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cubebreaker:

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paxmachina:

Faith47 - London
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urhajos:

Faith47 in Vienna
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the-roar:

"Rifugio Monte Palestro in the night", by Marco Calandra.
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"Los muchos libros a unos hicieron sabios y a otros locos."
Petrarca. (via bangerz-memories)
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"Te quiero así como eres, espontánea, libre de todo, de tus miedos, de tus arranques, te quiero cuando te angustias y también cuando tienes un mal día o una mala noche. Con dolores de espalda y con paseos a la familia. Te quiero por todos los ángulos así sean opuestos, por la tangente que a veces se siente que perdimos todo. Te quiero porque te quiero y eso me basta. No tienes que hacer interpretaciones ni nada por el estilo. Te quiero en las noches y en el día, en el retrato que cuelgas y en la mesita de noche de tus madrugadas. Simplemente te quiero y eso basta para mí."
belovedindia:

Lord Ramachandra
Millions of years ago in the age called Treta-yuga, the Supreme Personality of Godhead Lord Sri Krishna descended as a king: Lord Rama, or Ramachandra. His adventures were written down by the poet Valmiki in the 24,000-verse Sanskrit scripture Ramayana, the world’s oldest book.
The purpose of Lord Rama’s advent is to attract us conditioned souls to the timeless, transcendental path of Bhakti-yoga, devotional service, and to establish the principles of religion, morality and righteousness. By reading the Lord’s pastimes in the Srimad-Bhagavatam or Ramayana, and by hearing of His exceptional prowess, even the unsophisticated soul becomes drawn to the blissful security of genuine spiritual life.
Since time immemorial each of us embodied souls has been revolving through the cycle of rebirth—samsara. To deliver His servants trapped in the net of maya(illusion), God comes Himself or sends His avatar for our salvation from the delusion of material ignorance. Attraction to the lotus feet of the Lord, acceptance of His divine shelter, and the joyful singing of His name open the door for going back home, back to Godhead.
Source: http://bhaktiyoga.wordpress.com
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belovedindia:

Pic by: belovedindia
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Nitya-Tarangini Dasi
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