Photo 26 Mar 387 notes
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Photo 26 Mar 408 notes mindfulness-rie:

‎"How does one practice mindfulness? Sit in meditation. Be aware of only your breath."
~ Buddha

mindfulness-rie:

"How does one practice mindfulness? Sit in meditation. Be aware of only your breath."

~ Buddha

Photo 25 Mar 36 notes Squirrels in a Plane Tree. Ascribed to the artist Abu’l Hasan, 1605-08. Mughal India British Library

Squirrels in a Plane Tree. Ascribed to the artist Abu’l Hasan, 1605-08. Mughal India British Library

Photo 25 Mar 15 notes
Photo 25 Mar 77 notes virtual-artifacts:

Qing Dynasty kingfisher feather hairpin.
Made in the 19th century.

virtual-artifacts:

Qing Dynasty kingfisher feather hairpin.

Made in the 19th century.

Photo 23 Mar 12 notes Dragon Well by Bertha Lum, 1924

Dragon Well by Bertha Lum, 1924

Quote 23 Mar 209 notes
If someone comes along and shoots an arrow into your heart, it’s fruitless to stand there and yell at the person. It would be much better to turn your attention to the fact that there’s an arrow in your heart…
— ― Pema Chödrön, Start Where You Are: A Guide to Compassionate
Photo 23 Mar 43 notes Sasha Lambert • 35 weeks ago
Lidded Vase (Ping) with Grapevines, China, Late Qing dynasty, about 1800-1911, Abraded jade. LACMA

Sasha Lambert • 35 weeks ago
Lidded Vase (Ping) with Grapevines, China, Late Qing dynasty, about 1800-1911, Abraded jade. LACMA

Photo 22 Mar 61 notes yorkeantiquetextiles:

Bedspread (futon), Treasures motif, 19th century, Japan, cotton fabric, 188.5 x 155.3 cm, private collection.  Exhibition at the Guimet Museum, Paris

yorkeantiquetextiles:

Bedspread (futon), Treasures motif, 19th century, Japan, cotton fabric, 188.5 x 155.3 cm, private collection.  Exhibition at the Guimet Museum, Paris

Photo 22 Mar 28 notes Boy with Fan Netsuke

18-19th century.

Netsuke were small toggles with which to attach pouches to tradition pocketless kimonos in Japan. The pouches had a small cord with a Netsuke attached to the end, which then looped over the obi.

At the György Ráth Museum in Budapest

Boy with Fan Netsuke

18-19th century.

Netsuke were small toggles with which to attach pouches to tradition pocketless kimonos in Japan. The pouches had a small cord with a Netsuke attached to the end, which then looped over the obi.

At the György Ráth Museum in Budapest


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