rainbowtwo:

'We are afraid of death, we are afraid of separation, and we are afraid of nothingness. In the West, people are very afraid of nothingness. When they hear about emptiness, people are also very afraid, but emptiness just means the extinction of ideas. Emptiness is not the opposite of existence. It…

faultinourstarsmovie:

Did you know John Green wrote all the pages of An Imperial Affliction featured in the TFIOS movie? http://bit.ly/TFIOSImperialAffliction

faultinourstarsmovie:

Did you know John Green wrote all the pages of An Imperial Affliction featured in the TFIOS movie? http://bit.ly/TFIOSImperialAffliction

uglyfoxybaby:

jonsnowflakes:

Collegehumors’ new video is on point as always

DYING !!

watch!

bloggerwithashotgun:

sitting-here-in-blue-jay-way:

rainbowsaola-and-turkey:

partybarackisinthehousetonight:

if you say “whale oil beef hooked” really fast it sounds “well i’ll be fucked” in an irish accent omfg

i’m gonna cry

im laughing way to hard at this

further proof my sense of humor is warped beyond repair

All are already That. You only have to be reminded of it. It is my joy to remind you of what you appear to have forgotten. The Buddhas, the Christs, the Sivas of this world are all inside your Self. It only requires an undressing of beliefs to be naked again. Don’t keep picking up ‘new’ things. Stay empty. Complete this journey by fully understanding and being one with yourself. Don’t purchase the promises of the mind that maybe next year will be auspicious to find it. It is ever here and now - timelessly. You may not be able to see it phenomenally for it is without quality and form. It is beyond time. But still you have the clear sense it is here. And that it is not different from you. Uncreated, pure Being.
Mooji (via ashramof1)

leafo-flameo:

Avatar: the Last Airbender is about a regular human being learning how to be The Chosen One and the Legend of Korra is about The Chosen One learning how to be a regular human being and I just think that’s the coolest thing ever.

It is your restlessness that causes chaos.
Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj (via beherenowandzen)