"Bien sûr je te ferai mal. Bien sûr tu me feras mal. Bien sûr nous aurons mal. Mais ça, c’est la condition de l’existence. Se faire printemps, c’est prendre le risque de l’hiver. Se faire présent, c’est prendre le risque de l’absence… C’est à mon risque de peine que je connais ma joie."
Le Petit Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry (via emotional-landscape)

«Je m’explique toujours mal comment un drame aussi brutal puisse devenir tellement normal.»





So fucking powerful.

can’t get over this


Au bar des suicidés de Pierre Lapointe avec Avant-Garde T.


Au bar des suicidés de Pierre Lapointe avec Avant-Garde T.

"Moi je n’ai que la colère
Et la promesse d’en pleurer"
— Je chante pour les sourds, Les Vulgaires Machins

Persepolis (2007)


Persepolis (2007)


Israeli Bombing Turns Gaza Into ‘Ghost Town’

It’s the holy month of Ramadan, and throughout the Muslim world people are socializing with friends and family, buying presents for loved ones and breaking a day long fast amid colourful night time street scenes that inject even more vigor into already busy urban centers.

But not in Gaza City, one of the world’s most densely populated cities. A ceaseless Israeli bombing campaign, with airstrikes every five minutes, has turned the frenetic hub of the Gaza Strip into a virtual ghost town, emptying streets, closing shops and keeping hundreds of thousands of people close to home where they feel safest from the bombs. 

In Israel, hundreds of rockets fired by Gaza militants also send civilians running into bomb shelters and staying close to home. However, there have been no fatalities there, while the death toll in Gaza topped 120 on July 12, 2014 from the five-day offensive. [Meanwhile in Tel Aviv]

Photos taken by Khalil Hamra/AP on July 11, 2014.