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2013-06-08 @ 15:21:41
From the novel “The Timekeeper” by Mitch Albom.
2013-05-24 @ 09:21:47
Really? Over-analytic, insecure, and severely lacking trust in others? That sounds like a very limited way to live life. How about a person who lives a life of mindfulness, honest confidence, and trusting in all until given a specific reason to distrust someone?
“There insecurity proves their respect towards themselves.” <—I honestly don't know how someone could honestly convince themselves to believe that.
2013-05-17 @ 09:16:20
Artist of the image is Cameron Gray of http://parablevisions.com/
2013-03-23 @ 20:52:59
2012-12-24 @ 17:12:56
Where is this? Absolutely incredible.
2012-07-24 @ 18:13:43
Same, Mr. Chong! If mushrooms have taught me anything, it’s that all strong emotions essentially feel the same, just depends on the thoughts you choose to apply to them and how you choose to express them!
2012-07-24 @ 18:10:50
Nicely done, Jordan!
2012-03-28 @ 22:21:02
Turn up your volume, and dance!! :)
2011-06-23 @ 14:07:07
Sorry, I meant #33.
2011-06-23 @ 14:06:47
That original definition being said, I am one to not only to strive to become immune to that demoralization, but to also work/learn to avoid the same “bad” circumstances in the future, e.g. I am the one that chooses how I live my life, and how I react to things now directly affects what “happens” to me in the future. With this thinking, we are only products of our own understanding and learning, unaffected by by so-called “fate” and serendipity.