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Reblogged from antoniomugica

The Love of a Wolf

I have the love of a wolf

Don’t consult ghosts in your time of need

Their affairs do not concern the living

I get my advice from the ground

Or putting my ear to a tree

I hear I’m doing quite well

I’m told I have the love of a wolf.

Life Lessons (not really)

I want to be 100 but life is so challenging, humans can be so hard on the living. Let’s all stay alive to see what magic cards fate deals us xox



Paper Quilt

Paper Quilt

Reblogged from condenasttraveler

“Since her election, the Harvard-educated economist, who spent 12 years  in exile after criticizing her predecessors, has used her impressive  negotiating skills and credibility to persuade the World Bank and the  International Monetary Fund to forgive $4.6 billion in debt. At home,  she has cajoled former enemies to work together to rebuild the economy.”
In September, we selected Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of Liberia, as one of our 2011 Trailblazers. Now she’s a Nobel Peace Prize winner! This shot was taken on April 30, in a helicopter, on her way to launch her re-election campaign. Read her interview.
Photograph by Brigitte Lacombe

“Since her election, the Harvard-educated economist, who spent 12 years in exile after criticizing her predecessors, has used her impressive negotiating skills and credibility to persuade the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund to forgive $4.6 billion in debt. At home, she has cajoled former enemies to work together to rebuild the economy.”

In September, we selected Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of Liberia, as one of our 2011 Trailblazers. Now she’s a Nobel Peace Prize winner! This shot was taken on April 30, in a helicopter, on her way to launch her re-election campaign. Read her interview.

Photograph by Brigitte Lacombe

(via npr)