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willowbambi:

i have a thing or two to say about foxes, they are the most majestic creatures. my heart skips a beat when i’m driving a long at night and i see a flash of red slink on past and the fleck of white as the tail disappears into the trees. it’s an honor to be graced with the presence of one of these beautiful beings. on rare occasions they stop and stare with piercing eyes it’s such a sight to see. They are not pests, they are creatures of history and depth. think of all the beloved stories, fables and many characters that have been created and written about them over so many years. They are like a fairy tale all on their own, except they exist in our world and i am so glad they do.

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3 hours ago 682 notes
I'll be waiting in Northern California for ya <3
Anonymous

Where’s that smile now? Let it out in the meantime

Whyyyyy
Anonymous

Howwww

Why can't I have your life, it seems so chill and satisfying
Anonymous

Manifest it babe. You create your reality

I just wanted to say that you are such a beautiful person with a radiant soul. Thank you for being such an amazing and positive person! 💚✨
Anonymous

Awww wow thank you so much!! :) you’re too kind. It’s just a reflection babe 😘😘

radtracks:

cecilia // simon & garfunkel

celia, you’re breaking my heart
you’re shaking my confidence daily
oh, cecilia, i’m down on my knees
i’m begging you please to come home

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12 hours ago 2,122 notes

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20 hours ago 34,149 notes
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crystal-hippie:

one with nature☮

crystal-hippie:

one with nature☮

(via feelthisearth)

20 hours ago 2,040 notes

"I sit before flowers

hoping they will train me in the art 
of opening up.


I stand on mountain tops believing 
that avalanches will teach me to let go.


I know 
nothing,


but I am here to learn."

- Shane Koyczan

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20 hours ago 6,822 notes
ohmygooodness, when he looks over at you in the video and you giggle; the cutest thing. so genuine and beautiful.
Anonymous

:) :) :)

"Before I went vegetarian, I did not like broccoli and cauliflower, I had never tasted avocadoes, never thought about mixing in nuts and seeds with my food. Never really appreciated the sweetness of fruits and orange veggies.
Before I went vegan, I had never experimented with dates and peanut butter, never realized that dark chocolate is so much tastier than milk chocolate and so much more satisfying. Never knew how ice cream and yummy cookies can be made out of a bunch of over ripe bananas, which you got for free. Never guessed how magical cashews are and how they can be turned into cheesy sauces or dips, or that almonds make the best white crumbly cheese. I had never really appreciated hummus, delicious homemade pesto and the yumminess of smoothies.
I discovered chia and flax seeds, which are excellent egg replacers and thickeners, Who knew oats left to soak overnight could be so good?
No, vegetarianism and veganism are not limiting. They just open you up to a whole new world. And the awesome feeling of knowing that you’re living healthily while leaving less marks on mother earth, and hurting no animals is irreplaceable."

- Mary Lyse (via fightingforanimals)

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21 hours ago 6,989 notes

tasteaccounting:

What Life Is Like When You’re Born on a Commune

My parents spent the 1970s on communes: first, a shared house in Boulder; after that, a “self-realization fellowship” in Paonia, Colorado; then the Spring Hollow farm in Tennessee, with a dozen other couples. They were out to save the world, or at least themselves. Peace, love, and understanding. After several successful years, my family moved, with Spring Hollow, to the Farm. With a population of about 1,500 at its peak, The Farm was the largest commune in the U.S.. Founded by Stephen Gaskin in 1971, it still hosts a premiere midwifery school run by Stephen’s wife, Ina May Gaskin, whose book Spiritual Midwifery remains a standard for those seeking an alternative to hospital births.

(via What Life Is Like When You’re Born on a Commune | Vanity Fair)

21 hours ago 191 notes
Are there any tags you follow and reblog nature pics from?
Anonymous

I track #sunflower-mama if there’s somethin you want me to see/possibly reblog

(via kundalinihippie)

21 hours ago 1,899 notes
have you ever gone down on a girl? what was it like?
Anonymous

Yep, nectar of the goddesses