for the first time, I found myself without any imagination. That’s bad, once that was the only escape I had. 

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Existem certas palavras que, subitamente começam a fazer parte do nosso dicionário pessoal. Sempre existiram e nós desde cedo as conhecemos, mas por neglicência ou falta de paciência, nunca nos empenhamos a percebe-las, ou a utilizá-las. Na Língua Portuguesa existem várias palavras difíceis de…

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I just want to find place in this strange world! It that too much to ask for?

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You know when you are watching an episode from that TV show that lately has been your escape from reality? Not just an episode, but the episode, when everything is happening so fast, too bright, your breath is heavy and your heart is just beating like a freak. You just can’t hold a “no” or…

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Awkward episode 4.11 …. Not cool! I need answers…

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I’m not Tumblr Famous. I still smile when I gain a follower and get upset when I lose one. It makes me happy seeing that there are other people on my blog than just me and when someone reblogs something I posted it makes me feel warm inside. I love and appreciate all of my followers. Reblog if you do too.

(Source: truly--deeply)

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this video gives me life!!!

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Addicted to tumblr… AGAIN

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Being a nice person is so fun

Waiter messes something up? You can see the relief on their faces when you don’t scream and swear at them about it

Extra tickets at an arcade/prize place? Watch a little kid’s face light up when you give them a bunch of tickets

There are too many assholes in this world. Be a nice person.

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The Buddha always told his disciples not to waste their time and energy in metaphysical speculation. Whenever he was asked a metaphysical question, he remained silent. Instead, he directed his disciples toward practical efforts. Questioned one day about the problem of the infinity of the world, the Buddha said, “Whether the world is finite or infinite, limited or unlimited, the problem of your liberation remains the same.” Another time he said, “Suppose a man is struck by a poisoned arrow and the doctor wishes to take out the arrow immediately. Suppose the man does not want the arrow removed until he knows who shot it, his age, his parents, and why he shot it. What would happen? If he were to wait until all these questions have been answered, the man might die first.” Life is so short. It must not be spent in endless metaphysical speculation that does not bring us any closer to the truth.
― Thich Nhat Hanh (via riversawaken)
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