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Michael Caine is always classy

Michael Caine is always classy

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It seems to me that we have made God a being instead of Being itself. Both John Duns Scotus and Thomas Aquinas said “Deus est Ens,” or “God is existence itself.” That is the first name of God in the Book of Exodus (3:14), which could rightly be translated “I am Am-ness,” or perhaps as Acts of the Apostles puts it: “God is the one in whom we live, and move, and have our being” (17:28).

Being, or naked existence, is the one thing that we all are a part of. It seems the essential religious problem is that human beings suffer almost universally from a massive case of mistaken identity about their radical union with God. If we can break away from the illusion of our separateness then the rest follows rather clearly, and we can reconnect with our core identity. We are each a manifestation of that Universal and Divine Being, which then takes the form of angels, humans, animals, trees, water, and Earth itself. Until we recognize that inherent and shared sacredness, we have no philosophical or compelling basis for nonviolence.

— Richard Rohr (via wordslessspoken)

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Knew it.

Knew it.

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collegehumor:

Pitbull Morphs into Pitbull on Animorphs Cover

I see Pitbull lacks imagination in his morphing as well as his music.

collegehumor:

Pitbull Morphs into Pitbull on Animorphs Cover

I see Pitbull lacks imagination in his morphing as well as his music.

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"I’m so tired of being tired
sure as night follows day,
most things I worry about
never happen anyway.”
-Tom Petty

"I’m so tired of being tired

sure as night follows day,

most things I worry about

never happen anyway.”

-Tom Petty

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Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., bitches./John Greenleaf Whittier 


Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., bitches.

/John Greenleaf Whittier 

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LINE BLOCK

Such a cruel tetris god. 

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