Much Ado About Nothing: Significant Looks

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thenkeepgoing asked: Is there a map of what African countries' borders would look like if drawn along ethnic lines? Before the Europeans redrew the borders?


Something like this:


A larger version:

"So, at the age of fifty-six I, Hoxworth Hale, have discovered that I, too, am one of those Golden Men who see both the West and the East, who cherish the glowing past and who apprehend the obscure future; and the things I have written of in this memoir are very close to my heart."

- James Michener, from Hawaii (via the-final-sentence)

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"I notice that Autumn is more the season of the soul than of nature."

- Friedrich Nietzsche (via happy-absturz)

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"And she is the reader
who browses the shelf
and looks for new worlds
but finds herself."

- Laura Purdie Salas (via observando)

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