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boyirl:

Jalal Sepehr “Water and Persian Rugs”
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Jalal Sepehr “Water and Persian Rugs”

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Home In Stockholm: Styling By Fantastic Frank
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Home In Stockholm: Styling By Fantastic Frank

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thecindercone:

Supplies for the summer
Sep 29, 2014 / 970 notes

thecindercone:

Supplies for the summer

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outofreception:

Hanging over the edge

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thecindercone:

Washing off

thecindercone:

Theron stopped by on his way south
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thecindercone:

Theron stopped by on his way south

Smile, breathe, and go slowly.
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Yesterday after spending a day with Mother Nature we came to realise how important it is to have passion in our lives. As human beings I think we need something in this life time to help us S l o w d o w n and actually live whole heartedly in the moment.. In this fast pace world we are looking for instant satisfaction through external materials, but soon after we receive that satisfaction it soon starts to fade and we are left with a destructive cycle of looking for another quick fix to satisfy us. If we could cultivate some passion in our lives whether it be surfing, playing music, meditating, dancing or something else that requires our attention to become present, totally at home anywhere and everywhere and slowed down to pace where we could actually enjoy each breath of life rather than being caught in the un conscious mind, then we would truly cultivate a life of happiness. X
Sep 28, 2014

Yesterday after spending a day with Mother Nature we came to realise how important it is to have passion in our lives. As human beings I think we need something in this life time to help us S l o w d o w n and actually live whole heartedly in the moment.. In this fast pace world we are looking for instant satisfaction through external materials, but soon after we receive that satisfaction it soon starts to fade and we are left with a destructive cycle of looking for another quick fix to satisfy us. If we could cultivate some passion in our lives whether it be surfing, playing music, meditating, dancing or something else that requires our attention to become present, totally at home anywhere and everywhere and slowed down to pace where we could actually enjoy each breath of life rather than being caught in the un conscious mind, then we would truly cultivate a life of happiness. X