How many have you loved before me?

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This is a story about four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody.

There was an important job to be done, and Everybody was sure Somebody would do it.

Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it.

Somebody got angry about that because it was Everybody’s job.

Everybody thought Anybody could do it, but Nobody realized that Everybody wouldn’t do it.

It ended up that Everybody blamed Somebody when Nobody did what Anybody could have done.

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Denis Waitley (via larmoyante)

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justme-emarie:

Well if that ain’t the truth. You say that shit Ms. Monroe!!

justme-emarie:

Well if that ain’t the truth. You say that shit Ms. Monroe!!

whatthehecksies:

Ever meet someone and realize how overwhelmingly calm you become just by their mere presence?

It’s ridiculous, but so ridiculously wonderful. 

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"And among His signs is this: that He created mates for you from yourselves that you may find rest and peace of mind in them, and He ordained between you love and mercy. Certainly, herein indeed are signs for people who reflect."

[Noble Quran 30:21] (via mendmyheart)

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Letting go of the past.

rumiandshit:

Two monks were on a pilgrimage. One day, they came to a deep river. At the edge of the river, a young woman sat weeping because she was afraid to cross the river without help. She begged the two monks to help her. The younger monk turned his back. The members of their order were forbidden to touch a woman.
But the older monk picked up the woman without a word and carried her across the river. He put her down on the far side and continued his journey. The younger monk came after him, scolding him and berating him for breaking his vows. He went on this way for a long time.
Finally, at the end of the day the older monk turned to the younger one. “I only carried her across the river. You have been carrying her all day.”

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