1. karinastas:

    icoulduseinsouciantmaybe:

     

    This will reach a million posts before I stop reblogging EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.

    (Source: whyactlikeahuman, via iwishthatihadlucreziasboy)

     


  2. September: it was the most beautiful of words, he’d always felt, evoking orange-flowers, swallows, and regret.
    — Albert Camus  (via thatkindofwoman)

    (Source: floriental, via taskeatorange)

     


  3. The Arabic word for failure is built from the tripartite root of f-sh-l to become fashil, the harshest, most damaging word in the language, at least the way my Arabic teacher pronounced it. The word often twisted his dyspeptic mouth, spattering our lessons like ordnance from a cluster bomb. Everything was fashil. Me as a student, himself as a teacher, Cairo as a city, Egypt as a state, the Middle East as a region, Asia as a continent, communism as a theory, democracy as an ideal, Islam as it was practiced, humanity as a species, and, in the summer when the smog congealed, the sun as a source of light.
    — “The Muse of Failure,” by Anand Balakrishnan, in Bidoun Magazine (via substituteteacherstripes)

    (Source: bidoun.org, via matryushka)

     

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  5. © BR1
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    crankycritic:

    Street Art By BR1

    why is this not on the tumblr radar

    (via feministdisney)

     

  6. nostalgerie:

    Morocco, Atlas Mountains

     

  7. thethreeeyedhero:

    Ofoe’s Studios of Colors at #ChaleWote2014 with DiQueku and Ofoe Amegavie

    (via yagazieemezi)

     

  8. Barcelona, Spain

    (Source: yarathearabizi, via roxygen)

     

  9. snuggling goats from the fair yesterday

     

  10. willigula:

    Maps of Africa, Egypt, and Arabia, from Atlas de Cartes Marines by Abraham Cresques, 1375

    (via qawiya)