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The Silence Is Here Again Tonight: Fine Art Series by Klaartje Lambrechts #inspiration #photography

I want you to get real – I don’t want you not to ‘try’ anymore, I want you to take action in befriending your body. Who are you to think you don’t embody greatness? Who are you to think you aren’t capable of changing not only your world, but the world of those around you. You are so much greater than you give yourself credit for, and I am here to break the silence and let you know. There is SO much more right with you than wrong with you, focus on that and watch the magic unfold.

Marvel as your kids create their own globe and learn about the world’s countries, oceans, and continents with the Colour the Earth kit by Seedling. The craft box includes one Seedling inflatable globe, a pack of craft markers in black, red, orange, yellow, blue, and green, and instructions. (Note, you will need a ball or bike pump to inflate the globe). This activity is recommended for ages three and older. Based in New Zealand, Seedling is committed to reducing its carbon footprint—all of…

from Etsy

African opal jasper and beads necklace

African opal jasper is a misterious gemstone with a fascinating story. First of all, you can't tell its colour. A mix of brown and light blue and green, like when it rains so much that your sight is blurred and the world gets embedded in a mix of colours and textures. History tell that opal jasper formed many millions of years ago, when a combination of silica and water flowed into cracks and spaces in the ground. This then gradually hardened and solidified to become opal.

from Etsy

African opal jasper and beads necklace

African opal jasper is a misterious gemstone with a fascinating story. First of all, you can't tell its colour. A mix of brown and light blue and green, like when it rains so much that your sight is blurred and the world gets embedded in a mix of colours and textures. History tell that opal jasper formed many millions of years ago, when a combination of silica and water flowed into cracks and spaces in the ground. This then gradually hardened and solidified to become opal.

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13 Amazing Photos of Lavender Fields that will Rock your World

Scenic Lavender and Sunflower Field with Tree in Provence, France | 13 Amazing Photos of Lavender Fields that will Rock your World