“… .Then when I turned, I saw in the cast, just over the woods, the modest, pale, cloud-like moon, two-thirds full, looking spirit-like on these daylight scenes. Such a sight excites me. The earth is worthy to inhabit.” —Henry David Thoreau
“Everything happens in its own right time, you need not force it. Your force will not help. It will be a disturbance. It may destroy, but it can never be creative. One has to be very effortless, spontaneous. One has to be in a let-go.” —Osho
“It matters not Who you love, Where you love, Why you love, When you love, Or how you love, It matters only that you love.” —John Lennon
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Turn off the television.
“Like a streak of lightning, the yogi sees LIGHT that shines beyond the earth and the heavens. He sees the light which shines in his own heart. He becomes a light unto himself and others.” —B.K.S. Iyengar Light on Yoga (via laurenagy)
Don't compare yourself to anyone or your life to anyone else's.
Stand up straight. Keep your shoulders back and your heart open.
“In the brilliant sunshine I felt the desire to take walks in muslin dresses completely soaked with my sweat, to stretch myself out in the grass without a thought, to take refuge in this sensual pleasure, in my body which doesn’t need to depend on anybody.” —Simone de Beauvoir
“It is a terrible thing to see and have no vision.” —Helen Keller (via kari-shma)