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rositaja Ich hab euch den Himmel eingefangen und die Ampel auf rot gestellt, dass es schön bleibt Hoffentlich klappts 1mon

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rositaja Der Optimist glaubt, dass wir in der besten aller möglichen Welten leben, und der Pessimist befürchtet, dass das stimmt. James Branch Cabell ️ goOD niGhT and sWeEt drEAms 1mon

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rositaja Wer langsam lebt, hat länger etwas davon... Ernst Ferstl Slowly enjoy Sunday 1mon

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indiastretched Young monks preparing dough for making butter sculptures at Tashiding Gompa, Sikkim. These offerings are called Torma and made of flour and butter. Sometimes they are colored using dyes and carved into various designs and shapes, depending on the purpose of the offering. Tormas have different uses. Some are created during religious ceremonies. Others are meant for consumption after a ritual. Some are made to appease spirits or remove obstacles. They are one of the key visual elements in Tibetan Buddhism. 2mon

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rositaja Unsere Altvorderen sahen in der Mistel ein Symbol für den Sieg des Lebens über den Tod, weil das grüne Laub im Winter besonders hervorsticht.
(Unbekannt) Heute habe ich kein Berlinfoto für euch heiditei ️ Weekend is over GD evEnINg peEpS
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indiastretched An exquisite mural of Vaisarana, one of the Heavenly Kings guarding the four cardinal directions, at Rumtek gompa, Sikkim. Vaisravana is the guardian of the North and has evolved from the Hindu deity Kubera. He is represented on the entrance of all monasteries adhering to Tibetan Buddhism. He is easily recognisable from his yellow face and holding a mongoose in one hand. The mongoose is an enemy of the snake, symbolic of greed. 2mon

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