Silly Glee

The doors we open and close each day decide the lives we live.

Ask me anything :)
1:37 PM
June 4th, 2011
nevver:

Thomas Saliot

Wooh. Legs. @_@


nevver:

Thomas Saliot

Wooh. Legs. @_@

1:25 PM
June 4th, 2011



1:21 PM
June 4th, 2011
nevver:

The End of Civilization, Visual-Poetry

No to RH. No to divorce.


nevver:

The End of Civilization, Visual-Poetry

No to RH. No to divorce.

9:17 AM
May 30th, 2011
When you know you have someone who doesn’t mind how messed up you are, everything else just doesn’t matter. Because he can always make the rest of the day lighter than it actually is :)


When you know you have someone who doesn’t mind how messed up you are, everything else just doesn’t matter. Because he can always make the rest of the day lighter than it actually is :)

3:17 PM
April 6th, 2011
momonsterkill:

TRIA HAEC© Monica Ramos 
Statues Atop the Main Building

STANDING ATOP THE MAIN BUILDING’S ROOF are statues symbolizing the spiritual and intellectual aspirations of the university. A creation of the Italian expatriate sculptor Ricardo Francesco Monti, who once taught at the UST College of Architecture and Fine Arts in the early 1950s, the statues were installed between 1949 and 1953.
Above the main doorway of the building is a group of three statues symbolizing the three virtues: Faith, Hope, and Charity, also known as Tria Haec (Latin for “These Three”). Facing the building, one sees to the left of the Tria Haec, the statues of Vincent de Beauvais, O.P., St. Augustine, and St. Raymond de Peñafort, O.P. To the right are the philosophers Aristotle, St. Albert the Great, and Plato. On the side facing P. Noval Street are the three great writers of tragedy, Calderon dela Barca, Sophocles, and William Shakespeare. On the opposite side are the statues of great playwrights, Lope de Vega, Aristophanes, and Moliere. —source



The alma mater I miss. Happy 400! :)


momonsterkill:

TRIA HAEC
© Monica Ramos 

Statues Atop the Main Building

STANDING ATOP THE MAIN BUILDING’S ROOF are statues symbolizing the spiritual and intellectual aspirations of the university. A creation of the Italian expatriate sculptor Ricardo Francesco Monti, who once taught at the UST College of Architecture and Fine Arts in the early 1950s, the statues were installed between 1949 and 1953.

Above the main doorway of the building is a group of three statues symbolizing the three virtues: Faith, Hope, and Charity, also known as Tria Haec (Latin for “These Three”). Facing the building, one sees to the left of the Tria Haec, the statues of Vincent de Beauvais, O.P., St. Augustine, and St. Raymond de Peñafort, O.P. To the right are the philosophers Aristotle, St. Albert the Great, and Plato. On the side facing P. Noval Street are the three great writers of tragedy, Calderon dela Barca, Sophocles, and William Shakespeare. On the opposite side are the statues of great playwrights, Lope de Vega, Aristophanes, and Moliere. —source

The alma mater I miss. Happy 400! :)

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1:35 PM
October 13th, 2010
Brilliant! Conserve neurons! :p


Brilliant! Conserve neurons! :p

(Source: nevver)

4:05 PM
September 14th, 2010
save me. :l


save me. :l