Am I a professor? A philologist? A philosopher? Who cares? It’s the courage to be myself that is the important thing.
 Irvin D. Yalom, from When Nietzsche Wept (via violentwavesofemotion)
Everyone you meet is your mirror. That pain and suffering, conformity, depression, that inability to accept themselves or be alone that you see in someone else is a direct reflection of your self. The same thing goes for when you are undeniably attracted to another person’s beauty, their loving-nature, sense of adventure, their strength or their conviction. If something stands out to you, negatively or positively, pay attention because the Universe, and more specifically, the law of attraction, is trying to illuminate the areas where one needs to direct more attention to within their self.
All one needs is more love, understanding and peace internally as well as externally.

dee-lirium (via dee-lirium)