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Freedom, Solitude & Quiet

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Everybody should do in their lifetime, sometime, two things. One is to consider death. To observe skulls and skeletons and wonder what it will be like to go to sleep and never wake up – never! That is a very gloomy thing for contemplation, but it’s like manure. Just as manure fertilizes the plants and so on, so the contemplation of death and the acceptance of death is very highly generative of creating life. You’ll get wonderful things out of that. And the other thing to contemplate is to follow the possibility of the idea that you are totally selfish. That you don’t have a good thing to be said for you at all; you are a complete, utter rascal. 
—Alan Watts  (via moreofamore)

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Carpet of moss
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usvakorpi:

Carpet of moss

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lesoin:

Forest in Kromlau (Germany) photo by le soin
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lesoin:

Forest in Kromlau (Germany) photo by le soin

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October 10th, 2013 | GarettPhotography
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October 10th, 2013 | GarettPhotography

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~Anne W. Brigman, Incantation, 1905~
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callistojewelry:

~Anne W. Brigman, Incantation, 1905~

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What will be left of all the fearing and wanting associated with your problematic life situation that every day takes up most of your attention? A dash, one or two inches long, between the date of birth and date of death on your gravestone. 
—Eckhart Tolle (via unusuallyintoxicated)
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