An Aspiring Vagabond

“Faith, in the sense in which I am here using the word, is the art of holding on to things your reason has once accepted, in spite of your changing moods.”



― C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity

gameraboy:

Disneyland, 1960. Via Viewliner LTD

vurtual:

Matterhorn #4 - Zermatt, Switzerland (by nipomen2)

vurtual:

Matterhorn #4 - Zermatt, Switzerland (by nipomen2)

breathtakingdestinations:

Zermatt - Switzerland (von goofypikz)

breathtakingdestinations:

Zermatt - Switzerland (von goofypikz)

breathtakingdestinations:

Schlosspark Oberschleißheim - Oberschleißheim - Bavaria - Germany (von Polybert49)

breathtakingdestinations:

Schlosspark Oberschleißheim - Oberschleißheim - Bavaria - Germany (von Polybert49)

nuditea:

got no problem with watching a full season of tv in one sitting but when it comes time to pick a movie im like “am i really ready to pay attention to something for two hours”

(via that-kind-of-lux)

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Town Hall. Munich, Germany
Bremen, Germany
wnderlst:

California | Baris Parilda

wnderlst:

California | Baris Parilda

“In the afternoon there was a dinner at which tediously predictable worthies of New York — John A. Dix, Horace Greeley, and a divine or two — gave speeches. At the close of the tributes, Grant rose and, as he had done in St. Louis more than a year earlier, gave the speech which was to become his trademark. The New York Times report included the response of his audience: ‘I rise only to say I do not intend to say anything. [Laughter] I thank you for your kind words and your hearty welcome. [Applause].’”

—   Ulysses Grant had a “perfect speech” that he used on several occasions beginning in 1865. From Grant: A Biography (1982), by William S. McFeely: (via historical-nonfiction)

(Source: futilitycloset.com, via historical-nonfiction)

brutalgeneration:

Matterhorn, Switzerland (by traceyjohns)

brutalgeneration:

Matterhorn, Switzerland (by traceyjohns)

(via brutalgeneration)

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