1. (Source: rusttee, via kulture-vulture)

     
  2. (Source: blazepress, via 4thsoul)

     

  3. "

    Once there was a man on a long journey who came to a river. He said to himself: “This side of the river is very difficult and dangerous to walk on, and the other side seems easier and safe, but how shall I get across?” So he built a raft out of branches and reeds and safely crossed the river. Then he thought to himself: “This raft has been very useful to me in crossing the river; I will not abandon it to rot on the bank, but will carry it along with me.” And thus he voluntarily assumed an unnecessary burden. Can this man be called a wise man?

    This parable teaches that even a good thing, when it becomes an unnecessary burden, should be thrown away; much more so if it is a bad thing.

    "
    — The Teaching of Buddha (via orsomethinglikethatreally)

    (via 4thsoul)

     
  4. (Source: hikingdreams, via elige)

     
  5. techsgtjenn:

    No, really.

    (via 4thsoul)

     

  6. "When the heart weeps for what it has lost, the spirit laughs for what it has found."
    — Sufi Proverb (via deadsocietypoet)

    (via 4thsoul)

     
  7. gonzopost:

    Song of the Sausage Creature - by Hunter S. Thompson

    "There are some things nobody needs in this world, and a bright-red, hunch-back, warp-speed 900cc cafe racer is one of them - but I want one anyway, and on some days I actually believe I need one. That is why they are dangerous."

    (via thelostboysandgirls)

     
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  9. "Synchronicity is an ever present reality for those who have eyes to see."
    — Carl Jung
     
  10. (Source: facebook.com, via elige)

     
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  13. "both models are based on massive levels of monopoly and rent extraction, and even the “Party of Working People” just gives us back just enough of our labor product from those extracted rents to keep us working. What they give back in “redistribution” is nowhere near what they helped their capitalist masters steal from us in the first place. The only real justice will come, not from electing farmers who are kinder to us “livestock,” but from tearing down the fence."
     

  14. "It was autumn, the springtime of death. Rain spattered the rotting leaves, and a wild wind wailed. Death was singing in the shower. Death was happy to be alive."
    — Tom Robbins, from Still Life with Woodpecker (Bantam Books, 1980)

    (Source: apoetreflects, via ladylilith333)

     

  15. "Respect your uniqueness and drop comparison. Relax into your being."
    — Osho (via lazyyogi)