"Truth is, I feel happy. Truth is, I’m still going to try."

"Before you know it it’s 3 am and you’re 80 years old and you can’t remember what it was like to have 20 year old thoughts or a 10 year old heart."

Unknown (via ohlovequotes)

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I rarely post on my blog about my life, here and there I write a long and winding entry about my life but generally I use this to express myself at a point in time through pictures.

Lately, I’ve been yoga obsessed, practicing every single day because eventually I want to be able to all the thing yogis do. Today I’m starting another yoga challenge, and another exercise challenge. The point of this is to gain strength and see how much I can change physically as well as emotionally. Truth is that as much as breaking up with someone sucks, especially somebody you could honestly see yourself with for a while, it has really helped me to finally pursue things I really enjoyed even if it started off as pure distraction, it has changed to personal growth.

SO yes, I miss him and yes I do wish things worked out differently, but I am grateful in a way for the way things turned out because now I’m focusing on myself for the first time in years. And, yes like they always say, what will be will be.

"The world we live in. Is it fucked up? Yes. Is it unfair? Without a doubt. Can we change everything to make it better? Highly unlikely. Is that a reason to give up? No. Should we turn blind eyes to the negative aspects? HELL no. What should we do, then? Simple: We change what we have the power to change, acknowledge what we can’t in hopes that someone else eventually can figure out how to, and in the interim make our own situations the best they can be. It won’t be easy, that’s for sure. But it’s still good to try."

Scott Udell (via wnq-writers)

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"Out of everything I have lost, you hurt the most."

10 Word Story (via imaginethemadness)

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"I kissed her neck and shoulders. I felt faint with loving her so much."

Ernest Hemingway, A Farewell to Arms  (via ding-ang-bato)

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