"The history of philosophy has always been the agent of power in philosophy, and even in thought. It has played the repressor’s role: how can you think without having read Plato, Descartes, Kant and Heidegger and so-and-so’s book on them? A formidable school of intimidation which manufactures specialists in thought—but which makes those who stay outside conform all the more to this specialism which they despise. An image of thought called philosophy has been formed historically and it stops people from thinking."
— Deleuze, ‘Dialogues’ (via aidsnegligee)

The students of Global Collegiate School Pokhara getting ready for the day. (at Ranipauwa, Pokhara)

High up in the clouds

Fish out of water #nepal

Sending it to Pokhara @pokhareljagat (at Pokhara)

Dinner round 3 (at Bandipur)

Dinner @pokhareljagat @bijaybhai51 (at Bandipur)

"The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it – Henry David Thoreau."
— (via stunningpicture)



A Koala reflecting on his sins, his triumphs, and the inevitability of death.

i’m kvelling 

This actually strikes me as incredibly profound. And adorable. 

Like, this is something you can really do while casually eating an apple. 

"Take away love and our earth is a tomb."
— Robert Browning