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art-et-musique:

Budi Satria Kwan - Nature’s Choir

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21 hours ago with 630 notes

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Everything you experience in life happens in the garden. You learn patience, you learn systems, you learn biology, you learn sex. And you learn the thing we call death may not actually be death. It may just be an energy transfer. That’s what composting is.”

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Tagged: compost

manorganic:

good4youherbals:

compost pile

That is a beautiful pile

manorganic:

good4youherbals:

compost pile

That is a beautiful pile

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3 days ago with 113 notes

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Tagged: art truth

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daughtersofdilla:

James Baldwin ‘Take This Hammer’ documentary:

‘Either we will correct what’s wrong or it will be corrected for us’

‘The only way to get through life is to know the worst things about it’

KQED’s mobile film unit follows author and activist James Baldwin in the spring of 1963, as he’s driven around San Francisco to meet with members of the local African-American community. He is escorted by Youth For Service’s Executive Director Orville Luster and intent on discovering: “The real situation of Negroes in the city, as opposed to the image San Francisco would like to present.” He declares: “There is no moral distance … between the facts of life in San Francisco and the facts of life in Birmingham. Someone’s got to tell it like it is. And that’s where it’s at.” Includes frank exchanges with local people on the street, meetings with community leaders and extended point-of-view sequences shot from a moving vehicle, featuring the Bayview and Western Addition neighborhoods. Baldwin reflects on the racial inequality that African-Americans are forced to confront and at one point tries to lift the morale of a young man by expressing his conviction that: “There will be a Negro president of this country but it will not be the country that we are sitting in now.” The TV Archive would like to thank Darryl Cox for championing the merits of this film and for his determination that it be preserved and remastered for posterity.

Respect.

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3 days ago with 37 notes

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revofthought:

Wild Food Smoothie In One Minute

Purslane, wild raspberries, aloe, and bananas.

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4 days ago with 37,133 notes

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stuckinabucket:

Uropyia meticulodina: secretly a moth

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4 days ago with 9,167 notes

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Tagged: urban tree art

noelbadgespugh:

tree detail

noelbadgespugh:

tree detail

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5 days ago with 56,792 notes

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Tagged: them and us

rosyln:

Life in Gaza

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