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mortisia:

David Icke

mortisia:

David Icke

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You’re not a bad person for the ways you tried to kill your sadness.
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panzertron:

Биопсихоз - “Нас / Нет”

There is nothing more frustrating, and sometimes frightening, than feeling pain and not being able to describe or explain it to someone. It doesn’t matter if it’s physical pain or emotional pain. When we can’t find the right words to explain our painful experiences to others, we often feel alone and scared. Some of us may even feel anger or rage or act out. Eventually, many of us shut down and either live silently with the pain, or in cases where we can’t, accept someone else’s definition of what we are feeling simply out of the desperate need to find some remedy.
Brene Brown  (via wanduring)
queencoachella:

The pain destroys you, twisting your mind to go against everything you ever believed in. You become a monster.

queencoachella:

The pain destroys you, twisting your mind to go against everything you ever believed in. You become a monster.

leandraholmes:

We have a great saying in German when people are saying or doing something stupid: 

"Herr, wirf Hirn vom Himmel!"

"Lord, throw some brains from the heavens." 

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LAUDANUM

[noun]

also known as Tincture of Opium; an alcoholic herbal preparation containing approximately 10% powdered opium by weight (the equivalent of 1% morphine). It is reddish-brown in colour and extremely bitter to the taste. Laudanum contains almost all of the opium alkaloids, including morphine and codeine. A potent narcotic by virtue of its high morphine concentration, laudanum was historically used to treat a variety of ailments, but its principal use was as an analgesic (given its high concentration of morphine, it has the capacity for treating moderate to severe pain) and cough suppressant. Adverse effects of laudanum are generally the same as with morphine, and include euphoria, dysphoria, pruritis, sedation, constipation, reduced tidal volume, respiratory depression, as well as psychological dependence, physical dependence, miosis, and xerostomia.

victoriousvocabulary:

bunny & books 

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bunny & books