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JAPANESE WALLPAPER (ft. Wafia) | Breathe In

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I like going in to home hardware stores and reading the names of paint colours. Burnt sienna. Jamaican sea.

❝ [The] average daydream is about fourteen seconds long and [we] have about two thousand of them per day. In other words, we spend about half of our waking hours — one-third of our lives on earth — spinning fantasies.

— The Storytelling Animal – the science of how we came to live and breathe stories (via oceanflowerbird)

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Utase Bune vessels on the Yatsushiro Sea, Japan
National Geographic | January 1994

Rainbow Catcher


Untitled | via Tumblr στο We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/63705101/via/paranormal_normality

Great Wall of China
National Geographic | August 1960

Colored lights in Reed Flute Cave, China
National Geographic | October 1979

Looking up to the example that old sage handed down,
and considering what comes easily to my own nature,

I offered myself to this tranquil repose of dwelling,
and now nurture my lifework in the drift of idleness.

Master Pan’s early awakening always humbled me,
and I was shamed by Master Shang’s old-age insight,

So with years and sickness both closing in upon me
I devoted myself to simplicity and returned to it all,

left that workaday life for this wisdom of wandering,
for this wilderness of rivers-and-mountains clarity.

— Hsieh, Dwelling in the Mountains (via allthewrongadvices)


You decide to be alone
And hell it’s cold enough to hibernate
So let it drift into the snow
It’s where she chooses how to operate

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