Jesus: It's important to help those less fortunate than you. Treat them as your brother.
Christian Conservatives: *hurriedly turn the page*

verylittlebird:

"this meme is too esoteric!" goldilocks exclaimed.
"This meme has been overdone," she said
"ahhh, this meme is just the right balance of ironic awareness and social commentary," she said happily and she lol’d hard

joshpeck:

cursedmistakes:

carpe-hana:

#this is it this is american television

that all happened in under 2 minutes

this is honestly a spiritual experience

theparisreview:

“The act of giving milk itself is pleasant and soothing; it’s not that I am eager for it to end. And it’s not that it is uninteresting, between the strange palpable effects of the oxytocin and the mesmerizing face of the latched baby. It just doesn’t fit into the matrix of productivity or purpose or attention I’m accustomed to. It is simply being, mammal-animal being, layered with a human consciousness as thin and light as linen.”
Sarah Menkedick on breastfeeding and boredom.

theparisreview:

“The act of giving milk itself is pleasant and soothing; it’s not that I am eager for it to end. And it’s not that it is uninteresting, between the strange palpable effects of the oxytocin and the mesmerizing face of the latched baby. It just doesn’t fit into the matrix of productivity or purpose or attention I’m accustomed to. It is simply being, mammal-animal being, layered with a human consciousness as thin and light as linen.”

Sarah Menkedick on breastfeeding and boredom.

mercycorps:

Inside Gaza: A moment of innocence captured by our staff during emergency distributions of supplies last week.

mercycorps:

Inside Gaza: A moment of innocence captured by our staff during emergency distributions of supplies last week.

The beginning of the end of the end of the beginning has begun.

psst!! this was kind of interesting to watch

more infj vs infp stuff

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wAlL99vDn4

We all want to dissolve. We all need that experience of forgetting who we are. I think that’s what love is—you forget who you are. Forgetting who you are is such a delicious experience and so frightening that we’re in this conflicted predicament. You want it but you really can’t support it. So I think that really what our training, what our culture, our religious institutions, our educational and cultural institutions should be about is preparing the heart for that journey outside of the cage of the ribs.
Leonard Cohen

From Leonard Cohen Interviewed by Anjelica Huston. Interview magazine: November, 1995. Accessed 11 May 2014  (via distantstations)