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My Beautiful Sisters & oKay Brothers

#BeforeAndAfter I hope you like it, what do you think. It is 20’s inspired.
Jun 3, 2014

#BeforeAndAfter I hope you like it, what do you think. It is 20’s inspired.

May 29, 2014
Haha this is hilarious 
#ProcrastinationAtItsFinest 
#procrastinate #lazy
May 8, 2014

Haha this is hilarious
#ProcrastinationAtItsFinest
#procrastinate #lazy

#ReadOn My favorite Hobby, 

#TheTruthOfTheMatter #AndrewKlavan
May 5, 2014

#ReadOn My favorite Hobby,

#TheTruthOfTheMatter #AndrewKlavan

#MathJokes #Nerd #MathLovers
Mar 24, 2014

#MathJokes #Nerd #MathLovers

Mar 24, 2014 / 2 notes

BEGGARS: THRICE

All you great men of power, you who boast of your feats -
Politicians and entrepreneurs.
Can you safeguard your breath in the night while you sleep?
Keep your heart beating steady and sure?
As you lie in your bed, does the thought haunt your head
That you’re really, rather small?
If there’s one thing I know in this life: we are beggars all.

All you champions of science and rulers of men,
Can you summon the sun from its sleep?
Does the earth seek your counsel on how fast to spin?
Can you shut up the gates of the deep?
Don’t you know that all things hang, as if by a string,
O’er the darkness - poised to fall?
If there’s one thing I know in this life: we are beggars all.

All you big shots that swagger and stride with conceit,
Did you devise how your frame would be formed?
If you’d be raised in a palace, or live out in the streets,
Did you choose the place or the hour you’d be born?
Tell me what can you claim? Not a thing - not your name!
Tell me if you can recall just one thing,
That’s not a gift in this life?

Can you hear what’s been said?
Can you see now that everything’s grace after all?
If there’s one thing I know in this life: we are beggars all.

Oct 2, 2013 / 1,396 notes

tedx:

What do dolphins do for fun? They make underwater vortexes, of course.

Diver and dolphin lover Scott Gass was working at Sea World in Orlando, FL, when he noticed something interesting: One of the youngest dolphins, a female named Calypso, had discovered a new game. She had learned to create giant, malleable bubble rings (technically air-injected, torus-shaped vortexes) that she could push around, swim through, pop, and spin like a wheel.

This was an amazing feat, one that Scott and his colleagues call “walking on the moon rare” for dolphins, documented in only a handful of dolphin populations in the world. But for Gass, the most fascinating thing about the bubble rings was that Calypso wasn’t the only dolphin who started blowing bubble rings — adults from across the pod watched the youngster and joined in.

In a talk you just must watch,
Gass gives us the story behind this wonderful dolphin-bubble-creation, with mesmerizing footage of Sea World’s dolphins playing with their homemade bubble vortexes. (It’s super cute. Trust us.) He even provides some deeper meaning, taking a cue from his dolphins to remind us that you’re never too old to learn from the young. Here’s Gass at TEDxOrlando:

(Photos — Top: Simon Griegg (xrr); Middle: Scott Gass; Bottom: Colorado_Al)

 
 
 

"This concept has been in my head lately… There is so much we could learn from other whether young or old if only we have an open mind. It is also a blessing to see things in people’s perspective. By observing and questioning.

I’m amazed. “

Ivonne v.

Las Vegas!!!
Aug 20, 2012 / 2 notes

Las Vegas!!!