Saturday, July 26, 2014
poboh:

Ludwig Dettmann (German, 1865-1944), Bei den Wasserrosen im Moor, 1897.

poboh:

Ludwig Dettmann (German, 1865-1944), Bei den Wasserrosen im Moor, 1897.

This one seems like the most interesting one I've seen.

  • America: What is your favourite place to eat?
  • Australia: Do you have any quirks when speaking?
  • Austria: What kind of person do you wish to be?
  • Belarus: Is there anyone you love? Family, friends, romantic interest?
  • Belgium: What do you think of your siblings?
  • Botswana: Do you like to sing? Why or why not?
  • Bulgaria: Who do you consider close to you?
  • Cameroon: Describe your culture.
  • Canada: Favourite wintertime activity?
  • China: What was the best moment of your life?
  • Cuba: What sort of grudges do you hold if any?
  • Cyprus: What hands-on activities do you like (drawing, carving, building, etc.)?
  • Denmark: Do you wish for something of your past?
  • Egypt: Do you stand up for what you believe in? How?
  • England: Are you controlling?
  • Estonia: Do you think people often misunderstand you?
  • Finland: What do you prefer, kindness, sternness, or apathy?
  • France: How do you show love for those you care for?
  • Germania: What is the hardest thing you have ever had to do?
  • Germany: Do you have a hard time forgiving yourself?
  • Ghana: What is our favourite sport?
  • Greece: Do you let other help you when in need?
  • Hungary: Who is the person you trust most?
  • Hutt River: What is the most memorable dream or nightmare you have had?
  • Hong Kong: Do you fear death?
  • Iceland: Do you hide your real personality? Why?
  • India: How important is family to you?
  • Japan: Tell us a secret about yourself.
  • Kenya: What is your favourite wild animal?
  • Korea: What is one thing you accomplished by yourself?
  • Kugelmugel: Is there anyone you have a love-hate relationship with?
  • Latvia: Do you believe you are brave?
  • Ladonia: What is the internet site you visit most often?
  • Liechtenstein: How do people underestimate you most often?
  • Lithuania: Do you desire power?
  • Macau: What is your favourite festival or celebration?
  • Molossia: Do you consider yourself strong?
  • Monaco: Do you think you are a lucky person?
  • New Zealand: Would you rather be an elf, dwarf, Hobbit, or wizard?
  • North Italy: What is your least favourite part of your personality?
  • Norway: What was the most disappointing time in your life?
  • Netherlands: Most generous thing someone has done for you?
  • Poland: Hardest thing you have gone through?
  • Prussia: Would you prefer to live forever or die alone?
  • Roman Empire: How would you like to be remembered?
  • Romania: What is something you are very ashamed of?
  • Russia: Have you ever suffered from low self esteem? Do you still?
  • Sealand: Who is your best friend?
  • Seborga: What is your favourite beverage?
  • Seychelles: How do you handle people being rude to you?
  • South Italy: What is your favourite part of your personality?
  • Spain: What would you tell to the person or people you hurt most if you had a second chance?
  • Sweden: Are you a leader, follower, or independent?
  • Switzerland: Would you consider yourself evil, good, or neutral?
  • Thailand: How good is your poker face?
  • Tibet: What do you value most?
  • Taiwan: What do you think of the people or person who raised you?
  • Turkey: Would you ever want children?
  • Uganda: How would you like others to see you?
  • Ukraine: What is one thing that has made you stronger in life?
  • Vietnam: What is something you are proud of about yourself?
  • Wy: What kind of art do you like?
  • Zimbabwe: Who is your favourite character from any folklore?
Friday, July 25, 2014

(Source: lacoste)

I cannot discover God in myself and myself in others unless I have the courage to face myself exactly as I am, with all my limitations, and to accept others as they are, with all their limitations. The religious answer is not religion if it is not fully real. Thomas Merton, quoted in this a radio pilgrimage to L’Arche. (via beingblog)
urgetocreate:

Georges Seurat “The Pont de Corbevoie” 1886

urgetocreate:

Georges Seurat “The Pont de Corbevoie” 1886

urgetocreate:


Rockwell Kent, “December 8, 1941”, Oil on canvas

urgetocreate:

Rockwell Kent, “December 8, 1941”, Oil on canvas

(Source: cloveremoji)

danielodowd:

buchowski

alexander-burton:

Here are some phone pics of my sleeping arrangement for the past few days (living outdoors is the best)

rhapsodizemusic:

I’m definitely a sunrise person.