order

Trust that everything in your life is in divine order and synchronicity. All that you see is perfectly in line with your path and you are always in the perfect time and space. Be, think and act love.

~ Unknown

~ Art Tomasz Alen Kopera

~ Animation Motion Effect George RedHawk

norwegian phrases to integrate into your everyday speech

to embarrass and lowkey show off urself in front of friends and family and which may help you become apter in talking in your target language, part 1.

for eksempel — for example

slapp av! — relax!

det er på tide — it’s time

hold kjeft! — shut up!

for det første — first of all

tiden er ute — time’s up!

også kjent som — also known as

lettere sagt enn gjort — easier said than done

jeg vet ikke — I don’t know

ha det! — bye!

At the quantum level our universe can be seen as an indeterminate place, predictable in a statistical way only when you employ large enough numbers. Between that universe and a relatively predictable one where the passage of a single planet can be timed to a picosecond, other forces come into play. For the in-between universe where we find our daily lives, that which you believe is a dominant force. Your beliefs order the unfolding of daily events. If enough of us believe, a new thing can be made to exist. Belief structure creates a filter through which chaos is sifted into order.
—  Frank Herbert, Heretics of Dune
Let us again pretend that life is a solid substance, shaped like a globe, which we turn about in our fingers. Let us pretend that we can make out a plain and logical story, so that when one matter is despatched — love for instance — we go on, in an orderly manner, to the next.
—  Virginia Woolf, The Waves