All That Lives and the Universe Within Me.

A dental school student who's usually sleep deprived, anxious, and confused. Just a place to rant and put things I find amusing.
History. Travel. Art. Photography. Dentistry. BOOKS. Good food. Spirituality.
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mindbodyroooh:

The mind of a perfectionist is literally the most terrifying place to ever exist. Its constantly a tornado of guilt, over-analysis, criticism directed at the self,  over-achievment, there is no rest. Imagine never feeling good enough for yourself 

(via mindbodyroooh)

1342 | 8.7.2014 | 2 weeks ago


breathtakingdestinations:

Chefchaouen - Morocco (von blueSkySunHigh)

breathtakingdestinations:

Chefchaouen - Morocco (von blueSkySunHigh)

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occasional-me:

Alhambra Palace - Granada - Spain

occasional-me:

Alhambra Palace - Granada - Spain

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17001 | 1.7.2014 | 3 weeks ago


This is why it hurts the way it hurts. You have too many words in your head. There are too many ways to describe the way you feel. You will never have the luxury of a dull ache. You must suffer through the intricacy of feeling too much.
Iain S. Thomas, I Wrote This For You  (via dieworten)

(Source: sunst0ne, via messierthanmost)

7239 | 1.7.2014 | 3 weeks ago


humansofnewyork:

"My father is a surgeon in Pakistan. One day when I was in ninth grade, he picked me up from school, and told me that we needed to check on one of his patients before going home. When we got to the hospital, he asked me if I wanted to come inside. I told him I’d rather wait in the car, but he insisted. He took me up to the room of one of his patients. There was a woman lying in bed. My father had removed a tumor from her face, and then he’d restructured the bone to repair the damage. As soon as the woman saw my father, she started crying and kissing his hand. She’d already paid for the surgery. Yet she was still that grateful. She acted as if he’d given her new life. That was the day I decided I wanted to go into medicine."

Small world, indeed

humansofnewyork:

"My father is a surgeon in Pakistan. One day when I was in ninth grade, he picked me up from school, and told me that we needed to check on one of his patients before going home. When we got to the hospital, he asked me if I wanted to come inside. I told him I’d rather wait in the car, but he insisted. He took me up to the room of one of his patients. There was a woman lying in bed. My father had removed a tumor from her face, and then he’d restructured the bone to repair the damage. As soon as the woman saw my father, she started crying and kissing his hand. She’d already paid for the surgery. Yet she was still that grateful. She acted as if he’d given her new life. That was the day I decided I wanted to go into medicine."

Small world, indeed

3718 | 1.7.2014 | 3 weeks ago


travelthisworld:

A natural underwater path
Eynort, Scotland  | by Paul and Mhairi Carroll

travelthisworld:

A natural underwater path

Eynort, Scotland  | by Paul and Mhairi Carroll

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