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it is a serious thing
just to be alive
on this fresh morning
in the broken world.
Mary Oliver (via oofpoetry)

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Pre-Columbian roller. In the collection donated by Dicken Castro Musa archaeological museum - House headquarters of the Marquis of San Jorge

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Now more than ever do I realize that I will never be content with a sedentary life, that I will always be haunted by thoughts of a sun-drenched elsewhere.
Isabelle Eberhardt, The Nomad: The Diaries of Isabelle Eberhardt  (via thatkindofwoman)

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If you are humble nothing will touch you, neither praise nor disgrace, because you know what you are.
Mother Teresa (via kvtes)

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A healthy woman is much like a wolf: robust, chock-full, strong life force, life-giving, territorially aware, inventive, loyal, roving.
The point of simple living, for me has got to be: a soft place to land, a wide margin of error, room to breathe, lots of places to find baseline happiness in each and every day.
Leo Babauta (via philo-sofia)

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ambermozo:

be with someone who will stop what they are doing to kiss you. Life gets crazy and busy and things happen and in the middle of it, i think its important to be with someone who can calm you and remember to make you feel loved. 

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codiannthomsen:

Have Company x Codi Ann Thomsen
Sunday, April 13th in Grand Rapids

If you’re in Michigan or up for a day-trip, I want to see you here! I’m hosting a letter-writing workshop in the afternoon and a breakfast-for-dinner gathering that evening and it’s going to be a blast!

Tickets are available here; come to the workshop and dinner is free! Everyone who comes to the letter-writing workshop gets a handcrafted U.S. Mail clutch!

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Glaciers move in tides.
So do mountains.
So do all things.
John Muir, Letters from Alaska (via theriverjordyn)

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