Fill your bowl to the brim
and it will spill.
Keep sharpening your knife
and it will blunt.
Chase after money and security
and your heart will never unclench.
Care about people's approval
and you will be their prisoner.

Do your work, then step back.
The only path to serenity.
Install Theme

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This Mexican fire opal looks like a sunset above the clouds when illuminated just right.
Image credit: Jeff Schultz

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jasinskiart:

A Name That Never Ends
Painted for “Crazy 4 Cult- Say Hi to the Bad Guy” show at Gallery 1988

jasinskiart:

A Name That Never Ends

Painted for “Crazy 4 Cult- Say Hi to the Bad Guy” show at Gallery 1988

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thenewenlightenmentage:

Magnetic Field Lines Visualized
Many people may not be aware that scientists produce graphical representations of the Sun’s magnetic field lines everyday in all of the AIA extreme ultraviolet images as well as for the HMI magnetogram image (lower right). They indicate how these field lines emerge, reach high above the Sun and connect the two magnetic poles of active regions (which appear brighter in the extreme UV images and black and white in the magnetogram image) and with other active regions as well. These images are identified as PFSS (Potential Field Source Surface) in a range of sizes under the images presented on The Sun Now section of the SDO home page. Viewers do not automatically see them unless they click on those links. We assembled a collage of four of these images to showcase what they look like. We invite you to go ahead and explore them!
Image Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory/NASA. Mission: SDO Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO)

thenewenlightenmentage:

Magnetic Field Lines Visualized

Many people may not be aware that scientists produce graphical representations of the Sun’s magnetic field lines everyday in all of the AIA extreme ultraviolet images as well as for the HMI magnetogram image (lower right). They indicate how these field lines emerge, reach high above the Sun and connect the two magnetic poles of active regions (which appear brighter in the extreme UV images and black and white in the magnetogram image) and with other active regions as well. These images are identified as PFSS (Potential Field Source Surface) in a range of sizes under the images presented on The Sun Now section of the SDO home page. Viewers do not automatically see them unless they click on those links. We assembled a collage of four of these images to showcase what they look like. We invite you to go ahead and explore them!

Image Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory/NASA. Mission: SDO Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO)

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rag & bone fall/winter 2013 campaign featuring Léa Seydoux, shot by Glen Luchford

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shakuzen:

michaeljsingh:

Dogs reacting to magic tricks the same way people do: adorably.

THIS MAKES ME SO HAPPY

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