c y r i l o n e o u s
among-conifers:

Saved another cutie from the wet pavement yesterday. I just love bees. Look at those little legs.
If you ever figure me out, please teach me who I am.
- William Chapman (via aestheticintrovert)

(Source: williamchapmanwritings)


pink clouds - ✈ 
Read between the lines.
Then meet me in the silence if you can
- May Sarton, “Letters from Maine” (via proseprunings)
fountainofspirit:

Nature,inspiration,and happiness. ॐ
mentalflossr:

The Easter Island “Heads” Have Bodies
Is spirituality merely a word game for you, a convenient, detached philosophy, a way to avoid, transcend, numb or deny your pain, and the pain of loved ones?
Is spirituality about pretending that ‘everything’s okay’, when deep down you are hurting?
Or is spirituality a moment-by-moment exploration for you? A letting-go of the assumed and the known, including everything assumed and known about spirituality?
Friends, lets come out of spiritual clichés, let’s drop the easy answers and the pretence, and meet life, raw, first-hand, unprotected.
- Jeff Foster (via oceanandwave)

How to Accept Yourself

onlinecounsellingcollege:

1. Focus on your positive qualities. It’s true that we can all improve in some ways – but start by finding your good qualities – and recognise that these are a major part of who you are.

2. Be aware of, and fight against, your negative self-talk. Negative self talk can quickly snowball and become an angry tirade against yourself – so you become your own worst critic and your own worst enemy. Instead, choose to respect yourself, to love, affirm and believe in yourself.

3. Don’t dwell on things you know you cannot change. We all have imperfections, weaknesses and flaws. They’re really not that crucial, and they’re not that big a deal. Try to keep them in perspective – and change what you CAN change.

4. Make your own decisions – don’t always look to others, and think that they know better … But choose to trust yourself.

6. Always try to do your best – as that’s all that is required. You’re a normal human being who’ll sometimes get it wrong. When you do, just forgive youself, then get up and move on.

There’s nothing wrong with not understanding yourself.
- Jonathan Safran Foer (via purplebuddhaproject)