1. 1901 - Birdy

    (Source: meerasplaylist)

     
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  3. The art of summer

    The art of not knowing;
    The art of unknowing;
    The art of caring less;
    The art of being at peace with the now;
    The art of “Let it be”;
    The art of waiting;
    The art of doing;
    The art of patience;
    The art of meditation;
    The art of acceptance;
    The art of not clinging to sadness;
    The art of not taking other’s BS;
    The art of being hopeful;
    The art of being faithful;
    The art of saying no when you really mean no;
    The art of not talking BS about other people;
    The art of sun-kissed skin;
    The art of eating less;
    The art of going to the gym;
    The art of garage sale;
    The art of saving moolah;
    The art of not being defeated by mosquitoes;
    The art of listening to music without singing along;
    The art of reading & writing, reading & writing, reading & writing;
    The art of not missing out in family;
    The art of playing-with-nephew-more;
    The art of watching Adventure Time and Spongebob Squarepants with the nephew more;
    The art of growing up but not apart with friends;
    The art of helping best friends with their rèsumes;
    The art of polishing my own rèsume;
    The art of avoiding mediocrity;
    The art of weighing the wants and needs — the you can-do-without and the important;
    The art of sleeping at night (not before sunrise);
    The art of loving myself before anyone and anything else;
    The art of always being thankful and blessed;
    The art of living the life and living the dream.

     
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  5. Gravity - John Mayer

    (Source: daniahazell)

     
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  7. It’s Kind of a Funny Story, 2010

     

  8. Should, shouldn’t, should

    It should be easy
    But it’s not.
    I should not be hurting
    But I am.
    I should be letting go
    But I’m not.

     
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  10. JT, PLEASE!

    (Source: kingtimberlake, via kingtimberlake)

     
  11. Sometimes we mistake our fears as the fine line between the visible and invisible when in reality there’s a way through it.

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