Sbottonarsi
Sbottonarsi
[NOUN] lang: Italian. 1. literal translation, "to unbutton oneself," 2. to open up, 3. to let something escapee through a wall of reserve.
"Why is it taking so long to believe that if we hurt Nature, we hurt ourselves?"
- Davi Kopenawa, Yanomami shaman (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)

And why are Christians so anti-environment? Like, across the board, disbelief in climate change, and no concerns for what gorgeous things God made for us.

(Source: diaphanee, via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)




alexandersattler:

impeccabletasteinmusic:

M83 | I Need You

Current obsession.


nevver:

The girl in the black tights, Cathy Daley

(via thisjoyfulheart)


"Wishes shouldn’t be wasted on weight and appearance"
- thatkindofwoman

When we have so many gorgeous things to wish for. 


caitiborruso:

katiaobinger:

the true american experience is wondering if you just heard firecrackers or gunshots

both in my hometown AND in Brooklyn, more often than I would like to admit

actually yes.. 

(via lalasiy)



killianandco:

I heard about a sea where sins sink like stones, there’s no floor, there’s just mercy down below. There’s no mistake I can make that could ever make You change Your love. 

(via hislivingpoetry)