Collage of the day “cut out”

Justin Taylor at Book Court, 8/19/14
Yoga Jones: Do you know what a mandala is? … The Tibet monks make them out of dyed sand laid out into big beautiful signs. And when they’re done, after days or weeks of work, they wipe it all away.
Piper: Wow, that’s, that’s a lot.
Yoga Jones: Try to look at your experience here as a mandala, Chapman. Work hard to make something as meaningful and beautiful as you can and when you’re done pack it in and know it was all temporary. You have to remember that, it’s all temporary.
Piper: It’s all temporary.
Yoga Jones: I’m telling you surviving here, is all about perspective.
Orange Is The New Black (via imaginations-of-a-crimson-mind) +

vo trong nghia spirals farming kindergarten in vietnam
a fully accessible green roof creates three internal courtyards, providing safe and secure playgrounds for the school’s young occupants.

19:45// This is a great example of architecture promoting social good. Vietnam has very few urban open spaces and this school is located near factories where the students’ parents work. The rooftop gardens allow students to reconnect with nature while growing some of their own food.

Joanne Nam shjnam

Green Woodpecker by PascalDeMunck
But to believe that getting stuff is the purpose and aim of life is madness. Hubert Selby Jr., Requiem for a Dream (via feellng) +
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