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I am a Star-Child Resident of Earth In-L♥ve with
All Random Things Considered to be Organic and Inorganic.

"To be satisfied with a little, is the greatest wisdom; and he that increaseth his riches, increaseth his cares; but a contented mind is a hidden treasure, and trouble findeth it not." — Akhenaton

Hidden Treasury (by capnmikesphotos)

"Into your darkest corner, you are safe in my love, you are protected. I am the openess you seek, I am your doorway. Come sit in the circular temple of my heart and let yourself be calm." — Agapi Stassinopoulos

Calm (by Kristin Sig)

"In the neuter austerity of that terrain all phenomena were bequeathed a strange equality and no one thing nor spider nor stone nor blade of grass could put forth claim to precedence. The very clarity of these articles belied their familiarity, for the eye predicates the whole on some feature or part and here was nothing more luminous than another and nothing more enshadowed and in the optical democracy of such landscapes all preference is made whimsical and a man and a rock become endowed with unguessed kinship." — Cormac McCarthy

light (by dekoekkoek)

“I wish you humor and a twinkle in the eye. I wish you glory and the strength to bear life’s burdens. I wish you sunshine on your path and the storms to season your journey.” — Robert A. Ward

Sandstone Sunset by Michael Anderson (by AndersonImages)

“There is only one way to happiness and that is to cease worrying about things which are beyond the power or our will.“ — Epictetus

Huangshan, China (YELLOW MOUNTAIN/LANDSCAPE) VIII (by Chi King)

"The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious - the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art and true science." — Albert Einstein 

Emotional Quicksand (by jasontheaker)

"Once you finally decided to stand for great things in your life, it becomes crystal clear to you all of the bad things you refuse to sit down for any longer." — Nikida S. Taste 

Crystal Clear (by jasontheaker)

"Lay down these words 
Before your mind like rocks. 
Placed solid, by hands 
In choice of place, set 
Before the body of the mind 
in space and time: 
Solidity of bark, leaf, or wall 
riprap of things: 
Cobble of milky way. 
Straying planets, 
These poems, people, 
lost ponies with 
Dragging saddles —
and rocky sure-foot trails. 
The worlds like an endless 
four-dimensional 
Game of Go. 
Ants and pebbles 
In the thin loam, each rock a word 
a creek-washed stone 
Granite: ingrained 
with torment of fire and weight 
Crystal and sediment linked hot 
all change, in thoughts, 
As well as things.” 
— Gary Snyder

Lone Leaf (by Neil Weaver)

Mary Jane’s Last Dance | Tom Petty