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“ Very little grows on jagged rock. Be ground. Be crumbled, so wildflowers will come up where you are. ”

—    Rumi (via wisdomofrumi)

for-rizzles-my-nizzle:

"Maura, why the hell is our 5-year-old daughter sitting in her room reading a dictionary?"

"Well Jane, that is her punishment. I got a call from her school today saying that she cussed out a couple of boys at recess who wouldn’t let her play kickball with them. She then justified her actions by telling the principal that ‘when somebody is being a jackass, you just gotta cuss ‘em out and move on’. Do you know who she might have gotten that idea from?”

"No…"

(via nerdylesbian)

“ Two things define you. Your patience when you have nothing, and your attitude when you have everything. ”

—    Unknown (via psych-facts)

(via lesbianlove8)

ombuarchitecture:

Abstract Maps

Toronto-based artistJazzberry Blue created this series of abstract maps portraying the world’s most famous cities: Los Angeles, London, Milan, and more. The self-taught traveling artist uses a combination of bold color palettes and geometric figures to give each map an abstract flare of its own.
From the organized city blocks of New York, to the chaotic streets of London, every print perfectly captures the essence each city.

Via Domus

cityofconstantine:

Fener Greek Boys High School, located in Fatih, Sancaktar Street, is one of few Greek institutions still operating in İstanbul. It was inaugurated according to an agreement between Patriarch Gennaidos and Mehmed the Conqueror in 1454. It has been called “Patriarch Academy,” “Great Greek School” and “Red School,” after the color of the building. Built in 1881 by architect Konstantinos Dimadis from materials brought from Marseillies, it is located on land that belonged to Dimitri Kantemir, the Prince of Moldova. Its red fire bricks and domed tower make the school a prominent feature on the horizon line of Fatih and it remains one of the most dominant structures on the Golden Horn. The school continues to function, now with the name “Private Fener Greek and Elementary School.”