1. It’s So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday by Jason Mraz. Don’t mean to be a mellow-dramatic girl, the song just reminds me that some people may share same life stories. And it’s toughen me because in the end, we’re not alone. It’ll be either last or not at all.

    It’s So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday by Jason Mraz. Don’t mean to be a mellow-dramatic girl, the song just reminds me that some people may share same life stories. And it’s toughen me because in the end, we’re not alone. It’ll be either last or not at all.

  2. natgeofound:

Welts, scars of beauty, pattern the entire back of a Nuba woman in Sudan, 1966.Photograph by Horst Luz, National Geographic Creative

    natgeofound:

    Welts, scars of beauty, pattern the entire back of a Nuba woman in Sudan, 1966.Photograph by Horst Luz, National Geographic Creative

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  3. womensweardaily:

Vivienne Westwood Red Label RTW Fall 2014
Photo by Giovanni Giannoni
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  4. womensweardaily:

Elie Saab Couture Spring 2014
Photo by Giovanni Giannoni

    womensweardaily:

    Elie Saab Couture Spring 2014

    Photo by Giovanni Giannoni

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  6. I used to celebrate my happiest day in a year with family and friends. Now that I’ve got one additional guy who magnifies the feast in the last 2 years, I think “thank God” is not good enough. If this last, I’d be happy. But if it’s not, then let it be one of sweet memories of birthday I will ever have in my life.

  7. womensweardaily:

Antonio Marras RTW Fall 2014
Photo by Davide Maestri
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  8. To be honest, you’re the only one i’ve ever spent this much time and effort on.
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  9. sniffing:

    iOS 7 more like iOS 7% of my battery left.

    HAHAHA LOL SO TRUUUEEE

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  12. People, stories, internet; they’ve told me that we, human, live each other and we do have the half of our life. It supposed to be called the soul mate. Your one and only. Your half of the world and your air to breath. The one that sleeps next to you from the beginning to the end of the world. Until death separates you. Until both of you come back to God.

    Here’s a guide (I think) to make up your future (or current) that-soul-mate relationship with the one you’ve found I copied from http://familyshare.com/4-ways-to-build-up-your-spouse. Enjoy!

    1. Freedom

    In the article, 4 reasons to never say no to your spouse, we learn that refusing or denying a request from your spouse can be hurtful. No matter what your culture, religion or background, we all long for the freedom to make our own decisions. One way to build up your spouse is to give them that freedom. When your spouse shares his or her desires, listen and do your best not to set up roadblocks. Each of us is unique; we all have different likes and desires. Having the freedom to experience life is vital for personal growth. Give your spouse the freedom to explore his interests.

    2. Forgiveness

    Do not let yesterday’s mistakes put a damper on today’s opportunities. Whatever the challenges that happened yesterday, leave them there. Whatever mistakes you or your spouse made, forget about them and move forward with the new day. To continually bring up mistakes or failures from the past is like opening up a healed wound. We must learn from our mistakes and push ahead.

    3. Encouragement

    The best way to destroy your partner is through unkind words, criticism and doubting her abilities. Encourage your spouse to accomplish her goals. As you offer support to your companion, she will be more willing to open up and share those deeper and more significant desires of the heart. Never tell your partner, “You can’t…you’re not capable…you don’t know how…” The truth is, your spouse is fully capable to learn and accomplish anything. Do not let your doubts and fears limit your spouse.

    4. Love

    Love is a passionate feeling; a fire of affection for someone. When you love your spouse, you want them to be happy. You want to sacrifice for them, and you want to serve them. True love will make it easy for you to put the needs of your spouse above your own. It is this powerful feeling that can, and should, exist in your marriage. When this love exists in your home, there will be no stopping the personal, spiritual and emotional growth that will flourish in your family. Love your spouse and help build her up, not destroy her.

    As your spouse expresses a desire to succeed, listen. As he shares his goals, encourage him. As she shares her fears, reassure her. When your spouse fails, extend your love. When your spouse succeeds, offer praise and admiration. Life is too short to waste even a moment. Never discourage your companion with your own doubts and fears. Believe in your spouse by giving her freedom, forgiveness, encouragement and love.

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  14. Every woman deserves a man who loves and respects her, and every man deserves a woman who appreciates his efforts.
    Anonymous (via dokterfina)
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  15. islamic-quotes:

How to become a Strong Muslim

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    How to become a Strong Muslim

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