You can call me Sprout.

A girl with kaleidoscope eyes. ☮
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turkeyinacan:

shoutout to people working weekends and overnights and overtime, people working in hospitality and retail and food service, who are sacrificing time with their loved ones, so fuckers with weekday desk jobs get to live comfortably with the amenities we provide while simultaneously shitting all over us for not getting “real jobs”

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New Blog

Hey everyone, I’d just like to say thanks for those of you who have been following this blog! However, I feel it is time for a new beginning in the blogosphere. I just created a new tumblr and its primarily going to be focused on feminism, nutrition (clean eating/veganism), holistic health, fitness, and environmental issues. 

My new blog is called http://happyholistichealth.tumblr.com if you wanna take a look and/or follow!! I’ll be keeping this blog, but won’t be using it any longer. You can still message me here but I might not see it for awhile. 

Ok this has just been a quick announcement for those of you who care! :) 

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theveganescapist:

learned—helplessness:

kasinski:

Cell phones- Atlanta 2005
As individual and anonymous consumers, it’s seemingly impossible to even estimate the physical ramifications of our daily consumption and waste. While our personal imprints may not seem in themselves worthy of alarm, the combined effect of human’s habits and rituals is hard to look away from.

Photographer Chris Jordan works with the debris we as a society leave behind, photographing massive dumps of cell phones, crushed cars and circuit boards. Squished together in dizzying quantities, the discarded goods resemble hypnotic puzzles, abstracted color fields and hallucinatory fractals. Jordan compares the complex layers of wreckage to the overwhelming detail of the Grand Canyon.

The series, dubbed “Intolerable Beauty: Portraits of American Mass Consumption,” shows the unmistakable imprint of our American culture in all its horror and strange, dark appeal. “I am appalled by these scenes, and yet also drawn into them with awe and fascination,” Jordan explained in an email to The Huffington Post. “The immense scale of our consumption can appear desolate, macabre, oddly comical and ironic, and even darkly beautiful; for me its consistent feature is a staggering complexity.”
Want to buy a new cell phone, why? Wake up!

sourcehttp://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/03/29/chris-jordan_n_5035897.html?ncid=fcbklnkushpmg00000010

Recycle, always buy things used, and keep things for as long as possible!

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jackthemother:

So this happened on facebook today….

BOOM

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thoselonelyeyes:

fullmoon-unicorn:

the starry sky on the himalayas

CLICK ON THE PIC BRO

So amazing

Holy

I DONT UNDETSTAND?¿

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"classical music is boring"

groucho-marxism:

Stravinsky’s rite of spring is about a girl who dances herself to death to appease the Russian god of spring.

When it premiered the crowd got so amped up they opened up a mosh pit in the theater and the night would be forever known as the “riot of spring”

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Our separation of each other is an optical illusion of consciousness.

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