tumbld, not stirred.

First and foremost, you do not have to live up to or emulate the lives of any of your predecessors. But at the very least, you should know about them. You will have your own life, interests, and ideas of what you want or do not want in life. Do what you enjoy doing. Be honest with yourself and others. Don’t think of satisfying anyone: your elders, peers, government, religion, or children who will come after you. Develop meaningful ideals, and become conscious of others, their existence, and their lives.

Yuri Kochiyama, Passing It On — A Memoir (via goldbookclub)

Farewell to a fearless civil rights advocate and Nobel Peace Prize nominee. 

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The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.

Dorothea Lange  (via yoursly)

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