The Antidote For:

Mondays

  • 4th
  • January
  • 2014

This is just for you, sister.

laughingsquid:

Mosley the Greyhound Plays in the Snow in His Batman Pajamas

  • 26th
  • May
  • 2013
I lived in solitude in the country and noticed how the monotony of quiet life stimulates the creative mind.
Albert Einstein (via smelltheseafeelthesky)

(Source: buddhistwitchery, via fuckyeahsolitude)

  • 20th
  • May
  • 2013
The soul always knows what to do to heal itself. The challenge is to silence the mind.
Caroline Myss (via loveyourchaos)

(Source: franki-e, via loveyourchaos)

  • 18th
  • May
  • 2013
Take a day to heal from the lies you’ve told yourself and the ones that have been told to you.
Maya Angelou (via creatingaquietmind)

(Source: the-healing-nest, via loveyourchaos)

  • 26th
  • April
  • 2013
parabola-magazine:

What is required of us is that we love the difficult and learn to deal with it. In the difficult are the friendly forces, the hands that work on us. Right in the difficult we must have our joys, our happiness, our dreams: there against the depth of this background, they stand out, there for the first time we see how beautiful they are.—Rainer Maria Rilke from Letters, Vol. I: 1892-1910

parabola-magazine:

What is required of us is that we love the difficult and learn to deal with it. In the difficult are the friendly forces, the hands that work on us. Right in the difficult we must have our joys, our happiness, our dreams: there against the depth of this background, they stand out, there for the first time we see how beautiful they are.

—Rainer Maria Rilke from Letters, Vol. I: 1892-1910

  • 31st
  • March
  • 2013

logicianmagician:

ianbrooks:

Strange Attractors by Chaotic Atmospheres

The darkest art known as Chaos Theory is perfectly embodied in the form of its strange attractors: vast looping trajectories of variables that, when plotted, conjure gorgeous yet insidiously disruptive patterns. Chaotic Atmosphere’s Math: Rules series pays tribute to the beautiful form of chaos and its inevitable collapse of all our efforts to predict it.

Artist: Behance / DeviantArt / Twitter

I want them ALL. 

(via metaconscious)

Whatever comes, let it come,
what stays let stay,
what goes
let go.
Papaji (via thefreenomad)

(Source: tobiji, via loveherkinshasa)

  • 28th
  • March
  • 2013

lindsaur-gor:

There needs to be a code word or something that means “my brain is fighting me every step of the way today and I feel like I’m going to vibrate out of my skin, so I need you to forgive everything and go slowly and speak softly and lower your expectations.” And then we could all just be like, “I know I said we could go to a movie tonight but… tangerines.” And the other person would nod and squeeze your elbow or rub your head and you wouldn’t feel like a failure.

(Source: krissyboar1894, via loveyourchaos)

  • 22nd
  • March
  • 2013
parabola-magazine:

It’s entirely conceivable that life’s splendor surrounds us all, and always in its complete fullness, accessible but veiled, beneath the surface, invisible, far away. But there it lies, not hostile, not reluctant, not deaf. If we call it by the right word, by the right name, then it comes. This is the essence of magic, which doesn’t create but calls.
―Franz Kafka, from his diaries

parabola-magazine:

It’s entirely conceivable that life’s splendor surrounds us all, and always in its complete fullness, accessible but veiled, beneath the surface, invisible, far away. But there it lies, not hostile, not reluctant, not deaf. If we call it by the right word, by the right name, then it comes. This is the essence of magic, which doesn’t create but calls.

―Franz Kafka, from his diaries

  • 19th
  • March
  • 2013
floriane-cupcake:

Le Bal des Ardents, a bookshop in Lyon, France.« Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present. » (Jim Rohn)

floriane-cupcake:

Le Bal des Ardents, a bookshop in Lyon, France.

« Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present. »
(Jim Rohn)

(via trayday)