This will be dust

Reminders of impermanence...
banallequinesports:

‘’ Naturally, neither physiologically, nor anatomically, nor psychologically has a single horse EVER desired to have someone sit on its spine and spinal cord brain, to disturb the natural biomechanics of her movements, her natural organic balance, equilibrium and feeling of freedom. ‘’-Alexander Nevzorov

banallequinesports:

‘’ Naturally, neither physiologically, nor anatomically, nor psychologically has a single horse EVER desired to have someone sit on its spine and spinal cord brain, to disturb the natural biomechanics of her movements, her natural organic balance, equilibrium and feeling of freedom. ‘’
-Alexander Nevzorov

(via vegancatinist)

neuromorphogenesis:

Multitasking

From maintaining a course-load with multiple subjects to completing various projects and papers all at one, every college student knows that there’s never just one thing to do at a time. If you’re the type of student who works on multiple assignments while simultaneously eating dinner and watching television, you’re not alone. Everybody multitasks, but what most people don’t realize is that, in fact, multitasking doesn’t work. Studies show that only about 2% of people are capable of effectively multitasking, but that doesn’t stop the remaining 98% of people from trying. And with today’s technology, everyone multitasks more than ever—from using smartphones in class to tablets while watching television, there are always multiple things to be doing at one time. While multitasking may make you feel like you’re accomplishing more things in less time, in actuality trying to multitask does more harm than good: It reduces productivity, and even lowers your IQ. Things like texting while studying or watching TV while working on a paper can have a huge effect on your academic success, so next time you’re tempted to multitask while doing schoolwork, remember that if you really want to get something done right, multitasking is probably not your best route.

Infographic by Online College.

(via we-are-star-stuff)

There are two reasons why people don’t talk about things; either it doesn’t mean anything to them, or it means everything

Luna Adriana (via silly-luv)

(Source: silly-luv, via soulful-kitty)

genderedboy:

"Why do you want this job?"

Because under capitalism I am forced to sell my labor in order to subsist.

(via dilemmagoldman)

Each galaxy, star, or person is the temporary owner of particles that have passed through the births and deaths of entities across vast reaches of time and space. The particles that make us have traveled billions of years across the universe; long after we and our planet are gone, they will be a part of other worlds.

Neil Shubin, Your Inner Fish: A Journey into the 3.5-Billion-Year History of the Human Body (via thedragoninmygarage)

(via sagansense)

If you trade your authenticity for safety, you may experience the following: anxiety, depression, eating disorders, addiction, rage, blame, resentment, and inexplicable grief.
~Brené Brown

Humans have enormous power to affect the world any way we choose. Daily, we silence sentience in innumerable animals. However, we also know that we’re not the only sentient creatures with feelings, and with this knowledge comes the enormous responsibility and obligation to treat other beings with respect, appreciation, compassion, and love.

The Emotional Lives of Animals: A Leading Scientist Explores Animal Joy, Sorrow, and Empathy - and Why They Matter 

by Marc Bekoff

(via animalsandtrees)

All other beings, not just the ones that will let you put a collar on them.

(via acti-veg)

(via vegancatinist)