Earthbound

Erin. 19. Student of culture and politics.

“ As a doctor, let me tell you what self-love does:
It improves your hearing, your eyesight, lowers your blood pressure, increases pulmonary function, cardiac output, and helps wiring the musculature. So, if we had a rampant epidemic of self-love then our healthcare costs would go down dramatically. So, this isn’t just some little frou-frou new age notion, oh love yourself honey. This is hardcore science. ”

—    

Dr. Christiane Northrop

Hungry for Change

(via hmnels)

i wear this everyday. i don’t want to go to class today. not prepared for my econ quiz. on the bright side there are only two days of class left for me. but then i have to write papers and study shit. esp. econ. I hate econ more than anything i’ve ever encountered.

“ The magic begins in you. Feel your own energy, and realize similar energy exists within the Earth, stones, plants, water, wind, fire, colores, and animals. ”

—    Scott Cunningham (via dehanginggarden)

(via hmnels)

“ Very often we don’t go elsewhere because we are looking for another person. We go elsewhere because we are looking for another self. It isn’t so much that we want to leave the person we are with as we want to leave the person we have become. ”

—    Esther Perel (via gettingahealthybody)

(via hmnels)

I need to make an important anouncement. After a 4ish year long relationship with tumblr, and a countless number of themes i have finally found the perfect one. it’s true love. we will never part. 

“ A superabundant world does exist, however, in ideal resources - ideas, patterns, concepts, words, expressions, information, knowledge, etc. (in other words, products of the mind). My use of a chicken soup recipe doesn’t interfere with or exclude anyone else’s ability also use it. The same goes for the design of an internal combustion engine, the arrangement and expression of words in a novel, the colors and patterns of a painting, the notes and rhythms of a musical composition, and anything that exists beyond the constraints of physical goods. ”

—    Joseph S. Diedrich, Private Property, the Least Bad Option (via c4ss)