"Didn’t I know that choosing my husband had to be the most selfish decision of my life? ”

 I’m enlightened once again. I’m glad I did what I needed to do. I hope this reaches out to whoever needed to read this. [It’s long!]
"Didn’t I know that choosing my husband had to be the most selfish decision of my life?
Be selfish. Seek for the best. Make yourself what you want and don’t break for someone that can’t appreciate the god given, mortal mess you are. Find a man to partner, not a boy to parent. Walk away if it gets too hard, too hurtful, too disappointing. Right now, you don’t owe anyone a damn thing. Not a week, not a month and certainly not your whole ever loving life. You don’t owe anyone anything. You only owe it to yourself to find what you want. You get to have what you want.
You are selfish in choosing a mate because once you commit yourself to a person you’ve decided to never be truly selfish again. Sure, at times you will take time for yourself and splurge and do all the fun stuff we do when we say we are being selfish. But you will never again be able to live your life with only thoughts for yourself, not really. And that is a beautiful thing. If you and your husband are living your marriage correctly you will always be thinking of, working for and loving one another. The selflessness of marriage is the kind that lifts each party up to a place they could not have reached alone. It is not a sacrifice of self. It is a clarification of self. Marriage should make you more of who you are. It should refine you. Both of you. Anything less than that isn’t worth your time.
You are being selfish for the children that will eventually come into the marriage. Is this the person that will help your sons and daughters understand their place in the world? Can you both create a sanctuary of love and learning for them? Maybe you aren’t at a place where you can see you deserve that, but surely you know your children deserve it.”

yogachz:

You can’t start the next chapter of your life if you keep re-reading the last one.
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yogachz:

You can’t start the next chapter of your life if you keep re-reading the last one.

#om #yoga #yogi #yogini #yogagirl #spreadtheyogahigh #upsidedownyogis #invertyoselfseptember #health #perspective #quotes #life #experience #areyouexperienced #inversions #headstand #forearmstand #pincha #girl #instagood #igyogis #igfitness

nivueniconnue:

Inspired by Rae. I miss you

blogilates:

I finally did it guys! I taught myself how to do a headstand! Now you can learn too. Watch my tutorial for beginners, then try it yourself! Good luck and be safe!

rob-kalmbach:

run away / from an adidas shoot I worked on

rob-kalmbach:

run away / from an adidas shoot I worked on

"I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is WHY I succeed."
Michael Jordan (via primalpalette)
"Always remember, your focus determines your reality."
George Lucas (via fuckyeahyoga)

thewanderingdreamerposts:

Shine on ✨

Shark and bones :)

ayabug:

Wear Sunscreen

Here’s what we look like under UV light

To rewatch-Invest like warren Buffet

humansofnewyork:

"When I got accepted into the Master’s program at the University of Damascus, it felt like the whole world was in my hands. For the last three weeks before the exam, I studied for 20 hours every day. My eyes got so tired and swollen that I could not see the letters anymore. So when I heard that I passed, I felt that nothing was impossible. All my friends and family were surrounding me and kissing me.""How did you celebrate?""Well, we were poor. So I bought a Pepsi to share with my friends." (Erbil, Iraq)

humansofnewyork:

"When I got accepted into the Master’s program at the University of Damascus, it felt like the whole world was in my hands. For the last three weeks before the exam, I studied for 20 hours every day. My eyes got so tired and swollen that I could not see the letters anymore. So when I heard that I passed, I felt that nothing was impossible. All my friends and family were surrounding me and kissing me."
"How did you celebrate?"
"Well, we were poor. So I bought a Pepsi to share with my friends." 
(Erbil, Iraq)