|—||Paulo Coelho (via lazyyogi)|
Christina understands the struggle
The sun never says to the earth,
‘you owe me.’
Look what happens with a love like that. It lights the whole sky.
|—||Hafiz (via lazyyogi)|
I’m sorry that you had to see this pictures, but have you ever heard about the Surabaya Zoo? It’s the biggest zoo in Indonesia and it is, basically, a place for animals to die in the most horrible ways. They don’t have vets, they hardly ever clean the place, staff sells animal’s food, some of them are in really small cages…
You see the giraffe on the picture? It ate 20kg of plastic bags cause it was starving and all there was to eat was garbage. About 25 animals die per month.
The government doesn’t care about the zoo and ONGs have problems to release the animals cause most of them are not in healthy conditions to just go back to their true homes.
SIGN THE PETITION TO SHUT DOWN SURABAYA ZOO! Help to make a change. Reblog it. Post it on all your social medias. Invite your friends to join. Tell everyone you know about it.
How does this not have more notes? Reblog and sign the petition
COME ON GUYS SIGN THIS ROGHT NOW ALL OF YOU THIS IS SERIOUS
SIGNAL BOOST THIS!!
Sobbing at the cruelty humans are capable of sometimes. Please sign.
Shocking, just inhumane. Everyone sign this. It will literally take you 30 seconds.
around our home.
I think the biggest misconceptions about romantic love in our society isn’t about the love itself but the path.
There’s this fixation on the idea of finding love, of being worthy or finding someone worthy. There’s an idea of giving, getting, needing, rejecting. Love has been commoditized.
In addition to this, there are also hangups regarding what is normal and expected. Job, marry, family, retirement, and so on. Romance is relegated to a compartment of lifestyle or romance is relied on for hope and a sense of self.
I’m not confused by the people who have casual sex or one night stands. I’m confused by the people who jump from one relationship to the next, yet who seem to be unhappy with every partner. Those are the people looking for a boyfriend or a girlfriend, just a body and mind in a role to be filled.
In my opinion, there needn’t be a thought of “I want a [boy/girl]friend” before actually meeting someone to whom you feel genuine attraction. Otherwise you wont actually see people, you’ll just see candidates.
The mind cannot find love for you, but the heart will always be able to recognize it. We use our eyes and nose to inspect food but we wont know the reality of it until we taste it. Similarly, we can use the mind all we want to make responsible decisions, yet we will not be able to know the reality of love until we use the instrument of the heart.
Personally, I really don’t know if I will be in a passionately loving lifelong relationship or if I will be alone the rest of my life. All I can do is remain open and see what’s what as life unfolds.
In the end, love is never found or handed to you. It is a way of life in which there is continual intimacy with the aliveness in the present moment.
LOOK AT THIS BABY
LOOK AT HER
what the fuck she is conducting along she is like zero and a half years old come on