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Remember when Seneca told us that looking forward to death is a mistake? That death has already claimed all the years in our past? Every day death claims more of us.

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What was his warning about not waiting until you get to the dregs of the cask before you savor the wine?

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tick tock tick tock tick tock

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simonmagus137:
The Time is now. 
francymoonn:
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I will be in Santiago from Jan 14-17, what should I see, eat or do while I am there? TBH I'm mostly interested in the eating part.

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arsenica:
<3
nathi:
I want you in brazil babe 💙😉
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He explained that everything — every relationship, every person, every job — has its time in life, and then, as he noted, all of a sudden it doesn’t. He told me I could feel sorry for myself that something was ending, or be excited and appreciative that it had ever even existed.

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myzaree:
Remarkable way to perceive life.
elaena:
Very nice!!!!
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I wear mostly black and dark grey not as a reflection of a dark personality or some kind of goth fashion sense but because I have yet to eat a single fucking meal without spilling a portion of it on my shirt.

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jakelibra23:
Only really feel like myself in shades of grey or black lol
scarlettxx:
My clothes are mostly all black too. I love how I look in black and a lot of my jobs required me to wear all black lol 
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nosh:
Clouds in the sky, stars during the night, or a simple object and reflect on its history ! :)
voltaire:
My living room: the furniture is pointed at a coffee table. My parlour: the chairs are pointed at the parlour table, but I usually have the curtains open and look out at my garden. and then I realize that it needs weeding.... again. In the basement common area it is pointed at a computer. I had cable for  while in Raleigh, but all I ever ended up watching were documentaries, or cartoons. 
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1. desaturated color/ washed out / grey tone to the photos.

2. uneven lighting or direct sunlight, worst case is semi-blocked direct sunlight through leaves or blinds

3. too busy a background

4. photos out of focus

5. not variety in angles framing and posing

6. not enough portraits of models face

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pimenta:
Thanks for sharing 
nictofilya:
So helpful,thanks so much for sharing 😊