why ed sheeran is a lyrical genius

ed: it's alright to die cause death is the only thing you haven't tried but just for tonight hold on
ed: when my hair's all but gone and my memory fades and the crowds don't remember my name when my hands don't play the same strings the same way i know you will still love me the same
ed: i don't get waves of missing you anymore they're more like tsunami tides in my eyes
ed: you can fit me inside the necklace you got when you were sixteen next to your heartbeat where i should be keep it deep within your soul


being an angry crier is the worst because people either feel bad for you or they think they won. like no. i’m gonna punch you in the jaw. i’m just crying i’ll still knock you down a peg.

Natalie Dormer attends Christian Dior: Front Row at Paris Fashion Week Womenswear (September 26, 2014).


Australia is one of the world’s major coal exporters, but the Abbott government is working hard to avoid any new commitments on climate change. Prime minister Abbott will not attend Ban Ki-Moon’s climate summit this week, unlike 125 other heads of government. He has also indicated that climate change will not be on the agenda of the G20 meeting, when Australia hosts global leaders in Brisbane this November.

Canberra is also reluctant to provide the necessary funds to assist developing countries to transition towards new energy systems. Last year, at the 2013 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, the Abbott government announced it would not contribute to the new Green Climate Fund, an innovative global mechanism to provide finance for developing countries to adapt to the adverse effects of climate change.

If Abbott won’t go to New York to hear the concerns of young islanders, they’ll bring the message to him.

For months, members of the Pacific Climate Warriors network – from Vanuatu, Tokelau, Kiribati, Tonga and the Federated States of Micronesia – have been building canoes. They’ll be arriving soon in Australia to highlight the role played by successive Australian governments in blocking stronger international action on greenhouse gas emissions.

On 17 October, canoes crewed by the Climate Warriors will blockade the world’s largest coal port in Newcastle, to highlight the contribution of Australia’s fossil fuel industry to global warming. These young islanders have defiantly rejected the image of Pacific peoples as victims of sea level rise. In their own words: “We are not drowning. We are fighting.”



This apartment tour makes me so positive & peaceful!
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