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  3. "The virtues praised by Homer are not moral but aesthetic. He believes in the unity of the human being defined by his style and his acts. Thus men define themselves with reference to the beautiful and the ugly, the noble and the vile, not good or evil. Or, to put it differently, the striving for the beautiful is the condition of the good."
    — Dominique Venner (via vandrare)

    (Source: counter-currents.com, via hyperb0rean)

     


  4. "To exist is to defy all that threatens you. To be a rebel is not to accumulate a library of subversive books or to dream of fantastic conspiracies or of taking to the hills. It is to make yourself your own law. To find in yourself what counts. To make sure that you’re never “cured” of your youth. To prefer to put everyone up against the wall rather than to remain supine. To pillage whatever can be converted to your law, without concern for appearance."
    — Dominique Venner  (via hyperb0rean)
     

  5. illuminatizeitgeist:

    The Daily Habits Of Highly Creative People (Infographic)

    Have you ever wondered how creative people do it, how they can make enough time in the day to eat, breathe, and make beautiful, lasting art?

    Well, the answer is that there is no single answer. The folks at Info We Trust have developed an infographic to visualize the daily routines of 16 of history’s well-known artists and polymaths, from Milton to Angelou. The information for the infographic came from Mason Currey’s book on the subject, Daily Rituals: How Artists Work.

    Each of them worked in their own way, which is a friendly reminder that if you listen to your body and do what works for you, you’re likely to give yourself a great chance to succeed, no matter what you do.

     

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  7. bloglikeaman:

    Free your mind. -B

    and your ass will follow

    (via neo-renosance)

     


  8. "Earth my body, water my blood
    Air my breath and fire my spirit"
     


  9. whigdestroyer:

    The wonderful thing about humans is that you can make all the well-researched arguments you want and then a comedian will get up on stage and go ABWUHHHH??? and say something obviously flagrantly wrong and that will make everyone believe it, because humans do not care about accuracy and will believe anything that someone of sufficiently high status tells them.

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  12. illuminatizeitgeist:

    “Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them.”

    ― Marcus Aurelius

     

  13. illuminatizeitgeist:

    “To acquire true self power you have to feel beneath no one, be immune to criticism and be fearless.”

    Deepak Chopra

     

  14. re-reblogging this for obvious reasons

    (Source: groteleur, via hyperb0rean)

     


  15. "I had learned early to assume something dark and lethal hidden at the heart of anything I loved. When I couldn’t find it, I responded, bewildered and wary, in the only way I knew how: by planting it there myself."
    — Tana French, In the Woods  (via corvidae-and-crossroads)

    (Source: seabois, via daughter-of-odin)