Today is a hard day but its allowed to be a hard day. I choose strength and happiness but today I’m allowed to feel this way, but only for today because I loved you. It’s amazing what all my friends are doing for me today.
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La Cosecha / The Harvest (2011)
“Every year there are more than 400,000 American children who are torn away from their friends, schools and homes to pick the food we all eat. Zulema, Perla and Victor labor as migrant farm workers, sacrificing their own childhoods to help their families survive. The Harvest / La Cosecha profiles these three as they journey from the scorching heat of Texas’ onion fields to the winter snows of the Michigan apple orchards and back south to the humidity of Florida’s tomato fields to follow the harvest and provides an intimate glimpse into the lives of these children who struggle to dream while working 12 – 14 hours a day, 7 days a week to feed America.”
just goes to show you that not consuming animals does not mean you are supporting a system that is cruelty free
This really needed to be said.
Learn the value of the dollar… cause this place is pretty junked up sometimes. A greater understanding can help us feel better about what we already have..
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OW MY HEART
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Landscape engineers: humans, beavers, and…termites!
We all admire the beaver for the way it can turn a linear river into a lake with a dam, but the termites turning the desert into a pattern of oases that allow permanent life even in drought periods for hundreds of years - that’s much more fascinating. -Norbert Juergens, University of Hamburg
Read the BBC Science article by Jonathan Amos that examines Juergens’ studies of grass “fairy circles” created by termites in the Namibian desert: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-21970408
Do termites “engineer” the American deserts to maintain water supplies as they appear to do in Africa? Will this change with climate change? Good questions for scientists about this behavioral pattern!
-Matt Preston. Photo from BBC
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Humans are so predictable. Regret doesn’t exist to me, it’s really many other feelings and remnants wearing the costume of simply one word.
When I’m moving through life, I have the ability to see when I’m falling off balance. I can usually pin point problems and use productive thinking to solve them. As opposed to imploding into a shattered kaleidoscope of negative emotion and pointless/harmful action/inaction.
Sometimes its hard to forgive even myself. Forgiveness and acceptance are two things that have grown significantly on me, though there are certain times that burn me. It was easier to first accept loving everyone else, forgiving anyone for anything they’ve done, because I know in my heart and soul that every living being has pure loving energy at their core. This world we are living in is practically designed to stifle that energy, and to ignite negativity and hate. The very structure of our experience seems to be playing off of people’s bad habits and decisions. Now, coming to forgive myself.. hmm. I’m mostly a good person, I know I’ve got that loving energy because it pours out of me almost every day. Yet I have let myself get stuck on something, or make a choice that has serious consequences. And holding to the fact that I pretty much know right from wrong, when I DO wrong, my newly natural reaction is to open my arms wide to what comes next. (Like stealing a cookie from the cookie jar, and then lingering there to await the cookie-thief beating) We are all “human” after all, which I find myself using as an excuse. BUT even after all of these patterns of thought, blah blah blah, I have come to realize that accepting your mistakes as part of your path, as part of something else to learn, makes it easier to actually learn from it rather than dwell on it. When I’m kinder to myself, I’m kinder and brighter to others. If I feel like shit, I’m a quiet dark cloud pulsating with thunderous energy, likely to strike at random and without thinking. When I hold my own hand as well as the fact that better things will come, I move through life with much more ease. And I’m more pleasant that way, anyway. So might as well smile about some shit that’s been pulled and remember to wear a seat belt. Why wallow in pitty? There is always something better.
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|Posted 2 weeks ago · via bayfruu||27,477 notes|
1. Remember that friendship is a gift, not a possession.
2. Do “first things first”. (Generally that means doing the most important task first thing in the morning.)
3. Smile, especially when you’re with other people. (Remember that everyone is fighting a hard battle).
4. Include extra time, or margin, in your schedule.
5. QTIP (or quit taking it personally.)
6. Treasure people and experiences over possessions.
7. Do what’s important and say “no” to the rest.
8. Accept that constant change is here to stay!
9. Remember that nothing is usually as serious as it seems at first.
10. Do something relaxing before going to bed.
|Posted 2 weeks ago · via psych-facts||4,082 notes|