Love With Urgency But Not With Haste



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heyfunniest:

World Pup 2014

94834 notes / Saturday, July 12, 2014 / 11:54 pm

unhistorical:

The Madonna of the Roses (1903) & Pieta (1876), William Adolphe-Bouguereau  

31941 notes / Saturday, July 12, 2014 / 11:47 pm

distinguishedcompany:

betype:
Leslie Hill

distinguishedcompany:

betype:

Leslie Hill

3842 notes / Saturday, July 12, 2014 / 11:41 pm

burdge:


"You want me to tell Uncle Harry that it was YOU that blew up the broom shed? DO YOU?"

i grew up in a big family, the weak don’t survive

burdge:

"You want me to tell Uncle Harry that it was YOU that blew up the broom shed? DO YOU?"

i grew up in a big family, the weak don’t survive

21708 notes / Saturday, July 12, 2014 / 11:41 pm

152815 notes / Saturday, July 12, 2014 / 11:40 pm

thegetty:

“In the Byzantine Empire, as today, rings exchanged during the marriage rite witnessed a couple’s legitimate union. Three rings were associated with this rite of passage: one ring for engagement and two for marriage. The bezels were decorated with images and words of symbolic importance or inscribed with the names of the couple. In Greek Orthodox custom, following the Byzantine tradition, the ring is worn on the right, or “correct” hand, related to the acceptability of the marriage through an ancient rite of the clasping of the right hands.”

Put a Ring On It

Engagement Ring with a Greek Inscription, about A.D. 1175–1300. Gold and enamel, 1 3/16 in. diam. Image courtesy of the National Archaeological Museum, Athens

1088 notes / Saturday, July 12, 2014 / 11:14 pm

allthingseurope:

Castle Miramare, Italy (by Domen Jakus)

allthingseurope:

Castle Miramare, Italy (by Domen Jakus)

4771 notes / Thursday, July 10, 2014 / 2:53 pm

biromanticmargaery:

inspired by (x)

biromanticmargaery:

inspired by (x)

82 notes / Thursday, July 10, 2014 / 2:53 pm

darkryemag:

The DARK RYE Guide to (Pretty Much Western) Art History by Neal Pollack

Despite its exciting origins at the hands of terrified and superstitious French cave dwellers, and despite the fact that most artists are completely wackadoo, art history is pretty boring, not to mention long. We at Dark Rye can’t do much about the length, but we’d like to help take care of the boredom. Join us on this enlightening journey through the many ages of art, minus a couple of the duller ones like Mannerism and Neoclassicism. When you’re done, maybe you’ll swap out your old college Starry Night poster for something a little less clichéd…

7590 notes / Thursday, July 10, 2014 / 1:05 am

atay-aletheia:

I so called this from like Monday

atay-aletheia:

I so called this from like Monday

190 notes / Thursday, July 10, 2014 / 12:59 am

6967 notes / Thursday, July 10, 2014 / 12:55 am

I don’t want a lukewarm love. I want it to burn my lips and engulf my soul.

Woori (via honeysighs)
68785 notes / Thursday, July 10, 2014 / 12:54 am

42 notes / Thursday, July 10, 2014 / 12:53 am

sollertias:

Portrait de Elisabeth-Charlotte de Bavière, la princesse palatine by François de Troy, date unknown (detail)

sollertias:

Portrait de Elisabeth-Charlotte de Bavière, la princesse palatine by François de Troy, date unknown (detail)

725 notes / Wednesday, July 09, 2014 / 11:44 am

Love is the fundamental and innate vocation of every human being.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church (via you-before-me)
430 notes / Wednesday, July 09, 2014 / 11:43 am