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Love this space. 

Love this space. 

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This dog is awesome.  This dog is awesome.  This dog is awesome.  This dog is awesome. 
This dog is awesome. 
This dog is awesome. 
This dog is awesome. 
This dog is awesome. 

This dog is awesome. 

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desert-dreamer:

kanchan mahon

Love this.

desert-dreamer:

kanchan mahon

Love this.

simena:

Andrew Nicholl

Spring flowers.

simena:

Andrew Nicholl

Spring flowers.

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Love calls - everywhere and always.
We’re sky bound.
Are you coming?

Rumi (via emotional-algebra)

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Three things you can’t recover in life …
The moment, after it’s passed
The words, after they’re spoken and
The time, after it’s lost.

Unknown (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

Very true. 

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autosafari:

Gustav Klimt

Beautiful. 

autosafari:

Gustav Klimt

Beautiful. 

brianjamie:

Matthew Powell
© Brian Jamie Photography

Strength. 

brianjamie:

Matthew Powell

© Brian Jamie Photography

Strength. 

This is great! 

This is great! 

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I love this. So beautiful. 

I love this. So beautiful. 

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jrusevich:

Svetlana Zakharova
Photo: M. Olich

jrusevich:

Svetlana Zakharova

Photo: M. Olich

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It’s not that you magically transcend suffering. You simply lose interest in it. Suffering is our attempt to escape or transcend this moment. But who we really are is, in truth, inseparable from this moment. What’s happening now is, on the deepest level, not an enemy to be feared or rejected, but a dear old friend in disguise, already deeply allowed in the unlimited vastness of what we are. In seeing both the futility and ultimate impossibility of separating yourself from life itself, you simply lose interest in escaping present experience. It’s way too much effort and only leads to psychological pain. Escaping this moment does not provide what you truly long for. And so what remains is simply a natural willingness to experience everything in its fullness, and not run away into comforting stories, or spiritual concepts. It’s the willingness that you are in your essence. The end of suffering is not a personal achievement nor a future state or goal to reach - it’s the simple recognition of the way things already are, and have always been. Some teachings say “nobody suffers”, and now we can understand why.

Jeff Foster (via 1he-art)

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strechanadi:

Alina Cojocaru, Zdenek Konvalina
No man´s land
photo: L. Liotardo

Beautiful. 

strechanadi:

Alina Cojocaru, Zdenek Konvalina

No man´s land

photo: L. Liotardo

Beautiful. 

This is awesome!

This is awesome!

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