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    " Albertine avait pour toutes ces choses un goût bien plus vif que la duchesse, parce que, comme tout obstacle apporté à une possession (telle pour moi la maladie qui me rendait les voyages si difficiles et si désirables), la pauvreté, plus généreuse que l’opulence, donne aux femmes bien plus que…

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    "The refusal to feel takes a heavy toll. Not only is there an impoverishment of our emotional and sensory life, flowers are dimmer and less fragrant, our loves less ecstatic, but this psychic numbing also impedes our capacity to process and respond to information. The energy expended in pushing down despair is diverted from more creative uses, depleting the resilience and imagination needed for fresh visions and strategies."
    Joanna Macy (via wildisms)

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    "We need to stop pitting girls against each other. We need to stop giving validation to novels and films that fetishize girls who say they “aren’t like other girls” as if there’s something inherently wrong with being a girl. We need to stop perpetuating the fallacy of the mythical “other girls” who all fit some made up stereotype that we teach our girls to be afraid of because “the right guys” don’t actually like “that kind of girl”. “That kind of girl” doesn’t exist, because girls are people and not objects that come in bulk."
    Megan Emanuel  (via pro-choice-princess)

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    Dolce Gabbana ss14 + hair colors | inspired by (+)

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    Clouds by Frederic Edwin Church part II.

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    "Between what is said and not meant, and what is meant and not said, most of love is lost."
    Khalil Gibran   (via thatkindofwoman)

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