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Don’t you just hate that feeling in your stomach when your heart is broken?
Just like all the butterflies died
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i learned that people can easily forget that others are human.
"prisoner" from the stanford prison experiment (1971)

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04sc:

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bblackgoldd:

I am so glad I pressed play

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following back everyone until i find a tumblr gf♡
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pizzapriince:

following back everyone until i find a tumblr gf♡

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stonerthings:

nobody should ever have to be out of weed, that’s not even fair

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It’s the oldest story in the world. One day you’re 17 and planning for someday. And then quietly and without you ever really noticing, someday is today. And then someday is yesterday. And this is your life.
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It’s the oldest story in the world. One day you’re 17 and planning for someday. And then quietly and without you ever really noticing, someday is today. And then someday is yesterday. And this is your life.

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Anonymous said: So, what is the main principle of Buddhism?

purplebuddhaproject:

Buddhism is a teaching of liberation, aimed at freeing people from the inevitable sufferings of life. To this end, early Buddhist teachings focused on the impermanence of all things. The Buddha realized that nothing in this world stays the same; everything is in a constant state of change. Pleasurable conditions, favorable circumstances, our relationships with those we hold dear, our health and well-being—any sense of comfort and security we derive from these things is continually threatened by life’s flux and uncertainty, and ultimately by death, the most profound change of all.

Namaste,

Forrest Curran

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