Emerson's Path

I believe life is a game and we've all gotta play it. You have a say in what happens through your thoughts and actions, but the universe has some plans for you too. Listen to your soul, not your ego. Be grateful, patient, compassionate, sweet, and show everyone love. Thank the sun, the moon, the earth and all life on it, and everything else you take for granted everyday. Killing the earth is killing you because you're a part of it. Just love. Just be. Be you. Be real. Be aware. Be mindful. Be here now because now is the only time that exists. Explore. Travel. Create. Go.

Have faith in the light of the universe and you will truly blossom

Have faith in the light of the universe and you will truly blossom

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Spirit animal

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hippiedreamin:

If people were meant to be nude, they would have been born this way. -Oscar Wilde

hippiedreamin:

If people were meant to be nude, they would have been born this way.
-Oscar Wilde

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scienceyoucanlove:

Star Birth Drama Captured by Giant Radio Telescope (Photos)

A huge radio telescope in Chile has captured dazzling new views of a baby star lighting up an interstellar cloud with jets of gas streaking through deep space at record-breaking speeds. The ALMA radio telescope, a joint project between North America, Europe and Asia, recorded the star birth images. They show the nascent star about 1,400 light-years from Earth unleashing material at nearly 84,477 mph (144,000 km/h), which then crashes into surrounding gas, causing it to glow.

The glowing object spawned by the newborn star is what scientists call a Herbig-Haro object. European Southern Observatory officials used the new views to create a video tour of new star birth images. [See ALMA’s photos of the baby star and Herbig-Haro object]

These new, detailed images showed that the material is streaking out of the star at about 40 kilometers per second (nearly 25 miles per second), which is about four times faster than any previous observation of carbon monoxide jets, scientists said. The discovery may help researchers understand the complex processes stars undergo during their birth.

The sun is a star, so if we want to understand how our solar system was created, we need to understand how stars are formed,” Héctor Arce, the lead author of the study appearing in the Astrophysical Journal on Aug. 20, said in a statement.

The new image of Herbig-Haro 46/47 (HH 46/47) produced by the ALMA telescope, its name is short for Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array, reveals two jets of material streaming away from the newborn star, one of which was never detected before.

One jet appears on the left side of the photo in pink and purple streaming partially toward Earth, while the orange and green jet on the right-hand-side show a jet pointed away from Earth.

"This system is similar to most isolated low mass stars during their formation and birth," Diego Mardones, a co-author of the study detailing the stellar findings said in a statement. "But it is also unusual because the outflow impacts the cloud directly on one side of the young star and escapes out of the cloud on the other. This makes it an excellent system for studying the impact of the stellar winds on the parent cloud from which the young star is formed."

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Oh Paul. How I adore you.

Oh Paul. How I adore you.

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The Traveling Psychonaut: A little bit about me and where I've been

thetravelingpsychonaut:

Hello tumblr world,
My name is Emmy. I was born in California and raised in Maine. I go to school in Nashville, but my travels are worldwide. I’ve been to nearly every state in the U.S. (I haven’t been to Alaska or Hawaii…but that’s for next summer) and have also spent a few weeks in Vietnam. I…

wild-nirvana:

ॐ My Spiritual World☽
obscuredhippie:

vegan-hippie:

best-of-funny:

incubic:

acadenza:

mrscalypsojackson:

imperfectwriting:

wanderlusity:

tigerrcat:

tai-kwon-joe:

Sometimes, the adolescent elephant will throw itself upon the ground as a sign of extreme emotional distress, commonly known as a “tantrum.”

i am an adolescent elephant

same

If you do not need an emo teenaged elephant on your blog, you are running the wrong type of blog.

the mom is like “Christopher, please, christopher the neighbors are staring, il buy you the ps3 just, chris, FOR CHRISTS SAKE CHRIS GET UP”

one with the teenaged elephant i feel u lil guy




this is actually the relationship between me and my mom

obscuredhippie:

vegan-hippie:

best-of-funny:

incubic:

acadenza:

mrscalypsojackson:

imperfectwriting:

wanderlusity:

tigerrcat:

tai-kwon-joe:

Sometimes, the adolescent elephant will throw itself upon the ground as a sign of extreme emotional distress, commonly known as a “tantrum.”

i am an adolescent elephant

same

If you do not need an emo teenaged elephant on your blog, you are running the wrong type of blog.

the mom is like “Christopher, please, christopher the neighbors are staring, il buy you the ps3 just, chris, FOR CHRISTS SAKE CHRIS GET UP”

one with the teenaged elephant
i feel u lil guy

this is actually the relationship between me and my mom

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obscuredhippie:

weird-thinking:

indigopyrithea:
This Tibetan monk was sitting in a park and was moved to bless the deer that gathered ‘round him. Someone snapped a picture, and when they looked at it, a rainbow had appeared… never underestimate the magic and power of gratitude.

Love this

obscuredhippie:

weird-thinking:

indigopyrithea:

This Tibetan monk was sitting in a park and was moved to bless the deer that gathered ‘round him. Someone snapped a picture, and when they looked at it, a rainbow had appeared… never underestimate the magic and power of gratitude.

Love this

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“Go into the arts. I’m not kidding. The arts are not a way to make a living. They are a very human way of making life more bearable. Practicing an art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow, for heaven’s sake. Sing in the shower. Dance to the radio. Tell stories. Write a poem to a friend, even a lousy poem. Do it as well as you possibly can. You will get an an enormous reward. You will have created something.”

—   Kurt Vonnegut, A Man Without a Country (via arpeggia)

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