El·e·na [el-uh-nuh, uh-ley-nuh; It. e-le-nah] /ˈɛlənə, əˈleɪnə; It. ɛˈlɛnɑ/ –noun a female given name, form of Helen // A proud student of His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche // Personal assistant with a BSc (Hons) Psych from Uni of Warwick // These are snapshots of my life, in words and pictures

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Omg this is making me so hungry

Fatty wants to eat!

To infinity, and beyond!

“All the qualities of the Buddhas of the ten directions and three times (past, present, and future) are embodied in Vajra Yogini. So these 8 Praises praise all the Buddhas simultaneously through Vajra Yogini. In reality every Buddha embodies the qualities of all Buddhas in existence. So every Buddha is a complete and perfect object […]

One night in Bangkok

A different side of Khao San One night in Bangkok

Hello Rioters.

Hello Rioters. Look at your friend, now back to me. Now at your friend, now back to me. Sadly, he isn’t me, but if he stopped using petrol bombs and started using the Job Centre he could potentially be me. Look down, back up. Where are we? You’re at an interview with the man your […]

Making fun of vegans

themrebelbones: sometimes you have to poke fun at yourself.

Quiet

When I see this, I think only one thing: quiet.

Light display

j-p-g: Yokohama #2 (via RieSu (monbikke))

City Museum, St Louis

zenlikeme: cosmicshart (http://cosmicshart.tumblr.com/post/8430646617): If you’re ever in St. Louis, MO, I suggest stopping by the City Museum.  It’s a huge building that’s been converted to a giant dream-like playground (adults have lots of fun too) with enough entertainment for hours.  Every time I go I like to get lost and see what strange things I […]

Three facts of life

Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth. – Buddha (via cnnrkysr)

Pink is my favourite colour

feministslut: andwithwonder: lgbtlaughs: In Western culture, the practice of assigning pink to an individual gender began in the 1920s or earlier. An article in the trade publication Earnshaw’s Infants’ Department in June 1918 said: “The generally accepted rule is pink for the boys, and blue for the girls. The reason is that pink, being a […]