Fire and Rain
24 yrs (old). Medical student, artist and feminist. Mildly attractive so people think I'm a bimbo. Passionate about life and learning.
Fire and Rain
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golddiggerr:

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lomographicsociety:

Erika Simmons’ ‘Ghost in the Machine’ 
Self-taught artist Erika Simmons has found a beautiful, fitting way to pay tribute to an old yet beloved form of technology. Check out her series “Ghost in the Machine”: 
lomographicsociety:

Erika Simmons’ ‘Ghost in the Machine’ 
Self-taught artist Erika Simmons has found a beautiful, fitting way to pay tribute to an old yet beloved form of technology. Check out her series “Ghost in the Machine”: 
lomographicsociety:

Erika Simmons’ ‘Ghost in the Machine’ 
Self-taught artist Erika Simmons has found a beautiful, fitting way to pay tribute to an old yet beloved form of technology. Check out her series “Ghost in the Machine”: 
lomographicsociety:

Erika Simmons’ ‘Ghost in the Machine’ 
Self-taught artist Erika Simmons has found a beautiful, fitting way to pay tribute to an old yet beloved form of technology. Check out her series “Ghost in the Machine”: 
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"Be happy for no reason, like a child. If you are happy for a reason, you’re in trouble, because that reason can be taken from you."

Deepak Chopra

(via purplebuddhaproject)

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pixelsicle:

Viejo San Juan
On our last night in San Juan we decided to take a walk from the Paseo de la Princesa, along the Paseo del Morro and ending up at Castillo San Felipe del Morro. The night was full of your typical Viejo San Juan post-card views and people sailing by in their little boats. We even witnessed a couple getting married near the Paseo de la Princesa but I suspect it happens quite frequently.
As you can see from a couple of photos above, there are a few cats here - a little “cat sanctuary” along the pathway. Save a Gato provides them with food, water and of course spaying and neutering. They are incredibly calm, relaxed and amiable to photo taking.
We were a little rushed trying to beat the sunset but no doubt we’ll have a second chance to soak it all in again soon.
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Viejo San Juan
On our last night in San Juan we decided to take a walk from the Paseo de la Princesa, along the Paseo del Morro and ending up at Castillo San Felipe del Morro. The night was full of your typical Viejo San Juan post-card views and people sailing by in their little boats. We even witnessed a couple getting married near the Paseo de la Princesa but I suspect it happens quite frequently.
As you can see from a couple of photos above, there are a few cats here - a little “cat sanctuary” along the pathway. Save a Gato provides them with food, water and of course spaying and neutering. They are incredibly calm, relaxed and amiable to photo taking.
We were a little rushed trying to beat the sunset but no doubt we’ll have a second chance to soak it all in again soon.
pixelsicle:

Viejo San Juan
On our last night in San Juan we decided to take a walk from the Paseo de la Princesa, along the Paseo del Morro and ending up at Castillo San Felipe del Morro. The night was full of your typical Viejo San Juan post-card views and people sailing by in their little boats. We even witnessed a couple getting married near the Paseo de la Princesa but I suspect it happens quite frequently.
As you can see from a couple of photos above, there are a few cats here - a little “cat sanctuary” along the pathway. Save a Gato provides them with food, water and of course spaying and neutering. They are incredibly calm, relaxed and amiable to photo taking.
We were a little rushed trying to beat the sunset but no doubt we’ll have a second chance to soak it all in again soon.
pixelsicle:

Viejo San Juan
On our last night in San Juan we decided to take a walk from the Paseo de la Princesa, along the Paseo del Morro and ending up at Castillo San Felipe del Morro. The night was full of your typical Viejo San Juan post-card views and people sailing by in their little boats. We even witnessed a couple getting married near the Paseo de la Princesa but I suspect it happens quite frequently.
As you can see from a couple of photos above, there are a few cats here - a little “cat sanctuary” along the pathway. Save a Gato provides them with food, water and of course spaying and neutering. They are incredibly calm, relaxed and amiable to photo taking.
We were a little rushed trying to beat the sunset but no doubt we’ll have a second chance to soak it all in again soon.
pixelsicle:

Viejo San Juan
On our last night in San Juan we decided to take a walk from the Paseo de la Princesa, along the Paseo del Morro and ending up at Castillo San Felipe del Morro. The night was full of your typical Viejo San Juan post-card views and people sailing by in their little boats. We even witnessed a couple getting married near the Paseo de la Princesa but I suspect it happens quite frequently.
As you can see from a couple of photos above, there are a few cats here - a little “cat sanctuary” along the pathway. Save a Gato provides them with food, water and of course spaying and neutering. They are incredibly calm, relaxed and amiable to photo taking.
We were a little rushed trying to beat the sunset but no doubt we’ll have a second chance to soak it all in again soon.
pixelsicle:

Viejo San Juan
On our last night in San Juan we decided to take a walk from the Paseo de la Princesa, along the Paseo del Morro and ending up at Castillo San Felipe del Morro. The night was full of your typical Viejo San Juan post-card views and people sailing by in their little boats. We even witnessed a couple getting married near the Paseo de la Princesa but I suspect it happens quite frequently.
As you can see from a couple of photos above, there are a few cats here - a little “cat sanctuary” along the pathway. Save a Gato provides them with food, water and of course spaying and neutering. They are incredibly calm, relaxed and amiable to photo taking.
We were a little rushed trying to beat the sunset but no doubt we’ll have a second chance to soak it all in again soon.
pixelsicle:

Viejo San Juan
On our last night in San Juan we decided to take a walk from the Paseo de la Princesa, along the Paseo del Morro and ending up at Castillo San Felipe del Morro. The night was full of your typical Viejo San Juan post-card views and people sailing by in their little boats. We even witnessed a couple getting married near the Paseo de la Princesa but I suspect it happens quite frequently.
As you can see from a couple of photos above, there are a few cats here - a little “cat sanctuary” along the pathway. Save a Gato provides them with food, water and of course spaying and neutering. They are incredibly calm, relaxed and amiable to photo taking.
We were a little rushed trying to beat the sunset but no doubt we’ll have a second chance to soak it all in again soon.
pixelsicle:

Viejo San Juan
On our last night in San Juan we decided to take a walk from the Paseo de la Princesa, along the Paseo del Morro and ending up at Castillo San Felipe del Morro. The night was full of your typical Viejo San Juan post-card views and people sailing by in their little boats. We even witnessed a couple getting married near the Paseo de la Princesa but I suspect it happens quite frequently.
As you can see from a couple of photos above, there are a few cats here - a little “cat sanctuary” along the pathway. Save a Gato provides them with food, water and of course spaying and neutering. They are incredibly calm, relaxed and amiable to photo taking.
We were a little rushed trying to beat the sunset but no doubt we’ll have a second chance to soak it all in again soon.
pixelsicle:

Viejo San Juan
On our last night in San Juan we decided to take a walk from the Paseo de la Princesa, along the Paseo del Morro and ending up at Castillo San Felipe del Morro. The night was full of your typical Viejo San Juan post-card views and people sailing by in their little boats. We even witnessed a couple getting married near the Paseo de la Princesa but I suspect it happens quite frequently.
As you can see from a couple of photos above, there are a few cats here - a little “cat sanctuary” along the pathway. Save a Gato provides them with food, water and of course spaying and neutering. They are incredibly calm, relaxed and amiable to photo taking.
We were a little rushed trying to beat the sunset but no doubt we’ll have a second chance to soak it all in again soon.
pixelsicle:

Viejo San Juan
On our last night in San Juan we decided to take a walk from the Paseo de la Princesa, along the Paseo del Morro and ending up at Castillo San Felipe del Morro. The night was full of your typical Viejo San Juan post-card views and people sailing by in their little boats. We even witnessed a couple getting married near the Paseo de la Princesa but I suspect it happens quite frequently.
As you can see from a couple of photos above, there are a few cats here - a little “cat sanctuary” along the pathway. Save a Gato provides them with food, water and of course spaying and neutering. They are incredibly calm, relaxed and amiable to photo taking.
We were a little rushed trying to beat the sunset but no doubt we’ll have a second chance to soak it all in again soon.
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ch0p-suey:

kissmyafro:
A man begging his wife’s forgiveness inside Divorce Court, 1948, Chicago.
Bad bitches vintage edition

I reblogged this picture yesterday but I love it. Stone cold.


ROBIN THICKE RIGHT NOW LOLOLOLOL

I love the lawyer’s smile and she’s looking at him like “you done messed up now” lol
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"I don’t understand why sex is more shocking than violence."
Lea Seydoux talking about American films. (via ramengirl48)
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boywonder-sunnah-swag:

findingallah:

standwithpalestine:


An Israeli academic has claimed that raping wives and mothers of Palestinian Hamas militants is the only thing that could deter further terrorist attacks.
The remarks by renowned Middle East scholar Mordechai Kedar of Bar-Ilan University were made three weeks ago after the grim discovery of the bodies of the three kidnapped Israeli teenagers, but the recording was published online (in Hebrew) on Monday.
"The only thing that could deter a suicide bomber is knowing that if caught, his sister or his mother would be raped," said Kedar on Israel Radio Bet.
"It sounds very bad, but that’s the Middle East," he continued. "You have to understand the culture in which we live. The only thing that deters [Hamas leaders] is a threat to the connection between their heads and their shoulders."
To the shocked radio presenter who said that “we cannot take such steps, of course”, Kedar replied:
"I’m not talking about what we should or shouldn’t do. I’m talking about the facts. The only thing that deters a suicide bomber is the knowledge that if he pulls the trigger or blows himself up, his sister will be raped. That’s all. That’s the only thing that will bring him back home, in order to preserve his sister’s honor."
Kedar served for 25 years in the military intelligence, where he specialised in Islamic groups. He is currently a researcher at the right-wing Begin-Sadat Centre for Strategic Studies of Bar Ilan but previously worked for a shadowy organisation, the Israel Academia Monitor, which fights left-leaning academic professors.
(Full article at International Business Times.)

At which point do you say ‘enough is enough’ and speak out against your hard earned tax dollars being sent to/your leaders supporting this country?
Ethnic cleansing, targeting civilians, ambulances, hospitals, harvesting organs of dead Palestinians without consent, forced sterilisation of Ethiopians, land grab, apartheid wall, illegal settlements, and now incitement to rape - is it time to wake up, world?

What the hell

Everyone is always speaking out on rape culture and how much we need to stop rape from happening. I would like to see this also added to the protests.
Let’s see if y’all can signal boost this and make it big…
Because at the moment, there’s only a handful of people actually protesting this. The rest of you are only worried about yourselves…
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Q: I've officially gotten to the point where my fear of being emotionally hurt (again) by a significant other outweighs my desire for a relationship.
Asked by Anonymous