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"There was a wild, lawless charm about the night that appealed to a certain wild, lawless strain deep in her nature—the strain of the gypsy and the poet..."~L.M. Montgomery

“Pain and suffering are always inevitable for a large intelligence and a deep heart. The really great men must, I think, have great sadness on earth.” — Fyodor Dostoevsky - Crime and Punishment, Part III, Chapter V (1866).

That incredible feeling of being cast adrift on life's endless sea with only one other person that gets it...

From up Northfrom From up North

25 beautiful illustrations, paintings & drawings

flying swerves into falling. falling bursts into crashing. crashing washes into sinking. and suddenly, everything seems so far away.

Silence 1, photographie de Dragan Marjanovic. nikon d 200 ND8. Long Exposure. Dans Gens, Enfance. Silence 1, photographie de Dragan Marjanovic. Image #311111

We clear our emotional and energy bodies of the long held traumas, beliefs and fears that have impeded our ability to experience our true “being” and bring more joy into our lives. Once the emotional body is resolved and cleared of an old pain or trauma, the physical body then is enabled to clear its equivalent of that block. - Lisa Renee

The Ocean Is A Beautiful, Frightening Place. i had to pin this here

Well I've got a think skin and a elastic heart, But your blade might be to sharp. I'm like a rubber band, Intill I fall apart. I may snap but I move fast. And you won't see me fall apart

'Swimming in the Rain' - Photograph by Camila Massu. Location - Lago Caburgua, Chile. National Geographic Traveller Photo Contest 2012. 'Merit Winner in Category : Sense of Place'. #outdoors #inspire #rain #photography #national #geographic #1816 #remington

It was one of the best days of my life, a day during which I lived my life and didn't think about my life at all. longing for more summer days at the lake

“I see nothing. We may sink and settle on the waves. The sea will drum in my ears. The white petals will be darkened with sea water. They will float for a moment and then sink. Rolling over the waves will shoulder me under. Everything falls in a tremendous shower, dissolving me.” Virginia Woolf, The Waves | tell the wolves

Deep Ocean

Deep Ocean

Deep Ocean