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“The moon looks upon many night flowers; the night flowers see but one moon.”
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Some people say that wolves, or even wolfdogs, have no place in a civilized society. After many years of reflection on this claim, I have come to the conclusion that is true. But it’s not true for the reasons those people think.
(Not because they are too dangerous or savage; neither because they necessarily belong to the wild)
The real reason is that [...] civilization, I think, is only possible for deeply unpleasant animals. It is only an ape that can be truly civilized.
What they (wolves) cannot do is lie. And that’s why they have no place in a civilized society. A wolf cannot lie; neither can a dog. That’s why we think we are better then them.
🔎🕷Time to come clean. So yeah, it’s Earth Day. I think every day is a good one to be a steward for our environment, though. While I did end up appreciating Mother Nature and hiking and exploring around today as you can see, I decided this morning that it’s time I start trying harder to take better care of myself. My life via Instagram probably looks some type of way, but it’s far from perfect on the other side of the screen. For many years, I’ve struggled with mental health issues. I’m a textbook example of bottling everything up inside. I’ve scared myself more times than I’d like to admit. I’ve been in places darker than Denali in the winter—dark. I’m an eminently private person and this is one of the aspects of my life I’ve kept to myself, mostly so I wouldn’t be viewed as, “crazy.” However, I’m very introspective and self-aware and know that I’m not. “An abnormal reaction to an abnormal situation is normal” (Viktor Frankl). I’m now seeing a mental health professional, learning more about myself, and am hopeful for personal growth. I’m difficultly choosing to be more transparent now to offer help—my inbox is always open—to anyone else struggling and to contribute to and continue this much needed conversation. I understand anxiety; rumination/overthinking; depression; lack of interest in literally everything, even including eating; lack of appetite and weight loss; feeling numb, empty, or hopeless; suicidal thoughts; etc. With the billions of people in the world, you aren’t alone in your situation even though it may seem like it. If you aren’t struggling, someone you know is, regardless if they give you an, “ok,” facade. Reach out often, express your care, even if it goes without saying. Words and conversation help. Taking the first step may be the hardest, but it’s worth it. There are a lot of resources out there if you’re not ready to visit a professional, including the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
Take care of yourselves
In the grand scheme of things, Earth is just a mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam; a pale blue dot in a vast universe. Yet it has been a home to every human being who ever was, every mother and father, hopeful child, inventor and explorer, every hero and coward and saint and sinner in the history of our species-- we all lived there. Our planet has taken such good care of us, being the only stage in our vast cosmic arena to hold life (so far). So maybe we should show a little care too, and work to preserve and cherish our pale blue dot; the only home we've ever known. Happy #EarthDay 🌎