The world looks brighter from behind a smile



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thebluegardens:

Salvador Dali

Love!

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Curved necks,Giraffes by Giraffidae

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Curved necks,Giraffes by Giraffidae

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Leonid Afremov

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Leonid Afremov

Our Greatest Insecurities reveal our Deeper Gifts

Recently I’d read a passage titled The Benefits of Restlessness and Jagged Edges written by Kay Redfield Jamison. Having had bipolar disorder since the age of eighteen, Jamison illustrates the turmoil and painful confusion her ever-changing moods induced. She describes her longing for peace, until she concludes that the very torturous intensity which makes us feel uncomfortable and restless is also responsible for many great accomplishments in fields such as medicine, science, and the arts. Especially passionate personalities may struggle with their caprice, but to embrace it could mean to give way to all of your potential. 

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