I will always remember when I first learned how to count. I was probably 3 or 4 years old, and was walking through the deli aisle at a Soriana (mexican grocery store) with my mom. I was reciting the numbers 1 through 10, as they had been taught to me. 

Then I started thinking about what would happen when you did 10 more on top of that, and how the 1 that makes the first digit in the number 10 could just change into a 2. At that instant, four year old Luis suddenly realized that he could count to any number. There was no limit!! My mind was blown!

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hey i’m back on this thing again. what’s new? are VHS screen caps still a thing?

I’ve been doing fantastic btw. everything in my life is a constant change. i feel love all around coz there’s galaxies growing inside me. 

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Samantha French

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Samantha French

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Staying positive requires you to focus on the good things, sometimes to the exclusion of the bad. Seems a bit crazy since it’s just a little voice inside your head telling you that everything will be okay.

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One of the reasons I don’t believe in Karma is because Karma never got back at me.

I think those who crave the negative will get it and those who live positively attract good energy.

This is only based on how I’ve viewed people, but I feel there is a reason that depressing people say “bad stuff always happens to me” because I’ve had bad shit happen, but kept a positive attitude and so far life has been really awesome.

Seems to me like Karma basically means predictable consequences for actions and tbh nobody is keeping score and doling out good & bad fortune.

I try to add as much positivity to the universe as I can. I don’t think Ive reaped any benefits from doing so except being a happier person

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This is kind of fucked, but often when I’m in public I’ll fantasize about suicide. I think about how I’d do it at that moment and what would happen directly afterwards. 

It’s not anything I’ve seriously considered, it’s just kind of interesting to play out the scene in my head

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an advice by 20-year-old Hunter S. Thompson

http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2013/11/04/hunter-s-thomspon-letters-of-note-advice/

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