paxmachina:

 Artur Bordalo - Lisbon, Portugal

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fotojournalismus:

A displaced Palestinian from the Shejaiya neighbourhood in the Gaza Strip sits on a bench at the UN school where he and others have taken refuge after fleeing heavy fighting in their area, on July 21, 2014. (Marco Longari/AFP)
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fotojournalismus:

A displaced Palestinian from the Shejaiya neighbourhood in the Gaza Strip sits on a bench at the UN school where he and others have taken refuge after fleeing heavy fighting in their area, on July 21, 2014. (Marco Longari/AFP)

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"إبراهيم ناجي في الأطلال قال:ـ فتعلّم كيف تنسى.. وتعلّم كيف تمحو ونسي يقولنا إزاي؟ لكن قال في البيت اللي بعده علطول:ـ يا حبيبي كل شئ بقضاء.. ما بأيدينا خلقنا تعساء .. وأفتكر بكده الرسالة وصلت -_-"

صاخِب المَخِل:  

"1. Wash your hair and let it air dry. Who cares if it turns into a jungle of curls, a frizzy ball, an electrifying afro or just falls flat around your face.
2. Pamper your face and treat it kindly. If you want to prevent getting wrinkles early, use a face scrub and moisturize. Then study how beautiful your bare face is.
3. Go a day without makeup and smile at everyone. Watch how many compliments you will get on how beautiful your smile is, and how radiant your skin looks.
4. Wear something comfortable. Who cares if you want to lounge in your pajamas all day, feel as free as possible.
5. Turn up some tunes. Dance around like no one is watching.
6. Drink some green tea because it’s healthy and helps you wind down.
7. Hydrate yourself, water will give you that boost of energy you want.
8. Be friendly. Greet everyone, open a door for a stranger, help an elder load their car with groceries, help out around the house without being asked to."

Domi (via thatkindofwoman)

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7okaha:

نحتاج انسانيتنا قبل أي شئ

7okaha:

نحتاج انسانيتنا قبل أي شئ

Sisi’s religious conquest | openDemocracy

The purging of the Muslim Brotherhood from Egyptian politics will not necessarily put the country on the path to secularism, as Sisi finds his own ways to use religion for political ends.


Plenty, Albery Theatre, 2000 by Simon Annand.

Plenty, Albery Theatre, 2000 by Simon Annand.

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Theodore: What are you doing?

Samantha: I’m just sitting here, looking at the world and writing a new piece of music.

Theodore: Can I hear it? What’s this one about?

Samantha: Well, I was thinking, we don’t really have any photographs of us. And I thought this song could be like a photo that captures us in this moment in our life together.

Theodore: Aw, I like our photograph. I can see you in it.