"Safe from harm" Series" (2)
John Adams (via ryanshistoryblog)
This is from a letter that John Adams wrote to Abigail in 1775. John Adams was a big believer in education for everybody.
Head of Pallas Athena, 1937
Gustaf Fjæstad (Suède 1868-1948), Skymningslandskap (Twilight landscape), huile sur toile, 80 x 94,5 cm
Leopold Gottlieb - Portrait of a woman (Portrait of Mrs. Woroniecka) (1928)
Portrait of Dr. Bera Kupczyk
Leopold Gottlieb (born in 1883 in Drohobycz then in the Austrian sector of the Partitioned Poland, now Lviv region, Ukraine – died in Paris in 1934)
Leopold Gottlieb (1879 - 1934) - Women and Tulip
|—||Jim Rohn (via onlinecounsellingcollege)|
1. They avoid hanging on to needless stuff, and discard any clutter before it can pile up.
2. They designate a place or a home for everything – so it’s easy to know where to look for things.
3. They write things down, and make a lot of lists - so they don’t forget appointments, or important…
oh my god………….
|—||Steve Maraboli, Unapologetically You: Reflections on Life and the Human Experience (via quotes-shape-us)|
Anne Lamott, Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Wrinting and Life. (via bookporn)
|—||Mandy Hale (via onlinecounsellingcollege)|