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  2. "All women speak two languages:
    
the language of men 

    and the language of silent suffering.

    Some women speak a third, 

    the language of queens."
    — Mohja Kahf, The Marvelous Women   (via thatkindofwoman)

    (Source: rabbitinthemoon, via thatkindofwoman)

     
  3. sagansense:

    “Cosmos” is a Greek word for the order of the universe. It is, in a way, the opposite of “Chaos.” It implies the deep interconnectedness of all things. It conveys awe for the intricate and subtle way in which the universe is put together.”
    Carl Sagan

    (via startalkradio)

     

  4. "Good God, we’re in a lot of trouble if people think that Amy represents every woman. Feminism is not that fragile, I hope. What Amy does is to weaponize female stereotypes. She embodies them to get what she wants and then she detonates them. Men do bad things in films all the time and they’re called anti-heroes. Amy may not be admirable, but neither are the men on ‘The Sopranos.’"
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    Gillian Flynn 

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  6. "I notice that Autumn is more the season of the soul than of nature."
    — Friedrich Nietzsche (via thatkindofwoman)

    (Source: aurorefleurs, via thatkindofwoman)

     
  7. ikeapunx:

    muji spice book

    Traveling with your spice rack is not ideal. This is why Japanese company, Muji, has made a book of spices to make flavoring your food while away from home a little bit easier.

    This book from Muji is full of pages that are made of spiced paper, which dissolve from the heat and moisture of cooking. Now that kick of white pepper or red chili is just a tear away. And, since it is compact and perfectly portable, the Muji spice book is ideal for when you’re traveling!

    (via pricklylegs)

     
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  9. historical-nonfiction:

    Welcome to Derinkuyu, an underground city that once housed up to 20,000 people. In the Cappadocia region, famous for its cave dwellings and underground villages, Derinkuyu stands out for sheer size and complexity. Locals began digging in the 500s BCE. The city consists of over 600 doors, each of which can be closed from the inside. Each floor could be closed off as well. And just to make attacking completely impossible, the entire city was deliberately built without any logic. Its maze-like layout makes navigating the city nightmarish for unfamiliar invaders.

    (Source: whenonearth.net, via pricklylegs)

     
  10. peach-blossom-spring:

    18th century poesy ring.
    Inscription reads: Many are the stars I see but in my eye no star like thee.

    (Source: yseult)