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adamthenorman:

Soul Friend ~ Amna Chara
Anam Chara is a Gaelic word meaning soul-friend. Anam - soul, Chara- friend. The concept derives from an ancient Celtic tradition and is still a popular practice in many spiritual traditions in Ireland today. The anam chara acted as mentor, teacher, companion and spiritual guide. The emphasis was on spiritual companionship and direction as opposed to today’s romantic notion of the ‘soul-mate’. The relationship was much deeper and often lasted a lifetime. soulmateThe Celts believed the anam chara was joined in an ancient and eternal bond with his/her friend of the soul and this bond could not be broken, even if the friend moved away and there was a great physical distance between them. The Celtic understanding did not set limits of time and space on the soul nor was there any split between the sacred and the mundane. All aspects of life were manifestations of soul. soulmateMany ancient Celtic philosophies or perspectives passed into the Irish Christian Celtic tradition and in spite of many attempts in the past to ‘Romanize’ Irish Christianity, these remnants remain. There has been a surge in interest and an urge to reclaim the wisdom of our Celtic spirituality. soulmateHowever, the danger lies in approaching the tradition as another fashionable and exotic spiritual programme. The anam chara reminds us that spirituality or soul work demands commitment and the willingness to embrace the light and the darkness of our life’s journey and allow it to be. soulmate
“In everyone’s life there is great need for an anam chara, a soul friend. In this love you are understood as you are without mask or pretension. The superficial and functional lies and half-truths of acquaintance fall away. You can be as you truly are …. The anam chara is God’s gift…” - John O’ DonohueMy personal thanks to rudysnotes, who I borrowed this excerpt from.  Visit his wonderful page here: http://rudysnotes.tumblr.com/

adamthenorman:

Soul Friend ~ Amna Chara

Anam Chara is a Gaelic word meaning soul-friend. Anam - soul, Chara- friend. The concept derives from an ancient Celtic tradition and is still a popular practice in many spiritual traditions in Ireland today. The anam chara acted as mentor, teacher, companion and spiritual guide. The emphasis was on spiritual companionship and direction as opposed to today’s romantic notion of the ‘soul-mate’. The relationship was much deeper and often lasted a lifetime. soulmate

The Celts believed the anam chara was joined in an ancient and eternal bond with his/her friend of the soul and this bond could not be broken, even if the friend moved away and there was a great physical distance between them. The Celtic understanding did not set limits of time and space on the soul nor was there any split between the sacred and the mundane. All aspects of life were manifestations of soul. soulmate

Many ancient Celtic philosophies or perspectives passed into the Irish Christian Celtic tradition and in spite of many attempts in the past to ‘Romanize’ Irish Christianity, these remnants remain. There has been a surge in interest and an urge to reclaim the wisdom of our Celtic spirituality. soulmate

However, the danger lies in approaching the tradition as another fashionable and exotic spiritual programme. The anam chara reminds us that spirituality or soul work demands commitment and the willingness to embrace the light and the darkness of our life’s journey and allow it to be. soulmate

In everyone’s life there is great need for an anam chara, a soul friend. In this love you are understood as you are without mask or pretension. The superficial and functional lies and half-truths of acquaintance fall away. You can be as you truly are …. The anam chara is God’s gift…”
- John O’ Donohue

My personal thanks to rudysnotes, who I borrowed this excerpt fromVisit his wonderful page here: http://rudysnotes.tumblr.com/

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xombiedirge:

Rocket Raccoon & Groot by Maria Suarez Inclan / Tumblr

xombiedirge:

Rocket Raccoon & Groot by Maria Suarez Inclan / Tumblr

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Trees that will crush you if you are on their bad side (◡‿◡✿)

+ bonus

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svunerd93:

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svunerd93:

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nimafr:

Mondo poster will be mine.

nimafr:

Mondo poster will be mine.

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sketchylefty:

I am Rocket- GeoCon design Final

There it is. Settled on a simple background that worked with the characters. I like how it came out overall. Might do a few more GotG ones next.

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talesfrommatchdotcom:

This made me smile this morning. #calvinandhobbes #gotg #iamgroot #wearegroot

talesfrommatchdotcom:

This made me smile this morning. #calvinandhobbes #gotg #iamgroot #wearegroot

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bloodmemoriesit:

All over the world | Assassin’s Apprentice by Robin Hobb

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aorticinkwell:

Rocket decided to take up flower arranging for Groot’s sake~♥

Now available as prints on my Storenvy.

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lunsfuhd:

Am I the only one who liked Nebula more than Gamora?

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surgically modified and trained as a living weapon

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beautifuldreams-blog:

Baby Groot..best cute scene

[guardians of the galaxy]

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mackagascar:

“We’re just like Kevin Bacon.”

This movie is all that I wanted and more. Review coming soon. Praise be to the Marvel. Marvel for President.

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