"How you vibrate is what the universe echoes back to you."

Panache  (via hoodoo-seed)

(Source: ignitingenergy)

it’s often let forgotten the gravity of situations where it’s so clear that when there’s something there’s always the opposite of that same thing
like you see something beautiful but the longer you look at it, the ugly comes out of the pores pouring outward with each moment you forget to blink
the space left between your breaths you don’t take
is still a space
the space has space within it’s space even when you ignore it it’s spiraling inwards nesting space within space building squares into cubes creating a space from a flat dimension
I see all things are built up equally from what there is and what there isn’t
both are important
what you aren’t, what you simply are not, is equally as important as what you simply are
your negative feelings are as important as your positive ones
everything negative is supporting and building a positive
emptiness is to a square as a square is to a cube as a cube is to dimension which is what everything is
Everything is the same as nothing

positiveclarity:

I feel so out of touch with my feelings lately,

like I am so so happy. but I’m also so so confused.
and some days I am so so sad, and others I am so so in love with life.

(Source: definitelygayy)

multipack:

excuse me mom but whoever smelt it dealt it so it is in fact YOU who’s doing the weed

this actually worked for me when i was in 6th grade. twice

(Source: ihaveremade)

aren’t you ever afraid you’ll just end up where you started?

you look out the window and you see nothing happening. Everything remains dormant except the force of the seasons. People cease to be productive, because you see nothing happening. If you look outside and see the world happening before your eyes you’re going to make your world happen. If you look outside and see nothing happening you’re going to feel compelled to do nothing, to become nothing but a being altered solely by the passing seasons and the substances you use to speed the time. But the clock only ticks as fast as the gears that built it, and you’ll only tick as fast as the gears that built you. And sometimes you’ll think that the gears in the clock have broken, or the gears inside of you have been broken. The truth is that the ticking happens continuously even if you don’t hear it. So make your life happen before your gears get rusty or you’ll forever be stuck waiting and listening for the ticking of your life to happen, never to actually experience the beauty of movement through every moment as the ticking brings you forward with every second passing

nearlya:

Serge Mendjisky, Monotypes, New York Series

Walk Don’t Walk, 2001

Blue Bridge, 2007