I believe that the chemistry in our brains, our sense of consciousness, was bestowed by a greater entity.
Not necessarily a god, but a source of omnipotent higher energy.

I’ve slowly stopped believing in heaven or hell. Rather, I’d like to believe the only hell we will ever see is the one we live in now.

I mean, the extent of our consciousness is immeasurable… There’s so much about ourselves and life that we do not know. Our bodies are temporary, our life spans are a mere glimpse into a reality we were given the opportunity to perceive. we were put on this earth to learn and grow and positively influence the things around us. We make mistakes, we teach ourselves, but life is all about our mentality… Our actions… What we make of it.

The world will always be around… Well maybe not, but it will for another millennia but our bodies won’t. Memories fade, accomplishments are forgotten. All that matters is how well we lived our lives, not how long we managed to live.

I believe the happier people are those who manage to let go of earthly restrictions. Those who acknowledge that our time here is simply a gift to make the most of, not a challenge to beat or study. Understanding begins with letting go of the idea that our lives are relevant to anyone but ourselves. It begins with letting go of the concept that every thing has an explanation and that everything has a foreseeable reason.

See we’re slowly turning into a generation of people who have forgotten how to live based on what’s immediately affecting us. Instead we dissect information and create structures and standards that should be followed and in that we limit the information we receive.
The thought of the unknown makes us uncomfortable when once it would make people crave to jump in and see for themselves. We have detached ourselves from reality in a sense. Everything has a chemical name everything has a logical reason behind it. Flowers aren’t just flowers, they’re roses or tulips or god knows what. Water isn’t just water it’s H2O. We advanced so far in science that it’s made is regress in terms of spirituality and livelihood.

With technology and information readily available… With society and social norms placed upon us… With expectations and demands we must fill… With a perceived sense of entitlement and a lack of curiosity… We limit ourselves.

Isn’t it curious
How a little bit of acid can change my
View on life?
Isn’t it funny how I find more solace in believing that my ego is my only true obstacle in achieving my goals rather than believing some god must’ve made things a certain way for me.
Isn’t it funny how a book or multiple books can tell you how life should be lived and how things should be, but a drug can take you somewhere beyond understanding and straight into transcendence and enlightenment.

I measure my life by my experiences and I live my life based on just that. And believe me I’ve seen some shit and I’ve learned a lot
And what I’ve taken from my trips and applied to reality have only skyrocketed me in the direction I needed to go.

Man made religion is what I’m saying
But religion does not feel, it does not see, it does not taste, it does not comprehend. Man does. Rather than blindly following another mans suggestions… Why don’t you follow the rabbit hole into yourself.
Learning to let go of all my shackles
Understanding that I am my only inhibitor
Comprehending that everything is intertwined on a much much much larger scale…
Seeing that my life is but a speck in the grand scheme of things

That’s living.

I’m ranting but there’s food for thought.

the-captains-wife:

dutchster:

worldpeaces:

can we just take a second to realize that there are 14 year olds that weren’t born in the 90’s. just fucking let that sink in.

what the fuck does he want now

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Thats it that’s the single greatest pun on tumblr

(via the-absolute-funniest-posts)

"Learning to let go should be learned before learning to get. Life should be touched, not strangled. You’ve got to relax, let it happen at times, and at others move forward with it."

Ray Bradbury (via observando)

(via mentalalchemy)

assholedisney:

today I saw a preteen girl pick up Mean Girls at Target and ask her friend what it was. She didn’t even know. She said it sounded dumb. The people are forgetting. The world is changed. I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air. Much that once was is lost, for none now live who remember it.

(via zombiesailor)