a-state-of-bliss:

Vogue Korea May 2011 photography by Paolo Roversi

mistresslittleblog:

True…then A Woman Exploits it

mistresslittleblog:

True…then A Woman Exploits it

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ilymorgannn:

thisisthest0ry-ofagirl:

this is so calming wow

It’s terrifying to me

ilymorgannn:

thisisthest0ry-ofagirl:

this is so calming wow

It’s terrifying to me

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peelsofpoetry:

—Mari Kashiwagi, Nectar’s Root As Far As Its Resonance Reaches (part 5 of 6)

Japanese with parallel English translation by Takako Lento

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multaka3:

spiritualinspiration:

The Bible tells of a time when Jesus fed a crowd of five thousand with only five loaves. That day, everyone had more than enough to eat and there were still twelve baskets full of bread. That’s because we serve a God of abundance! I love that Jesus told the disciples to collect all the leftovers “so that nothing is wasted.” With God, nothing is ever wasted. He’ll never waste an experience; He’ll never waste a hurt; He’ll never waste a dream; He’ll never waste even a single piece of bread.
God is still in the miracle-working business. He is still our Creator and He is a Restorer. If you’ve felt like you’ve wasted years of your life in the wrong job, hanging around the wrong people, doing the wrong things, God will gather those years and restore them back to you. He’ll take those experiences that the enemy meant for your harm, and He’ll turn them around for your good. He’ll make you stronger, wiser, and better off than you were before. He can launch you further into your destiny than before. Be encouraged today because with God all things are possible and nothing is ever wasted!


cOOlest blOg Ever :-P

multaka3:

spiritualinspiration:

The Bible tells of a time when Jesus fed a crowd of five thousand with only five loaves. That day, everyone had more than enough to eat and there were still twelve baskets full of bread. That’s because we serve a God of abundance! I love that Jesus told the disciples to collect all the leftovers “so that nothing is wasted.” With God, nothing is ever wasted. He’ll never waste an experience; He’ll never waste a hurt; He’ll never waste a dream; He’ll never waste even a single piece of bread.

God is still in the miracle-working business. He is still our Creator and He is a Restorer. If you’ve felt like you’ve wasted years of your life in the wrong job, hanging around the wrong people, doing the wrong things, God will gather those years and restore them back to you. He’ll take those experiences that the enemy meant for your harm, and He’ll turn them around for your good. He’ll make you stronger, wiser, and better off than you were before. He can launch you further into your destiny than before. Be encouraged today because with God all things are possible and nothing is ever wasted!

cOOlest blOg Ever :-P

"Your mouth was shaped for lullaby
or hymn, and your refusal
to sing bewilders
whole octaves of air."
Linda Pastan, “December 18: For M.” (via literarymiscellany)
"Freedom is not necessarily exciting; it’s just free.
Very peaceful and quiet, so very quiet.
Of course, it is also filled with joy and wonder, but it is not what you imagine.
It is much, much less.
Many mistake the intoxicating power of otherworldly charisma for enlightenment.
More often than not it is simply otherworldly, and not necessarily free or enlightened.
In order to be truly free, you must desire to know the truth more than you want to feel good.
Because if feeling good is your goal, then as soon as you feel better you will lose interest in what is true.
This does not mean that feeling good or experiencing love and bliss is a bad thing.
Given the choice, anyone would choose to feel bliss rather than sorrow.
It simply means that if this desire to feel good is stronger than the yearning to see, know, and experience Truth, then this desire will always be distorting the perception of what is Real, while corrupting one’s deepest integrity."
— Adyashanti (via oceanandwave)