Posted 2 years ago
A person should be buried only half a meter, or two feet, below the surface. Then a tree should be planted there. He should be buried in a coffin that decays so that when you plant a tree on top the tree will take something out of his substance and change it into tree-substance. When you visit the grave you don’t visit a dead man, you visit a living being who was just transformed into a tree. You say, “This is my grandfather, the tree is growing well, fantastic.” You can develop a beautiful forest that will be more beautiful than a normal forest because the trees will have their roots in graves. It will be a park, a place for pleasure, a place to live, even a place to hunt.

Friedensreich Hundertwasser (via prettygirlwithahandgrenade)

this was my first child’s mother’s dream. i met her when i was 16 and she, 19. she was not very educated, and i can guess with 99.99% accuracy that she didn’t get the idea from Friedensreich Hundertwasser. but it always stuck with me. in her story it was an apple tree, and you could eat the apples. if i could have my way, this is how i would ask for things to be, too.

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Posted 2 years ago

openlinemedia:

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Posted 2 years ago
deafmuslimpunx:

mehreenkasana:

Made rebloggable by request.

BAM !!!

Agreed….I am also a white Hindu married to a Brahmin for 15 years who occasionally dons a bindi, as well as a sari…..I also have a habit of hanging with the so called “untouchables” in the Thar Desert region and getting into trouble trying to further dismantle the caste system while being married to a man of the priestly caste. I also have Brahmin in-laws and definitely have felt, experienced and continue to experience the “weight of Hindu culture” that doesn’t fully accept the “Gori” who broke up the pure racial, religious and cultural lineage of the family…..playing dress up is fun as long as it accompanies respect as this post so pointedly demonstrates.

deafmuslimpunx:

mehreenkasana:

Made rebloggable by request.

BAM !!!

Agreed….I am also a white Hindu married to a Brahmin for 15 years who occasionally dons a bindi, as well as a sari…..I also have a habit of hanging with the so called “untouchables” in the Thar Desert region and getting into trouble trying to further dismantle the caste system while being married to a man of the priestly caste. I also have Brahmin in-laws and definitely have felt, experienced and continue to experience the “weight of Hindu culture” that doesn’t fully accept the “Gori” who broke up the pure racial, religious and cultural lineage of the family…..playing dress up is fun as long as it accompanies respect as this post so pointedly demonstrates.

Posted 2 years ago

yup. yup.

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Posted 2 years ago

this is my truth…

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Posted 2 years ago

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Posted 2 years ago

Always seem to have a few “yous” that “I wonder if I’ll ever see , Again.”

I surely do want 2. At least 2 communicate how much they mean & have meant 2 me, 2 my Life & 2 my Growth.

All the more reason 2 honor our loves, friends & family while we have them in our clutches. Hold on 2 love & love alone…..

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Posted 2 years ago

This is my Jam….don’t understand a word but that beat speaks volumes to my hips….

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Posted 2 years ago

yes. ani. yes.

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Posted 2 years ago

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