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shez-a-bitch:

journey-to-the-west:

asean-community:

ASEAN CommunityHmong college graduate and his proud father, Nan Province, Thailand

A poor farmer supported his son finished college.On the graduation day, the son said his father is his biggest pride.


This. Never forget our roots and the sacrifices of our parents and ancestors.

this did bring a tear to my eyes….too sweet

shez-a-bitch:

journey-to-the-west:

asean-community:

ASEAN Community
Hmong college graduate and his proud father, Nan Province, Thailand

A poor farmer supported his son finished college.
On the graduation day, the son said his father is his biggest pride.

This. Never forget our roots and the sacrifices of our parents and ancestors.

this did bring a tear to my eyes….too sweet

(Source: dek-d.com, via i-used-to-love-her)

5 months ago

I hid my deepest feelings so well I forgot where I placed them. Amy Tan, Saving Fish From Drownin   (via calmitate)

(Source: cartographe, via digdaga)

illegahl:

Ice Circles- Mostly observed in Scandinavia and North America they are thin, circular slabs that rotate slowly in the water. Most commonly they are compared to crop circles and are associated with aliens. Scientists have proven that ice circles are created by a rising mass of warm water swirling in a circular pattern due to the earths rotation. It is crazy what things the earth can whip up.

illegahl:

Ice Circles- Mostly observed in Scandinavia and North America they are thin, circular slabs that rotate slowly in the water. Most commonly they are compared to crop circles and are associated with aliens. Scientists have proven that ice circles are created by a rising mass of warm water swirling in a circular pattern due to the earths rotation. It is crazy what things the earth can whip up.

(via villenoire)

7 months ago

I said never apologize for how you feel. No one can control how they feel. The sun doesn’t apologize for being the sun. The rain doesn’t say sorry for falling. Feelings just are. Iain S. Thomas, Intentional Dissonance (via villere)

(Source: thenineteenthsecond, via adaperio)