elina-astra: “Your duty is to be and not to be this or that. ‘I am that I am’ sums up the whole truth. The method is summed up in the words ‘Be still.’ What does stillness mean? It means destroy yourself. Because any form or shape is the cause for trouble. Give up the notion that ‘I am so and so.’ All that is required to realize the Self is to be still. What can be easier than that?” ...
Everything changes when you start to emit your own frequency rather than...– Barbara Marciniak (via shaktilover)
huong1952: “I hope one day you find someone who makes flowers grow in even the saddest parts of you.” —Unknown
Anonymous asked: i can tell u a secret. i don't know what to do with my life. and i am afraid of people cause they hurt me. wish u the best from all my heart.
christinasanantonio: “There is a silence into which the world can not intrude. There is an ancient peace you carry in your heart and have not lost. There is a sense of holiness in you the thought of sin has never touched. All this today you will remember.” —Helen Schucman, from A Course in Miracles (Penquin Books, 1995)
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I’m more interested in a feminism that ends discrimination for all people. It’s...– Kathleen Hanna of Bikini Kill/Le Tigre in a recent interview with the A.V. Club (via amstibovvered)
apoetreflects: Devour me like marrow After kiss me quick Go on & swallow my sweet marrow Kiss me to the quick When we love let’s leave of each other’s bones only milk —Kevin Young, from “Short End Blues” in Dear Darkness (Alfred A. Knopf, 2009)
apoetreflects: It’s getting harder to live without faith, or you, or whatever we choose to call what calls to us in the quiet. —Kevin Young, opening lines to “Book Rate” from Dear Darkness (Alfred A. Knopf, 2009)