I’m part Spanish but I’m like 35% Castilian, 15% Catalan, 15% Galician and 5% Basque. The other 30% are Middle eastern and other stuffs :-|
LOL, honestly I’m part Spanish (Castilian, Catalan and Galician) though…

I’m part Spanish but I’m like 35% Castilian, 15% Catalan, 15% Galician and 5% Basque. The other 30% are Middle eastern and other stuffs :-|

LOL, honestly I’m part Spanish (Castilian, Catalan and Galician) though…

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I wonder how would a glass half-filled with water act in a vacuum such as in space…

I wonder how would a glass half-filled with water act in a vacuum such as in space…

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You know, some people don’t even get to experience some of the things you have experienced - not even once… 

You know, some people don’t even get to experience some of the things you have experienced - not even once… 

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"It is not easy to find happiness in ourselves, and it is not possible to find it elsewhere."
- Agnes Repplier (via jhbrd)
"Time is not the great teacher. Experience is. A man may live a whole life, but if he never leaves his home to experience that life, he dies knowing nothing. A mere child who has suffered and lived can be the wiser of the two."
- Lynsay Sands (via liberatingreality)
qarcon:

Someone wrote a little story on the wall in the college toilets
"There once was an old man who took long walks on the beach every morning. One day he saw a young man dancing in the distance. As he got closer he realised he wasn’t dancing at all, but reaching down and throwing small crabs into the sea. "Young man, what are you doing?" he asked. "Throwing crabs back into the sea" he replied, "they’ll die if I don’t help them." The old man looked down at the hundreds of small crabs scattered on the beach for miles. "But there must be millions of them," the old man told him aghast. "You can’t possibly make a difference." The young man bent down, picked up another crab and threw it into the ocean. "It made a difference to that one.""

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qarcon:

Someone wrote a little story on the wall in the college toilets

"There once was an old man who took long walks on the beach every morning. One day he saw a young man dancing in the distance. As he got closer he realised he wasn’t dancing at all, but reaching down and throwing small crabs into the sea. "Young man, what are you doing?" he asked. "Throwing crabs back into the sea" he replied, "they’ll die if I don’t help them." The old man looked down at the hundreds of small crabs scattered on the beach for miles. "But there must be millions of them," the old man told him aghast. "You can’t possibly make a difference." The young man bent down, picked up another crab and threw it into the ocean. "It made a difference to that one.""

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