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posted 31 Jul 20 with 41,568 notes

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Georgia O’Keeffe, in a letter to Russel Vernon Hunter, from Georgia O’Keeffe: Art and Letters

Art by René Magritte

posted 03 Jul 20 with 19,558 notes

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手上棋牌6 months into 2020 and I’ve probably enjoyed about 12 days altogether.

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i can still hear you saying you would never break the chain

posted 16 May 20 with 122,990 notes

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手上棋牌truer words have never been spoken

posted 16 Apr 20 with 96,559 notes

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there’s a misconception that grief only happens when we lose people. this is not true. we can grieve circumstances, relationships, missed opportunities. in fact, sometimes when you find yourself plagued with waves of emotion from sadness to melancholy you may be grieving yourself. the version of yourself that you might have been if things had been different, or if only you had said something, or if someone had stood up for you.

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“Mary Oliver, from “the fourth sign of the zodiac” published in Blue Horses
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Mary Oliver, from “the fourth sign of the zodiac” published in Blue Horses

posted 25 Jun 19 with 478,950 notes

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手上棋牌as you get older, you realize that you’re not always right and there’s so many things you could’ve handled better, so many situations where you could’ve been kinder and all you can really do is forgive yourself and let your mistakes make you a better person.

posted 20 Mar 19 with 118,845 notes

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手上棋牌if you remember that life is fluid you’ll never feel stuck. nothing is the end all or your only option. when something ends it’s your time to start something new. it doesn’t matter how often doors close if you’re always moving forward. don’t dwell or try to open those old doors. the more you keep moving, the more you’ll see life is working in your favor.

posted 14 Dec 18 with 164,514 notes

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You’re healing every time you

  • get out of bed because there’s something you’re excited about.
  • don’t think about people who left.
  • clean the clutter in the room and dishes in your sink.
  • smile at yourself and random people.
  • do something kind and out of the blue to make someone happy.
  • work out or meet with friends even though you have no energy to.
  • calm yourself down when your thoughts race.
  • remember to drink water.
  • don’t dwell on things you can’t control.
  • do things good for yourself, even though you have no motivation.
  • tell yourself that you’re growing from this, and you won’t feel like this forever.
posted 08 Dec 18 with 25,346 notes

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“Stop cringing — at your future, at your failure, at yourself in the mirror — and stand up and look directly at who you are. Not who you should’ve been, but who you are now. Let that person in. Let her be as mediocre and wrong and shameful and sad and miserable and brilliant and hilarious as she wants to be, because she knows exactly what you need to feel good. She has plans for you. She wants to show you what comes next. She wants to take you into the future you’re dreading and say, “See? You never would’ve imagined this.”

“Ask Polly: Is Life All Downhill From Here?” by Heather Havrilesky

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– franz kafka, diary entry, august 27, 1916

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posted 08 Dec 18 with 118,086 notes

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Someone: “So tell me about yourself!”

手上棋牌My two brain cells suddenly knowing nothing about my own personality or existence:

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posted 05 Dec 18 with 42,284 notes

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when uma thurman said “i’ve been waiting. to feel. less angry. and when i’m ready. i’ll say what i have to say.”

posted 03 Dec 18 with 299,663 notes

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if you’re reading this i hope you find the strength to get through whatever it is that’s causing you so much trouble or pain at the moment

posted 28 Nov 18 with 3,170 notes

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“People will do anything, no matter how absurd, in order to avoid facing their own soul. One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.”

Carl Jung