50-shades-of-thorin:

holmes-sweet-holmes:

When the sea’s and mountain’s fall. And we come to end of days.          In the dark I hear a call calling me there. I will go there.

                                        And back again.

I JUST CRIED


jedavu:

Cleverly Positioned Sketchbook Drawings That Interact with Each Other

French art director and cartoonist David Troquier aka ‘troqman‘ creates drawings on separate sketchbooks and then cleverly put them together in a way that make it seem like they are actually interacting with each other.


itsjustaswell:

runningtothefinish:

blondegirlfit:

clype:

He gets it.

actually so powerful

praise this post

what doesn’t this man get right..seriously.


oodwhovian:

Doctor Who good. Outside bad.


comealongpondd:

Doctor Who: On Set With Billie Piper (2004) featuring Christopher Eccleston and John Barrowman

and butts

brainpickings.org
brainpickings.org

wlovepierce:

If you aren’t following @StatsBritain you aren’t doing Twitter right.


brahmbaer:

shwaas:

Ganpati Bappa Morya!

Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated on the birthday of Lord Ganesha (son of Shiva and Parvati). This festival normally lasts for 10 days, with the last day called Anant Chaturdashi.

Legend says that Lord Ganesha was a boy created by goddess Parvati. Parvati created Ganesha out of sandalwood paste and then breathed life into the figure. She then set him to stand guard at her door while she bathed. When Lord Shiva came, Ganesha didn’t allow him to enter. Enraged, Lord Shiva himself attacked Ganesha and cut his head off.  When Parvati returned, she was furious to see her son dead. She demanded her son back. Lord Shiva then hunted the forests in search of a head when he finally came across a dead baby elephant. So he took the head of that elephant and placed it on the boy. He was now known as Ganesha or Vighnahartaa (obstacle-averter).

It is believed that Lord Ganesh bestows his presence on earth for all his devotees during this festival. Ganesha is commonly worshipped as the god of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune and is prayers are offered at the beginning of anything new or at the start of travel. He is commonly seen on a mouse - his vehicle, carrying a hibiscus flower and eating modak - his favourite sweet!


Twamev Mata cha Pita twamev I
Twamev bandhusch sakha twamev II
Twamev Vidhya dravinam twamev I
Twamev sarwam mam dev dev II