DESTINY'S LIGHT WILL GUIDE YOU

Ask me anything   Tanya Srour
Enjoy life for whatever it brings .
I've been here for 29 years,but trying to grasp every minute of it .
Teacher but a rebel, disciplined but romantic . life is offering me a lot and I will not restrain myself to a single thought or belief . my freedom(from all doctrines,all religions) comes at all prices . fell apart many times but stood up again on my feet.
life=emotions+stages=cope with it !
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    funnywildlife:

Thysania agrippina is a large moth in the Noctuidae family. It has numerous common names, including White Witch, Birdwing Moth, Ghost Moth, Great Grey Witch, and Great Owlet Moth. It has a wingspan of up to 12 inches (31 cm), making it the Lepidopteran with the biggest wingspan. (The Atlas moth, however, has a greater wing area.) The species occurs in Mexico, Central and South America, but it appears as a stray as far north as Texas.This species is considered endangered in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, where it reaches the southern limit of its distribution.

    funnywildlife:

    Thysania agrippina is a large moth in the Noctuidae family. It has numerous common names, including White Witch, Birdwing Moth, Ghost Moth, Great Grey Witch, and Great Owlet Moth. It has a wingspan of up to 12 inches (31 cm), making it the Lepidopteran with the biggest wingspan. (The Atlas moth, however, has a greater wing area.) The species occurs in Mexico, Central and South America, but it appears as a stray as far north as Texas.

    This species is considered endangered in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, where it reaches the southern limit of its distribution.

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    apoetreflects:

“A writer out of loneliness is trying to communicate like a distant star sending signals.  He isn’t telling, or teaching, or ordering.  Rather, he seeks to establish a relationship with meaning, of feeling, of observing.  We are lonesome animals.  We spend all our lives trying to be less lonesome.  And one of our ancient methods is to tell a story, begging the listener to say, and to feel, ‘Yes, that’s the way it is, or at least that’s the way I feel it. You’re not as alone as you thought.’ To finish is sadness to a writer, a little death. He puts the last word down and it is done. But it isn’t really done. The story goes on and leaves the writer behind, for no story is ever done.” 
—John Steinbeck

    apoetreflects:

    “A writer out of loneliness is trying to communicate like a distant star sending signals.  He isn’t telling, or teaching, or ordering.  Rather, he seeks to establish a relationship with meaning, of feeling, of observing.  We are lonesome animals.  We spend all our lives trying to be less lonesome.  And one of our ancient methods is to tell a story, begging the listener to say, and to feel, ‘Yes, that’s the way it is, or at least that’s the way I feel it. You’re not as alone as you thought.’ To finish is sadness to a writer, a little death. He puts the last word down and it is done. But it isn’t really done. The story goes on and leaves the writer behind, for no story is ever done.” 

    —John Steinbeck

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    "We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are."
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