I like words and books and lyrics to chew on
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/ Posted on Sep 14 2014 at 11:54pm via everlytrue with 15,948 notes
humansofnewyork:

I walked into a classroom where some young Tibetan students were practicing their chants, and all the kids suddenly grew very focused and well-behaved on account of the visitor. Except for this guy, who started laughing at me. Then he started laughing at himself laughing. Then he started laughing that he couldn’t stop laughing at himself laughing.
(Dharamshala, India)

humansofnewyork:

I walked into a classroom where some young Tibetan students were practicing their chants, and all the kids suddenly grew very focused and well-behaved on account of the visitor. Except for this guy, who started laughing at me. Then he started laughing at himself laughing. Then he started laughing that he couldn’t stop laughing at himself laughing.

(Dharamshala, India)

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/ Posted on Sep 14 2014 at 10:39pm via observando with 746 notes

And I don’t believe in such a thing as “happily ever after”. There’s only happily every now and then. I find the hardest trick is to recognize the now-and-thens, and to bask in them when they come. Happiness is a choice we make, like how to wear our hair, or having coffee with breakfast and tea at night.

Cindy Bonner (via observando)
/ Posted on Sep 14 2014 at 10:38pm via yesdarlingido with 457 notes

I want to know the depth of the forest between your shoulder blades and the rolling hills of strength between your lungs. I want your light, but I can handle your rain because I don’t expect you to always shine. I’ve made my bed in the shade that you’ve always called your shadows. The weather has never scared me and neither have you. I’ve tasted fog, felt the rays, I love both, and so I love you.