The Mary Tyler Moore Show

Oh my god. This! This! This!

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A friend asked a thoughtful question last month and I love it so… If you could have something named after you, what would it be?

I hate distance. You meet the best people and they are always far away.

I think the real adventure is when everything starts going wrong.

Yvon Chouinard (Creator of Patagonia)

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I’d like a lover to lay my hands upon. Not in ownership, but in praise.
I’d like a lover that sees stars in my eyes and fire in my soul.
I’d like a lover who is strong within himself and his desires.
I’d like a lover who doesn’t mind my occasional curses and laughs at my bad jokes.
I’d like a…

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Mom: It’s life! Work can suck, especially when you have high standards. You will figure out your next step.

Me: I don’t think I have terribly high standards but I think life should certainly be more than waking up like a robot everyday and going to a job that doesn’t fulfill you or spark your passions.

Whenever I find myself getting down (like, seriously, down) I look at this picture and it fills my heart right back up. Rough days can’t even touch this sort of joy. I can’t wait for the adventures and sparks that lie ahead. Keeping my dreams in sight ✨🌎✨

There is nothing more beautiful than seeing a person being themselves. Imagine going through your day being unapologetically you.

Steve Maraboli (via exoticwild)

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Feeling grateful for every hug I’ve ever received, for every hand that has ever held mine, and for the ease that has come from every soft touch on the shoulder or back. For whatever reason we often create so many barriers and so many social boundaries that we build up a fear of reaching out and touching those around us. A simple touch can do so much healing. Challenging myself to hug more, and to reach out and hold the hands of those I care about. The magic of human touch is a powerful thing.

Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma - which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.

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