Janglin Soul 🌙

Taylor. 20. Sagittarius.

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The river is one of my favorite metaphors, the symbol of the great flow of Life itself. The river begins at Source, and returns to Source, unerringly. This happens every single time, without exception. We are no different.

Jeffrey R. Anderson, from The Nature of Things: Navigating Everyday Life with Grace (Balboa Press, 2012)

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Perhaps we’ll meet again when we’re better for each other.

—Ten Word Poem #6  (via rumour)

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lifeof-ty:

Being out here makes me feel so lucky. Sometimes it’s hard to believe I’m alive and able to experience so much beauty. I can’t count how many times I whispered ‘thank you’ throughout this hike, to the trees, the sky, the birds, the Earth, the entire universe.  Instagram @tymurf

lifeof-ty:

Being out here makes me feel so lucky. Sometimes it’s hard to believe I’m alive and able to experience so much beauty. I can’t count how many times I whispered ‘thank you’ throughout this hike, to the trees, the sky, the birds, the Earth, the entire universe.
Instagram @tymurf

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A good goal should scare you a little and excite you a lot.

—Chris Soriano (via happy-absturz)

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mesess:

i’ve been playing with this photo for about four years and i think i’ve finally got it to match my memory of watching it and the ghostly layers of colored clouds fading to dark from my seat in a pine tree in castle rock state park - los gatos mountains, ca (may 2011)

mesess:

i’ve been playing with this photo for about four years and i think i’ve finally got it to match my memory of watching it and the ghostly layers of colored clouds fading to dark from my seat in a pine tree in castle rock state park - los gatos mountains, ca (may 2011)

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