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❁ Hippie // Spiritual // Nature blog ❁
i never run voluntarily so if u ever see me running you should start running too bc something is coming
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I’ll be fine, I’ll run and hide. #basement #basementuk (at Heart And Soul Tattoo)
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Burned Out by Urs Fischer (Website)
this is incredibly dope
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The environmental impact of oysters, in one photo
The water in both tanks came from the same source. The one on the right has bivalves. Not only do oysters naturally filter the waters in which they live, they can even protect humans from destructive hurricanes. For more, read about New York’s efforts to bring back oyster populations in the once-toxic Hudson River.
Delicious AND helpful. Who knew?
(photo via Steve Vilnit on Twitter)
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This is actually reaaaallly cute.
This is actually the best polar bear photo set ever.
— Steve Irwin (1962 - 2006)
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What Life Is Like When You’re Born on a Commune
My parents spent the 1970s on communes: first, a shared house in Boulder; after that, a “self-realization fellowship” in Paonia, Colorado; then the Spring Hollow farm in Tennessee, with a dozen other couples. They were out to save the world, or at least themselves. Peace, love, and understanding. After several successful years, my family moved, with Spring Hollow, to the Farm. With a population of about 1,500 at its peak, The Farm was the largest commune in the U.S.. Founded by Stephen Gaskin in 1971, it still hosts a premiere midwifery school run by Stephen’s wife, Ina May Gaskin, whose book Spiritual Midwifery remains a standard for those seeking an alternative to hospital births.
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