nationalgeographicdaily:

Too Young to WedHerat, AfghanistanPhoto: Stephanie Sinclair
A veil of gauze protects a patient named Zahara from flies in a burn ward in Herat, Afghanistan. Afghan women who set themselves on fire may do so to escape abuse at home, believing they will die instantly. Yet many linger on with terrible injuries.
"This dreamlike photo belies tragedy. Under the soft gauze is the hard reality of a burn ward in Afghanistan; child brides sometimes set themselves on fire to escape arranged marriages. Stephanie Sinclair’s poignant photograph speaks to her commitment to give a voice to those young women."—Chris Johns, Editor in Chief
cashcats:

this could be us but u playin

aureat:

I just want someone who will kiss me when I’m mad and lets me cry in front of them and buys me pizza and watches scary movies with me and holds my hand real tight even if it’s sweaty and thinks I’m beautiful no matter what I look like and lets me steal their sweaters so I can sleep with their smell on my skin and who laughs at the same things I do and just never lets me go, no matter how hard I try to push them away.

urbanthropologie:

obsol:

eartheld:

mostly nature

☁︎ nature ☁︎

❁
thatso90s:

when you say you love me, know I love you more

Perhaps our eyes need to be washed by our tears once in a while, so that we can see life with a clearer view again.

— Alex Tan  (via llogicas)
bvddhist:

Organic ☼ // Spiritual ☯ // Hippie ☮
thatso90s:

montage
jpa-thevillain:

http://jpa-thevillain.tumblr.com

hungriestblogger:

when i say ‘the other day’ it could mean anything from last week to 6 years ago