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Quote 16 Sep 57,916 notes
So, what if, instead of thinking about solving your whole life, you just think about adding additional good things. One at a time. Just let your pile of good things grow.
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Holy crap. This. This. This.

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Quote 14 Aug 82,670 notes
A beautiful day begins with a beautiful mindset. When you wake up, take a second to think about what a privilege it is to simply be alive and healthy. The moment you start acting like life is a blessing, I assure you it will start to feel like one.
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Video 14 Aug 142,283 notes

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irresisting:

everything we touch is art

God damn.

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Quote 13 Aug 1,348 notes
But I’ll tell you what hermits realize. If you go off into a far, far forest and get very quiet, you’ll come to understand that you’re connected with everything.
— Alan Watts  (via psilolysergicamine)

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wethinkwedream:

Every once in a while you’ve just got to spend some serious time touching your skin, looking at the way your stretchmarks reflect the light, run your fingers through your hair, watch the way your fingers move, grab your thighs, wash your face, and look at yourself in the mirror (the less clothing,…

Video 13 Aug 8,664 notes

heyluchie:

Hey there you! Here’s a comic that I did for school! It’s about Beauty and appearances and people. I got a lot of help from twitter for the last page. Thanks to anyone who sent me selfies! I loved your cute faces.

Hope you’ll like the comic! Have a nice sunday!

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Mirror Lake @ Yosemite National Park 

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Mirror Lake @ Yosemite National Park 

Quote 12 Aug 269 notes
None of us can truly know what we mean to other people, and none of us can know what our future self will experience. History and philosophy ask us to remember these mysteries, to look around at friends, family, humanity, at the surprises life brings — the endless possibilities that living offers — and to persevere. There is love and insight to live for, bright moments to cherish, and even the possibility of happiness, and the chance of helping someone else through his or her own troubles. Know that people, through history and today, understand how much courage it takes to stay. Bear witness to the night side of being human and the bravery it entails, and wait for the sun. If we meditate on the record of human wisdom we may find there reason enough to persist and find our way back to happiness. The first step is to consider the arguments and evidence and choose to stay. After that, anything may happen. First, choose to stay.
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Jennifer Michael Hecht, from Stay: A History of Suicide and Philosophies Against It 

Upon hearing the news of Robin Williams’ death last night, I offer these necessary words from the closing chapter of Ms. Hecht’s book. Read the final chapter here and listen to Krista Tippett’s interview with the historian-philosopher-poet

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