|—||David Gemmel (via tobeheal-ed)|
Scout Willis, arguably one of the coolest chicks around, recently posted these photos on twitter after instagram deleted her account for breaking community guidelines even though men like Dan Bilzerian are totally free to objectify women’s bodies and don’t get any form of censorship whatsoever. Scout’s protest is more about the ability to post freely on istagram, its about fighting for the right for women to be able to have control over their bodies. Think about it, it’s 2014 and women are still shamed for breast feeding in public yet women are constantly objectified and sexualized in the media. #freethenipple
The person is not on your mind. Your mind is on the person.
Has anyone ever had “enough” when they still believe that enough comes through being given things?
This comes from the inability to be still. The mind can use anything to keep its agitated state going. A person, a desire, an insecurity, whatever.
You will not find peace by trying to satisfy the mind’s agitations. That is how the mind tricks you into dancing to its tunes.
The way you will find peace is by stilling your attention. The mind’s thoughts may kick up a fuss at first. With patience and persistence, peace is inevitable. That is the practice of daily meditation and mindfulness.
I highly recommend the book The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle.
Truth is Beauty by Marco Cochrane
Ugh yes I’ve been searching for this
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|—||Beau Taplin (via thatkindofwoman)|
|—||T.B. LaBerge // Go Now (via thatkindofwoman)|
and we no longer spoke
the same language.
I haven’t heard from you since.
|—||Where did you go?, Hishaam Siddiqi (via thatkindofwoman)|