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"I’m no longer spending my life chasing time. Today is what it is. Tomorrow is what it will be. I’m not going to overthink any of it. Wherever I am at the moment is where I’m meant to be…there’s no better feeling than giving the present your full attention."

— K.  (via rainysundaysandcoffee)

(Source: with-grace-and-guts, via delosol)

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That’s what really scares me.

Falling in love is easy. Having sex is easier. But bumping into someone that can spark your soul - that shit is rare.

You could fuck four, five, all the people in a god damned room and you’d only feel a connection with one. Or none at all.

And what sucks is despite the undeniable real magnetic pull between the two of you, more often than not, you don’t end up together.

I’m afraid I won’t meet anyone else I can connect with.

I’m scared it’ll be just you.

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— Sade Andria Zabala | Connection   (via justinancheta)

(Source: surfandwrite, via melisterine)

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nishlo:

but the real question is has nemo found himself

(via langleav)

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I wish social media never existed.

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(Source: tamburina, via disimba)

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Yesterday

"I fucking hate dancing. There’s really no point anymore"

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humansofnewyork:

"There’s a lot of pressure being the child of immigrants." “Why’s that?” “My mother is Thai, my father is from Chile. They met while working at a restaurant. There’s a knowledge among first generation immigrants— that they aren’t going to be the ones to achieve the American Dream. They have to work hard and struggle so that their children will have a shot at it. So they educate their children and pass the Dream along to them. And now I have an obligation to make more fucking money than them, to live the American Dream, to validate all the risks they took and everything they went through. And that’s a heavy burden.”

humansofnewyork:

"There’s a lot of pressure being the child of immigrants."
“Why’s that?”
“My mother is Thai, my father is from Chile. They met while working at a restaurant. There’s a knowledge among first generation immigrants— that they aren’t going to be the ones to achieve the American Dream. They have to work hard and struggle so that their children will have a shot at it. So they educate their children and pass the Dream along to them. And now I have an obligation to make more fucking money than them, to live the American Dream, to validate all the risks they took and everything they went through. And that’s a heavy burden.”