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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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lesfoudres:

(via undressed in bendigo) undressed
vintagenatgeographic:

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

Rainbow Catcher
girlinlondon:

pureblyss:
paranormal-normality:

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

Great Wall of China
National Geographic | August 1960
vintagenatgeographic:

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)

talkingpines:

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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