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royalestate:

1954 Breguet Type 20 - French Air Force issue, Valjoux 222 movement, @wannabuyawatch nylon strap #breguet #typexx #type20 #militarywatch #vintagewatch #valjoux #chronograph #wornandwound @wornandwound #womw #wus #watches #wristwatch #instawatch #watchstraps #french #breguetwatches #military #flyback #watchesofinstagram #montre #montres #watchaddict #watchcollector

“I’m not brave any more, darling. I’m all broken. They’ve broken me.”

—Ernest Hemingway (via larmoyante)

(via etxmartian)

“The goal to be reached is the mind’s insight into what knowing is. Impatience asks for the impossible, wants to reach the goal without the means of getting there. The length of the journey has to be borne with, for every moment is necessary; and again we must halt at every stage, for each is itself a complete individual form, and is fully and finally considered only so far as its determinate character is taken and dealt with as a rounded and concrete whole, or only so far as the whole is looked at in the light of the special and peculiar character which this determination gives it. Because the substance of individual mind, nay, more, because the universal mind at work in the world, has had the patience to go through these forms in the long stretch of time’s extent, and to take upon itself the prodigious labour of the world’s history, where it bodied forth in each form the entire content of itself, as each is capable of presenting it; and because by nothing less could that all–pervading mind ever manage to become conscious of what itself is – for that reason, the individual mind, in the nature of the case, cannot expect by less toil to grasp what its own substance contains.”

—Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (via itsquoted)

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