Her 15

As much as I like her, I’m fine with not having her… We don’t always get what we want in life but, Having her around is enough for me especially with such a dope friendship.. Does that mean my feelings will simply just go away No, sure they will just continue to grow….. But I’m a Pisces we’re great at hiding out true feelings!!

“…Scorpio’s strength is that it isn’t afraid of the Dark, and so when the Sun is in Scorpio, it is a perfect time to look at our Shadows and see what we’ve been in fear of, suppressing and repressing.”

“When we can look within and see how those stuck emotional patterns keep us from what we truly want in life, we can consciously choose to shed those old patterns like a snake skin. What may have protected us in the past no longer serves our on-going life and we have to die to an old way of being and acting, to be re-born to a higher level of consciousness.”

Hello Scorpio moon

Solar eclipse New moon inScorpio October 23rd 2014~

…”Scorpio wants us to feel what the right action is to take, and that means seriously looking into the unconscious to understand what we really feel and want out of life.  Not what we think we should want.   Not what we’ve been told to want.  But what we truly desire.  

“And that means understanding our feelings of vulnerability and our fears concerning betrayal, violence, rejection and self-worth, and the unconscious defense mechanisms which keep us from our authentic truth.”

“…Scorpio’s strength is that it isn’t afraid of the Dark, and so when the Sun is in Scorpio, it is a perfect time to look at our Shadows and see what we’ve been in fear of, suppressing and repressing.”

“When we can look within and see how those stuck emotional patterns keep us from what we truly want in life, we can consciously choose to shed those old patterns like a snake skin.  What may have protected us in the past no longer serves our on-going life and we have to die to an old way of being and acting, to be re-born to a higher level of consciousness.”

Source : http://www.mysticmamma.com

My perfect date

With an athletic type country boy that loves adventure and to be crazy. He shows up with my favorite flowers- hydrangeas and then takes me out on a adventure date where we are going to be active. While on the way to the location we blast out to the latest country hits and try to sing along both knowing we’re not good but keep doing it anyways. After we are able to open up about life and what we want in life.

Yeah I am a hopeless romantic!❤️❤️

Thoughts on Scorpio solar eclipse coming tomorrow evening...
“When we can look within and see how those stuck emotional patterns keep us from what we truly want in life, we canconsciously choose to shed those old patterns like a snake skin.  What may have protected us in the past no longer serves our on-going life and we have to die to an old way of being and acting, to be re-born to a higher level of consciousness.”

Click the link above to read about the powerful transformational energy of this New Moon/Solar Eclipse. 

When we can look within and see how those stuck emotional patterns keep us from what we truly want in life, we can consciously choose to shed those old patterns like a snake skin.  What may have protected us in the past no longer serves our on-going life and we have to die to an old way of being and acting, to be re-born to a higher level of consciousness.

Gm all happy Wed!
@JoyceMeyer: The way to accomplish what we really want in life & stay true to our true selves is to set our mind in the direction we want to end up.

This is important we all have days I’m sure that are terrible, we have people I’m sure that pulled us through it and whilst we are thankful to them we should also take the time to realise that a lot of it wasn’t just done a lot of it was us as well we have the power inside of us to do what we want with our life and to enjoy it sometimes it’s not easy to remember that, but I want everyone to try.

anonymous said:

I want to filly charlie the tuna with my hot thick cum

and i want to stop getting these messages but we dont all get what we want in life whether its cartoon fish fucking or peace and quiet

One of the worst pains in life is regret. We all have places in our lives where we wish we would have done some things differently! What we want and need most in life is the assurance that at least for the most part we have made the right decisions. Join us tonight as we discover how we can added assurance and fewer regrets in our lives! #Assurance #NoRegret #DontMissIt #BringAFriend

I still walk alone. With the worst feeling in the world. I just need the reason of living. The main thing is... No one can tell me this reason cause Nobody knows at all. Nothing feels real anymore. Fortunately or UnFortunately.. whoever knows.. there is no anymore. No feelings. No future. Just exhausted faces... With the feeling of nevermore.. Actually thats what we wanted. Life-full of emptiness and people with nothing.
Education and Career Planning

It’s not until you’re about to leave high school that the importance of career and jobs are pushed onto us.

The importance of choosing your “path” is deemed as extremely important in later life (or at least when you’ve chosen your path), but is the importance underplayed and are we putting too much pressure onto ourselves and society at too young of an age?

Just imagine for a moment that you’re 14/15 and about to leave year 9 and join year 10, the time in school where you are about to choose your “Options” but are they really options?

How can we be expected to know what we want to do in life that early on? and it isn’t really stressed how important these options are.

In high school i chose to do ICT, specifically DiDa (The equivalent to 4 GCSE’s), but this took up all my other “slots” for other options. So when it came to enrol in college, 2 years later, my options were limited to Media related courses, and thus when it came to apply for university Media was the option again.

I am a keen history buff, and although i love media and the course I am on now, I wish someone in education would have given me guidance and help and most importantly stressed how important my choices in school would be later on in life.

The importance of career services cannot be underplayed and should not be taken for granted, but career guidance and services should be taught and given from a young age, to stress the importance that everything we do in younger life directly effects us later on.

At the risk of becoming and sounding repetitive, we are all in control of our futures, we may not be able to control certain aspects of our lives but there is a wide range of help available to students still in education at all levels, and to those who have left education.

Make the most of the resources available to you whilst you still can. It would be stupid not to!

Have a look at the links below that deal with careers and jobs!

http://www.targetjobs.co.uk/

http://creativeskillset.org/

http://www.prospects.co.uk/

See you again soon!

We all have different perspective in life. We all have the right to decide what we want in life. We all have different attitude and how we see things. But whatever it is. We don’t have the right to judge a person base on their personality. We don’t have the right to question them why they are like that. We’re not the same. And you have to respect that they are the way they are.

When we can look within and see how those stuck emotional patterns keep us from what we truly want in life, we can consciously choose to shed those old patterns like a snake skin. What may have protected us in the past no longer serves our on-going life and we have to die to an old way of being and acting, to be re-born to a higher level of consciousness.

anonymous said:

If I don't know what I want, can I just focus on being happy, and get what's best for me?

Yes, absolutely!!! Life is about the PROCESS, not the final destination. The purpose of life is to experience what we want to experience, life just “IS”, there is no “what’s best for me” nor “what’s not good for me”. Side note: this brings up a lot of what I’ve learned – check out books by Eckhart Tolle, Neale Donald Walsch, and Wayne Dyer. They all explain this very well. Let me know if you want more information…  I think we focus too much on us NEEDING TO BE SOMETHING, because that’s what are parents tell us, that’s what society has ingrained in us. In reality, that’s not the case.

All through grade school I had no idea what I wanted to go to college for. I just went through the process because I thought I had to. I received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and every job I have had, it has not been required. I just went through the motions. I realized all of that didn’t matter. I finally realized over this summer what I am truly passionate about and what I am now focusing my desires on – 15 years after I graduated high school. I am also realizing, in order to live a fulfilling life, manifest what I want and have the experiences I want, it starts with being happy and being grateful for what I already have in my life.

Being happy releases the stress and worry of day to day issues. Being happy lets you relax and experience calmness. Being happy releases the need to control everything in your life. You just simply cannot. With that, you will be able to feel your intuition a lot easier and hear what your soul is trying to tell you. That’s what happened to me – I let all negativity go, focused on being happy as much as absolutely possible, and things just started happening. I finally feel the passion of my soul and what truly is my life’s purpose.

It's Okay to Know (or Not Know) How You Want to Shape Your Life

For some inexplicable reason, adults expect us to make life-altering decisions like where we’re going to spend four years of our lives and drop nearly a quarter of a million dollars in tuition when we’re in high school, but they laugh at us when we say we know what we want from life or what our ultimate goals are. Granted, not everyone knows what they want, and what we want has the possibility to change (and probably will). But the same applies for colleges — adults expect us to commit to one place, but many people will transfer and switch schools. What’s with the double standards?

Yes, we probably will change our goals and wants many times in life. That’s okay. However, that doesn’t give anyone the right to belittle our dreams. We’re told we’re too young to know anything, and we’re treated like little girls who want to become princesses one day: a pat on the head, a chuckle and a little “That’s cute, dear, now move along” from adults who probably don’t know where they’re going to be in 10 years themselves.

The part that baffles me most, though, is that I never try to claim that what I want now is a finalized list and that I know exactly where my life is going and exactly what I’m going to end up with. This is just what I want now for my future; is that so bad? The plain truth is that I don’t know what I want from life or what I want it to show me.

I know I’ll change my mind and discover surprising, new opportunities. I’ll take turns and detours where I wasn’t supposed to; I’ll stall in certain areas and fly through others. I’m okay with that.

That doesn’t mean I don’t have at least a solid idea of where I want to direct my life.

I want to help kids with cancer and become a pediatric oncologist. I don’t know if I’ll pursue both a MD and a phD or just a MD because I don’t know how much more schooling I’ll be willing to go to 10 years from now. I don’t know if I’ll want to focus on being a doctor or if I’ll want to balance being a doctor alongside being an active research scientist.

I want kids (one day), and I think I’ll want my family to be big. I’ve always admired big, close-knit families. I don’t know what my future spouse would want, though, or if we’d be able to have kids. I know I’m willing to compromise and that I’d be totally willing to adopt — even if I had my own kids.

I want a modest life, even if I had an extravagant income at my disposal. I think it’s pointless to invest time and money into acquiring material possessions when I could help hundreds of other people instead.

I want a love that lasts — even though the statistical odds are against me. I’m a romantic at heart, and I know that even if I end up contributing to the divorce rate one day, I’ll have done everything I could to save this future marriage.

I know that I want to lead a fulfilled life. I don’t want to end up on my death bed wishing I’d spent more time with my family or wishing that I’d used my limited days on Earth in a useful way. I know that life won’t always be fulfilling or hopeful, but I want to always strive and work towards that goal.

In the end, the foundational things I claim to want in life are still up for change and compromise. My wants are mostly just ways I want to direct my life — places I want to lead myself towards achieving. These are overarching backbones with no maps or paved roads telling me how, exactly, to get there. I don’t know the kind of person I’ll marry one day or how I’ll raise my future children. I don’t know if I will actually end up pursuing a double major in biology and chemistry with a minor in Spanish next year. I don’t know where I’ll end up living or how many heartbreaks I’ll stumble through. I don’t know how many kids I’ll have or if I’ll change my mind and study abroad during college. I don’t even know if I’ll ever fill up my “dreams jar” or work through all the “one day” lines I’ve tossed into it.

That’s a lot of uncertainty. I’ll be the first to admit that I have a lot of things to figure out. I’ll be the first to admit that things will change, I will change and my visions will change. But that doesn’t undermine the foundational wants I have or the fact that I have a general plan of how I want to mold my life. I know the basics of the kind of life I want to lead. Honestly, I think that’s all I’ll ever really know until I get there, to that far-off time in the future we’re forever fantasizing about.

Even with all those unknowns, I’m not letting them — or anyone else — keep me from chasing after my dreams, my wants. Just because there’s a possibility I’ll change my mind one day isn’t justification for not pursuing my current dreams at all. I think there’s a negative connotation with “wanting” something, but the way I see it, my dreams and goals are simply my wants. They’re the things I want to achieve and discover.

There’s nothing wrong with knowing what you want in life, and there’s nothing wrong with pursuing those goals.*

*within reason, of course (i.e. hurting others is NOT a good way to pursue dreams)

trantracks said:

TUANQ (my vietnamese name)

Ooo awesome, you learn something new about Matt everyday haha :P
You probably know the answer to many of these but I shall be delighted to answer them anyway hehe

T. AGE I GET MISTAKEN FOR.
17, maybe 18 if I’m lucky… Never the actual age of a woman who is teaching 2 college classes at a state university :P

U. WHERE I WANT TO BE RIGHT NOW.
Ooo, lotsa places! Taiwan! Arizona! Or in any mountains really! GSA national conference in Vancouver that’s happening right now! Yellowstone! idk on some form of adventure :P

A. WHY MY LAST RELATIONSHIP ENDED.
We just weren’t right for each other romantically, what we wanted out of life was quite different. It’s all good tho, we’re still friends.

N. FAVOURITE PLACE TO SHOP AT?
For clothes? h&m.
As a whole but I never can justify going there? Eastern Mountain Sports or REI. Dat new hiking/kayaking stuff high.
For tea? Anywhere I can get authentic stuff.
In general? Amazon.com :P

Q. RELATIONSHIP STATUS AS OF RIGHT NOW.
*Glances out the window, a tumble weed won’t even allow itself pass by.*

Rolling

I remember when we got back from Hardwell and I couldn’t stop thinking of how you were going to move away from me in a few days.
And I played this song over and over for days.

I believed so hard that we could do it, that the distance wasn’t anything. That the bond between us would outlast that difference.
And it did. So go us. Proud of everything.

And we may not be together now but fuck it. We were made to be inseparable, and I know no matter that, we will love each other to death until the very last second.

Life sucks, sometimes we don’t get what we want. And that’s okay. Life isn’t in any way responsible to give us what we want when we want it. And that’s okay.

By closing a door with you, a million others have opened up, and I know that whatever I do, I somehow always manage to stumble through the right door.

I met you after all didn’t I?

Let me float back to the place you found me. I’ll be okay.

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