Children in India arrive by bus in an attempt to set the world record for the largest gathering of people dressed as Gandhi.
Via: This Isn’t Happiness
Pink Kunzite [w/Quartz & Albite]
Heals Emotions Creates Loving Relationships
Kunzite Crystal is a high vibration stone that encourages the energy of love to fill your life. These stones are strong healing crystals for the emotions, and create loving relationships, as your life fills with love on all levels.
This light pink crystal has an energy that it aids you to resonate with love… including being able to experience the love of the Great Divine spirit.
This stone has strong metaphysical properties that aid you to lift your mood and to help you to heal emotional problems, such as anxiety and stress. Its vibration helps you to heal emotional problems as you release negative feelings and relieve panic and fear.
This pink stone encourages you to open yourself to unconditional love. You may balance your emotions and feel more open and trusting… when you allow this vibration to help you to open yourself to love on all levels… including self love.
It aids love within relationships and with close friends and family, love of nature and of animals and Divine love.
The energy of this lovely pink crystal is very heart based…. and the vibration of the Pink Kunzite Crystal will open the heart in many ways.
Special shoutout to Fla. Governor Rick Scott for cutting early voting down a couple of days in order to prevent Floridians from voting. It may have taken me six hours to cast my vote today, but I stuck it out despite your malevolent efforts.
Rap Coloring Book on Twitter.
Genius. Also, I can only spot three differences and it’s driving me crazy.
Asher Roth, Hot Wangs
Leave it to iTunes to remind you of the time you played the hell out of an Asher Roth mixtape without an ounce of shame.
Sean Connery and Sam Shaw, London, 1966.
Joseph Kosuth, Titled (Art as Idea as Idea) The Word “Definition”, 1966-68
From The Museum of Modern Art:
Kosuth has said that “art is making meaning,” and in his work he investigates the ways in which art-making is tied to language. This work is part of a series based on definitions clipped from dictionary entries for words including “art,” “chair,” “meaning,” or, in this reflexive example, “definition.” Kosuth considers the work of art to be the definition of the given word, but for the purpose of presentation he asks that his original cut-out dictionary entry be photographically enlarged to a specific dimension each time the work is exhibited. This Photostat is the first realization of this work, fabricated in 1968, and as such it is shown here as a historical document.
“Vive Paris”, Vogue Italia, February 1992
Photographer : Steven Meisel
Model : Christy Turlington