veganfoody:

Organic and Whole Foods vs. Conventional Foods and GMOs

Thursday Oct 16
Stillness is your essential nature. What is stillness? The inner space or awareness in which the words on this page are being perceived and become thoughts. Without that awareness, there would be no perception, no thoughts, no world. You are that awareness, disguised as a person. Eckhart Tolle (via abiding-in-peace) Tuesday Sep 30
God is busy with the completion of your work, both outwardly and inwardly. He is fully occupied with you. Every human being is a work in progress that is slowly but inexorably moving toward perfection. We are each an unfinished work of art both waiting and striving to be completed. God deals with each of us separately because humanity is fine art of skilled penmanship where every single dot is equally important for the entire picture. Shams Tabrizi (via saalik) Tuesday Sep 30
Every human being is conditioned by their upbringing, by their surrounding culture, by many factors…. conditioned to think and feel and behave in certain ways… and so people do all kinds of things to other people and themselves, without knowing what they are doing. They are really acting out the conditioning of their mind. Eckhart Tolle (via flowgently) Tuesday Sep 30
Our Own Path of Awakening

rainbowtwo:

'Our own path of awakening will not be a replica of anyone else's. We all bring to this adventure our individual stories, histories, and sense of possibilities. Genuine freedom is never found through transcending our own stories, but in learning to find freedom within them. A path of awakening is…

Tuesday Sep 30
Tuesday Sep 30
bryantmcgill:

"When the dark clouds of doubt, anger or worry begin to move upon you, steady yourself in the knowledge that in time, the storm will pass."— Bryant McGill

bryantmcgill:

"When the dark clouds of doubt, anger or worry begin to move upon you, steady yourself in the knowledge that in time, the storm will pass."
— Bryant McGill

Tuesday Sep 30
http://williamwiggin.tumblr.com/post/98027390399/i-just-finished-watching-silver-linings-and-i

williamwiggin:

I just finished watching Silver Linings and I learned something.

Life happens.
And shit happens.

But if we continue to wallow in it and let the past bite us hard in the ass, and reach for something that is no longer there, we become miserable.

Instead of doing that, we should try and find a…

Sunday Sep 21
If you ever feel bad about the way you look, go to the forest and observe the trees. Take the time to notice how different they all are, and yet, they are all beautiful. You have slim trees and you have thick trees; tall and short; full of flowers and without them. Some trees look rugged and others look smooth; and all their leaves are of so many various shapes, sizes, and colours.
And they are all beautiful.
Sure, nobody’s perfect. But don’t you think that the quirky, stranger trees, with twisted branches and odd roots, always seem more mysterious - and therefore more beautiful and appealing - than the most regular, “perfect” trees?
The same thing applies to us, humans. We are all sons and daughters of Nature; and she wanted us to be the way we are. Never underestimate the beauty Mother Nature has given you: for your faults and imperfections are what makes you different, and therefore, beautiful, interesting, and special. The most twisted branch of a tree might be its more beautiful trait - and so your little cute belly, or your chubby legs, or the scars of your courage, or your too-thin-arms.
We are all like trees and we should accept ourselves just the way we are: chubby or thin, curvy or flat, tall or short, white as snow or black as dark chocolate. As long as we do not try to change ourselves - just like trees do.
Accept yourself and accept what Mother Nature has given you. Never forget that you have to love yourself before you can love others - and let yourself be loved.
Embrace your imperfections. Embrace your body. You are beautiful. ♥
my-white-petals (via my-white-petals) Sunday Sep 21
defineyourgrind:

Define Your Grind

defineyourgrind:

Define Your Grind

Sunday Sep 21

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