“Finally, here is a “guaranteed” way to lengthen your life. Childhood holidays seem to last forever, but as you grow older time seems to accelerate. “Time” is related to how much information you are taking in – information stretches time. A child’s day from 9am to 3.30pm is like a 20-hour day for an adult. Children experience many new things every day and time passes slowly, but as people get older they have fewer new experiences and time is less stretched by information. So, you can “lengthen” your life by minimising routine and making sure your life is full of new active experiences – travel to new places, take on new interests, and spend more time living in the present – see Making Time by Steve Taylor.”
— Why the return journey feels quicker – a fascinating read on our perception of the passage of time. (via explore-blog)
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8:34 am • 1 September 2012 • 950 notes
"But love it ain’t like the chemicals, babe. ‘Cause the chemicals don’t hang around."
12:31 pm • 31 August 2012
“Living a full and overflowing life does not rest in bodily health, in circumstances, nor even in seeing God’s work succeed, but in the perfect understanding of God, and in the same fellowship and oneness with Him that Jesus Himself enjoyed.”
— Oswald Chambers
11:00 am • 31 August 2012
Yeah. I haven’t really stopped listening to this song since Saturday night.
7:36 pm • 30 August 2012 • 1 note
The Fall of the Ice Palace by andrew+carissa
10:48 am • 28 August 2012 • 1 note