Know that nothing ever will be what you expected
And it’s better than okay
You’ll feel it heavy in your veins
And you’ll want to scream into the night
You’re going to hate the uncertainty, but you’ll love it
You’ll learn to get high off change
And one day you’ll find yourself getting off the train two stops too late
And laughing into the wind
You’ll fall in love with the way the sun kisses the horizon in the evening
And no one will understand why you cry when the afternoon light touches the grass,
But you’ll love them anyway
There will come a time when you’ll meet a boy who feels like winter spices that you want to mix into your tea
Your world will change again so remember how you love it
You’re going to be tired but don’t you stop, don’t you dare slow down
You are the sun and we don’t have much time.

But if I could tell you anything now, it would be this:
if your body is a map, there are places inside it you have never seen.

There’s an ocean of strength hiding somewhere inside your ribcage waiting to be discovered and named as the next great world wonder.

No Shame in Being Sad - Meggie Royer (via vanitywillkillusall)

Mit Senoj - Iris

Bats illuminated by lightning

Saltstraumen - Nordland - Norway | by Thomas Kleine.

take me here

Little Devil (by Alejandro Arteaga)

Dance until your bones clatter. What a prize
you are. What a lucky sack of stars.

Gabrielle Calvocoressi, “At Last the New Arriving” (via princessmeanypants)

Salvador Dali, Summer.

The one thing that you have that nobody else has is you. Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. So write and draw and build and play and dance and live as only you can.

Neil Gaiman (via cosmiclovetsunami)
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