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Abbé Pierre alias Henri Grouès (1912-2007) :

"L’amitié nous fait partager de grands moments de bonheur, mais aussi d’immenses peines. L’important est de partager, de s’écouter, de se soutenir."

“Friendship makes us share great moments of happiness, but also immense sorrows. The important is to share, to listen to each other, to stick together.”

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"La vie est plus belle que la prudence."

“Life is more beautiful than caution.”

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"L’emploi, c’est comme le pain, ça se partage."

“Employment, it’s like bread, it’s shared.”

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"Les hommes politiques ne connaissent la misère que par les statistiques. On ne pleure pas devant les chiffres."

“The politicians know poverty only by the statistics. We don’t cry in front of figures.”

Abbé Pierre alias Henri Grouès (1912-2007) :

"Il faut que la voix des hommes sans voix empêche les puissants de dormir."

“The voice of the voiceless people has to prevent the powerful from sleeping.”

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"Il ne faut pas attendre d’être parfait pour commencer quelque chose de bien."

“You must not wait to be perfect to begin something good.”

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"Il ne faut pas faire la guerre aux pauvres, mais à la pauvreté."

“You must not wage war to poor people, but to poverty.”

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"L’amitié, c’est ce qui vient au cœur quand on fait ensemble des choses belles et difficiles."

“Friendship, it’s what comes to the heart when we make together beautiful and difficult things.”

Abbé Pierre alias Henri Grouès (1912-2007) :

"Avoir souffert rend tellement plus perméable à la souffrance des autres."

"To have suffered makes so much more permeable to the suffering of others."

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"Ce n’est pas avec des moyens policiers et des armes que l’on empêchera les pauvres de s’installer chez nous."

“It’s not with police forces and weapons that we will prevent the poor people from settling down at our homes.”

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"De temps en temps, faire ce qui ne se fait pas, ça fait du bien."

“From time to time, to do what is wrong to do, it makes feel good.”

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"Et quand le soir dans vos belles maisons, vous allez embrasser vos petits enfants avec votre bonne conscience, au regard de Dieu, vous avez probablement plus de sang sur vos mains d’inconscient que n’en aura jamais le désespéré."

And when in the evening in your beautiful houses, you go to kiss your small children with your good consciousness, with regard to God, you have probably more blood on your hands of unconscious than will ever have the desperate person.

brightestofcentaurus:

Seven Sisters: Pleiades
The Seven Sisters, also called the Pleiades or M45, is an open star cluster located about 400 light years away towards the constellation Taurus. It is about 13 light years across and is one of the brightest and closest star clusters to us.
The cluster contains over 3000 stars, most of which are considered middle aged. Surrounding the brighter stars are reflection nebulae, gas and dust reflecting the light from the stars. Also buried in the cluster are faint, low mass brown dwarf stars.
Image from National Geographic, information from NASA.

brightestofcentaurus:

Seven Sisters: Pleiades

The Seven Sisters, also called the Pleiades or M45, is an open star cluster located about 400 light years away towards the constellation Taurus. It is about 13 light years across and is one of the brightest and closest star clusters to us.

The cluster contains over 3000 stars, most of which are considered middle aged. Surrounding the brighter stars are reflection nebulae, gas and dust reflecting the light from the stars. Also buried in the cluster are faint, low mass brown dwarf stars.

Image from National Geographic, information from NASA.

our-amazing-world:

Eagle nest near the Amazing World beautiful amazing

our-amazing-world:

Eagle nest near the Amazing World beautiful amazing

faredisfare:

Joel Santos, Sadhu, Varanasi, India

faredisfare:

Joel Santos, Sadhu, Varanasi, India

magictransistor:

James Collins, after Cornelis Bloemaert (1625); Owl wearing reading spectacles by candlelight (woodcut), England, circa 1685.

magictransistor:

James Collins, after Cornelis Bloemaert (1625); Owl wearing reading spectacles by candlelight (woodcut), England, circa 1685.