injureddreams:

507. Warriors  I had a headache so I sat down and watched GLADIATOR and it made me want to draw for my Battle Armor series again.

injureddreams:

507. Warriors
I had a headache so I sat down and watched GLADIATOR and it made me want to draw for my Battle Armor series again.

(via crysalgira)

swindledagain:

honpun:

drxgonfly:

Cute Bird (by Sijanto)

wow i dont even know where to begin

leg?
why leg???

swindledagain:

honpun:

drxgonfly:

Cute Bird (by Sijanto)

wow i dont even know where to begin

leg?

why leg???

(via chromaticfun)

Sometimes, in our confusion, we have been known to turn the Other into a monster and a god. Hierophanies – where the unshowable deity shows itself – are often terrifying. Hence the double etymology of monstrare, to show and to warn. Zeus’ mutations into a plundering bull or rapacious swan epitomize this paradox. And Kali certainly knew how to scare mortals. Even the generally ‘good’ biblical God could resort to horror on occasion, as Job realized; or Abraham when commanded to kill Isaac, or Jacob when he found himself maimed at the hip after wrestling with the dark angel of Israel. Or Zechariah struck dumb by the angel Gabriel. Not to mention the tales of floods and plagues and conflagrations sent by a jealous God to fill his people with fear. Divine monstrance was not infrequently an occasion of terror. Fascinans et tremendum, as the mystics said.

Poets too have attested to this enigma of the monstrous God. W.B. Yeats captured this disturbing ambiguity of the sacred, for example, in his apocalyptic image of the ‘rough beast slouching towards Bethlehem to be born’. A sentiment echoed by Rilke in his famous opening apostrophe to the Duino Elegies: ‘Every angel is terrible’. And one might also recall here Herman Melville’s chilling evocation of the quasi-divine, quasi-demonic whiteness of the whale, recalling at once the horror of Leviathan and the transcendence of Yahweh.
— Richard Kearney (Strangers, Gods and Monsters: Interpreting Otherness)

(via marypsue)

xxthisgirllovesyouxx:

shavingryansprivates:

hauntumn:

hauntumn:

hauntumn:

Hakuna Matata

What a wonderful phrase

Hakuna Matata

it means “DROP THE BASS”

BWUY YOH wohhhh widdle da widdle do woodley widdledy wawww weeeeh gritchlew WEUUUUW,  GWAAH GWOOH GRAW GRIH GRIH GRIH GREUUUUW GWEEE nyee nyee nyee nyee nyee nyee nyee nyee nyee REHHH sheww

what you did is inexcusable 

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thismightyneed:

thismightyart:

agh the colors kinda mess up somehow but I guess is still okey

sleepless au!!! becuase is too much relevant for me right now

thismightyneed:

thismightyart:

agh the colors kinda mess up somehow but I guess is still okey

sleepless au!!! becuase is too much relevant for me right now

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kosmyc:

terrarium king, ken marten

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kgm42986:

izziesworldofizzie:

stagecoachjessi:

Classic Hollywood Bloopers

And the greatest Hollywood blooper of all time:

These are WONDERFUL

(via deanismydemon)

disnerys:

dajo42:

realistically the space under my bed is very small so if a monster did in fact live there it would have to also be very small

it would be some kind of baby monster

i would have to look after it

 (x)

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red-lipstick:

Dorota Sroka - Untitled, 2010          Paintings

red-lipstick:

Dorota Sroka - Untitled, 2010          Paintings

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theotherwesley:

Me getting up in the morning like 

Hittin’ the keyboard like

Friends comin’ online like



DID YOu SEE tHE THINGg MY GOD

(via daetur)

You are personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society you grew up in.

Eliezer Yudkowsky  (via rampias)

Being a “product of their times” is no excuse. Never let someone off the hook for bigotry. 

(via callingoutbigotry)

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