Life is beautiful

So, do it.Decide. Is this the life you want to live? Is this the person you want to love? Is this the best you can be? Can you be stronger? Kinder? More compassionate? Decide. Breath in. Breathe out. And decide.

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I am constantly torn between wanting to improve myself and wanting to destroy myself. —(via sick-andsunk)
alexaarae:

"Death,
where is your sting?
Your power is as dead
as my sin.
The Cross has taught me to live.”
I serve a living God who overcame death. And in doing so, has allowed me to overcome the things in my life that were literally killing me. 
The grave is empty. Death is overcome. And Jesus is alive. Hallelujah. We are alive! Happy Easter to all. 💐

alexaarae:

"Death,
where is your sting?
Your power is as dead
as my sin.
The Cross has taught me to live.”
I serve a living God who overcame death. And in doing so, has allowed me to overcome the things in my life that were literally killing me.
The grave is empty. Death is overcome. And Jesus is alive. Hallelujah. We are alive! Happy Easter to all. 💐

Sometimes there is no next time, no second chance, no time out. Sometimes it is now or never. —(via ohlovequotes)
Anonymous sent: sorry, but where are you from?

Hi, anon. :) I’m from Serbia. :)

shared on April 20

HAPPY EASTER folks!

Hope you all had a lovely day with people you love and good food, of course :)

My day was mostly good and mom made some delicious raspberry cake and now I can’t breaaaaathe how awesome it was. So so delicious.

I started and finished Insurgent yesterday and started Allegiant today - can you tell I am obsessed?

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perksofbeingafanboy:

I’d happily watch an 8 hour film adaptation of a book if it meant every little book detail was put in it

kryptoni-te:

IF YOU KISS MY COLLARBONES OR MY NECK I AM YOURS

snapchatting:

hearing people chew is seriously the worst sound in the world


I was an environmentalist in high school – or, I guess, a self-proclaimed environmentalist – and I started reading about the food system in America and how it’s owned by all of these corporations. I was on a quest to find out what healthy really meant because people were saying that veganism was healthy or that the Paleo diet was healthy, but I really had no idea. So I started researching indigenous people and what their lifestyles were like because I was fascinated by the fact that they could still run in their eighties and still had amazing muscular and nervous systems, whereas in America now, by the time we get to our thirties, it’s really hard for us to lose weight and maintain a healthy body and composition. So I just started adapting my lifestyle to that of indigenous people, and what I realized is that we’re all indigenous creatures on this planet. The whole concept of re-wilding came about through some really good friends of mine, and it’s basically about adapting to your current situation. If you’re in the city, then you can’t go back to hunter-and-gatherer times, so you have to adapt to the lifestyle that’s out there. Herbalism is part of that, and knowing how to heal our bodies naturally and knowing about organic farming. It’s so important and essential to the Earth, to Gaia. We want to continue to live on this planet, and I think we need to break down the associations that we have that we’re different from nature – that we need to protect the Earth and save the Earth – when we are, in fact, part of the Earth. So it all starts with us. If we want to save the planet, then I think we need to start saving ourselves in order to do that. I believe that organic farming, among many other practices, can really start that shift.

I was an environmentalist in high school – or, I guess, a self-proclaimed environmentalist – and I started reading about the food system in America and how it’s owned by all of these corporations. I was on a quest to find out what healthy really meant because people were saying that veganism was healthy or that the Paleo diet was healthy, but I really had no idea. So I started researching indigenous people and what their lifestyles were like because I was fascinated by the fact that they could still run in their eighties and still had amazing muscular and nervous systems, whereas in America now, by the time we get to our thirties, it’s really hard for us to lose weight and maintain a healthy body and composition. So I just started adapting my lifestyle to that of indigenous people, and what I realized is that we’re all indigenous creatures on this planet. The whole concept of re-wilding came about through some really good friends of mine, and it’s basically about adapting to your current situation. If you’re in the city, then you can’t go back to hunter-and-gatherer times, so you have to adapt to the lifestyle that’s out there. Herbalism is part of that, and knowing how to heal our bodies naturally and knowing about organic farming. It’s so important and essential to the Earth, to Gaia. We want to continue to live on this planet, and I think we need to break down the associations that we have that we’re different from nature – that we need to protect the Earth and save the Earth – when we are, in fact, part of the Earth. So it all starts with us. If we want to save the planet, then I think we need to start saving ourselves in order to do that. I believe that organic farming, among many other practices, can really start that shift.

Mu day in one picture: tea, fruit and Insurgent. What else is there to do when it’s constantly raining, though?

I had these massive plans for this break studying wise but all I am doing is reading the Divergent series and watching Game of Thrones. I am totally okay with that.

Mu day in one picture: tea, fruit and Insurgent. What else is there to do when it’s constantly raining, though?

I had these massive plans for this break studying wise but all I am doing is reading the Divergent series and watching Game of Thrones. I am totally okay with that.

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thesuncameouttoplay:

A not-so-small surf session over, a coconut down - $1.80 AUS for this baby! (And for those of you who don’t like bottled coconut water, this tastes so much better!!) and the best way to hydrate.. Bali Style! 😃😃 (at Old Man’s)

thesuncameouttoplay:

A not-so-small surf session over, a coconut down - $1.80 AUS for this baby! (And for those of you who don’t like bottled coconut water, this tastes so much better!!) and the best way to hydrate.. Bali Style! 😃😃 (at Old Man’s)

SML