The Hardest Decision of my Childhood.

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this made me LOL.. lol

this made me LOL.. lol

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Streamside.


this makes me feels at peace =) 

looove greek mythology but didnt know this existed.. beautiful.
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psychoticpixie:

Hades and Persephone 
In Greek mythology Persephone is the only child of Demeter, Goddess  of nature and earth. Hades is the god of the underworld and the dead.While  Demeter was looking for her daughter  one day, she learned that Hades  had kidnapped her while she was picking flowers. He had kidnapped her  because she was so beautiful that even Hades, the god of death who  hardly glanced up at the living world for more then a few seconds, was  struck by her, and fell in love with her. Demeter, with her only child  kidnapped and forcefully married, fell into depression, and all  fertility on earth stopped. Hades began to notice that his once  glowing bride had now become depressed and dark; she only wandered  around his gardens without saying a word, looking up at the living  world, sighing and sobbing. He attempted to make her happy by lavishing  her with thousands of gifts, but Persephone was still unhappy.Zeus  sent Hermes down to to the underworld to demand that Hades release  Persephone back to her mother. Hades was truly in love with Persephone  and began to panic at the thought of losing her. With a last attempt he  resorted to trickery. Before Persephone went back to her mother, Hades  approached her with a pomegranate fruit, and began to sob over the fact  that she was leaving him forever. He offered the pomegranate as a final  present before she left, as it had been grown in Hades’ private garden.Persephone  took the pomegranate from Hades out of pity and compassion, but only  ate six seeds from it before throwing it away. When Hermes arrived he  saw the pomegranate fall to the ground and questioned Persephone. She  admitted to eating it and was told by Hermes that because she had eaten  from the garden of death she was forever connected to the underworld and  could not leave.Demeter became outraged that Hades had tricked  her daughter into staying and went to the underworld to take Persephone  back home herself, but only ended up starting a fight with Hades. To  make them both happy, Zeus decided that Persephone would stay with  Hades, one month for every seed she had eaten.Thus every year  Persephone would live with her solemn and dark husband for six months  and then return to her mother in the world of the living for the other  six.When Persephone is with her her mother, Demeter, Demeter is  happy and the world goes lush and green, and crops begin to grow. But  when Demeter is separated from her daughter, she becomes depressed, and  everything on earth dies, animals sleep, and the world freezes in ice  and snow. 


this is one of my favorite greek myths :]

looove greek mythology but didnt know this existed.. beautiful.

jae-young-ahh:

psychoticpixie:

Hades and Persephone

In Greek mythology Persephone is the only child of Demeter, Goddess of nature and earth. Hades is the god of the underworld and the dead.

While Demeter was looking for her daughter one day, she learned that Hades had kidnapped her while she was picking flowers. He had kidnapped her because she was so beautiful that even Hades, the god of death who hardly glanced up at the living world for more then a few seconds, was struck by her, and fell in love with her. Demeter, with her only child kidnapped and forcefully married, fell into depression, and all fertility on earth stopped.

Hades began to notice that his once glowing bride had now become depressed and dark; she only wandered around his gardens without saying a word, looking up at the living world, sighing and sobbing. He attempted to make her happy by lavishing her with thousands of gifts, but Persephone was still unhappy.

Zeus sent Hermes down to to the underworld to demand that Hades release Persephone back to her mother. Hades was truly in love with Persephone and began to panic at the thought of losing her. With a last attempt he resorted to trickery. Before Persephone went back to her mother, Hades approached her with a pomegranate fruit, and began to sob over the fact that she was leaving him forever. He offered the pomegranate as a final present before she left, as it had been grown in Hades’ private garden.

Persephone took the pomegranate from Hades out of pity and compassion, but only ate six seeds from it before throwing it away. When Hermes arrived he saw the pomegranate fall to the ground and questioned Persephone. She admitted to eating it and was told by Hermes that because she had eaten from the garden of death she was forever connected to the underworld and could not leave.

Demeter became outraged that Hades had tricked her daughter into staying and went to the underworld to take Persephone back home herself, but only ended up starting a fight with Hades. To make them both happy, Zeus decided that Persephone would stay with Hades, one month for every seed she had eaten.

Thus every year Persephone would live with her solemn and dark husband for six months and then return to her mother in the world of the living for the other six.

When Persephone is with her her mother, Demeter, Demeter is happy and the world goes lush and green, and crops begin to grow. But when Demeter is separated from her daughter, she becomes depressed, and everything on earth dies, animals sleep, and the world freezes in ice and snow.

this is one of my favorite greek myths :]

im gona steal this music..

jae-young-ahh:

From korean horror movie tale of two sisters :] i like that movie xD

and its october now so i feel its appropriate

so embarrassingly true.

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MALIBUUUUUUUUUUUUU. what an awesome day.
getty villa was noiiice- not as nice and as grand as getty center but its worth going- esp if you like ancient greco roman sculpture stuff. you cant help but assume the godly grandiose poses for the camera. no im not gona post those pictures.. instead—here’s me grabbing a moon for you
and malibu itself was quite an experience. there is nothing more scenic than seeing the moons reflection on the ocean. and the quiet ocean breeze. nothing else matters in that moment..
alright thats all thats going on in my life. you have a flaming good day

MALIBUUUUUUUUUUUUU. what an awesome day.

getty villa was noiiice- not as nice and as grand as getty center but its worth going- esp if you like ancient greco roman sculpture stuff. you cant help but assume the godly grandiose poses for the camera. no im not gona post those pictures.. instead—here’s me grabbing a moon for you

and malibu itself was quite an experience. there is nothing more scenic than seeing the moons reflection on the ocean. and the quiet ocean breeze. nothing else matters in that moment..

alright thats all thats going on in my life. you have a flaming good day

This is awesome..
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Why is this so perfect?

This is awesome..

blankslatee:

Why is this so perfect?

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