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psych2go:

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ohadvevo:

This is so deep I’m gonna reevaluate my life

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"Our mind is greedy; it is always after some gain, some profit, some achievement. It goes on asking, ‘What will I gain if I go to the ocean? What will I achieve if I seek samadhi or nirvana or emptiness?’ We always ask what we are going to achieve, and we never ask – which is what one should ask – ‘How did we lose ourselves in this rat race for gains and achievements?’ On the face of it, we have achieved every thing: we have achieved wealth, power, prestige, everything. And in this very pursuit we have lost ourselves; we have completely lost ourselves. We have now everything – except ourselves."

— Osho (via purplebuddhaproject)

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Good times! #AfroPunk

Good times! #AfroPunk

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notyourexrotic:

First of its kind in the world : Bharatanatyam (south Indian Classical Dance) on wheel Chairs
Innovation and revolution in the history of classical dances of India.

Yes! This is the time to arise and awake and see to believe - an innovation and revolution in the history of classical dances of India. Performing Bharatanatyam on wheel chairs and use of wheels in place of legs has taken years and hours of hard work and innovative methodology. In this unique performance, one can witness indomitable spirit of these differently abled artistes in each movement dance.

Today it is our privilege that the most respected classical dance form Bharatanatyam can be performed by disabled people on wheel chairs. The complete adavu (steps), jathi (combination of advus), thirmanams (sequence of pure rhythmic dance composed of adavu-jathis) are reinvented on wheels and these are performed with absolute precision. Wheel chairs have great advantage to perform many steps, to mention a few like rangakramana adavu (covering the stage), bhramari (spins), jaru adavu (sliding), with speed and precision. The spinning speed of a wheel chair is faster than an accomplished dancer’s spins! The speed on wheel chairs is about 100 kms/hr. They have excelled both in Nritta and Nritya.

- Ability Unlimited, a non-profit in India that teaches classical Indian dance adapted for wheelchair use as therapy. Besides Bharatanatyam they also have Bagwatgeeta, yoga, “miracle” (where the wheels spin up to 150-200 km/h), Sufi dance, martial arts, Durga, Ramayana, and a whole bunch of others.

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wonderingsf:

Selena Quintanilla Perez

Para la sad girl

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"Few are those who see with their own eyes and feel with their own hearts."

— Albert Einstein (via purplebuddhaproject)

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"Hoping for the best, prepared for the worst, and unsurprised by anything in between."

— Maya Angelou (via purplebuddhaproject)

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whitecolonialism:

Bachata Rosa
Juan Luis Guerra

This song was released in 1990 and it became a song that would define the career of Juan Luis Guerra. If you’re Dominican like myself then I’m sure you’ve heard this song before and I’m sure you admire it’s beauty as much as I do.

I grew up listening to this song in the 90s and the beauty of it still remains the same. I remember that as a child at family gatherings in the Dominican Republic this song would play in the background while the entire family shared laughs, sancocho and more laughs. Of course dancing was always an important part of family gatherings.

Listening to this song brings me back to those moments. I miss my country, I miss the Dominican Republic. 

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