Visit Blog
Explore Tumblr blogs with no restrictions, modern design and the best experience.
Fun Fact
The majority of Tumblr users, 36%, are aged 18-34, a coveted market for most companies.
symphonyoflovenet · 5 minutes ago
To find peace in the world we must find peace in ourselves.
Jack Kornfield
0 notes
freelance-philosopher · 17 minutes ago
I will write in such wise as to irritate people into facing the issues. I can compel no man to agree with my opinions, but at least I can compel him to have an opinion.
Søren Kierkegaard, The Concept of Anxiety
17 notes · View notes
rhymingvine · 22 minutes ago
New Moon in Aries
Since February I’ve been observing the Moon Cycle, gettin to know her a lil better, and as the first new moon of the Astrological year, I now know with my own knowledge that this is the perfect time for new beginnings and setting short AND long term goals.
Today I cleaned and did some planning, and thought to share some other things you can do on this new moon.
Light a candle
Clean and Cleanse
Take some action towards your goals
Set some goals/intentions
Rest, self care
Celebrate the moon
Arts and Crafts
Start/Finish projects
Make New Moon/Planetary Charged Water
This New Moon in Aries could be spent doing something or nothing, it’s all up to you, however, if you’ve been needing a boost in your practice, now is the time to embrace the energy that the moon and other planets are offering.
0 notes
canyouseethestars · 36 minutes ago
Μήπως η ομορφιά αναγκαστικά συμβαδίζει με την απόλαυση; Μήπως οι άνθρωποι επαινούν την ομορφιά, λόγω της απόλαυσης που τους χαρίζει; Αντίθετα, θα μπορούσε να είναι ακριβώς το αντίθετο.
Tumblr media
Tumblr media
Αξίζει μια ζωή αφιερωμένη στην επιδίωξη της ομορφιάς;
0 notes
philosophyquotes · an hour ago
The human faculties of perception, judgment, discriminative feeling, mental activity, and even moral preference, are exercised only in making a choice. He who does anything because it is the custom, makes no choice.
John Stuart Mill, On Liberty
31 notes · View notes
quotessentially · an hour ago
Tumblr media
From Augustine’s Expositions on the Psalms
1 note · View note
pensamentossortidos · an hour ago
Embora desde minha infância,eu já tenha lido diversos livros de variáveis assuntos,isso não quer dizer que eu concorde ou acate com tudo o que o escritor expôs, entretanto,respeito seu modo de pensar. Independente se há divergências de opiniões e pensamentos,ao meu ver não deixa de ser uma leitura que agregue,retenho o que irá edificar. No livro " A arte de escrever" de Schopenhauer o filósofo incentiva a termos nossos próprios pensamentos e sermos autênticos,ensina que de nada vale ter tanto conhecimento e não dar uma linha de pensamento próprio, é um livro que nos traz várias indagações.
Although since my childhood,I have read several books on different subjects, this does not mean that I agree or accept everything that the writer has exposed, however, I respect his way of thinking. Regardless if there are divergences of opinions and thoughts, in my view it is still a reading that aggregates, I retain what will build. In the book "The art of writing" by Schopenhauer, the philosopher encourages us to have our own thoughts and be authentic,teaches that there is no point in having so much knowledge and not giving a line of thought of your own, it is a book that brings us several questions.
1 note · View note
hauntedpeanutking · an hour ago
do i hate kids or is it just this one
0 notes
thefutureistofu · an hour ago
Ideologies are like arseholes. Everyone's got one, we use it everyday, but you very rarely look at your own unless something's gone wrong.
 Abigail Thorn (Philosophy Tube)
0 notes
the-chomsky-hash · 2 hours ago
[C. At a deeper level than any spatial ‘metaphor’, classificatory medicine presupposes a certain ‘configuration’ of disease - cont'd]
[2. The secondary spatialization of the pathological: How can the flat, homogeneous, homological space of classes become characterized by its seat in an organism? - cont'd]
h. The medical gaze, open to these fine qualities [e.g.,
], necessarily becomes attentive to all their modulations; the decipherment of disease in its specific characteristics is based on a subtle form of perception that must take account of each particular equilibrium.
– Michel Foucault, The Birth of the Clinic: An Archaeology of Medical Perception, (Chapter 1: Spaces and Classes), 1963, translated from the French by A.M.Sheridan, 1973
0 notes
existentialcoffeebreak · 2 hours ago
What [the existentialists] have in common is that they think that existence precedes essence, or, if you prefer, that subjectivity must be the starting point.
Jean-Paul Sartre, Existentialism and Human Emotions (Chapter 1: Existentialism)
2 notes · View notes
kentwayne108 · 2 hours ago
We can’t always choose to be happy or not, but we can choose to move toward our happiest thought—the feeling of relief that comes with moving from fear to anger, from anger to frustration, from frustration to boredom (or acceptance), and to optimism and up from there. Get Kor’Thank here:  Kor’Thank:  Barbarian Valley Girl.  Get Echo Vol. 1 on Kindle here:  Vol. 1 on Kindle.  Vol. 2 on Kindle…
Tumblr media
View On WordPress
0 notes
karazona · 2 hours ago
The Posting Mantra: unReel Receipts
Hi Tumblr! I’m reacquainting myself with my online profiles, and you know, this external brain has me remembering things I haven’t thought about since 2017. It’s nice to know we’re all still here.....
0 notes
stoicbreviary · 2 hours ago
It is the part of cowardice, not of courage, to go and crouch in a hole under a massive tomb, to avoid the blows of fortune.
Michel de Montaigne, Essays 2.3
1 note · View note
stoicbreviary · 2 hours ago
What could I possibly want, if I already have myself? The whole wide world is constantly offering me what I need, in order to think, speak, and act with decency.
If I am, however, a grasping man, on account of being so empty inside, what won’t I possibly want? Since I am deeply confused about my very identity, I am also oblivious to what I need.
1 note · View note
celestialblissworld · 2 hours ago
"Beauty is terror. Whatever we call beautiful, we quiver before it."
Donna Tartt ; The Secret History.
5 notes · View notes