things can be confusing but fun.
  • voxveritasvita:

    There are ways to really live in the present moment. What’s the alternative? It is always now. However much you feel you may need to plan for the future, to anticipate it, to mitigate risks, the reality of your life is now. This may sound trite… but it’s the truth… As a matter of conscious experience, the reality of your life is always now. I think this is a liberating truth about the human mind. In fact, I think there is nothing more important to understand about your mind than that if you want to be happy in this world. The past is a memory. It’s a thought arising in the present. The future is merely anticipated, it is another thought arising now. What we truly have is this moment. And this. And we spend most of our lives forgetting this truth. Repudiating it. Fleeing it. Overlooking it. And the horror is that we succeed. We manage to never really connect with the present moment and find fulfillment there because we are continually hoping to become happy in the future, and the future never arrives.”

    - Sam Harris, "Death and the Present Moment"

  • The Shawshank Redemption (via buttondownsandbackpacks)

    (Source: coffeeandgrace, via voxveritasvita)

  • "Remember, hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things. And no good thing ever dies"
  • "Maybe the journey isn’t so much about becoming anything. Maybe it’s about un-becoming everything that isn’t really you so you can be who you were meant to be in the first place."
  • Big Turn

    Hey, no matter what will happen, I will always be looking at what I have in my hands, and appreciate them. I will not be looking at what I don’t have in my hands, and blame on others for not having it.

    Also, I believe that you should first define what makes you happy and do whatever that makes you happy. You don’t seek for things that make others happy, and assume that is what makes you happy. You ask your heart, not by following what others do. 

    Lastly, everything that happens, happened based on a decision — a decision that you made, and you shouldn’t blame on others when the outcome isn’t as you expected. hey mr., life does go on. You don’t just stand there and say all the crap you want. Talks are so cheap, if you haven’t realized. 

    Anyways, I think I have to apologize to my all of my friends who have been staying with me to go through these crap. I will pick it up very quickly, and bring the good vibes back around you. And, just one more thing, I finally realized how hard, how sad, how crazy it is to even think about losing a person you love, love, love so much. Without one of them, is like losing a piece of myself. 

  • http://vimeo.com/66058153

    new perspective for moms