December 20th
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December 20th
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December 20th
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December 20th
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Song: “Kill Your Heroes” - Awolnation

Image from: likeneelyohara

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December 20th
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Made For You - OneRepublic


“Made For You” by OneRepublic

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December 18th
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Names of the victims in Newtown, CT.

This fills me with so much sadness and rage. Like Obama said. These children had their whole lives ahead of them: graduation, high school, marriage, kids of their own, dream job, grandchildren.

It upsets me so much. 

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December 18th
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December 18th
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The most painful thing to see is when tears roll down someone’s face and they’re completely silent.

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December 18th
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14. Swan Dance
from the ballet ‘Swan Lake’
P. Tchaikovsky
First Part

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December 18th
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untitled by victoria alden on Flickr.

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December 18th
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❝ The world has a serious shortage of both logic and kindness. ❞
— Haruki Murakami, 1Q84 (via larmoyante)
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December 17th
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“A wide field meteor camera at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center recorded this spectacular meteor breaking up in Earth’s atmosphere on Sept. 30, 2011, 8:37 p.m. EDT. Also visible is a star-like object moving slowly toward the upper middle of the field of view — the upper stage of the Zenit booster that launched the Russian Cosmos 2219 intelligence satellite back in 1992. Orbiting 500 miles above Earth, this empty rocket body can get bright enough to be seen with the unaided eye.”

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December 16th
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Chocolate & Strawberry

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December 15th
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December 15th
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