See things as they are
See things as they are
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Silent Woods by Jihye Lee
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"An early Buddhist teaching says: “What we are today comes from our thoughts of yesterday, and our present thoughts build our life of tomorrow. Our life is the creation of our mind”. Karma means intended action, and is a dynamic concept. It is not fate or predestination, but a consequence of what has gone before. In other words, you are now in circumstances because of your thoughts and decisions, and this is an on-going process. That is, new actions create new Karma. In the West, we often associate Karma with fate and it has this idea of a future which is predetermined. In Buddhism, Karma is the reaping of past actions, but also offers the possibility of determining our own future with our actions and thoughts today. This means that no future event is locked in, and what happens today and tomorrow will create the personal and global world of the future."
(via betterthandarkchocolate)
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"I closed my mouth
and spoke to you
in a hundred silent ways."
Rumi (via shaktilover)
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WHATS GOING ON IN MY MIND 90 PERCENT OF THE TIME
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theblackballerina:

 Loui Jover
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Digital Worlds by Tyler Young.

Digital Worlds by Tyler Young.

Digital Worlds by Tyler Young.

Digital Worlds by Tyler Young.

Digital Worlds by Tyler Young.

Digital Worlds by Tyler Young.

Digital Worlds by Tyler Young.
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allthingseurope:

Mont Saint-Michel, France (by NETC.Educational.Travel)
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"The sign of intelligence is that you are constantly wondering. Idiots are always dead sure about every damn thing they are doing in their life."
Vasudev (via electrafied)
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When I see too much of my roommate’s boyfriend
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showslow:

A giant snow drawing by Sonja Hinrichsen. Colorado.
(via)
showslow:

A giant snow drawing by Sonja Hinrichsen. Colorado.
(via)
showslow:

A giant snow drawing by Sonja Hinrichsen. Colorado.
(via)
showslow:

A giant snow drawing by Sonja Hinrichsen. Colorado.
(via)
showslow:

A giant snow drawing by Sonja Hinrichsen. Colorado.
(via)
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showslow:

Eduard Tomek, Sea (1971)