Walk in the rain,Bruce Williamson (via observando)
stop along the way,
go on field trips,
find out how things work,
say the magic words,
trust the universe.
That’s how everyday should be! :)
Them gooses were there when I visited Prague a week ago. :D
Prague, 1989 by John Vink
aw.. grateful for chin-lifting friend-love, miss all my dearest around the world <3
Photography by Lisa Larsen, Atlantic Beach, FL 1954 - Life Magazine
It’s not hard to decide what you want your life to be about. What’s hard, she said, is figuring out what you’re willing to give up in order to do the things you really care about.
Shauna Niequist, Bittersweet: Thoughts on Change, Grace, and Learning the Hard Way (via observando)
…can’t agree more..
The World Beyond the World
Creating a life that reflects your values and satisfies your soul is a rare achievement. In a culture that relentlessly promotes avarice and excess as the good life, a person happy doing his own work is usually considered an eccentric, if not a subversive. Ambition is only understood if it’s to rise to the top of some imaginary ladder of success… To invent your own life’s meaning is not easy, but it’s still allowed, and I think you’ll be happier for the trouble.Bill Watterson (via soul-surfer)
Put your fucking iPhones down for God’s fucking sake. Like, Jesus, that is causing terrible things for art because people aren’t becoming attached to experiences, they’re becoming attached to digital memories, imprinted on their phones, which is weakening the link, culturally, in your mind, to art.Matt Corby (via soul-surfer)
Seek and you will find (Momo).
Need this weather now…
Lantern, Douglas Firs, and Firewood.
Over the top - We were well above timberline at this point, the trees had faded away far below us earlier in the day. The air was thin here and the weather barely indulged us. The maps offered little information. A rock-filled, sloppy wet track and our own curiosity were all we had to guide us up the narrow shelf roads and tight switchbacks. But if we didn’t keep going, we would never know what was on the other side.