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Virginia Woolf | "She knew that something kept us from disintegrating. Woolf's art searched for whatever held us together. What she found was the self, the essential thing. Although the brain is just a loom of electric neurons, Woolf realized that the self makes us whole. The fragile source of our entity. The author of our consciousness."

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Creative Resume Template, CV Template, Instant Download, Editable in MS Word and Pages + Cover Letter

Creative Resume Template, CV Template, Instant Download, Editable in MS Word and…

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Keep up the hard work #lupus #lupusawareness #lupuswarriors

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from Mail Online

Madness of Marilyn: The affair with JFK and the drug crazed paranoia that put her in a padded cell

Marilyn Monroe. <3

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from Ranker

Kate Bush

Kate Bush has a distinctive nose I think. She is gorgeous in an earthy and quirky way

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The Best New YA Books Since The Hunger Games #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.uk/2015/06/111788/young-adult-books#slide-22 Playlist for the Dead, Michelle FalkoffWant another The Perks of Being a Wallflower? Try this, a compelling contemporary novel that manages to incorporate online gaming and communication in a way that feels natural, real, and very, very relevant to anyone living in the modern world. Plus, Falkoff’s a lawyer, so you know she’s smart; and she went ...

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from Coco's Tea Party

Kate Moss, Grace Coddington and Tim Walker Work Their Magic in US Vogue's April Issue

Kate Moss, Grace Coddington and Tim Walker Work Their Magic in US Vogue's April Issue - Checking Out

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Our latest must-have: everything in the Charlotte Tilbury makeup collection.

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Candy Earrings Kawaii Kids accessories Children's jewelry Costume studs available in 14 colors

Candy Earrings Kawaii Kids accessories Children's jewelry Costume studs available in 15 colors

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I love the color of this library entrance. It's a great way to cheer the entire library up--and even the whole hallway around the library! I also like that a display is the first thing the students see when they walk in--like a bookstore.

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