Kindness is like snow.
It beautifies everything it covers.
“Newborn stars, hidden behind thick dust, are revealed in this image of the Christmas Tree Cluster. Infant stars appear as pink and red specks toward the center and appear to have formed in regularly spaced intervals that resemble a snowflake’s pattern.”
‘When you look up at the stars at night, I hope you recognize yourself. Not just as residual stardust but as the light, the energy & the life, in everything.’
Spotted in the window of a pet clinic in Ketchum, Idaho. ❥
Still too soon?
She is so beautiful. We are we still wounding? We know what we’re doing. We must change our collective behaviors. Now. We can do this. We don’t have much time.
‘Tune into the trees, the waters, the birds flying by … There’s so much more peace, beauty & love than what’s being broadcasted. Real life is where you are.’
[Gather Yoga, Ketchum, Idaho]
Tonight is Dia de Muertos, a time to remember & celebrate friends & family who have passed. How are you & yours celebrating Dia de Muertos?
Finding a little bit of compassion where ever we can.
Président de la République française.
For the first time, the TIME logo on the magazine’s cover has been replaced with another word: VOTE.
This election we decide if we want to keep the America we believe in and hope for, or the America we have become. Choose wisely. Be the bridge.
As of Saturday, 26,000,000 of us have voted early!
Keep going. We’re doing this.
And to the ones that dream, as foolish as they seem.
As wonderful and idealistic as our younger generation is, it does not vote in large enough numbers. If young people voted at the same rates as older people, they could transform this country.
The afternoon before 9/11.