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legogradstudent · 9 hours ago
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Making remarkable progress on his research, the grad student wonders what disastrous mistake will eventually blow up in his face.
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theglasschild · 2 days ago
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One of the most important pieces of wisdom someone has ever passed onto me came from my yoga teacher while I was doing my yoga teacher training back in 2015. She said, “part of your spiritual practice will be to not feel the need to share every little realisation you have or progress you make. Keep your spiritual development to yourself, and instead let it show by the way you show up.”
I didn’t fully understand it then, but I do know. The need to share your growth or achievements online is only a cry for validation. You share your growth because you want to hear that what you’re doing matters. But that’s only showing how shallow your growth really is. It’s when you can make enormous steps forward, grow and understand, WITHOUT feeling the need to have your progress validated by others that the growth is fully embodied in you. When it’s no longer something you need to talk about or explain, it’s just a part of you.
I am no longer interested in people who talk about their growth or achievements. Show it to me in the way you love and walk through this world. That’s the only growth that matters.
– Charlotte Eriksson
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swthny · a day ago
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i ordered a heavier dumbbell set 😈
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blackswaneuroparedux · 12 hours ago
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Western society has accepted as unquestionable a technological imperative that is quite as arbitrary as the most primitive taboo: not merely the duty to foster invention and constantly to create technological novelties, but equally the duty to surrender to these novelties unconditionally, just because they are offered, without respect to their human consequences.
- Lewis Mumford  
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gregor-samsung · 5 months ago
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This Is Not a Burial, It's a Resurrection (Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese - 2019)
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lumberdaddy · 7 months ago
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🩲⚠️ New favorite undies alert ⚠️🩲
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wstdxo · 3 months ago
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sometimes my heart feels so heavy I seem to forget all the good days I've had
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protectspock · 3 months ago
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Parents, please stay vigilant! I just found one hundred self-sealing stem bolts inside of my child's halloween candy!
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akindplace · 3 months ago
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Bichi.mao on instagram
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lousydrawingsforgoodpeople · 3 months ago
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thepeacefulgarden · 4 months ago
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positivelypastelpink · 11 months ago
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snorlax-and-co · 3 months ago
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mailin-art · 4 months ago
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Repaint one of my one year old painting.
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wholeheartedsuggestions · 3 months ago
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with healing, it’s never been about becoming perfectly happy. perfectly anything. maybe for a while it was about being your old self again, but that wasn’t really healing. as time goes on, the reality is that it’s about learning. you become a subject of interest in your own mind and heart as you unstitch your past while moving into the future. it’s almost like sorting through your things and deciding what to take to your new apartment. though you never return to your old self, your new self knows better. happiness is fleeting while contentment is calm and steady. it’s a peace you didn’t know you were looking for nor striving to find but then here you are. what a process.
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f0mo · 5 months ago
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self care is creating a life u dont routinely have to escape from
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honeyymistt · 9 months ago
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apply for the job even if you're confident you aren't going to get it. submit that scholarship application even if you think there a hundreds of other people who are more deserving than you because you will never know what you are capable of until you try. you didn't get the job? you didn't get the scholarship? then figure out why. was it because you're unqualified or didn't have enough extra-curriculars?  if you don't get the ideal results, make the effort to figure out why and use that as guidance to achieve it next time. don't be afraid to fail - it's a clear representation of where you are and how you can improve.
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pmseymourva · 7 days ago
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Progress is the patience of starting off at something very horribly and pushing forward to get better at it.
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lousydrawingsforgoodpeople · 2 months ago
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