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haveagay-day:


This quote couldn’t be closer to the truth. I will never be completely home again, probably because I never felt home in my own land, being in China was the greatest experience ever, and some part of me will always go there and feel home there, because that magic place surrounded by people from 128 countris could make it feel the warmest home ever, I found my home and my people jn China. I met places and faces I will never forget, and somehow a part of me will always be there, because I felt so good and so natural there, and I do believe those little places got impregnated with our energy, with our love. And I’m happy because now I don’t belong to 1 countrie, I belong to the world and I now I have 128 homes and houndread families, I know a different world. I got out and far from my sea, but crossing the world was totally worth it. And if someone comes and say, wanna go to China again for a month? I’m alredy doing the packages.

haveagay-day:

This quote couldn’t be closer to the truth. I will never be completely home again, probably because I never felt home in my own land, being in China was the greatest experience ever, and some part of me will always go there and feel home there, because that magic place surrounded by people from 128 countris could make it feel the warmest home ever, I found my home and my people jn China. I met places and faces I will never forget, and somehow a part of me will always be there, because I felt so good and so natural there, and I do believe those little places got impregnated with our energy, with our love. And I’m happy because now I don’t belong to 1 countrie, I belong to the world and I now I have 128 homes and houndread families, I know a different world. I got out and far from my sea, but crossing the world was totally worth it. And if someone comes and say, wanna go to China again for a month? I’m alredy doing the packages.

(Source: saturnsalad)

I used to call people, then I got into e-mailing, then texting, and now I just ignore everyone.

HILAROUS.

The New Yorker (via earthsun)

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