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Our days are happier when we give people a bit of our heart rather than a piece of our mind.

— Unknown

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refridgerator:

i only accept apologies in cash

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ejbeachy:

Fun Fact: Quiet people are aware that they are quiet. They don’t need you to point it out to them. They know. Please stop. 

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MEMEBOX: Luckybox #5!

melissarosegold:

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I heard about Memebox a long time ago but only recently did I decide to try it out! I chose the Luckybox #5 which includes 7 of the best items from Luckybox #1-#4 and 1 item from Memebox :) This was $23 + $6.99 standard shipping but because I had somehow gathered memepoints, it ended up being $20 overall :D 

Standard shipping supposedly takes round 15-25 working days but I received mine in 7 days! Open the post to see what’s in this Luckybox ^^ 

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how do people rap i cant even talk without messing it up

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From time to time, we are all unkind. At least, I know I am. In the heat of a moment, I forget that the person in front of me is wrestling with their own demons, trying to make it through the day; just trying to do their best. Sometimes I think we forget that the person we see in the mirror is trying to do their best too. And maybe if we learn to be kinder to ourselves, we’ll be kinder to others too. Maybe if we remember our own brokenness, we’ll be more aware of the brokenness of others. Maybe if we can see past those identity markers that we think say a lot about people, and remember that they say very little, if anything at all. Because in a world with so much brokenness, I can’t help but feel that if we’re not helping, we’re hurting. And we’re all already hurting enough.

— Kovie Biakolo, on brokenness. (via didyougetmytext)

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