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twloha:

Anatol Knotek's piece is a great example of the power of perspective. From one angle the piece is unreadable, confusing; from another, it reads, “wrong”; from a third, “right.”

Stigma is often a problem of perspective. Remember that you may not always have the whole picture or may not be looking at something from the right angle. It is important to be aware of multiple perspectives in order to know what is real and true.

mancrushoftheday:

Photo: Alex Minsky #tattoos #scruff The Man Crush Blog / Facebook / Twitter

mancrushoftheday:

Photo: Alex Minsky #tattoos #scruff 
The Man Crush Blog
 / Facebook / Twitter

Painting by Bernard Frize  /  Valda

Painting by Bernard Frize  /  Valda

luz-natural:

sometimesquicklysometimesslowly: My homies. @drakelabry and @lukeaustinphotosthe3rd

luz-natural:

sometimesquicklysometimesslowly: My homies. @drakelabry and @lukeaustinphotosthe3rd

some hand / hand some

some hand / hand some

And God said “Love Your Enemy,” and I obeyed him and loved myself.
خليل جبران ‎ Khalil Gibran (via magnacarterholygrail)
Andrew’s Mirror
mpdrolet:

Frédéric Lagrange
stevnnhall:

THE RIVER / 28” x 28” / mixed media / Stev’nn Hall

stevnnhall:

THE RIVER / 28” x 28” / mixed media / Stev’nn Hall

Saul and the witch of Endor, Detail - Jacob Cornelisz. van Oostsanen 1526oil on panel85.5 × 122.8 cm (33.7 × 48.3 in)Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

Saul and the witch of Endor, Detail - Jacob Cornelisz. van Oostsanen 
1526
oil on panel
85.5 × 122.8 cm (33.7 × 48.3 in)
Rijksmuseum Amsterdam