META-
Jasmine. NYC. Working on my MSW. Cis. Dominican-American.


I think much of people's ruin and undoing stems from their fear of death. We are all INFINITE beings of ENERGY and LIGHT. Death is just a bridge towards eternity.
Our shared story is that we are born, we die, and then our souls and body remains, revive other forms of life, and are perpetually entangled in the miracle that is life and energy. If we accept that this transcendental, mysterious, and limitless existence is our story, instead of a linear,ego-centric narrative, we will never feel lost.
AFFIRM LIFE ALWAYS
Reblogged from susannathinks, Posted by cartoonpolitics.
Reblogged from ivegotwarinmind, Posted by ivegotwarinmind.
Reblogged from naughty-couples, Posted by first-kisss.
Reblogged from ivegotwarinmind, Posted by ivegotwarinmind.
Reblogged from ivegotwarinmind, Posted by ivegotwarinmind.
Reblogged from ivegotwarinmind, Posted by ivegotwarinmind.
Reblogged from silly-luv, Posted by silly-luv.
Reblogged from ivegotwarinmind, Posted by ivegotwarinmind. Filed under: #personal
Reblogged from ayoungwomanslight, Posted by nahrwals.
Reblogged from covenesque, Posted by zebablah.
zebablah:

so iconic
Reblogged from sexual-passion, Posted by naughty-couples.

Dissolving Our Practice

errantabbot:

When it comes to the practice of dharma, it’s important to remember that practice is ongoing and unending, the law of change and impermanence (anicca) is universally applicable- just as there is no-thing that can exist unchanged perpetually, so too is there no-one to hold it.

"When you part from your friend, you grieve not; For that which you love most in him may be clearer in his absence, as the mountain to the climber is clearer from the plain."

Khalil Gibran, The Prophet (via observando)