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“And once the storm is over, you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t even be sure, whether the storm is really over. But one thing is certain. When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about.” ― Haruki Murakami

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Lost in Thought by 18-year-old artist Sebastian Eriksson. He says, "One day I felt like I was lost and I had too much things to think about. Like I was stuck in a maze and couldn't get out."

“I’m not playing your bullshit games, Nadia,” I growled. “Games?” She snorted and cracked a dry smile before coming to a stop in front of me. Her features hardened and her golden eyes flashed. “This is no game, Love. But believe me — I’ll be enjoying every minute.” “You’re playing with fire, Nadia,” I accused her in a low voice. She should know the consequences of her actions. “I happen to like fire. It’s powerful and tantalizing. Just like me.”

This card signals that what you desire isn’t yet ready to emerge in your life. This doesn’t mean it won’t come to you. It just means “Not at this current time.” While you may feel ready to receive the fulfillment of your wishes, it’s not the right moment. Patience is one of the most important lessons an Indigo can learn, because as the world is now, things happen much more slowly than they need to. This card doesn’t mean you’ve done anything wrong. It merely reminds you that as an…

We’ve seen a lot of crazy things done with glass, but it’s not everyday you come across something as impressive as what glass artist Ben Young has created.  Young recently shared a glimpse of his latest creations, each of which uses glass cut from window panes to form a body of water.

We’ve seen a lot of crazy things done with glass, but it’s not everyday you come across something as impressive as what glass artist Ben Young has created. Young recently shared a glimpse of his latest creations, each of which uses glass cut from window panes to form a body of water.