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24th July 2014

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24th July 2014

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words-of-emotion:

Good Vibes HERE

words-of-emotion:

Good Vibes HERE

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24th July 2014

Chat reblogged from rad with 262,221 notes

  • 2014 resolution: don't fuck it up

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24th July 2014

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ombuddha:

There is a Buddhist practice in which one imagines giving joy and the source of all joy to other people, thereby removing all their suffering. Though of course we cannot change their situation, I do feel that in some cases, through a genuine sense of caring and compassion, through our sharing in their plight, our attitude can help alleviate their suffering, if only mentally. However, the main point of this practice is to increase our inner strength and courage. I have chosen a few lines that I feel would be acceptable to people of all faiths, and even to those with no spiritual belief. When reading these lines, if you are a religious practitioner, you can reflect upon the divine form that you worship. Then, while reciting these verses, make the commitment to enhance your spiritual values. If you are not religious, you can reflect upon the fact that, fundamentally, all beings are equal to you in their wish for happiness and their desire to overcome suffering. Recognizing this, you make a pledge to develop a good heart. It is most important that we have a warm heart. As long as we are part of human society, it is very important to be a kind, warm-hearted person.
May the poor find wealth, Those weak with sorrow find joy. May the forlorn find new hope, Constant happiness and prosperity.
May the frightened cease to be afraid, And those bound be free. May the weak find power, And may their hearts join in friendship.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
Photo by Josh Teng.

ombuddha:

There is a Buddhist practice in which one imagines giving joy and the source of all joy to other people, thereby removing all their suffering. Though of course we cannot change their situation, I do feel that in some cases, through a genuine sense of caring and compassion, through our sharing in their plight, our attitude can help alleviate their suffering, if only mentally. However, the main point of this practice is to increase our inner strength and courage.
I have chosen a few lines that I feel would be acceptable to people of all faiths, and even to those with no spiritual belief. When reading these lines, if you are a religious practitioner, you can reflect upon the divine form that you worship. Then, while reciting these verses, make the commitment to enhance your spiritual values. If you are not religious, you can reflect upon the fact that, fundamentally, all beings are equal to you in their wish for happiness and their desire to overcome suffering. Recognizing this, you make a pledge to develop a good heart. It is most important that we have a warm heart. As long as we are part of human society, it is very important to be a kind, warm-hearted person.

May the poor find wealth,
Those weak with sorrow find joy.
May the forlorn find new hope,
Constant happiness and prosperity.

May the frightened cease to be afraid,
And those bound be free.
May the weak find power,
And may their hearts join in friendship.

His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Photo by Josh Teng.

24th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Najla Aldamigh with 7,551 notes

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24th July 2014

Post reblogged from rad with 711,286 notes

nickcarragay:

isn’t it weird that we have one hand that knows how to do everything and then one hand that just sits there like “I don’t know how to hold a pencil”

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24th July 2014

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24th July 2014

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24th July 2014

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Girls are sensitive, they over think every little thing and they care way more than they should, but that’s what makes their love so strong.

24th July 2014

Photo reblogged from Words of Emotion with 2,345 notes

words-of-emotion:

Good Vibes HERE

words-of-emotion:

Good Vibes HERE

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