sharing the planet

I’m still looking for a way to articulate it to my satisfaction, but I wish people were more willing to accept the fact that nature is inherently unsafe. Most people are willing to agree that conservation is a good thing and that large predators like wolves and bears deserve to exist in the wild. But nobody wants to actually share a planet with them. 

Foxes, wolves, coyotes, hawks, eagles, alligators, sharks, whales, snakes, bears, mountain lions… great, right? They’re really cool. They’re part of a healthy and beautiful natural world. No one wants them to go extinct. But… nobody wants to lose livestock, pets, or even children to them, either - of course not! 

It is possible to live side-by-side with potentially dangerous predators - we’ve been doing it for the entirety of human existence. Unfortunately, taking the precautions to protect yourself (as well as children/pets) is inconvenient. Everyone would much rather eliminate risk entirely than factor it into daily consideration. 

“The safest place I know of is my prayers. It is here that I find Yesterdays sleeping soundly and Tomorrows awakening gently. It is here that all those with whom I share this marble planet are remembered. It is here that I ask our shared Beloved to keep you safe when I cannot.” -Nazaneen Kaliwal

Wazir Khan Mosque.
Lahore, Pakistan. (Instagram: aabbiidd)

I usually don’t mention that I’m vegan, but that has evolved. I think it’s the right time to talk about it because it is a part of a revolutionary perspective – how can we not only discover more compassionate relations with human beings, but how can we develop compassionate relations with the other creatures with whom we share this planet, and that would mean challenging the whole capitalist industrial form of food production.
—  Angela Davis
Before the Flood - Full Movie | National Geographic
Join Leonardo DiCaprio as he explores the topic of climate change, and discovers what must be done today to prevent catastrophic disruption of life on our pl...

This documentary came out 2 days ago on youtube and has nearly hit 2,000,000 views. Get a better education on our current environmental situation, and take the time out to watch this clip. It’s so important that we understand what’s the current future for our planet and how we can help combat global warming together. 


Amongst all the amazing Japanese cuisine, there’s a little vegan American styled burger shop 😂
First burger is the cheeseburger filled, second is the felafel burger 🍔

AIN SOPH. Ripple
Shinjuku - Tokyo - Japan

moon in 2nd house: lets buy food
mercury in 2nd house: lets buy books
venus in 2nd house: lets buy fashion/makeup
jupiter in 2nd house: lets buy everything
saturn in 2nd house: lets buy nothing and save up

This is true for natal placements but, as I have found, also for transits! whenever venus is transiting my 2nd house, i have a very strong desire to go shopping!! but i have natal saturn so im naturally thrifty.

It is scientifically and mathematically probable that we are not alone in the universe.

On another planet, a child is learning to talk. Thousands, millions, billions of light years away, a man is talking about the one true God. Maybe he is the same God that created our world. Or maybe there is no God, and both planets share a certain, peculiar fashion of ordering the observable universe. The stars on that planet are different, our constellations and theirs completely incomparable. Our speech, not the same, our cultures and creatures not the same. But out there somewhere, there is a child learning to talk, and they will ask the same questions we do.

—  to the edge of the universe

the “sprite IS lemonade” post is the most disgusting thing i’ve ever read in my entire life and it only gets more disgusting as more australians continue to post horrible shit on it like “american lemonade is just a hipster drink here”

you goddamn

crocodile fuckin

sunburned descendants of criminals 

lemonade is lemon juice, sugar, and water

its not fucking sprite

you know what is sprite? 




it ain’t lemonade. it ain’t even close to lemonade. you goddamn animals. you pieces of shit. 

you’re worse than the people here in america that call all brands of soda “coke”

like i can tolerate people calling soda “cola” or “pop” but “coke” as an all-encompassing term for fizzy drinks is just wrong

and you know what else is wrong?

calling fucking sprite lemonade 



i’m embarrassed to share the same planet as you