“I want you to know that, honestly, I’m fine now. Not because time has passed or that I’m moving on with my life. Not even because I’ve finally found who I’m supposed to be and that I picked up the pieces of myself that you shattered. I’m ok now because I accept that it won’t ever be easy, the not-having-you part. I accept that there will always be a hollow space inside of me where you used to be. I’m accepting it. All of it. You’re gone. And no matter how much I convince myself that I forgot you, I won’t, not really. Because you will always be a part of me. And I’m finally fine with that.”
— (via letters-to-the-sea)
“Boredom only occurs when you don’t use both your hands and your head to make the most out of your life.”

madewithpaper:

Something Wonderful

At FiftyThree, we come across clever, thoughtful, realistic, funny, informative, and beautiful creations made with Paper every day. But every once in a while we discover a sketch that’s totally unassuming and has few to no “likes” or notes, but simply needs to be shared.

The lesson here is that popularity does not equal talent or importance. Wonderful things go unnoticed all the time for one reason or another. The thing to do, then, when you do find a gem is to set it free and spread the love with others.

Made With Paper by Amal

“Love a friend, love a wife, something, whatever you like, but one must love with a lofty and serious intimate sympathy, with strength, with intelligence, and one must always try to know deeper, better, and more.”
— Vincent Van Gogh

"Hello!"
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Big data at WKWSCI inaugural symposium #bigdata #singapore #hipstamatic (at Sands Expo & Convention Centre)