Reverberation of Mind

The true mark of maturity is when somebody hurts you and you try to understand their situation instead of trying to hurt them back.

(via charisserivera)

Reblogged from charisserivera (Originally from ultrafacts)

After five weeks without any exercise or physical activity. I tried to go back to the gym and now my body is in pain. Maybe I worked out too much, mostly in chest area and arms including triceps hurts and it’s a sign that it was effective. I need to continue doing it so I could go back in shape. Perseverance is all I need.


Reblogged from strawberrytelle (Originally from renovador)

The best kind of people are the ones that come into your life, and make you see the sun where you once saw clouds. The people that believe in you so much, you start to believe in you too. The people that love you, simply for being you. The once in a lifetime kind of people.

(via charisserivera)

(Source: psych-facts)

Reblogged from charisserivera (Originally from psych-facts)

Reblogged from loveislikestartingover (Originally from sempeternal)

I think you need to fall in love with the wrong person. I think you need to fight and cry and sweat and bleed and fail. I think you need to have bad relationships and bad breakups. I think you need all of that so that when the right person and the right relationship comes along you can sigh with relief and say, “Ah yes. That is how its supposed to feel.

Excerpt from “Conversations with my Mother” (via stevenbong)

(Source: speioritur)

Reblogged from oxyjai (Originally from speioritur)

I’m having hard time taking “selfies”. It’s like having hundred shots to have that satisfying one. That’s the problem of being not good looking.


We’re not the same person we were a year ago, a month ago, or a week ago. We’re constantly changing. Experiences don’t stop. That’s life.

Unknown   (via bigideasinsmalltents)

(Source: thetruemeaningoflife)

Reblogged from jessica-harlee (Originally from thetruemeaningoflife)

Reblogged from ohzelleee

The years between eighteen and twenty-eight are the hardest, psychologically. It’s then you realize this is make or break, you no longer have the excuse of youth, and it is time to become an adult – but you are not ready.

Helen Mirren (via mystiquel)

(Source: omybestbeloved)

Reblogged from the-secret-side-of-m (Originally from omybestbeloved)