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Good night😉🌸
Plumeria stunner 👌 gentle and sweet fragrance. Five teardrops in pastel colors, re-creation of the nature. I love it! 😍 #gift #livealoha #jewelry #nature #beautiful #colors
Views from heaven.
Rice fields
22nd bday in Bali bby 🎈🎉✌🏼🌊☀️📸👙
Schönster Dinnerplatz 🍷🌵#dinnertime #bali #nusadua #nusaduabeach #dinnerplace #vacation #holidaythrowback #wonderfulplace
What Nature Can Teach Us About Life By Shaz Khan  As a student of life, I believe that intelligence manifests itself not through expression or formality, but through observation and genuine curiosity. Observing nature is always an awe-inspiring, spiritual experience for me; I could sit and watch waves crash for hours.  But I often wonder why nature inspires us, and why we’re in awe of certain scenery, and why we find these landscapes, oceans, and stars so breathtaking. We haven’t done anything to earn this awe, so why do we feel it?  It is this very question that leads me to believe our most inspired state, then, is not one of accomplishment, but of humility. I think we naturally fall in love with places that prove how small we are… places that humble us with reminders that we have so much more to learn, so much more to grow; that we are part of something bigger than ourselves.  Our significance lies in such potential, in that quiet recognition of the stardust in our bones and the oceans in our minds, knowing that a new sunrise paints our skies every day of our lives. And by virtue of just being—by existing—nature gives us free front row seats. It’s like we’ve won the evolutionary lottery.  That’s why I find it perplexing that we live such misdirected, consumed lives. We could quite literally not exist at all; we could be nothing, we could be incapable of perceiving any of this. All of us are always just one unexpected phone call, one diagnosis, one broken heart, one newfound love, and one moment away from being completely different people with completely different priorities.  Indeed, how frail we are. And yet, how blessed we are. You see, those seemingly insignificant moments spent with nature remind you of what’s important; they remind you that all we really have is our consciousness, and each other. After all, what is life without either? I would say, then, that it matters little what we’ve “achieved” if those achievements