maraadyer:

We both have war inside us. Sometimes it keeps us alive. Sometimes it threatens to destroy us.

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jon-snow:

god bless sdcc

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tinysteve:

dr erskine said he chose steve for the serum because of his kindness and courage to cover for the fact he read steve’s enlistment form and realized this fucker’s birthday is the fourth of july 

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feistyfrank:

A TRUE FEMALE ICON

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... now you see me

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Do you know what apocalypse actually means? It’s from the Greek, apokalypsis, meaning to uncover what you couldn’t see before. A way out of the dark.
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ruinsofxerxes:

hello darkness my old friend

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sovji:

*steals ur credit card*

hasta la visa

 

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stories-yet-to-be-written:

Before They Pass Away by Jimmy Nelson: Ladakhi

“The land is so harsh and the passes so numerous, that only the best of friends or the worst of enemies would visit you”.

Ladakh (meaning ‘land of the passes’) is a cold desert in the Northern Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It is divided into the mainly Muslim Kargil district and the primarily Buddhist Leh district. The people of Ladakh have a rich folklore, some of which date back to the pre- Buddhist era. As the Himalayan farming season is short, Ladakhi only work for 4 months of the year. All ages can join in and help. During the 8 winter months work is minimal and festivals and celebrations are almost a continuous affair, giving them the opportunity to display Goncha, the traditional dress.

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