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    Through day dreams and while lost in thought, You’re always close by…♥️♥️ have a beautiful day!!

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  • Heart disease is in the eye of the beholder

    Heart disease is in the eye of the beholder

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    In a new study from Shiley Eye Institute at UC San Diego Health, researchers have identified a potential new marker that shows cardiovascular disease may be present in a patient using an optical coherence tomography (OCT) scan—a non-invasive diagnostic tool commonly used in ophthalmology and optometry clinics to create images of the retina. The finding suggests…


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  • No, it’s not that the octopus wouldn’t love you. If it touched, if it tasted you, each of its three hearts would turn red.

    Mary Szybist, From Incarnadine: Poems; “The lushness of it”

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  • Dr. Oz helped save people suffering from heart attacks at Newark Airport

    Dr. Oz helped save people suffering from heart attacks at Newark Airport

    Dr. Mehmat Oz, widely known as “Dr. Oz”, the host of a health and lifestyle show, arrived to assist a man who had a heart attack at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey on Monday night Had a seizure.
    According to a statement from the Port Authority Police Department, Port Authority Officer Jeffrey Croissant was first to notice a 60-year-old man, who was not named, fell into a…


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  • One tear

    One tear for the trick

    One tear for the trust

    One tear for the heart

    One tear for the hurt

    One tear for the broken

    One tear for the hit

    One tear for the trip

    One tear for the blow

    One tear for the echo

    One tear for the tear

    One tear for the hole

    One tear for the blood

    One tear for the scream

    One tear for the sirens

    One tear for the pain

    One tear for the cracks

    One tear for the lost

    And one cry form the bullet

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  • Broken crystals

    Looks so perfect from the outside

    Like a crystal chandeliers.

    Yet when it breaks

    It shatters into millions,

    Of pieces that you can’t put together

    Look at this mess you have caused,

    To an innocent piece of crystal

    From being polished and shiny,

    To lying broken on this ground

    Like it was never meant to

    Make it through this day

    You seem sorry and guilty,

    But what a laughable thing

    What’s done is done.

    Nothing that your sadness can unmake

    But it makes me wonder,

    If this never took place

    Would you have done it all over again,

    Knowing the consequences

    Or would you have left it,

    To shine as long as it can

    Like a ballet dancer wanting

    To shine between thousands of

    Petals on the pink stage

    In front of the world to watch her shine.

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  • It’ll be alright said the heart ❤️ to the brain

    ,you just think too much.

    - Obali Sun

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    My sweet girl Nola. How can I say no to that face

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  • English Translation:



    5 films that promote the lesbian cause

    Screenshot from Todd Haynes’ movie “Carol”, 2015.

    Each year many films are released in cinemas or on streaming platforms. Among them, very few focus on the LGBT community and more particularly lesbians, even if their representation tends to develop. Let’s take a look back at 5 striking and important films on Sapphic relationships.

    1- “Carol” by Todd Haynes, 2015

    1950s, New York. Thérèse, a young employee of a department store meets Carol, a charismatic woman, married and mother of a little girl. Unfortunately, this one finds herself locked in her marriage and this meeting will change everything for the two women. As soon as they meet, an attraction is born and turns into a forbidden love. Since the conventions of the time were conservative and homosexuality rejected, they had no choice but to go into hiding.

    “Carol” was adapted from Patricia Highsmith’s book of the same name. It is a strong and poignant story that cannot be left unscathed. In addition, Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara’s acting is striking. It is anchored today as a classic among LGBT films.

    2- “Portrait of the young girl on fire” by Céline Sciamma, 2019

    1770, France. Marianne, a young painter, is to paint the wedding portrait of Heloise. The young woman has just left the convent and must marry a Milanese nobleman. In resistance to this marriage, Héloïse refuses to pose. Introduced as her new lady-in-waiting, Marianne looks at her, analyzes her and memorizes her features in order to paint her in secret. Only, she cannot continue to lie to Heloise any longer as their bond strengthens and love is born between them.

    The film received the Screenplay Award at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival and received critical acclaim. The beauty of the scenes gives the impression of being in a painting for the duration of the film. Poetic and artistic, “Portrait of the Girl on Fire” is a true masterpiece.

    3- “Ammonite” by Francis Lee, 2020

    1840, England. Mary Anning was a renowned paleontologist but now lives with her mother in a remote location on the rugged south coast of England. She continues to glean ammonites which she then sells to wealthy visitors. One day, she meets Roderick Murchison, a wealthy tourist who asks her to take care of his convalescent wife Charlotte during her business trip. Reluctant at first to meet up with this one, she ends up accepting and begins a passionate affair between the two women.

    “Ammonite” defies social barriers and signs a story unlike anything we’ve seen before. With Kate Winslet, Saoirse Ronan and Fiona Show, the cast turns out to be very astonishing. The film is all tenderness and delicacy.

    4- “La Belle saison” by Catherine Corsini, 2015

    1971, Paris. Delphine, a farmer’s daughter who has always lived in the countryside, decides to leave for Paris in order to emancipate herself and be financially independent. Carole is in a relationship with Manuel and is a Spanish teacher. Very committed to the beginning of feminism, she is part of the Women’s Liberation Movement (MLF) in which Delphine will take part. From there, their relationship will evolve and the two of them will have a great love story until one day reality catches up with them.

    The historical background of the 1970s with the empowerment of women who are beginning to make their voices heard and to fight for their rights is an asset in this film. In addition to following two women who discover and tame each other, we find ourselves confronted with the harsh reality of Sapphic relationships: the fear of the gaze of the other.

    5- “A secret love” by Chris Bola, 2020

    Documentary available on Netflix, “A Secret Love” tells the story of Terry and Pat, two octogenarians whose love has been kept secret for a long time. Met in 1947, they spent more than 70 years of their life together. Both have known the repression of lesbianism, in a context like that, they did not accept this term qualifying them. They lived together but called each other “cousins” or “friends” when they had to talk about each other to someone outside. It wasn’t until the end of their lives that they celebrated their love by getting married a few months before Terry died.

    Homosexuality in old age is rarely shown. This documentary highlights the type of discrimination that older lesbian women can experience, such as a retirement home that accepts their marriage. The generation that this film shows us is the one that was keen to protect itself, to remain hidden even if that meant silencing part of its identity. Their story is truly touching and endearing.

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    #carol #portrait of a lady on fire #ammonite #la belle saison #a secret love #lesbian movies#adele haenel#adelehaenel#movies #marianne x heloise #noemie merlant#cinema#critique #for the love of movies #c?line sciamma #can’t get enough #lbgtq#heart
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  • The sin that is in one man’s heart is able to infect a whole world; it is of such a spreading and infectious nature. ~ Thomas Brooks

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  • COVID-19 can kill heart muscle cells, interfere with contraction

    COVID-19 can kill heart muscle cells, interfere with contraction

    A study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis provides evidence that the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 can invade and replicate inside heart muscle cells, causing cell death and interfering with heart muscle contraction. The image of engineered heart tissue shows human heart muscle cells (red) infected with SARS-CoV-2 (green). Credit: Washington University School of…


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  • Piccsy :: Piccsy discovered by αnαsof glz ♥ on We Heart It

    Piccsy :: Piccsy discovered by αnαsof glz ♥ on We Heart It


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    #discovered#glz#Heart#Piccsy #schöne zitate über das leben #αnαsof
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  • A new heart at 18 put her on a new path

    A new heart at 18 put her on a new path

    Jill Hollander was 9 when, during a visit to her cardiologist with her parents, he asked her to step outside so he could speak alone with her parents.

    Nonsense, she thought.
    “I want to be in the room too,” she told them. “It’s about me, and I have a right to be here.”
    Now 40, Hollander vividly remembers that moment. Not because of the news the doctor shared—she doesn’t even recall it—but because…


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