Yellow Sky ☀ Blue Sun

Believe it if you need it, or leave it if you dare

these are my inspirations...

23 years, USA

"You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars; you have a right to be here."

"Go placidly amid the noise and the haste,
and remember what peace there may be in silence.”

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build a house of driftwood
keep it simple
simple is good

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wishing the summer would last forever

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Pick you up, let you down
When I wanna go
To a place I can hide
You know me, I had plans
But they just disappeared
To the back of my mind

Treasure maps, fallen trees
Operator please
Call me back when it’s time
Stolen friends and disease
Operator please
Patch me back to my mind

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tahoe you’re sexy, but i’d trade a sugar pine for a sand dune any day of the week.

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“The researchers found that if any of the three extrinsic aspirations—for money, fame, or beauty—was very high for an individual relative to the three intrinsic aspirations, the individual was also more likely to display poorer mental health. For example, having an unusually strong aspiration for material success was associated with narcissism, anxiety, depression, and poorer social functioning as rated by a trained clinical psychologist…

In contrast, strong aspirations for any of the intrinsic goals—meaningful relationships, personal growth, and community contributions—were positively associated with well-being. People who strongly desired to contribute to their community, for example, had more vitality and higher self-esteem. When people organize their behavior in terms of intrinsic strivings (relative to extrinsic strivings) they seem more content—they feel better about who they are and display more evidence of psychological health.” ~Edward L. Deci from Why We Do What We Do

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