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18. recovering anorexic. lioness. lover of adventure and all animals. find out the rest for yourself

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I’ve never seen any life transformation that didn’t begin with the person in question finally getting tired of their own bullshit.

— Elizabeth Gilbert (via liquid-diamonds-flowing)

Buddha, having emaciated himself for no reason in cruel self-abuse, realized that this was not the way to peace, or knowledge, or liberation… One who ruins her body can never gain awakening

— Buddhacharita 12:97-99 (via waandering)

Somebody told me I look healthy

I weigh 94 pounds, my parents want me to be 100. If I look and feel healthy, why the fuck do I have to be 100

the-masters-fallen-angel:

geobytes:

My grandma would always x out people in her yearbook and write “Deceased” when one of her high school classmates died. We often found it morbid. Grandma wanted to be the last one living. She wanted to win.

That’s not a yearbook.

That’s a hit list.

They say you don’t get over someone until you find someone or something better. As humans, we don’t deal well with emptiness. Any empty space must be filled. Immediately. The pain of emptiness is too strong. It compels the victim to fill that place. A single moment with that empty spot causes excruciating pain. That’s why we run from distraction to distraction — and from attachment to attachment.

Yasmin Mogahed (via spinals)

(Source: bluestockingreads)

(Source: almost-relevant)


jedavu:

Creative Street Art That Makes Clever Use Of The Urban Environment

by Street artist Pejac


coffeesunrises:

softness
where there were
once starved angles

thoughts
where there was
once atrophied brain matter

curves, vitality, life—
all without apology