"You don’t measure love in time. You measure love in transformation. Sometimes the longest connections yield very little growth, while the briefest of encounters change everything. The heart doesn’t wear a watch - it’s timeless. It doesn’t care how long you know someone. It doesn’t care if you had a 40 year anniversary if there is no juice in the connection. What the heart cares about is resonance. Resonance that opens it, resonance that enlivens it, resonance that calls it home. And when it finds it, the transformation begins…"
Jeff Brown  (via jaeheeimnida)

How to be a Better Friend

jaeheeimnida:

1. Prioritize being kind.
2. Be there when it matters.
3. Learn the value of silence.
4. Never betray a confidence.
5. Never take advantage of them.
6. Help to cheer them up when they’re having a bad day.
7. Show an interest in their life, and what matters to them.
8. Overlook those small offenses.
9. Be someone who forgives.
10. Make sure they feel valued, and important to you.

nicky9door:

"As you think, so shall you become."

nicky9door:

"As you think, so shall you become."

"The practice of forgiveness is our most important contribution to the healing of the world."
Marianne Williamson  (via sorakeem)
mooiefietsennicebikes:

Wooden bike
mooiefietsennicebikes:

Wooden bike
mooiefietsennicebikes:

Wooden bike
mooiefietsennicebikes:

Wooden bike

mooiefietsennicebikes:

Wooden bike

joroboro:

HOLLY MOLLY! Like Handstands? FOLLOW HANDSTAND ADVENTURES

fabforgottennobility:

"He remembers the Japanese passing through during WWII. He was spear fisherman then, and still today at around 80 years old (he does not know how old he is), he remains a spear fisherman. He earns little from his catch maybe 2-3 dollars a day for spending hours in the water. This time in the water however,is keeping him young. A boxers physique of a young 20 something, and able to hold is breathe for at least 2 minutes while chasing fish with no fins. I could barely keep up with him and I had fins on.”

Location: Hoga Island, Indonesia

Photo and caption by Caine Delacy

don’t remove the credit, please

your-carbondioxide:

Palo Santo is burned in ceremonies by Shamans and Medicine people for its energetically cleansing and healing properties similar to Sage.  It has been popularized and cherished by many because of its heavenly presence in Ayahuasca circles.  It creates a pleasant, fresh smelling smoke with hints of mint and citrus that work well in keeping away mosquitoes and other flying insects.  It provides an uplifting scent that raises your vibration in preparation for meditation and allows for a deeper connection to Source.  It is also said that Palo Santo enhances creativity and brings good fortune to those who are open to its Magic.

Healing Benefits

Palo Santo is traditionally used for relieving common colds, flu symptoms, stress, asthma, headaches, anxiety, depression, inflammation, emotional pain and more…  The oil can also be used during massage work to seal intentions while calling in Spirit Allies for support and protection.

Palo Santo can also be simmered in hot water and drank as a tea.  Great for calming the immune and nervous systems for faster recovery of illness.  In essential oil form, it is great for physical pain and inflammation containing high levels of D-Limonene and Monotropenes that are useful for cancer symptoms.