So you stand out there watching me, fade away I'm swimming on a lake waters running, running dry Darkness eating out this lonely little fire A field in the summer A field in the winter every thing is fading or are they just changing I have a feeling they will come for me again Watch …
There’s something deeply beautiful with those very rare times when you discovered someone you really love in spite of the knowledge they will never discover you. Photo: Hin Bong Yeung@hinbong
Life is so fleeting, there’s no time to worry about people, and don’t be sorry if possible. Own your greatness and your shortcomings. Go express yourself. Photo: Fuu J@fuuj
I keep pretending though I know I am all but real.. - This thought came out while listening to Joni Mitchell and Grace VanderWaal.
Only when you finally decide that you truly love something, that this is it; is when you move to a whole new level of quality, feel and performance.. -nersonangeloPhoto: Austin Neill@arstyy
Time spent with focus travels fast and far with little consumption, time spent with cluttered attention travels fast without attaining much distance and consumes precious resources like a wild fire..-nersonangeloPhoto:Aron Visuals@aronvisuals
Don’t look up to someone too much cause then you’d have to look back down to yourself.Photo: Rachel Pfuetzner@rachpfuetz
Art lets you give love to someone you will never know. Art lets you be loved by someone you will never know..Artist on Photo: Singer Songwriter, Grace VanderWaal
Funny how when we stop struggling the walls start collapsing..Claude Piché@peecho
When you can't think of anything to write, don't think just write.Photo: David Iskander@diskander
Learn to value and be grateful about God’s little everyday gifts, cause when they’re gone they will hurt big time..-inspired by no water in our place today.
If you truly love someone or something you don’t care about wrong moves, you just move.Photo by Danielle MacInnes on Unsplash.com
Write your worries in the sand, then watch the tides of life erase them. -inspired by a Norman Vincent Peale story
While style is mostly momentary, Quality is timeless.