“Thinking in mythological terms helps to put you in accord with the inevitables of this vale of tears. You learn to recognize the positive values in what appear to be the negative moments and aspects of your life. The big question is whether you are going to be able to say a hearty yes to your adventure.”
Joseph Campbell
magictransistor:

Phenakistascope. England. 1833.

magictransistor:

Phenakistascope. England. 1833.

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themountainlaurel:

Joanna Traeger Photography

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themountainlaurel:

Ivy and Tweed

themountainlaurel:

Ivy and Tweed

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“In some respects, the ascetic too is trying to make life easy for himself, usually by completely subordinating himself to the will of another or to a comprehensive law and ritual, rather in the way the Brahman leaves absolutely nothing to his own determination, but determines himself at each minute by a holy precept. This subordination is a powerful means of becoming master over oneself; one is occupied, that is, free of boredom, and yet has no willful or passionate impulse; after a deed is completed, there is no feeling of responsibility, and therefore no agony of regret.”
Friedrich Nietzsche, Human, All Too Human

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oorequiemoo:

Tilly Losch (1907-1975)

Photographed by Emil Otto Hoppé, 1937

Long Lankin'

Miriam Backhouse

Gypsy Without A Road (1977³â)

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Miriam Backhouse - Long Lankin

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Cruel Lincoln

Sol Invictus

The Cruellest Month

Sol Invictus - Cruel Lincoln

Cruel Lincoln

Andrew King

The Amfortas Wound

Andrew King - Cruel Lincoln

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Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic (by Wolfgang.Grilz)

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