On my recent holiday to Mauritius, being a city boy and all I was struck by how many coconut, papaya, mango and lychee trees and their fruits I saw growing around the island. We need to do the same here with our native fruits. Can you imagine apple trees growing uninhibited on London’s streets. Would certainly help tackle our ‘obesity crisis’.
Credits: Website Dinas Perkebunan Provinsi Kalimantan Timur via GifCities and Internet Archive
“Waterfalls are exciting because they have power, they have rainbows, they have songs, and they have boldness and craziness!” – Mehmet Murat Ildan
Credits: BLOG OF WASIF(IO) and Tumblr via HuffPost, Marlene Yardley, Waterfalls and Pinterest
“A quietude do silêncio se desfaz na respiração mais profunda do ser”
“The stillness of silence melts into the deeper breath of being“
Credits: Lida Girna via Rosa Monteiro, natacha Kramer maia, GIFT e VÍDEOS and Google+
Don’t listen to trap, they listen to chirp.
Credits: ArryTheThird and Desktop Nexus via Ana Sempre, LOVELY GIFS✿*ڰۣ*, Google+ and GMail
No word from Grumpy Cat….
Credits: moldybiskit and Photobucket via Fatma Özsezer, GIFS to share. GIFS à partager. and Facebook
Let the tranquillity fill your mind.
#fish #gif #animation #prosperity
Credits: Via Adriana Sanchez, Gifs and Animations and Google+
A tree is known by its fruit; a man by his deeds. A good deed is never lost; he who sows courtesy reaps friendship, and he who plants kindness gathers love.
– Saint Basil
Credits: Via Tumblr, Al Heden Chrism, Awesome GIF’s and Facebook, BrainyQuotes
As autumn makes its presence felt, this GIF resonated with me a lot. Hundreds of golden-light maple leaves cascade from a dark sky in a captivating shower, like little specks of gold leaf.
This GIF was featured on the post “Whatever comes from you is pleasing to me, Whether you make me cry or laugh, Whether you make me live or die…/…Hoştur bana senden gelen. İster ağlat, ister güldür, İster yaşat, ister öldür…“. The post was written by a blogging friend, Semra Polat, who is behind the multilingual spiritual blog “YA BAKİ ENTEL BAKİ”
Credits: Semra Polat and YA BAKİ ENTEL BAKİ