finding beauty in the dissonance
victoriousvocabulary:

GLEDE
[noun]
1. burning coal; an ember.
2. cinder.
Etymology: from Old English glēd. Not to be confused with Glede the bird of prey.
[Talbot Hughes - Cinderella]

victoriousvocabulary:

GLEDE

[noun]

1. burning coal; an ember.

2. cinder.

Etymology: from Old English glēd. Not to be confused with Glede the bird of prey.

[Talbot Hughes - Cinderella]

breakinq:

following back tons

breakinq:

following back tons

victoriousvocabulary:

CALLIDEMON
[noun]
beautiful demon; beautiful spirit.
Etymology: from Greek calli, from kalós, “beautiful” + demon, from daímōn, “dispenser, god, protective spirit”. Not to be confused with calodemon though they are derived from the same root words.
[Eric Fortune - The Demon Haunted World]

victoriousvocabulary:

CALLIDEMON

[noun]

beautiful demon; beautiful spirit.

Etymology: from Greek calli, from kalós, “beautiful” + demon, from daímōn, “dispenser, god, protective spirit”. Not to be confused with calodemon though they are derived from the same root words.

[Eric Fortune - The Demon Haunted World]

My idea of zen

My idea of zen

literatureismyutopia:

Happy Birthday, Leo Tolstoy! (September 9, 1828)

literatureismyutopia:

Happy Birthday, Leo Tolstoy! (September 9, 1828)