IT'S ON THE HOUSE

Oct 21

wunderkammer-der-willa:


The Párisi Udvar in Budapest, Hungary. Arcade/department store/ galleria built 1907-1913, in a mix of styles- venetian gothic, orientalism, jugendstil, renaissance.

wunderkammer-der-willa:

The Párisi Udvar in Budapest, Hungary. Arcade/department store/ galleria built 1907-1913, in a mix of styles- venetian gothic, orientalism, jugendstil, renaissance.

(via greygills)

tsukinofaerii:

tsukinofaerii:

Tweet by Joseph Fink reading: Just to play devil's advocate, here's the hateful belief I secretly hold that i want to be able to argue for without standing behind.

(Source: clickthefrog, via vaultdweller)

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Oct 19

likeafieldmouse:

Wassily Kandinsky - Untitled (1923)

likeafieldmouse:

Wassily Kandinsky - Untitled (1923)

Oct 17

“Just because your pain is understandable, doesn’t mean your behavior is acceptable.” —

Steve Maraboli, Unapologetically You: Reflections on Life and the Human Experience (via derikisu)

Keep this one in your back pocket for the next time someone acts like an ass and then tells you they’ve been through a lot of stuff. Respectful and yet still firmly keeping respect for yourself. 

(via emilyvgordon)

(Source: quotes-shape-us, via elenafisher)

calloway:


"you are not yourself," barbara kruger (1984)

calloway:

"you are not yourself," barbara kruger (1984)

(via writeroost)

Oct 16

“While improving mental health care in the U.S. is a critical goal, the researchers say, it is important to understand that improving such care will not solve the problem of gun violence in America.

"We do need better mental health care in America. An estimated 3.5 million people with serious mental illnesses are going without treatment every year," said Jeffrey W. Swanson, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the Duke University School of Medicine and lead author of the study. "But even if schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and depression were cured, our society’s problem of violence would diminish by only about 4 percent. A person with serious mental illness is far more likely to be a victim of violent crime than a perpetrator."

Mental health disorders are much more strongly linked to self-harm or suicide than to violence against others. A very small proportion of people with serious mental illness pose a threat to others, the researchers stress, and gun violence and mental illness intersect only on their margins, they said.” — Medical Xpress: Gun violence and mental illness: Study addresses perception vs. reality (via brutereason)

(via brutereason)