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technoccult:

Bonnie Ware spent many years working in palliative care, nursing patients in the final weeks of their lives. She shares what she says were the five most common regrets of the dying.

Dying by Alex Grey

1. I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.

2. I…

olias:

this is a very good analogy
on tumblr you can idealize yourself, show yourself as who you would exactly like to be. not necessarily saying that your real life self has to be any less great, just more humble, different.

olias:

this is a very good analogy

on tumblr you can idealize yourself, show yourself as who you would exactly like to be. not necessarily saying that your real life self has to be any less great, just more humble, different.

AMORE

BEYOND ANY HURTFUL FEELING, IT IS WHAT LOVE IS. HOW DOES IT GET MASTERED?. . SO MANY FEELINGS TOGETHER IN ONE. WHEN IT HURTS, IS IT SOMETHING FROM DEEP LOVE, OR IS IT SOMETHING OF HATE? IF I KNEW WHAT DEATH WAS LIKE, I WOULD COMPARE LOVE TO THAT.

IF ONLY LOVE WAS PERFECT, PERHAPS IT IS, OUR NATURE IS NOT. NO, NATURE IS PERFECT, OUR FAITH IS NOT.

allisonweiss:
Get to know this name, Amelia Fraser-McKelvie

ichrider:

sciencelibrary:

‘Missing Mass’ of the universe found by a 22 year old undergraduate student.  Google her name, and you will get lots of other stories about the breakthrough as well.

Picture from Science Daily.

Decided not to use the quote from NPR, but it still links to a short story about her, which is ok.

I would like to point out that an ENGINEERING student solved the problem.  I’m just saying…