“You can spend minutes, hours, days, weeks, or even months over-analyzing a situation; trying to put the pieces together, justifying what could’ve, would’ve happened… or you can just leave the pieces on the floor and move the fuck on.”—Tupac (via kushandwizdom)
I think the reason everyone likes Orange is the New Black so much is because we get to see everyone’s backstory and realize that even if they seem like a bad person, they’re still human and they have struggles and passions just like everyone else.
i think freckles, stretch marks, tattoos, bruises, birthmarks and scars are probably the coolest thing, you started with almost a blank canvas and look at u now, all this evidence that you’ve lived and the sun has shone on you and you’ve grown and maybe tripped up a few times and liked an image so much u made it a permanent part of u, beautiful.
“You’ll need coffee shops and sunsets and road trips. Airplanes and passports and new songs and old songs, but people more than anything else. You will need other people and you will need to be that other person to someone else, a living breathing screaming invitation to believe better things.”—Jamie Tworkowski (via kittenstyles)
#1 The heart is the very first organ to form in the human body.
Therefore it’s older than the brain, perhaps even wiser, aye?! The arms and legs bud from the same tissue as the heart. Therefore is it not beautiful to think that we connect heart-to-heart through the touch of our hands and connect with the Earth through the ‘souls’ or pulse of our feet?
It has been found that when two people touch (or are within a range of an estimated three-feet of one another), the heart wave of one can be seen in the brain wave of another. So when we reach out to someone, we’re literally, in a sense, reaching out with our hearts.
”—Tanya Lee Markul, Save the Humans 101 (via venuschild)
“Who would then deny that when I am sipping tea in my tearoom I am swallowing the whole universe with it and that this very moment of my lifting the bowl to my lips is eternity itself transcending time and space?”—D.T. Suzuki, Zen and Japanese Culture (via breathemystardust)