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Nothing is too simple or too good to be true, and nothing is too wondrous or too ecstatic to be yours -- nothing. You deserve all you can conceive of, because you exist!! And if you exist, then obviously All That Is, the Infinite Creator believes you deserve to exist  --Bashar

Nothing is too simple or too good to be true, and nothing is too wondrous or too ecstatic to be yours -- nothing. You deserve all you can conceive of, because you exist!! And if you exist, then obviously All That Is, the Infinite Creator believes you deserve to exist --Bashar

blssom:  Miss Invisible (cropped) Sera Park and Hayan Ho photographed by Koo Bohn Chang for Vogue Korea April 2013

blssom: Miss Invisible (cropped) Sera Park and Hayan Ho photographed by Koo Bohn Chang for Vogue Korea April 2013

Attractive 3 1/2-5" lacy umbels atop strong, sturdy, upright stems. Flowers in shades of dark purple, pink, or white. Highly productive with 7-15 stems per plant. Long lasting in bouquets. Also known as Queen Anne's lace, ornamental carrot, and wild carrot. Ht. 36-48"

Attractive 3 1/2-5" lacy umbels atop strong, sturdy, upright stems. Flowers in shades of dark purple, pink, or white. Highly productive with 7-15 stems per plant. Long lasting in bouquets. Also known as Queen Anne's lace, ornamental carrot, and wild carrot. Ht. 36-48"

Shu Uemura Celebrates 30th Anniversary With Zing (MUA). Zing created eight gorgeous makeup looks that were showcased at Pacific Place, Hong Kong

Shu Uemura Celebrates 30th Anniversary With Zing (MUA). Zing created eight gorgeous makeup looks that were showcased at Pacific Place, Hong Kong

Stunning, ghostly x-ray style images of Maison Martin Margiela garments exposing the play of shadows and the translucent layers of the fabric.    X-Ray is a collaboration between French stylist Delphine Tréanton and French photographer Eric Traoré for the A Magazine.

Stunning, ghostly x-ray style images of Maison Martin Margiela garments exposing the play of shadows and the translucent layers of the fabric. X-Ray is a collaboration between French stylist Delphine Tréanton and French photographer Eric Traoré for the A Magazine.