaqueen:

praying that you learn of love again.. #nayyirahwaheed

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"‘as you are.’ says the universe.
‘after…’ you answer.
‘as you are.’ says the universe.
‘before…’ you answer.
‘as you are.’ says the universe.
‘when…’ you answer.
‘as you are.’ says the universe.
‘how…’ you answer.
‘as you are.’ says the universe.
‘why…’ you answer.
‘because
you are happening now.
right now.
right at this moment
and
your happening
is beautiful.
the thing that both keeps me alive
and
brings me to my knees.
you don’t even know how breathtaking you
are.
as you are.’ says the universe through tears."

as you are | you are the prayer, nayyirah waheed (via nayyirahwaheed)

Posted 1 week ago

thetaoofdana:

Calm space inspiration. Can never have enough…!

"You can, you should, and if you’re brave enough to start, you will."

— Stephen King (via wordsthat-speak)

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Posted 1 week ago
"Was it hard?” I ask.
Letting go?” Not as hard as holding on to something that wasn’t real."

— Lisa Schroeder (via wordsthat-speak)

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Posted 1 week ago
"You brave, brave thing.
One day, you’re going to
stop leaving the door open
for people who only know how
to keep leaving."

— We’re All Still Learning (Yasmin Z)

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Posted 1 week ago
"Home is not places, it is love."

— Home is Not Places by The Apache Relay (via wordsthat-speak)

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Posted 1 week ago
"Abiding in your own being is holy company."

— Nisargadatta Maharaj (via ashramof1)

Posted 1 year ago

artsfortransit:

Tracking time by the sun’s rays is the focus of Penelope Umbrico’s work as she amasses variations of one of the most recognizable images of the Terminal – light streaming through the windows and pooling on the Main Concourse floor, frequently referred to as the Grand Central “sun rays.” Umbrico made 512 C-prints of five different images, all found on various websites selling posters, postcards, “vintage” prints, and photographs. The repetition of the exact same image file on multiple sites,  as well as the variations in treatment such as cropping, flipping, graphic framing, color filters and “watermarks,”  creates a wholly new composition that prompts the viewer to take a closer look at how photography, memory and image making are joined and indexed. Her artwork, titled by the citation of each image, is currently on view in our exhibition, ON TIME/Grand Central at 100 in the NYT Museum Gallery in Grand Central Terminal.

Images:

Sunlight streams through the windows in the concourse at Grand Central Terminal in New York City in 1954. (AP Photo)

Penelope Umbrico, Five Photographs of Rays of Sunlight in Grand Central Station, Grand Central Terminal, 1903-1913, 1920, 1926, 1928, 1929, 1934, 1937, 1940, 1930-1940, 1935-1941, 1947, or 2010 by John Collier, Philip Gendreau Herbert, Edward Hulton…, 2013.

Artist Penelope Umbrico in front of her artwork.

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