quotes about positivity

Live your life gracefully. Each and every moment is a moment to cherish, so be mindful to truly live each second of the day. Take negativity lightly, and do not allow it take over your world. Walk softly. Live fully, for life is precious.

Everyone was created different. Just like a fingerprint, no two people are exactly the same. It’s beautiful, isn’t it? Imagine if everyone was exactly the same. What kind of world would we be living in? What kind of diversity would we experience?

Don’t focus on what has been lost. Focus on what’s been gained in the absence of what once was.
I love messy. I love when you laugh so hard that your whole body starts shaking. I love when dishes pile up in the sink because you were too busy living. I love unashamed vulnerability, I love sweatpants and messy hair. I love music that makes you weep. I love unabashed flirting, I love when you don’t hold back your tears and they stain my shirt. I love genuine hugs, I love smudgy make up and unmade beds. I love passion. You are a living, breathing soul. You’re not here to be perfect, dammit, you are a force of nature. Show me who you are. Give me honesty.
I want honesty.
—  things I think about at 5:19 am
There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.
—  Edith Wharton

The Hunters of Artemis aesthetic

Young intelligent women with glitter running
through their veins, eyes that sparkle as bright
as a million stars on a magical summer night.
A bond that lasts an eternity and brings you
closer to nature than you’ve ever been.
It’s like an endless adventure with your best friends.

requested by anonymous

strong enough, to hold you up

“The key to happiness is low expectations.

I expect nothing when I wake up in the morning. Like, today is gonna probably suck. You know? And if it’s halfway decent, I only can be pleased. 

If you start out every day and you’re like, “today’s gonna be awesome”, as soon as something bad happens, you’re like, “ah, today sucks! it got ruined for me!”  […] 

If my glass has any water in it in the end of the day, I’m happy. Because I start out with an empty glass. I’m like, this is an empty glass, it can only get full.”

- Rhett McLaughlin