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nourhhh:

You end up real disappointed when you go through life thinking people have the same heart as you.

(via langleav)

aestheticintrovert:

06/30/2014

My worst habit during Ramadan would have to be impatience. I have an extremely short attention span and snap easily during this time, so that’s probably the one thing I’m focusing on improving this month. 

It’s just interesting how Ramadan helps you cleanse your routine and habits in ways that you aren’t aware of until you start witnessing the positive changes associated with fasting.

Loving your body isn’t conceited

Feeling proud of yourself doesn’t make you a narcissist

Giving yourself credit for something won’t make you lose motivation to keep bettering yourself

Caring about your own happiness isn’t shallow

Putting your recovery first isn’t selfish

(Source: findingmyrecovery, via broken-from-memories)

ilovecharts:

kylethale:

Over/Underrated by Austin Kleon

You had me until cargo shorts.

ilovecharts:

kylethale:

Over/Underrated by Austin Kleon

You had me until cargo shorts.

(via theliterarytelectroscope)

nevver:

Breakfast

“How to find happiness: 1. Think of where you last saw it. 2. See if it’s still there.”

http://theliterarytelectroscope.tumblr.com/post/74270784963/a-guilty-system-recognises-no-innocents-as

theliterarytelectroscope:

”..a guilty system recognises no innocents. As with any power apparatus which thinks everybody’s either for it or against it, we’re against it. You would too, if you thought about it. The very way you think places you amongst its enemies. This might not be your fault, because every society imposes…