KRED

Friday, June 23, 2017

On Living in a Life-Filled Setting

http://ift.tt/2swsM0U

thindifference.com
– Heidi Oran
200) && (this.width >= this.height) ? 200: true); max-height: 200px; height: expression((this.height > 200) && (this.height >= this.width) ? 200: true); border: none;’/>
One of my favorite quotes is from Henry David Thoreau: “All good things are wild and free.” You’ve probably come across it on Pinterest, a shirt, or a tattoo. It’s a popular one! Why the popularity? I think we’re all just itching to feel both of those things: wild and free. We know we take life too seriously, but we can’t help it. We don’t know HOW to feel those things, which is, I think, why we lust for travel – it allows us to have a glimpse into another version of ourselves. A version that i.  show all text
posted by friends:
 (5)
@toddbnielsen on Twitter
@toddbnielsen: On Living in a Life-Filled Setting goo.gl/pgLroa via @ThinDifference
@LetsGrowLeaders on Twitter
@LetsGrowLeaders: On Living in a Life-Filled Setting goo.gl/pgLroa via @ThinDifference
@MattMonge on Twitter
@MattMonge: On Living in a Life-Filled Setting goo.gl/pgLroa via @ThinDifference
@ThinDifference on Twitter
@ThinDifference: On Living in a Life-Filled Setting by @HeidiOran bit.ly/2txERkT http://pic.twitter.com/9gQFo1NjBz
@SusanMazza on Twitter
@SusanMazza: On Living in a Life-Filled Setting goo.gl/pgLroa via @ThinDifference
posted by followers of the list:
 (0)

Vía All News on ‘The Twitter Times: Muzaffar69/corpgov’ http://ift.tt/2sWIJy1