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mockingkiss:

is anyone else just so tired of everything

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misandry-mermaid:

bearstrich:

You know why women often say “nothing’s wrong” when something is definitely bothering them

It’s because men have been belittling, minimizing and mocking our emotions forever

And we are socialized to be as passive and undemanding and selfless as possible, and not to run any risk of bothering or angering a man lest he abandon or hurt us
It’s not passive aggression, it is fear

oh my god

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lazyyogi:

1. There is no actual act of letting go, there is just no longer holding on. 

2. When you touch a stove and it burns you, you don’t have to tell yourself to stop. When you connect the cause and effect, letting go is natural. 

3. Attachments fall away on their own when you no longer seek yourself in them. 

4. Who is the one journeying toward freedom? The one who is already free. 

Everything has already let go of you. Therefore letting go is just getting with reality. 

5. You cannot actually hold onto things and so you cannot actually let go of them. Seeing that is letting go. 

As they say, let go or be dragged. 

Namaste :)

What are some things that are useful to know In the endeavor of letting go of things. asked by etoile-myers

curtisplease:

i don’t even get angry anymore everything bad that happens just makes me sigh and feel tired

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25, 21 | Jaurim

When the season comes where the wind blows and the flowers wither
It still feels like I’m holding your hand

I’m not crying there’s just overpriced college education in my eye

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7 months ago untrustyou:

Dimitris Tamvakos
Celtic Sea (2009)

untrustyou:

Dimitris Tamvakos

Celtic Sea (2009)

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7 months ago 
Suncheon Bay possesses the biggest colony of reeds in Korea. Among all of the world’s wetlands, it is best known for attracting the largest number of rare birds. There are about 140 species.

Suncheon Bay possesses the biggest colony of reeds in Korea. Among all of the world’s wetlands, it is best known for attracting the largest number of rare birds. There are about 140 species.

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