I see this all the time on IG and others and it’s quite possibly one of my biggest pet peeves. It’s cute to put on a bumper sticker and send cards to your friends, but in reality it’s not accurate and is in itself an oxymoron. Let me explain and give a better solution. -
When we say live YOUR truth it assumes more than one truth. By definition this is impossible. The law of non-contradiction states that something cannot both be true and false at the same time and assuming something is your truth but not valid for someone else is breaking that law. -
Furthermore I believe when we say things like I’m living my truth, it is just enabling us to live a lifestyle that may or may not be in line with what’s best for us, but because we say it’s our truth we justify it. When we “follow our heart” it won’t lead us to freedom, it’ll lead us to slavery. -
Because there’s a lot of things that we desire that aren’t good for us. There’s things that we do, not because we want to but because we are enslaved to it. Things like addictions and certain behaviors. When we attempt to live OUR truth it doesn’t work because we become enslaved to our own decisions. -
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I was supposed to be sitting on a beach somewhere in Ibiza now watching the sunset but instead I am enjoying this quiet summer evening at home planning our future adventures and tending the garden, happy no matter where I am as long as I have my little family with me✨ This photo was taken in India the year before Cassius was born, hope to go back there soon as a family of four 💚
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Yaounde, Cameroon has over 3.9 million inhabitants and that number continues to rise. Public services and diplomatic representations are mostly concentrated there in the capital, this is why Yaounde enjoys a higher standard of living and security than the rest of Cameroon. It is also a central transfer point for wares such as coffee, cocoa, tobacco and rubber. Their most common spoken language is French.
Sardines are Portugal's most popular fish.
Canned sardines are a delicacy in Portugal.
It's an excellent souvenir from the country.
On the photo one of the Comur company stores.
📍 Comur-Conserveira de Portugal
There's something calming and reassuring about the steady lapping of the waves. The back and forth of the tide-pulled waters can be soothing to the soul. Take some time out to just be.
Hay algo calmante y tranquilizador en el constante chapoteo de las olas. El ir y venir de las aguas arrastradas por la marea puede ser relajante para el alma. Tómate un tiempo para simplemente ser.
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Still looking at old trip photos. Still can’t wait to travel again. What else is new?!
📸 taken 2 years ago this week on a ferry to the Croatian island of Vis. Still one of my favorite places ever 💙
Batu Caves, one of Kuala Lumpur’s most frequented tourist attractions, is a limestone hill comprising three major caves and a number of smaller ones. Located approximately 11 kilometres to the north of Kuala Lumpur, this 100-year-old temple features idols and statues erected inside the main caves and around it. Incorporated with interior limestone formations said to be around 400 million years old, the temple is considered an important religious landmark by Hindus.
Cathedral Cave – the largest and most popular cavern in Batu Caves – houses several Hindu shrines beneath its 100-metre-high arched ceiling. At the foot of Batu Hill are two other cave temples – the Art Gallery Cave and Museum Cave – which houses numerous Hindu statues and paintings.
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We are looking forward to meeting with our clients again! If you’d like to meet with us, email firstname.lastname@example.org. All appointments will be done with proper physically distancing measures in place and in our sanitized office.✨
We are thrilled to announce that the Hood River City Council has announced that Phase 1 of lodging can re-open starting this Friday!
We have put new safety and cleaning measures in place to ensure that our guests and staff are well protected. We can't wait to welcome our guests back to Columbia Cliff Villas! We sure have missed you!
While things are pretty good right now, with activities starting again and the sun shining, it had me thinking of what we were doing a year ago. Chasing setting suns and stories in Denmark, running along the beach from morning to midnight and sleeping beneath the stars. Just myself and these two crazies living out on the road in a minivan, going where we desired and doing whatever we pleased. The doors would leak when the rain was heavy and I missed free access to a shower, but wow, those were some incredible weeks.
Title: Watch your step by DsT
We take photo's as a return ticket to a moment otherwise gone.
As you know bears eat a lot of berries and acorns. After eating, the food goes through their digestive system. The nutrients stay in their bodies to give them energy, while the waste, or seeds, becomes “scat”. (Scat is a fancy name for bear poop.) The seeds in the scat will begin to sprout and grow into new plants.
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La Casera is a Spanish beverage brand, an adjective for something (food or artisanal products) meaning “homemade”, but its meaning in this context is way wider.
In Latina America, Casera is the food market seller, usually an old woman picking her herbs directly from the mountains. This picture was taken in La Paz, but it reminds me straight of the markets in Cusco where I’ve been used to go for a year of my life. You can have more than one “Casera” ‘cause each one is selling something different: I had one casera for the handmade butter and cheese, one for veggies, one for fruits, one for avocados, one for bread, one for chocolate and dried fruits, one for legumes and cereals, one for milk and one for Venezuelan sweets (usually for my boyfriend but I have to admit I couldn’t resist myself and I’ve been trying a few). The relationship you happen to develop with these people is above the extraordinary, they always remember what you bought last time and the most of them are cute old ladies always asking how are you and sometimes adding some more extra tomatoes or onions to your bag. Sometimes you see them walking in the streets with their bent backs carrying “mantas” full of products to sell or walking around with bags full of fresh herbs harvested in the early morning in the mountains. It doesn’t matter how old are they, since they have this incredible strength and impressive perseverance to “salir adelante”. La Paz, July 2019
Eine Auszeit vom Alltag zum abschalten, auftanken, durchatmen. Das ist der Wunsch vieler derzeit. Und bei mir sieht das nicht anders aus.
Ehrlich gesagt lechze ich schier danach und bin kurz davor, täglich die Kalendertage auszustreichen - wie in Kindertagen - rückwärts zählend, bis sie endlich da ist, unsere erste Urlaubswoche dieses Jahr. Endlich Ende Juni.
Und dann? In den eigenen vier Wänden bleiben, die uns in den letzten Wochen sowieso schon viel häufiger beherbergt haben? Die Familie besuchen, die wir nun auch so lange nicht gesehen haben? Sicher geht es Euch nicht anders. Ihr hadert mit dem Reisen generell und in diesen Zeiten. Was ist möglich, was ist erlaubt, was noch bezahlbar.
Wir haben uns entschieden, dass die oben genannten Alternativen keine sind, um den Kopf mal wirklich frei zu kriegen. Und überfüllte Strandbäder an Nord- und Ostsee fühlen sich auch nicht richtig an. .