When you are attracted to people, it’s because of the details. Their kindness. Their eyes. The fact that they can get you to laugh when you need it the most.
Jodi Picoult, Sing You Home (via psych-facts)

(via psych-facts)


wnyc:

Instagram of the day: Brooklyn Museum by @iamtomchang

wnyc:

Instagram of the day: Brooklyn Museum by @iamtomchang


And once the storm is over, you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t even be sure whether the storm is really over. But one thing is certain. When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about.



Keep fighting. Just gotta keep fighting and keep pushing forward.

(via psych-facts)


nypl:

Now through July 3, The New York Public Library is displaying a rare historic copy of the Declaration of Independence — written in Thomas Jefferson’s hand. Start your July 4 festivities early and visit our beautiful Bartos Forum, where you can see a piece of American history first-hand.

nypl:

Now through July 3, The New York Public Library is displaying a rare historic copy of the Declaration of Independence — written in Thomas Jefferson’s hand. Start your July 4 festivities early and visit our beautiful Bartos Forum, where you can see a piece of American history first-hand.

(via coolchicksfromhistory)


springwise:

In Brazil, posters at bus stops collect change so the less well-off can get a ride
Poverty is an issue that affects every city, where the most wealthy sections of society walk the same streets as the homeless. However, getting the former to give to latter is still a challenge. Schemes such as Suspended Coffees have helped consumers to donate a coffee to those that can’t afford one, and now Troco Coletivo — which translates as Payback Collective — is a new initiative in Brazil, which enables commuters to leave their small change at bus stops or on buses so poor people can use it to travel. READ MORE…

springwise:

In Brazil, posters at bus stops collect change so the less well-off can get a ride

Poverty is an issue that affects every city, where the most wealthy sections of society walk the same streets as the homeless. However, getting the former to give to latter is still a challenge. Schemes such as Suspended Coffees have helped consumers to donate a coffee to those that can’t afford one, and now Troco Coletivo — which translates as Payback Collective — is a new initiative in Brazil, which enables commuters to leave their small change at bus stops or on buses so poor people can use it to travel. READ MORE…



populationpensive:

iamnotover:

Oh my god I love this


Boom

OK.

populationpensive:

iamnotover:

Oh my god I love this

Boom

OK.