Loneliness is the human condition. Cultivate it. The way it tunnels into you allows your soul room to grow. Never expect to outgrow loneliness. Never hope to find people who will understand you, someone to fill that space. An intelligent, sensitive person is the exception, the very great exception. If you expect to find people who will understand you, you will grow murderous with disappointment. The best you’ll ever do is to understand yourself.
Janet Fitch (via purplebuddhaproject)

zackisontumblr:

just a reminder that you are important, you do make a difference, and the impact you have on the people around you is so much greater than you can see

timothydelaghetto:

recoveryisbeautiful:

in-catz-we-trust:

why cant more people realize this?

this spoke to me

Mothafuckin PREACH

timothydelaghetto:

recoveryisbeautiful:

in-catz-we-trust:

why cant more people realize this?

this spoke to me

Mothafuckin PREACH

Reblog if the Education system has ever had a negative effect on you.

justdontwordshurt:

Im working on a psych project and my topic is how messed up the education system is and how it causes students to stress out way too much, cause panic attacks, speed up the rate of depression, cause mental break downs etc. I want real statistics and maybe your experience. Please include age/grade or year/experience if you would like to tell me anonymously your experience

awakeningourtruth:

curdoodle:

I think “dreaming” may actually be us traveling alternate realties that exist parallel to the one we experience while we are awake.

If anyone has any thoughts about this I’d like to hear them.

I’m so happy I got to share my art with you all!
www.curdoodle.com PRINTS AVAILABLE NOW!

Trust yourself. At the root, at the core, there is pure sanity, pure openness. Don’t trust what you have been taught, what you think, what you believe, what you hope. Deeper than that, trust the silence of your being.
Gangaji (via cielolindo86)
parkstepp:

Let yourself be
Unburden yourself from the limitations you’ve borrowed from others. And let yourself be. Empty your mind of the fears, doubts, worries and distractions that have built upon each other. And let yourself be.
This moment is filled with every possibility. All that you need to live it fully is already yours.
Look past the noise and turmoil of your thoughts. Be at peace with what is now, and see that peace as it spreads far beyond you.
Let any resentment, anger or disappointment from the past dissolve into nothingness, never to return. Let any anxiety or worry about the future melt away.
Now is where you can make a positive difference. Now is when you can let yourself be.
— Ralph Marston From my partner @marseelee

parkstepp:

Let yourself be

Unburden yourself from the limitations you’ve borrowed from others. And let yourself be. Empty your mind of the fears, doubts, worries and distractions that have built upon each other. And let yourself be.

This moment is filled with every possibility. All that you need to live it fully is already yours.

Look past the noise and turmoil of your thoughts. Be at peace with what is now, and see that peace as it spreads far beyond you.

Let any resentment, anger or disappointment from the past dissolve into nothingness, never to return. Let any anxiety or worry about the future melt away.

Now is where you can make a positive difference. Now is when you can let yourself be.

— Ralph Marston
From my partner @marseelee

soulist-aurora:

Good luck by Hajin Bae
"We believe that good luck happens by chance.But don’t forget it. You did something. So good luck able to found you.”

soulist-aurora:

Good luck by Hajin Bae

"We believe that good luck happens by chance.
But don’t forget it. You did something. So good luck able to found you.”

tulipnight:

Calm Water by adonyvan on Flickr.

tulipnight:

Calm Water by adonyvan on Flickr.

everydaywithpewdiepie:

troyesivan:

mandycreates:

kethera:

coconutcoconutcoconut:

youneedmeoryourenothing:

#actors who are actually their character

the greatest casting ever.

Even better when you think about how Dan got a place for himself in NY to continue his career, Emma went to a school in USA, and Rupert bought an ice cream truck.

Follow your dreams Rupert

I didn’t know this. So I looked it up and - HE ACTUALLY DID.image

‘I keep my van well stocked. It’s got a proper machine that dispenses Mr Whippy ice cream and I buy my lollies wholesale – 50 for a tenner – so I never run short.

I’m not allowed to sell my merchandise. I’d need a licence for that. ‘I tend to avoid July and August, but the rest of the year I’ll drive around the local villages and if I see some kids looking like they’re in need of ice creams, I’ll pull over and dish them out for free. They’ll say, “Ain’t you Ron Weasley?” And I’ll say, “It’s strange, I get asked that a lot.”

It makes it even better that he just GIVES the icecream away.

this poST GETS MORE AND MORE AMAZING AS YOU READ

HAHAHAHHAHAHAHA OMG THIS IS THE BEST POST EVER

pag-asaharibon:

Datto Bulan, Chief of the Bagobos

The last group to move onto the Philippine Reservation, the Bagobo people were admired for their friendly demeanor, handsome appearance, and elaborately ornamented costumes. The thirty-person contingent originated from the Philippine island of Mindanao.
Despite their Muslim faith, the Bagobos were characterized as primitive and pagan. Besides being skilled in hunting and farming, the Bagobos were also exceedingly good bead workers, adoring their garments with strings of beads in variety of colors. 
Their chief, Bulan, was nineteen years old. Like the other Bagobo men who lived on the Philippine Reservation, Bulan’s handsome physique and graceful demeanor earned him praise from Fair visitors.

pag-asaharibon:

Datto Bulan, Chief of the Bagobos

The last group to move onto the Philippine Reservation, the Bagobo people were admired for their friendly demeanor, handsome appearance, and elaborately ornamented costumes. The thirty-person contingent originated from the Philippine island of Mindanao.

Despite their Muslim faith, the Bagobos were characterized as primitive and pagan. Besides being skilled in hunting and farming, the Bagobos were also exceedingly good bead workers, adoring their garments with strings of beads in variety of colors. 

Their chief, Bulan, was nineteen years old. Like the other Bagobo men who lived on the Philippine Reservation, Bulan’s handsome physique and graceful demeanor earned him praise from Fair visitors.