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    "The spiritual journey is individual, highly personal. It can’t be organized or regulated. It isn’t true that everyone should follow one path. Listen to your own truth."
    — 2 years ago with 311 notes

    lucypaw:

    Ooops.  Hypocrisy as usual.  Carry on.

    (Source: theamericankid)

    — 2 years ago with 91328 notes
    
Never judge a book by its cover.

    Never judge a book by its cover.

    (Source: lost-teddy, via foursummersago)

    — 2 years ago with 211904 notes
    Waiting for the tram at the Getty Museum

    Waiting for the tram at the Getty Museum

    — 2 years ago
    "

    I pray in words. I pray in poems. I want to learn to pray through breathing, through dreams and sleeplessness, through love and renunciation.

    I pray through snow that falls outside the window.

    I pray with the tears that do not end.

    "
    Anna Kamienska (via creativedreadhead)

    (via inhabitude)

    — 2 years ago with 95 notes
    helloyoucreatives:

Go on now get lost.
smart HELPS DRIVERS TO ‘GET LOST’ smart, the innovative automotive brand, has unveiled a smartphone app that invites drivers to take an adventurous and fun road trip in their smart and ‘get lost’.  The app uses location-based technology to pinpoint the driver’s location and suggest a randomly generated place of interest for them to visit. The user is able to set the travel distance and then receives step-by-step directions to the destination via GPS. Destinations are randomly delivered using the local business search engine Yelp and range from Leeds Castle to a cupcake Museum. The user can set different modes.  In ‘extreme’ mode the driver won’t know where they are going until they arrive, but there is also a more cautious ‘moderate’ mode which offers drivers five different places to chose from. The app also encourages users to share their adventure with their friends via Facebook and on smart’s UK Facebook page – facebook.com/smartcarUK. David George, Marketing Director, Mercedes-Benz Passenger Cars said: “We know smart owners enjoy spontaneity and the ‘get lost’ app will encourage this by giving them the chance to enjoy a truly impulsive experience in their car.  We hope many smart drivers will ‘get lost’ in an exciting smart adventure.” The smart ‘get lost’ app is available on iPhone and Android devices and has been created by creative brand participation agency Weapon7. Daniel Bowers at Weapon7, said: “smart owners are free-spirited, unencumbered and more likely to set off on an impromptu adventure. The ‘get lost’ app is a way to bring the adventurous and independent spirit of smart to life for loyal and prospective smart owners.” The ‘get lost’ app is available free now through the Apple App store and Android marketplace, to all smart fans. Link to app in iTunes:http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/smart-get-lost/id461777228?mt=8 Link to app in Android market place:https://market.android.com/details?id=com.grppl.android.shell.CMBsmart&feature=search_result  

    helloyoucreatives:

    Go on now get lost.

    smart HELPS DRIVERS TO ‘GET LOST’
     
    smart, the innovative automotive brand, has unveiled a smartphone app that invites drivers to take an adventurous and fun road trip in their smart and ‘get lost’.
     
    The app uses location-based technology to pinpoint the driver’s location and suggest a randomly generated place of interest for them to visit. The user is able to set the travel distance and then receives step-by-step directions to the destination via GPS. Destinations are randomly delivered using the local business search engine Yelp and range from Leeds Castle to a cupcake Museum.
     
    The user can set different modes.  In ‘extreme’ mode the driver won’t know where they are going until they arrive, but there is also a more cautious ‘moderate’ mode which offers drivers five different places to chose from. The app also encourages users to share their adventure with their friends via Facebook and on smart’s UK Facebook page – facebook.com/smartcarUK.
     
    David George, Marketing Director, Mercedes-Benz Passenger Cars said: “We know smart owners enjoy spontaneity and the ‘get lost’ app will encourage this by giving them the chance to enjoy a truly impulsive experience in their car.  We hope many smart drivers will ‘get lost’ in an exciting smart adventure.”
     
    The smart ‘get lost’ app is available on iPhone and Android devices and has been created by creative brand participation agency Weapon7.
     
    Daniel Bowers at Weapon7, said: “smart owners are free-spirited, unencumbered and more likely to set off on an impromptu adventure. The ‘get lost’ app is a way to bring the adventurous and independent spirit of smart to life for loyal and prospective smart owners.”
     
    The ‘get lost’ app is available free now through the Apple App store and Android marketplace, to all smart fans.
     
    Link to app in iTunes:
    http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/smart-get-lost/id461777228?mt=8
     
    Link to app in Android market place:
    https://market.android.com/details?id=com.grppl.android.shell.CMBsmart&feature=search_result
     
     

    — 2 years ago with 93 notes
    "For most of us, there is only the unattended
    Moment, the moment in and out of time,
    The distraction fit, lost in a shaft of sunlight,
    The wild thyme unseen, or the winter lightning
    Or the waterfall, or music heard so deeply
    That it is not heard at all, but you are the music
    While the music lasts."
    T. S. Eliot, from “The Dry Salvages” in The Four Quartets (via proustitute)
    — 2 years ago with 322 notes
    helloyoucreatives:

Art Below.
For the month of January Art Below will be transforming the Angel Tube station concourse into a public gallery space.   Artists of all creative backgrounds and nationalities are invited to enter their work.
This  exhibition has been planned to coincide with the prestigious London art  fair which draws thousands of visitors through the station each year,  making this an amazing marketing opportunity for you and your work.
To sign up to take part click here http://www.artbelow.org.uk/ab/Home.action

    helloyoucreatives:

    Art Below.

    For the month of January Art Below will be transforming the Angel Tube station concourse into a public gallery space. 
    Artists of all creative backgrounds and nationalities are invited to enter their work.

    This exhibition has been planned to coincide with the prestigious London art fair which draws thousands of visitors through the station each year, making this an amazing marketing opportunity for you and your work.

    To sign up to take part click here http://www.artbelow.org.uk/ab/Home.action

    — 2 years ago with 10 notes
    At the EXPO center

    At the EXPO center

    — 2 years ago