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My point is, there are a lot of people in the world. No one ever sees everything the same way you do; it just doesn’t happen. So when you find one person who gets a couple of things, especially if they’re important ones, you might as well hold on to them. You know?
– Daily Relatable Love Quotes (via thelovewhisperer)

(via thelovewhisperer)

To me, you are a work of art.
– Morrissey (via miggyohmy)

(via pretty-motherfxckerr)

valentinazelyaeva:

Smoothie recipe for internal beauty that shines through ✨
In High speed Blender:
1 cucumber
1 stalk celery
Handful of parsley
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1 cup frozen blueberries
1 apple
2 Table Spoons flax seeds
1 cup water * add more or less depends how you like your smoothie think*

From what point of view is she looking at life as she sits there, terribly sensitive, registering one after another such diverse impressions? She is a writer; a born writer. Everything she feels and hears and sees is not fragmentary and separate; it belongs together as writing.
– Virginia Woolf, from A Terribly Sensitive Mind (via afternoon—-tea)

(Source: violentwavesofemotion, via booklover)

Is the soul solid, like iron?
Or is it tender and breakable, like
the wings of a moth in the beak of the owl?
Mary Oliver, from “Some Questions You Might Ask” House of Light (Beacon Press, 1990)

(Source: sacredgraffiti, via booklover)

My point is, there are a lot of people in the world. No one ever sees everything the same way you do; it just doesn’t happen. So when you find one person who gets a couple of things, especially if they’re important ones, you might as well hold on to them. You know?
– Daily Relatable Love Quotes (via thelovewhisperer)

(via thelovewhisperer)

(Source: lovequotesrus, via aicha8)

(Source: skinnysticks)

To me, you are a work of art.
– Morrissey (via miggyohmy)

(via pretty-motherfxckerr)

(via tyihui)

(Source: skinnysticks)

valentinazelyaeva:

Smoothie recipe for internal beauty that shines through ✨
In High speed Blender:
1 cucumber
1 stalk celery
Handful of parsley
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1 cup frozen blueberries
1 apple
2 Table Spoons flax seeds
1 cup water * add more or less depends how you like your smoothie think*

From what point of view is she looking at life as she sits there, terribly sensitive, registering one after another such diverse impressions? She is a writer; a born writer. Everything she feels and hears and sees is not fragmentary and separate; it belongs together as writing.
– Virginia Woolf, from A Terribly Sensitive Mind (via afternoon—-tea)

(Source: violentwavesofemotion, via booklover)

Is the soul solid, like iron?
Or is it tender and breakable, like
the wings of a moth in the beak of the owl?
Mary Oliver, from “Some Questions You Might Ask” House of Light (Beacon Press, 1990)

(Source: sacredgraffiti, via booklover)

"My point is, there are a lot of people in the world. No one ever sees everything the same way you do; it just doesn’t happen. So when you find one person who gets a couple of things, especially if they’re important ones, you might as well hold on to them. You know?"
"To me, you are a work of art."
"From what point of view is she looking at life as she sits there, terribly sensitive, registering one after another such diverse impressions? She is a writer; a born writer. Everything she feels and hears and sees is not fragmentary and separate; it belongs together as writing."
"Is the soul solid, like iron?
Or is it tender and breakable, like
the wings of a moth in the beak of the owl?"

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