lisa wiseman photography

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you’re made from love, to be love, to spread love. love is always louder, no matter what. even if hate has a bullhorn, love is louder.

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Fall in love as often as possible.

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"They keep telling me seeing things that aren’t technically there
is called ‘disturbed cognitive functioning.’ I call it
'having a superpower.'”

Neil Hilborn is luminous.

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This is perfect. just perfect. Thank you Neil Hilborn for this brilliant piece of writing and diction.

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Neil Hilborn - “Mating Habits of the North American Hipster”

"Now she is taking her Macbook, and his Macbook, and her other Macbook, and her book on Macbooks, and arranging them in a circle. The male deems this an acceptable mating habitat, and amidst the Apple products, he mounts her—indifferently!"

The only poem to receive a perfect score at Rustbelt.

(via neilhilborn)

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Great video! via scienceisbeauty:

How Big is the Universe? via minutephysics

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thanks to this awesome mashable article, i just about died laughing when watching this. 0:25 really gets my goat!

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Holy goodness this is hysterical. 

permalink Does anyone know where the opening scenes for Searching For the Wrong-Eyed Jesus was filmed? Dying to know! 

Does anyone know where the opening scenes for Searching For the Wrong-Eyed Jesus was filmed? Dying to know! 

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Watching Say Anything while retouching a gorgeous wedding. This is one of my all-time favorite love scenes.

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Auckland creative studio Special Problems gets NSFW with their gorgeous new video for The Naked And Famous’ song The Sun.

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An amazing video:

" 65 Years Ago (1945) my Dad shot this film along Kalakaua Ave. in Waikiki capturing spontaneous celebrations that broke out upon first hearing news of the Japanese surrender. Kodachrome 16mm film: God Bless Kodachrome, right? There are more still images from this amazing day, in color, at discoveringhawaii.com

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Happy 4th! I love fireworks!

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Volunteer fireman (and S.V.P. of Development at Robin Hood) Mark Bezos made an inspiring speech at the TED conference that brought the house down. He exhorted his listeners, “Don’t wait until you make your first million to make a difference in somebody’s life.” Listen, be inspired, then go make a difference in someone’s life.