at work selfie

at work selfie

sun and southern sky.

sun and southern sky.

ofmyreverberations:

I think I’m officially done with this blog. 

I started it almost two years ago at a really low point in my life. And it’s been really wonderful. But I’m moving on from that part of my life now. It’s time for a small change. 

Message me if you want my new url. I’ll still be checking this blog on my phone. 

You are all wonderful and inspirational people. 

I think I’m officially done with this blog. 

I started it almost two years ago at a really low point in my life. And it’s been really wonderful. But I’m moving on from that part of my life now. It’s time for a small change. 

Message me if you want my new url. I’ll still be checking this blog on my phone. 

You are all wonderful and inspirational people. 

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"Scientists do not trust what is intuitively obvious, because intuitively obvious gets you nowhere. That the Earth is flat was once obvious. I mean, really obvious; obvious! Go out in a flat field and take a look: Is it round or flat? Don’t listen to me; go prove it to yourself That heavier bodies fall faster than light ones was once obvious. That blood‐sucking leeches cure disease was once obvious. That some people are naturally and by divine right slaves was once obvious. That the Earth is at the center of the universe was once obvious. You’re skeptical? Go out, take a look: Stars rise in the east, set in the west; here we are, stationary (do you feel the Earth whirling?); we see them going around us. We are at the center; they go around us.

The truth may be puzzling. It may take some work to grapple with. It may be counterintuitive. It may contradict deeply held prejudices. It may not be consonant with what we desperately want to be true. But our preferences do not determine what’s true. We have a method, and that method helps us to reach not absolute truth, only asymptotic approaches to the truth ‐‐ never there, just closer and closer, always finding vast new oceans of undiscovered possibilities."

Carl Sagan, Wonder and Skepticism 

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the beauty of nature: a rainbow of blooming flowers (timelapse)

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"That’s why it’s love—it’s unconditional. Whether you commit a mistake or a hundred, I would still love you. They say the most romantic kind of love is the unfinished kind. The kind that will forever burn and mark your soul."

Pamela Ann, Chasing Imperfection (via aestheticintrovert)

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I started a new personal blog for my writing.

Message me if you want the link. :)

"I learned long ago that home is a word that applies to people, not places."

Amy Martin, Shades of Earth, by Beth Revis (via awweb)

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