An Indiscriminate Glimpse into a Wandering Mind

“You must be willing to change. You must be willing to break the deal you made with the devils within. You must be willing to leave the past and not be tempted to rebound when times are tough. You must be willing to let go of everything and anyone that takes you back to your mistakes. You must be willing to have hope. You must be willing to have hope that you can change and that you will and that you will be better. You must believe you are worthy of change and you are worthy of improvement and you are worthy of being the best. You must be willing to set aside your negative notions about life, about hardships, about people, about things, about yourself. You must be willing to stop feeling sorry for yourself while looking at the world move around you.

Get up and make something of yourself.”
— Jack Barakat (via infinite-paradox)

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collectori:

maccomotors-triumphbonnevilleSE- MACCOMOTORS Nº3- TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE SE “DUSTY PEARL”.

collectori:

maccomotors-triumphbonnevilleSE- MACCOMOTORS Nº3- TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE SE “DUSTY PEARL”.

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coffeentrees:

Photo by @paleyphoto (Matthieu Paley). An improvised high-altitude #kitchen. #Kyrgyz caravan leaders preparing salty yak milk #tea, cooked on a dung fire. This will be their camp for the night. I am posting images from 2012 expeditions to #Afghanistan’s Pamir mountains, now focusing on food habits of this small high-altitude community. Part 6 of my @natgeo story on the Evolution of diet - how we are what we ate - coming out in September. For more, see story in Nat Geo from February 2013, http://ift.tt/10sHRJq #food #latergram #evolutionofdiet  #paleodiet @thephotosociety @natgeocreative by natgeo

coffeentrees:

Photo by @paleyphoto (Matthieu Paley). An improvised high-altitude #kitchen. #Kyrgyz caravan leaders preparing salty yak milk #tea, cooked on a dung fire. This will be their camp for the night. I am posting images from 2012 expeditions to #Afghanistan’s Pamir mountains, now focusing on food habits of this small high-altitude community. Part 6 of my @natgeo story on the Evolution of diet - how we are what we ate - coming out in September. For more, see story in Nat Geo from February 2013, http://ift.tt/10sHRJq #food #latergram #evolutionofdiet #paleodiet @thephotosociety @natgeocreative by natgeo

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sparksamericana:

Bodie Ghost Town • California

Bodie is one of the most well preserved ghost towns in the Nation. We rode our bikes around the town for over 2 hours before we had finally seen everything. There was a church with the pews and organ still in tack, saloons with pool tables and beer bottles still standing, and dust covered beds with pictures still on the walls of houses. This town was incredible. It was quite a trek to get there but well worth the dirt road travels. I’ve never seen anything more revealing of American history; we highly recommend you take a trip to this beautiful place in the middle of the California desert. 

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turtlesharkshooter:

Grass Roots 1942 Warhorse Chevy at Indian River Rumble 2 in Titusville Fl

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