2. (Source: pachipachiworld)

  3. victoriousvocabulary:



    1. the act of whispering into something.

    2. speaking in a whisper about someone.

    Etymology: from Latin insusurratio, from insusurrare, “to whisper into”.

    [Tomasz Alen Kopera]

    (via ms-witchywebweaver)

  4. andatsea:

    Tide and marrow.

    (Source: 3daysmarch.net, via pachipachiworld)

  5. silentfrost:

    "Wenn der Tag so beginnt…" by HolgerEggers

    (via ms-witchywebweaver)


  6. "Do not think that love in order to be genuine has to be extraordinary. What we need is to love without getting tired. Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies."
    —  Mother Teresa (via feellng)

    (via yoga9vipassana)

  7. sadhaka-universal:

    Just as the ocean’s salty water taken into the clouds turns sweet, the stable mind works to benefit others, the poison of objects turns into healing water.

    — Mahasiddha Saraha

    (Source: garywonghc, via yoga9vipassana)


  8. "Learning to let go should be learned before learning to get. Life should be touched, not strangled. You’ve got to relax, let it happen at times, and at others move forward with it."
    — Ray Bradbury (via observando)
  9. beesandbombs:

    from the archive >:)

    (via codejoker)

  10. pachipachiworld:


    sculpting details of Meshuggah’s stage deco concept
  11. angulargeometry:

    Eye Of The Universe v1. #GIF

    (via codejoker)

  12. (Source: flyingmatthew)

  13. journey-to-balance:

    Practice cultivating forgiveness in yourself and others. – We’ve all been hurt by our own decisions and by others. And while the pain of these experiences is normal, sometimes it lingers for too long. We relive the pain over and over and have a hard time letting go. Forgiveness is the remedy. It doesn’t mean you’re erasing the past, or forgetting what happened. It means you’re letting go of the resentment and pain, and instead choosing to learn from the incident and move on with your life.

    Stay Blessed. As always, I send you much love.

    Our Journey to Balance

    (via msexplorer)

  14. Ouroboros: a serpent biting its own tail. A mythological and alchemic symbol of the cyclic nature of the universe: creation out of destruction, life out of death. The ouroboros eats its own tail to sustain its life in an eternal cycle of renewal.

    (via codejoker)

  15. (Source: touchn2btouched, via codejoker)