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  • Hello everyone, this is atypical of me but this is my family and I love and support them. Below is a link to their 'Go Fund Me' page. I know money is tight for everyone, but it would mean the world if you could repost and help spread the word. Many, many thanks to you all! https://www.gofundme.com/TravisandAmber

    Hello everyone, this is atypical of me but this is my family and I love and support them. Below is a link to their 'Go Fund Me' page. I know money is tight for everyone, but it would mean the world if you could repost and help spread the word. Many, many thanks to you all! https://www.gofundme.com/TravisandAmber

  • Oh what we see when we finally stop looking.

    Oh what we see when we finally stop looking.

  • Stop living in the shallow end of life. -AJ

    Stop living in the shallow end of life. -AJ

  • Dare to live in full color. -AJ

    Dare to live in full color. -AJ

  • In the still of the morning, there enter moments of an azure hue. Quiet, dark, and still. In a moments notice, I hear you you still and my heart skips a beat.

    In the still of the morning, there enter moments of an azure hue. Quiet, dark, and still. In a moments notice, I hear you you still and my heart skips a beat.

  • Spread your wings and let the sunset dust them, there are places to see and you were born for flying. If they can fly away, so too can we. Set fire to your excuses and let the rising smoke carry you to the sky.

    Spread your wings and let the sunset dust them, there are places to see and you were born for flying. If they can fly away, so too can we. Set fire to your excuses and let the rising smoke carry you to the sky.

  • "Look up here, I'm in Heaven." -Lazarus by David Bowie R.I.P. Stardust

    "Look up here, I'm in Heaven." -Lazarus by David Bowie R.I.P. Stardust

  • What can we learn of where we’re going by studying where we’ve been? What wrongs can we right, what paths can we take, what lessons can we absorb? I am fascinated by those that came before us, the hardships they overcame, the joy they discovered despite them. When we go, will those that come later find art in what we leave behind? What will they learn from us?

    What can we learn of where we’re going by studying where we’ve been? What wrongs can we right, what paths can we take, what lessons can we absorb? I am fascinated by those that came before us, the hardships they overcame, the joy they discovered despite them. When we go, will those that come later find art in what we leave behind? What will they learn from us?

  • Vanish into the fresh air and chill of open space and splendor. There are miles and miles of forest, of mountain, of rivers and seas waiting for your footsteps to introduce themselves, for your lungs to drink their air. There is a wide world beyond the concrete, the metal, the glass; go, find it, and in the process, find yourself.

    Vanish into the fresh air and chill of open space and splendor. There are miles and miles of forest, of mountain, of rivers and seas waiting for your footsteps to introduce themselves, for your lungs to drink their air. There is a wide world beyond the concrete, the metal, the glass; go, find it, and in the process, find yourself.

  • No regret, No anticipation, Just this moment as it is.

    No regret, No anticipation, Just this moment as it is.

  • “Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, like art…It has no survival value, rather it is one of those things which give value to survival.” C. S. Lewis

    “Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, like art…It has no survival value, rather it is one of those things which give value to survival.” C. S. Lewis

  • "That’s what’s missing – the really intuitive issue of our deep sense of longing for connection, our deep sense of wanting to feel that our lives are worthwhile. Those are not measurable quantities." – James Hollis, PhD., Jungian Analyst

    "That’s what’s missing – the really intuitive issue of our deep sense of longing for connection, our deep sense of wanting to feel that our lives are worthwhile. Those are not measurable quantities." – James Hollis, PhD., Jungian Analyst

  • Worry not when you become buried in frost and fog, worry not when you are bent to your breaking point and asked to hold more weight than you were built for. Spring will find you again, your great melt is on the way.

    Worry not when you become buried in frost and fog, worry not when you are bent to your breaking point and asked to hold more weight than you were built for. Spring will find you again, your great melt is on the way.

  • You may not believe in magic But it believes in you, Know that it finds it tragic you don’t believe it too. Stop all the complaining, lift your eyes up from the ground, miracles are everywhere, waiting to be found.

    You may not believe in magic But it believes in you, Know that it finds it tragic you don’t believe it too. Stop all the complaining, lift your eyes up from the ground, miracles are everywhere, waiting to be found.

  • Sometimes, you must tear it all down, so you can build it back up again. Better, stronger, warmer and more full of life.

    Sometimes, you must tear it all down, so you can build it back up again. Better, stronger, warmer and more full of life.