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How adorable is this smile tiny finger tattoo idea?!

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LOVE THIS, as I'm wanting at least two Tolkien tattoos. Although, that's not the correct quote.

Totally want this Gandalf tattoo but with the quote, "I think there's more to this Hobbit than meets the eye."

Tiny Tattoo Idea – 2017 trend Tiny Tattoo Idea – Totally want this Gandalf tattoo but with the quot…

I'm such a rebel...

the only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion.

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This is a quote spoken by Albert Camus. This quote relates to how Muersault is brutally honest and how his actions reflects his beliefs.

The fault in our stars

Here are some John Green book collages that I made! I’m super excited to announce tha.

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musterni-illustrates: “- The Shitty Horoscopes Anthology is now funding on Kickstartershitty horoscopes book xi: illuminate amrit brar

My "The perks of being a wallflower" tattoo! Minha tatuagem inspirada por "As vantagens de ser invisível"! Literary tattoo - young adult - Stephen Chbosky

My "The perks of being a wallflower" tattoo! Minha tatuagem inspirada por "As vantagens de ser invisível"!

#Camus was a French Existentialist, who was close both personally and philosophically with Sartre and De Beauvoir. Like them, he began with the simple claim that there were no objective laws and rules to life that could guide us. Humans had no ‘purpose’ (as Aristotle argued), there was no Moral Law (Kant), nor was there some afterlife to come. In his Myth of Sisyphus, Camus highlights what he sees as the Absurdity of existence. In the Myth, Sisyphus was destined to push a rock up a…

was a French Existentialist, who was close both personally and philosophically with Sartre and De Beauvoir. Like them, he began with the simple claim that there were no objective laws and rules to life that could guide us. Humans had no.

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