end of discussion

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Hyundai Card Travel Library - Wonderwall

This amazing library and cafe interior in South Korea is a celebration of fractured geometry and irregular forms. It has been designed to communicate the diversity of both the information it exhibits and the people who visit it; a point that is partially accentuated by the collection of chairs sourced from around the world that line the table in the cafe area… envisioned by its designers as the spot where people meet and cultures collide. The staircase that jaggedly winds its way up the centre of the space is fantastic too. 

See more at: ArchDaily

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Before you go to sleep, 

  • wudhu
  • dust bedding
  • Al-mulk
  • Ayat Al-Kursi
  • Dhikr
  • Fajr Alarm
  • Shahada
  • sleeping duaa
  • Right side
  • hand under cheek
  • clean heart 
  • Forgive and forget

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dead and gone

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ya hes cute…….but is he conscientious of the social inequalities and corruption in hierarchies of power that plague this world

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  • when people use my name in conversation
  • when people say “this reminded me of you!”
  • when people remember little things i say/do
  • when people genuinely thank me for things i’ve done for them
  • when i think of the same thing at the same time as someone else and you give each other the look

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me to westerners:

omg you take your husband’s name after marriage? that’s so oppressive. so you’re like his property? he can do anything he wants with you? *whispers* is it a religion thing?

you put your parents in senior homes? that’s so backwards and heartless. is it a cultural thing?



Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.

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The sense of being between cultures has been very, very strong for me. I would say that’s the single strongest strand running through my life: the fact that I’m always in and out of things, and never really of anything for very long.

Edward W. Said, Power, Politics and Culture (via rabbrakha)

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Perhaps ‘random’ is one way to describe her, but let me tell you why: She’s got all these thoughts but has nowhere to put them. She barely talked to anyone—or to be more precise, they barely talked to her—that’s why her thoughts are scattered and spilling and unorganized. One moment, she’s talking about a cheesecake recipe, the next she’s asking you why the human race craves violence.

the wide-eyed girl in teal shorts, Nikka Bayaborda

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