1. hate:

    tips on liking people:

    • dont

    (via disowns)

  2. moonfalora:


    a person complaining about puns basically invites every pun enthusiast in the vicinity to come snapping rhythmically from the shadows 


    (via encourage)

  3. madithefreckled:

    doodling some silhouettes today during some downtime

    (via padalickingood)

  4. #married

    (via haletostilinski)

  5. stupidstagram:

    U ever been so tired ur eyelids burn when u blink

    (via encourage)

  6. h0llo:

    i havent made any really bad decisions lately im getting bored

    (via stability)

  7. Utilizing Thoughts and Emotions


    'Thoughts and emotions will always arise. The purpose of practice is not to get rid of them. We can no more put a stop to thoughts and emotions that we can put a stop to the worldly circumstances that seemingly turn for or against us. We can. however, choose to welcome and work with them. On one level, they are nothing but sensations. When we don't solidify or judge them as good or bad, right or wrong, favorable or unfavorable, we can utilize them to progress on the path.

    We utilize thoughts and emotions by watching them arise and dissolve. As we do this, we see they are insubstantial. When we are able to see through them, we realize they can’t really bind us, lead us astray, or distort our sense of reality. And we no longer expect them to cease. The very expectation that thoughts and emotions should cease is a misconception. We can free ourselves from this misconception in meditation.

    In the sutras it says, “What good is manure, if not to fertilize sugar cane crops?” Similarly, we can say, “What good are thoughts and emotions - in fact all of our experiences - if not to increase our realization?’ What prevents us from making good use of them are the fears and reactions that come from self-importance. Therefore, the Buddha taught us to let things be. Without feeling threatened or trying to control them, just let things arise naturally and let them be.

    When ego-mind becomes transparent through meditation, we have no reason to be afraid of it. This greatly reduces our suffering. We may actually develop a passion for seeing all aspects of our mind. This attitude is at the heart of the practice of self-reflection.’

    - Dzigar Kongtrul, It’s Up to You.

    (via purplebuddhaproject)

  8. howstufftwerks:

    noddin’ ma head like yea


    movin’ ma hips like h*ck yea


    (via intensional)

  9. earloffabulousness:

    this movie was a cinematic masterpiece 

    (via scienceslut)

  10. shyowl:


    mostly nature


  11. (via jasonttodd)

  12. infiinite3scape:

    I think we all have that one person that we never truley get over, that we still think about right before bed everynight, or you will always jump at a chance to talk to ever tho you know you shouldn’t talk to, or the first person you think of whenever you’re drunk.

    (via heart)

  13. peach94:

    COOL DATE IDEA: take a really long nap with me

    (via fruitcrocs)