Things I like and how I fill.
look-do-not-touch:

comb honey from alois dallmayr (by bionicgrrrl)

look-do-not-touch:

comb honey from alois dallmayr (by bionicgrrrl)

lolshtus:

Who Are You And What Do You Want From Me?

lolshtus:

Who Are You And What Do You Want From Me?

sirtrouble43:

Sir Trouble

sirtrouble43:

Sir Trouble

The government taxes you when you bring home a paycheck. It taxes you when you make a phone call. It taxes you when you turn on a light. It taxes you when you sell a stock. It taxes you when you fill your car with gas. It taxes you when you ride a plane. It taxes you when you get married. Then it taxes you when you die. This is taxual insanity and it must end.
J.C. Watts (1957- ) US Congressman (via philosophicalconservatism)
In Greek, “nostalgia” literally means “the pain from an old wound”. It’s a twinge in your heart, far more powerful than memory alone. This device isn’t a spaceship, it’s a time machine. It goes backwards and forwards, it takes us to a place where we ache to go again.
Don Draper, “The Wheel” (via feellng)

thehappysorceress:

georgethecat:

ryanpfeifferphotography:

We decided to go with a Star Wars theme for our sons nursery. August 2014. 

Our nursery :D

Very cute.

fatal-conceit:

Just your daily reminder that economic freedom is good.

fatal-conceit:

Just your daily reminder that economic freedom is good.

Do not let the behaviour of others destroy your inner peace.
Dalai Lama (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

For those who are not frightened by the solitude, everything will have a different taste…

In solitude, they will learn that saying ‘No’ does not always show a lack of generosity and that saying ‘Yes’ is not always a virtue.

The most important thing to remember is that inflation is not an act of God; inflation is not a catastrophe of the elements or a disease that comes like the plague. Inflation is a policy — a deliberate policy of people who resort to inflation because they consider it to be a lesser evil than unemployment. But the fact is that, in the not very long run, inflation does not cure unemployment.

Inflation is a policy. And a policy can be changed. Therefore, there is no reason to give in to inflation. If one regards inflation as an evil, then one has to stop inflating. One has to balance the budget of the government. Of course, public opinion must support this; the intellectuals must help the people to understand. Given the support of public opinion, it is certainly possible for the people’s elected representatives to abandon the policy of inflation.

We must remember that, in the long run, we may all be dead and certainly will be dead. But we should arrange our earthly affairs, for the short run in which we have to live, in the best possible way. And one of the measures necessary for this purpose is to abandon inflationary policies.

Ludwig von Mises, “Economic Policy: Thoughts for Today and Tomorrow” (via laliberty)

foulplaythoughts:

I WASN’T EXPECTING THAT

Legislators and revolutionaries who promise equality and liberty at the same time are either psychopaths or mountebanks.
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749 – 1832 ) German Novelist and Poet. (via philosophicalconservatism)