Be Blessed in the LORD Jesus my friends...The LORD loves each and everyone of us, so lets praise his mighty name and rejoice....


Born on the 26th day of the month March in the the year 1980

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thenintendard:

Oh my god..

Is this heaven?

coooooool 

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idevicegfx:

In The Light. #iPadMini #iPad #iOS #Wallpaper

idevicegfx:

In The Light. #iPadMini #iPad #iOS #Wallpaper

5 days ago
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Emulator and Print Screen are my new drugs

6 days ago
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lyssacurrent:

What a time to be alive

lyssacurrent:

What a time to be alive

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fiona-tang:

Shark vs Humpback Whale (March 2014). As you can tell, the shark was drawn at the corner to make it’s mouth moves with your head movement. I also tried trompe l’oeil with drawing shadows both on walls and floor to make both animals pop out of the walls.

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4 days ago
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youngjusticer:

It’s almost time to reclaim the city…

5 days ago
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scxmbvg:

BIG DOGS THAT THINK THEY’RE SMALL LAP DOGS ARE MY FAVORITE DOGS IN THE ENTIRE WORLD

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6 days ago
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youngjusticer:

Fire is commonly associated with qualities of energy. Heraclitus regarded the soul as a mixture of water and fire, with the latter being more noble, believing that the goal of the soul is to be cleansed of water to become pure fire since worldly pleasures make the soul “moist.” Ice, a naturally-occurring crystalline, is believed to be slippery because molecules in contact with air cannot properly bond with molecules of the mass of ice beneath. These molecules remain in a semi-liquid state, providing lubrication regardless of pressure against the ice exerted by any object. Ice comes in many forms. Snowflakes are created when tiny droplets freeze. Pellets, or sleet, consist of translucent balls of ice that are a fusion of rain and snow. Hail generates in storm clouds when supercooled water droplets freeze on contact with condensation nuclei like dust or dirt. “Diamond dust,” or ice needles, forms at temperatures approaching -40°C.

Scorpion and Sub-Zero, by Stanislav Novarenko.

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