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along my wandering way

anything can happen. anything happens all the time

Rather than letting our negativity get the better of us, we could acknowledge that right now we feel like a piece of shit and not be squeamish about taking a good look.

— Pema Chödrön, When Things Fall Apart: Heart Advice for Difficult Times (via purplebuddhaproject)

(Source: triniangie)

sosaysdeb:

Not everything should be documented, photographed and immortalized. Some things should just be enjoyed for a quick moment in time. 

You don’t have to share every part of you with the world. Keep a piece of yourself just for yourself. 

(Source: ninauc, via triniwindowseat)

qothqueen:

*organizes life at 3am*

triniwindowseat:

Don’t get distracted. Life is music and dancing in the kitchen and sweet watermelon in a yellow bowl and a dragonfly on your thigh and a faint sense that you’ve lived once or twice before and that breathing feels like a thing you’ve done for centuries.

Don’t forget these things. Everything else is details.

yesssss

(via triniwindowseat)

I think that I’m drawn often to shorter works, works that feel focused, and earnest in trying to communicate something. I feel pretty content where others might not, simply glimpsing just a fragment of somebody’s life. I feel okay not knowing the character’s whole story. Instead, I like the intimacy of peeking in on a particular moment when someone is standing at a window, or walking along water, or trying to puzzle out some piece of their past that maybe doesn’t make sense. I feel excited myself by reading work that does that, even if there’s a kind of challenge in that. And writing these pieces, sometimes it felt pretty personal. So as a writer, there’s motivation there. Trying to capture a person, or even the idea of a person, in an important or strange or charged moment of their thinking—or just being—was enough for me.

The Rumpus Interview with Ashley Farmer (via therumpus)

(via therumpus)


✖ mocha posh ✖

✖ mocha posh ✖

(Source: squaremeal, via theclassyissue)

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