If you are an adult, becoming an adult, about to become an adult, or are worried about becoming an adult. take the time to watch this
actually, I think everyone, everywhere would benefit from this. please take the time. life is hard. SIGNAL BOOST.
This is important. Imagine if all of Tumblr can see it. I don’t want notes I want for you to each have a better day then the last. boost. watch.
Watch this. it might change your life. reblog. spread the word.
This is something I’ve been trying to implement in my daily life more often, and like he said, it can be hard, but it’s very necessary. I’ve found it makes me infinitely more happy too, and makes it easier to talk to people and connect on deeper levels in only a few short sentences. It’s great, and benefits all parties. I’m sure it’s obvious knowledge to those older than me, but it’s good advice that I think all young adults eventually come to the conclusion to on their own.
nb. I’ve been trying to tell frustrated friends and colleagues for years that no one makes you happy, angry or sad but yourself. Your reaction to something is a choice you make (combined with various brain chemicals) that may make it difficult to deal with a given situation. Once you realize this you may find it a lot easier to deal with really stupid crap.
I also really like this trend of commencement speeches being useful and not just about centric and generic “believe in yourself” “The world is yours for the taking!”/”You too can be successful.” rehashes. Anyone else remember the “You are not special” speech that made its rounds last year? :)
grab me a twix.
Spirits of the Forest
Taylor Lockwood is a mushroom hunter and photographer who has presented his work at shows throughout the world for over twenty-five years and has archived his photographs on the site Mushroom.Pro.