|—||Joseph Campbell (via marwa-ashraf)|
We just don’t know. It’s what you decide it is.
We can never be equal. There is no utopia. But that’s the beauty of it. Life is messy and stressful and unfair and full of pain and it’s okay. Not everything should be planned. Like budgeting. Set budget, and then a little bit for whatever may come up. Car breaks down, a concert, whatever it is you may need without needing it.
Without having the possibility of perfection, life falls into its own sort of order. Life is not school, where someone tells you you got 100% and here is your diploma, congrats you have succeeded. You set your own bar, you learn (or don’t) based on yourself and everyone around you. You collaborate and stretch and challenge and argue and live and love. Sometimes you forget.
But in the end, we are nothing more than stardust in this huge galaxy. Pressure is off. It’s all on you to discover your own gifts and your own trials and find the beauty that is living.
looks pretty smart to me
I really like dandelions
This whole conception of what space and solids and liquids are and what they can do are blown.
Magnets controlling a magnetic liquid. Crazy.
Spaces between and how they may intersect??
Reminds me of the red string theory where you are tied to your soulmate. Really interesting way of visualizing that concept of paths intersecting, I had only thought of it as a web of strings with one string per person but it makes a lot more sense to have different degrees of that.
you won’t have a chance to say this again within your lifetime, so you might as well reblog it.