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  1. Sep 18

    mineuniquesmile:

Emerald city Fairy house

    mineuniquesmile:

    Emerald city Fairy house

  2. Sep 18

    Wealth Producing Maniacs

    twisttheoaks:

    1.When John Calvin
    legalized money-lending at interest,
    he made the bank account
    the standard of values.

    2. When the bank account
    became the standard of values,
    people ceased to produce for use
    and began to produce for profits.

    3. When people began to produce for profits
    they became
    wealth-producing maniacs.

    4. When people became wealth-producing maniacs
    they produced too much wealth.

    5. When people found out
    that they had produced too much wealth
    they went on an orgy
    of wealth-destruction
    and destroyed
    ten million lives besides.

    -Peter Maurin

  3. Sep 18

    You know what’s wrong with the world? People who act don’t think, and people who think, don’t act.

    - Peter Maurin

    (Source: rsapberries)

  4. Sep 18

    mineuniquesmile:

Stone Fairy Houses - site sells houses and mini accessories - love the smooth wood trim as well ********************************************* Enchanted Gardens

    mineuniquesmile:

    Stone Fairy Houses - site sells houses and mini accessories - love the smooth wood trim as well ********************************************* Enchanted Gardens

  5. Sep 18

    mineuniquesmile:

Fairy Tree Trunk House @ Night by Torisau

    mineuniquesmile:

    Fairy Tree Trunk House @ Night by Torisau

  6. Sep 18

    mineuniquesmile:

dollhouse

    mineuniquesmile:

    dollhouse

  7. Sep 18

    mineuniquesmile:

Airstream Trailer Miniature Fairy Succulent Garden with Gnomes and Flamingo | Lush Little Landscapes

    mineuniquesmile:

    Airstream Trailer Miniature Fairy Succulent Garden with Gnomes and Flamingo | Lush Little Landscapes

  8. Sep 18

    mineuniquesmile:

Home Sweet Home 

    mineuniquesmile:

    Home Sweet Home 

  9. Sep 18

    mineuniquesmile:

Fairy garden

    mineuniquesmile:

    Fairy garden

  10. Sep 18

    mineuniquesmile:

    Arbor Castle birdhouse

  11. Sep 18

    (Source: mineuniquesmile)

  12. Sep 18

    mineuniquesmile:

Fairy Houses for the Garden | Fairy Garden Accessories - Fairy House

    mineuniquesmile:

    Fairy Houses for the Garden | Fairy Garden Accessories - Fairy House

  13. Sep 18

    wnderlst:

Central Park, New York City

    wnderlst:

    Central Park, New York City

    (via churchofpoetry)

  14. Sep 18

    If we are crazy, then it is because we refuse to be crazy in the same way that the world has gone crazy.

    - Peter Maurin 

    (Source: beignetsawhistlestop)

  15. Sep 18

    todayinhistory:

    May 27th 1564: Calvin dies

    On this day in 1564, the French theologian John Calvin died in Geneva aged 54. Calvin, born in France in 1509, is best known for his formulation of the Protestant doctrine known as Calvinism. Calvinism advocates the view of predestination - that God chooses who will be saved and who will be damned even before their birth; there is thus nothing one can do in this life to alter their fate in the next. Whilst there is nothing one can do to alter their fate, Calvinists hold that those who live a godly life show evidence of being one of God’s elect, and so there is a point to living righteously. The elect had to prove their status by giving a narrative of their conversion before the church (which at this point meant the congregation of the elect). It was these views that provided the foundation of Puritan belief in Britain and colonial America. Calvin’s views made him a controversial figure in his lifetime, and he was an early supporter of Martin Luther’s Protestant Reformation. In the last years of his life, Calvin was the ruler of Geneva where he relentlessly promoted Protestantism, even resorting to executing and exiling religious dissenters.

    "We call predestination God’s eternal decree, by which He determined what He willed to become of each man. For all are not created in equal condition; rather, eternal life is ordained for some, eternal damnation for others.”
    - John Calvin