Synchronicity
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i am magic
you are magic
it is all magic
give your heart to love
and you will know magic
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“Attention pays attention to a lot of things, but when attention pays attention to attention, then there is a stillness, and that stillness introduces you to your Self.”

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Music is the one thing that has always made me feel the most alive.

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The very least you can do in your life is figure out what you hope for. And the most you can do is live inside that hope. Not admire it from a distance but live right in it, under its roof.
Barbara Kingsolver (via misswallflower)
artemis-gg:

this is a Lilac flower syrup that I recently made.  I first placed the individual lilac flowers in the jar, and then covered them with equal amounts of raw honey and brandy.  I would have preferred to do mostly or only honey, but I didn’t have enough, so I added the brandy.  this will be ready to try in a few weeks.
besides smelling heavenly, Lilac flowers are both edible and medicinal.
Lilac is said to* reduce fevers, prevent malaria, expel intestinal worms, treat kidney diseases, is a tonic, and an antiperiodic (helps prevent recurring symptoms of diseases). 
*I say “is said to”, for I have never worked with Lilac as medicine, and am just discovering her medicinal qualities.

artemis-gg:

this is a Lilac flower syrup that I recently made.  I first placed the individual lilac flowers in the jar, and then covered them with equal amounts of raw honey and brandy.  I would have preferred to do mostly or only honey, but I didn’t have enough, so I added the brandy.  this will be ready to try in a few weeks.

besides smelling heavenly, Lilac flowers are both edible and medicinal.

Lilac is said to* reduce fevers, prevent malaria, expel intestinal worms, treat kidney diseases, is a tonic, and an antiperiodic (helps prevent recurring symptoms of diseases). 

*I say “is said to”, for I have never worked with Lilac as medicine, and am just discovering her medicinal qualities.

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