Pressed In A Book

“Look after your body. You were given this shell to look after. Eat healthily, go on long walks, speak to nature and smile. Do not waste your only opportunity to live life to the fullest by hating yourself.”

—   Anonymous (via enchanted—garden)

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Turtles. 💕

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Turtles. 💕

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Ignoring our bodies and ‘judging only by what’s on the inside’ is not the answer. This seems to be along the same line of thinking as that brilliant school of thought called ‘humanism’: ‘We are all just people, so let’s ignore trivialities such as race, class, gender, sexual preference, body type and so on.’ Bullshit! The more we ignore these aspects of ourselves, the more shameful they become and the more we are expected to be what is generally implied when these qualifiers are not given— white, straight, thin, rich, male…

Where’s the revolution? My body is a fucking beautiful, and every time I look in the mirror and acknowledge that, I am contributing to the revolution.

—   Naomi Lamm, “It’s a Big Fat Revolution” (via fullbodiedlovin)

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