autumn killed the summer with the softest kiss. #helloautumn#herbst#autumniscoming#summerlove#lastsummerdays#sunisout#itsallaboutthedetails#thelittlethings#vintage#happy#happygirl#grateful#0711#stuttgart#vibes#keepmoving#offtonewadventures#leo#blonde#lips#summertan#wildheart#lovelife#thankful#dreamer#beliver#moonlover
Peinture intuitive.... Je vous montre quelques unes de ma créations en story aujourd’hui. J’ai des retours très positifs qui me font chaud au cœur, que ce soit de mon entourage ou de vous par messages. Voici une petite lune fleurie et argentée que ma foi j’aime beaucoup 🌕🌸 Je pense que je vais la mettre dans notre salon 😄. Belle soirée à vous 🙏🏻💖
Losing someone you love is one of the biggest tests in life. You’ll have to carry on without the one you thought you could never live without. Allow yourself time to grieve. The pain & heartache will serve as reminders. Submit to the Almighty’s Decree. He will grant you ease. (Please recite surah Fatiha once and surah ikhlas thrice for my brother Usman Shafique) #togodbetheglory
“True justice is paying only once for each mistake. True injustice is paying more than once for each mistake. How many times do we pay for one mistake? The answer is thousands of times. The human is the only animal on earth that pays one thousand times for the same mistake. The rest of the animals pay once for every mistake they make. But not us. We have a powerful memory. We make a mistake, we judge ourselves, we find ourselves guilty, and we punish ourselves. If justice exists, then that was enough; we don’t need to do it again. But every time we remember, we judge ourselves again, we are guilty again, and we punish ourselves again, and again, and again. If we have a wife or husband he or she also reminds us of the mistake, so we can judge ourselves again, punish ourselves again, and find ourselves guilty again. Is this fair? How many times do we make our spouse, our children, or our parents pay for the same mistake? Every time we remember the mistake, we blame them again andsend them all the emotional poison we feel at the injustice, and then we make them pay again for the same mistake. Is that justice? The Judge in the mind is wrong because the belief system, the Book of Law, is wrong. The whole dream is based on false law. Ninety-five percent of the beliefs we have stored in our minds are nothing but lies, and we suffer because we believe all these lies.” An excerpt from today’s reading for the Wild Moon Co. Book Club. One of the passages that had the most profound impact on my life of anything I’ve ever read. So excited to dive into this magic with my Book Club loves. 🖤👁🗝✨
:: when piecing together a curation, it’s so important to make sure everything has a purpose. when you’re experiencing #salemstyle I want it to all flow together 🖤🖤 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ when I grabbed these items off the shelf, I couldn’t help but just love the vibes! 😍 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ anyone else feeling the teal and gold lately?? 🌙✨
I love people who press their noses against the window during takeoff. This time, I watched jealously from an aisle seat and the five humans that were visible to me sitting near windows had their faces against the plexiglass like I would have if I hadn’t been in a dumb aisle seat. I’d unknowingly purchased a superdupereconomy whatever Alaska calls it, so my seat got assigned at the gate. And, I was put in the “select” seats — near the front of the cabin. It dawned on me that these window lookers paid extra for these up front window seats. And I felt glad for them for investing in things they clearly love.