this hedgehog is cheering for u bc u can do anything image


I will always have flaws that I can work on.


The world stands with Palestine.


I hate the idea that we each have only one soulmate.
One person whom we are destined to meet and stay with for the rest of our lives.

I believe we all have multiple soulmates. A soulmate is simply somebody that you deeply connect with, it seems. In that connection, there is an exchange of love, whether it be romantic or friendly, affectionate or unconditional, for a significant portion of your time.

And in that exchange of love, a part of them is left with you, and you in them. You become an amalgam of different experiences and forms of love, coalesced into one spirit.

I think it’s important to take care of both your past lovers, whether things ended mutually or went sour, and your present lovers, including friends and family. When learning a person you love(d) has died, it feels as if a part of your soul also died with them. Like something affecting them transcends to your being because part of your soul was integrated into their existences.

And with this idea, I find it easier to believe that we are all connected in some way. This idea of oneness, conceptualized as an infinite flow of spiritual energy, brings peace to my mind.

So to all my past soulmates, peace be with your spirit.

Which do you want: the pain of staying where you are, or the pain of growth?
Judith Hanson Lasater  (via cultivate-solitude)

(Source: alllways)