What would you do if you saw someone harassing another person for praying in public? 

I went to high school with this lady. All who know Victoria De la Fuente were absolutely horrified when this happened to her. I am amazed and inspired by her tenacious grip on survival, her unshakable faith, and her fierce courage. She was always beautiful, but now, that beauty has been magnified from the light that shines from within, where true beauty resides in those rare individuals who possess it. 

She has created a GoFundMe account to help her get the reconstructive surgery she needs, and very much deserves. Please click to read her story in her own words, or watch this and if you can, please help. 


Happy Aviation Day!


Guys vs Girls: Dealing with a Breakup



This rug.
I need it.
It’s important to me. 

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 exclusive footage.



This rug.

I need it.

It’s important to me. 

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 exclusive footage.

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Only their ends you have respected, stopped your ears against the general suit of Rome. Never admitted a private whisper, no, not with such friends that thought them sure of you.

(via rogue347)

"Chronic illness, for lack of a better word, is a bitch. Knowing no boundaries, chronic illness effects those from all walks of life. Men, women, and even children. It barges into our lives without any warning, taking over our bodies and our lives. It steals away precious moments and can stop us from enjoying ourselves. As if we were stuck in suspended animation, we hang there in a delicate balance, wondering if today will be less painful than yesterday, whether we will be able to even have the energy to get in the shower, or make breakfast. What used to be menial tasks in our lives before chronic illness, no become a choice of one or the other, and deciding whether or not that decision will have a painful impact on the rest of our day. Will it be the pain that knocks us down today, or perhaps the unrelenting fatigue hovering over us like a dark cloud? Those are just a few of the questions that run through the mind of a chronic illness patient each and every day. We end up living in the shadows of our illness."

— (via positivity-in-pain)

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god bless gordan ramsey 

Dude is only a dick to adults, awesome.

because, those adults should know what they’re doing, they’re cooks these are kids hes teaching to cook, therefore he is patient. 

gordon ramsey is one of my favorite people in the whole world ok

The only reason he gets so angry is because the people he’s yelling at claim to know what they are doing and are charging people accordingly. If you listen to why he’s actually angry more than half the time you’d realize you’d be furious too. This man is beyond patient and kind toward people in normal circumstances, but he is really serious about his profession and what should be demanded of it. He’s one of my favorite people too

He’s such a respectful dude. When he’s out of his element in other countries he allows those people to tell HIM how to do things and he is very appreciative of it all. The people that he yells at need it because they KNOW they’re doing wrong and he’s trying to make them do the right thing.

Yes. He’s a brilliant and patient man. He yells at and swears at the adults for 2 reasons:
1. They are a professional chef. You should not be breaking down during what is essentially “rush hour” for you. This is your JOB.

2. This COULD VERY WELL BE your job in the future. You need to learn to handle it. Including the stress of a boss who doesn’t give a shit that you’re getting so emotional over some fucking pasta. It was supposed to be plated and ready to go FIVE MINUTES AGO. That’s an eternity in a fancy restaurant where you could very well be holding up a critic or a benefactor.

But to children? They’re learning. He knows they don’t know this yet. They don’t need to be reminded “You told me you knew this shit”. He knows they know nothing of what he is asking. So he gently reminds them “Hey, try this. Good job.” Because they’ll learn. They’ll grow. And they’ll cook for themselves and their loved ones.

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