“One of the hardest decisions you’ll ever face in life is choosing whether to walk away or try harder.”

- (via fivefoottwoandbulletproof)

(Source: ohlovequotes, via treesarethebeesknees)

wood-is-good:

Love this!  Let’s get a bunch of us tumblr peeps who are a bit crazy and move here!  in the mean time enjoy the pics :D  

via cjwho:  finca bellavista: a sustainable treehouse community, costa rica

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“All seats provide equal viewing of the universe.”

- Museum Guide, Hayden Planetarium (via fuckyeahyoga)

humansofnewyork:

"I’m studying music therapy. I just finished observing a music program for children with disabilities, and I’m taking notes.""So what’s something you observed?""Many of the children had some form of autism. And it seemed that playing music together gave them the satisfaction of contributing to a group and forming relationships, without the pressure of having to speak or maintain eye contact."

humansofnewyork:

"I’m studying music therapy. I just finished observing a music program for children with disabilities, and I’m taking notes."
"So what’s something you observed?"
"Many of the children had some form of autism. And it seemed that playing music together gave them the satisfaction of contributing to a group and forming relationships, without the pressure of having to speak or maintain eye contact."

bluepueblo:


Mountain Cabin, Seiser Alm, Italy
photo via zoom

bluepueblo:

Mountain Cabin, Seiser Alm, Italy

photo via zoom

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“Running is flying*”

*When you walk, one foot is always on the ground. When you run, most of the time you are actually airborne. For example: a 6-foot-tall runner with feet about 1 foot long was found to take 1,250 steps while running 8-minute miles. Thus, while covering 1 mile—5,280 feet—he was in touch with the ground for 1,250 feet and airborne for 4,030 feet.

Put another way, he was in the air for 76% of the time. So don’t think of it as a 10-mile run. Think of it as 7 miles of flying.

“Running is Flying”

By: Paul E. Richardson

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This is so cool!

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(via climbingovermountains)

run-nyc-262:

“The human body has limitations; the human spirit is boundless.” 
- Dean Karnazes

run-nyc-262:

“The human body has limitations; the human spirit is boundless.” 

- Dean Karnazes

(via climbingovermountains)

npr:

Photos courtesy of Alejandro D’Acosta and Claudia Turrent

"The Hippest Winery In Mexico Is Made Of Recycled Boats"

Architects Alejandro D’Acosta and Claudia Turrent have carved a niche designing stunning, upscale wineries and other buildings in Baja.They specialize in finding uses for offbeat, reclaimed material. 

nprmusic:

We had so much fun taping cellist Yo-Yo Ma and friends jam in a prop warehouse that we couldn’t stop. Watch the Silk Road Project percussion section get into a deep groove inspired by a traditional rhythm from Upper Egypt. 

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