I can't catch a break
lack of sleep. workworkwork. TOO MUCH HOMEWORK. 6 more weeks until summer. Heck yes
materialism and arrogance Constant thoughts: Before a purchase, my conscience really gets to me and I wonder, How many people are cold & want this very same sweater for simly warmth? I wish I could help all, but I can’t. That truly upsets me. Why is it a necessity to be arrogant or a know it all? I absolutely love it when people can see both sides and...
Anonymous asked: Jim Morrison or Jimmy Paige?
Today has been such a lovely Sunday
appreciate the little things
Conversations with strangers, how the wind feels while I’m driving, intellectual ideas, positive thinking, how lucky I am to be simply alive, and a huge amount of ranting/time spent with my loved ones. These things are worth noticing.
Jealousy ain't no thaang
It should not exist. I just want to be content.
All Delighted People Raise Their Hands
Cause lately I've just been tired and uninspired.
The Dalai Lama, when asked what surprised him most...
understandtheuniverse: “Man. Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present; the result being that he does not live in the present or the future. He lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived.”
Accomplished nothing special this spring break
To love is to risk not being loved in return. To hope is to risk pain. To try is...
the most frustrating thing is looovin’ the stuff learned while studying that you don’t want to put down the notes & yet feeling so physically & emotionally drained you have to let go. the perks of an Anatomy student
Be kind for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle– Plato
He loves us, oh how He loves us so
I'm not gonna make time for someone that doesn't...
Earthquake in Japan, Chile, floods in Australia,...
I wish I was in New Orleans for Mardi Gras
party and bs, party and bs
Buddhism is so interesting
It is true to say that Buddhism begins and ends in the study of suffering. This lies at its root just as it lies at the root of life itself. We are born into suffering - “like a dog without a bone, into this life we’re thrown” [The Doors] – and we all must die and experience pain and loss. Obviously, we also experience great joy as well, but suffering seems to be a dominating influence...