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We are all connected; To each other, biologically. To the earth, chemically. To the rest of the universe, atomically. Not only are we in the universe, the universe is in us.
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When one dwells on objects of the senses, attachment to them grows; from attachment, desire is born; from desire comes anger; out of anger, confusion arises; through confusion, memory lapses; from lapse of memory, understanding is lost; from the loss of understanding, one is destroyed.
— Bhagavad Gita (via hierarchical-aestheticism)
Link 25 Feb 71 notes Dominatrix? a picture of my boobs? a drawing? you name it.»

greywitchknits:

my cat is fighting cancer and we dont have enough money to help him. I work full time, the vet will not set up a payment plan, weve already maxed out or care credit. he is just getting worse because were helpless. My heart is breaking seeing him like this, i cry every day. all we can afford right…

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"If it brings joy to you, it probably brings joy to your deity. Remember making your parents proud? It’s like that. You’re an extension of your deity, their hands in the world. We use many of the same terms to describe who we are to our gods; “Daughters of Isis”, “Freyja’s Dottir” “Child of God”.

Live your life as if it were an offering to your Gods, because it is a gift from them.”

— Tanisha, Devote Your Life | The Lure of Beauty. (via askalokean)
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Buddha 

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Buddha 

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If we draw the okay-to-kill line between “animal” and “plant,” we still must live with the fact that every sack of flour and every soybean-based block of tofu came from a field where countless winged and furry lives were extinguished in the plowing, cultivating, and harvest. An estimated 67 million birds die each year from pesticide exposure on U.S. farms. Butterflies, too, are universally killed on contact in larval form by the genetically modified pollen contained in most U.S. corn. Foxes, rabbits, and bobolinks are starved out of their homes or dismembered by the sickle mower. Insects are “controlled” even by organic pesticides; earthworms are cut in half by the plow. Contrary to lore, they won’t grow into two; both halves die.
To believe we can live without taking life is delusional. Humans may only cultivate nonviolence in our diets by degree. I’ve heard a Buddhist monk suggest the *number* of food-caused deaths is minimized in steak dinners, which share one death over many meals, whereas the equation is reversed for a bowl of clams.
I take my gospel from Wendell Berry, who writes “I dislike the thought that some animal has been made miserable in order to feed me. If I am going to eat meat, I want it to be from an animal that has lived a pleasant, uncrowded life outdoors, on bountiful pasture, with good water nearby and trees for shade. And I am getting almost as fussy about food plants.”
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from Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver (via navigatethestream)

Not to mention the violent exploitation of human labour that is pervasive in industrial agriculture.

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6999 Mudra by Mishel Breen on Flickr.
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We interrupt your usual schedule to bring you a very small pig descending a set of stairs.

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dystopianneopet:

Update 1/16/14

2:02am

Current progress of Diamond the Service Dog, as you can see i am a boss i reducing swelling however now that i’ve succeeded in getting the swelling down i’ve reached the point of tissue death, which means the tissues of the paw are dying. I have enough meds and isodine to last 36 hours at which point i will have to make a choice of amputation or we may get slightly lucky and only lose a few toes.   I am currently hovering at 2k in already paided vet  bills (I will have to pay my lawyer back at some point) and 2k to have the paw removed. This is just an update. I will be posting updates on under the tag #diamond the service dog if you would like to follow her progress.

If you would like to donate to her operation

hyperlink not working copy paste this http://www.gofundme.com/69hdf4

PLEASE HELP. This is not just any dog, but a friend’s service dog in need. If you cannot donate, please signal boost! 

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This is Winchester AKA Winnie.Winnie is a young little she-kitty that I adopted from a family who intended to have her put down, because they could not keep her and thought they would have a hard time finding her another home.

Why? you ask, because Winnie suffers…


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