elysian - a greek word meaning beautiful or creative; divinely inspired; peaceful and perfect. print available on etsy.

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i knew i matured when i realised every situation doesn't need a reaction. sometimes you just gotta leave people to do the lame shit they do. Moving on

And Wilder things. For the ones whose hearts are never here but floating off on summer winds. For the ones whose minds have trouble discerning between the outside world and the interior one hidden. May your hearts soar and your minds roam until the day you move on to greener pastures.

And Wilder things. For the ones whose hearts are never here but floating off on summer winds. For the ones whose minds have trouble discerning between the outside world and the interior one hidden. May your hearts soar and your minds roam.

Later it will be too late. Our life is now. — Jacques Prévert, French poet

Later it will be too late. Our life is now. — Jacques Prévert, French poet "Do what makes your heart pound"

It’s an amazing Portuguese word, etymologically from Quimbundo (Angolan dialect). A good cafuné is almost an orgasm. (via southerngirl365)

It’s an amazing Portuguese word,...

Cafuné - (Brazilian Portuguese): The act of tenderly running your fingers through someone’s hair. Pronunciation: \ka-‘fU-nA\ (ka-foo-nay)

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The origin of this word is Greek. It comes from the same Greek word morosis and it is the same in both English and Greek. Morosis in Greek means mental slowness. In English more like moron or stupid.

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Quotes About Love : QUOTATION – Image : Quotes Of the day – Description Someday, all the love you've given away, will find its way back to you, and it will finally stay. Sharing is Power – Don’t forget to share this quote !

Hoppipolla - jumping into puddles

This is a phrase—note the (phr.)—derived from Icelandic words by the band Sigur Rós.

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This has been my favorite word for like ever! And it's my favorite movie. I love serendipity. Words can't describe how much I love that word!

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