“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch The trade winds in your sails. Explore, Dream, Discover.”
Arriving at Portland Hospital on the occasion of his son Sulaiman’s birth
Bosnian man making opanke (traditional Balkan shoes) in Bosna-Hercegovina
What are your instagram usernames?
Mine is: zahraaalam :)
you broke the ocean in
half to be here
only to meet nothing that wants you.
The kitten apocalypse
I choose death by little orange kitties
Chaos isn’t a pit, chaos is a pant leg. The climb is all there is.
I’m not sure how to lable this. Its to adorable to call scary, but if they turned into ravage killers no one would shoot them.I feel the kitten on the floor is a good representation on how I feel I’m doing at life. I have no idea what I’m doing or what is going on but somehow looking in vaguely the right direction.
I Live Under Your Sky Too is a massive (32-feet wide) installation by artist Shilpa Gupta, erected by the sea on Carter Road in Bandra, Mumbai.
The installation features the text “I live under your sky too” written in three languages — English, Hindi and Urdu — using LED lights with the individual words intermixed. The lights go on and off, highlighting the sentence in each language alternately. Read between the lines and the message is one of religious, national, political, class, and gender harmony.