1. 22:05 17th Sep 2014

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  2. 22:00

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    i think it’s so neat that everyone develops their own unique handwriting even though we’re all taught to write our letters the same way really it’s so cool

    (Source: imayhavebeenborn)

  3. 20:28

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  4. But there was no need to be ashamed of tears, for tears bore witness that a man has the greatest of courage, the courage to suffer. Only very few realized that.
    — Viktor Frankl
  5. 19:45

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  6. 19:44

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    Picture yourself when you were five. in fact, dig out a photo of little you at that time and tape it to your mirror. How would you treat her, love her, feed her? How would you nurture her if you were the mother of little you? I bet you would protect her fiercely while giving her space to spread her itty-bitty wings. she’d get naps, healthy food, imagination time, and adventures into the wild. If playground bullies hurt her feelings, you’d hug her tears away and give her perspective. When tantrums or meltdowns turned her into a poltergeist, you’d demand a loving time-out in the naughty chair. From this day forward I want you to extend that same compassion to your adult self.
    — Kris Carr (via creatingaquietmind)
  7. 15:01 16th Sep 2014

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    Some days
    we defeat,
    some days
    we are defeated.
    — Nav K (via navk)
  9. 15:01

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  10. 11:45

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    Never have I seen so many young, privileged, people trying so hard to be happy. There are countless articles written about it, blogs named for it, workshops attending to it. Who ever said we’re supposed to be happy all the time, anyway? We’re not. And the pressure to do so might be what’s making us unhappy to begin with. It’s OK if you’re not completely content with your life twenty-four hours a day. Can you imagine what a boring person you’d be if you were? Going through sh*t storms, feeling uninspired, hating the way you look and having guilt over not accomplishing enough are just some of the things that make you interesting, relatable and human. Not to mention, if you’re reading this, then you have internet access and if you have internet access, it stands to reason that you have a computer, which makes me think you probably have a place to live, with electricity and plenty of food to eat and clean clothes to wear, which are all things that an enormous amount of people living on the planet today do not have. This is not to say that people shouldn’t strive to better their positions in life, however it seems like so many of us are no longer content with a regular amount of happy, yet dead-set on being maniacally jubilant, all of the time.
    — Kelly Rheel

    (Source: middlenameconfused)

  11. 11:00

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  12. 20:14 15th Sep 2014

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  13. 20:14

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  14. 09:25

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  15. 09:25

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