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Call me Steve, or "Sir" if you please. From "down under" (Australia)
An unhealthy penchant for motorcycles, photography, younger women, watches, & art.
Some days, I'm a very bad man ;) Other days I'm rather civilized :) If you get to know me, I'm understanding, non-judgemental, and affectionate... but make no mistake, I embrace my inner wolf.

In my spare time, I restore & customise motorcycles.
Fresh coffee, wilderness, photography, live rock, tattoos, & naughty young ladies... these are my heroine.
Be genuine. Be your authentic self. Live with passion. Be good to one another. Namaste.

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“ The more you know who you are, and what you want, the less you let things upset you. ”

—    Stephanie PerkinsAnna and the French Kiss (via feellng)

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fairytalefaker:

Do you know the horrors that happened where you’re standing?

Life goes on, strange isn’t it?

Wow This is fucking brilliant. My new favourite post on tumblr.

This is truly a work out art, props to whoever created this

People often say we shouldn’t dwell on the past, which is true, because we should live in the now and not lose sight of the future.
HOWEVER, we should also be mindful to never forget the past, lest we repeat the mistakes of old and risk the future of mankind again.
These days we aren’t under attack by a cruel tyrannical Nazi regime, but instead, attacked by our own destructive and wasteful way of living, and governments that seek to manipulate and blind us as they rape our planet and our livelihoods.
Either way, there is always some battle being fought. It’s only the venue and tactics that change. The prize is always the same - the planet, your soul.
Be mindful.
Namaste

(via madmadsparade)

Everyday there is a plethora of people who employ the Latin term “Carpe Diem”, and although they are aware of what it means (loosely), most have no idea where it comes from.
I remember as a teenager reading the Odes of Horace, and also Homer’s Illiad; along with many other great ancient Greek classics/dramas. My mind boggled at the tales the ancients had come across in their time, wonders that had long been removed from the face of our Earth via frequent stirrings of nature. Epics that had once been folklore, where some have now been proven actual history (Like Gilgamesh from ancient Sumer/Mesopotamia). 

Hmm, I digress… back to the point in hand. The origins of “Carpe Diem” ~

"Don’t ask, for it’s forbidden to know what end
the gods have given me or you.
Don’t play with Babylonian numerology either. {meaning don’t put stake in chance alone}
How much better it is to endure whatever will be!
Whether Jupiter has allotted you many more winters or this one;
which even now wears out the Tyrrhenian sea on the opposing rocks, {meaning the Universe and life is a constant ebb, and all is affected by it’s motion, not just man}
Be wise, be truthful, strain the wine, and scale back your long hopes
to a short period.
While we speak, envious time will have already fled,
seize the day, trusting as little as possible in the next day.”

~ Horace’s Odes ~

This is the English transliteration from the Latin poem.

Don’t wait for a tomorrow that may never arrive. Don’t put off what can be done today, for tomorrow is promised to no man.

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