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User Image chessretsehc Posted: Apr 17, 2018 1:33 PM (UTC)

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Don’t talk, just act. Don’t say, just show. Don’t promise, just prove... #unexpectedmoment.... It's really He.... Look at Him.. #Goodvibe.
User Image jegegen Posted: Apr 17, 2018 12:48 PM (UTC)

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User Image libra_withahintofmadness.91 Posted: Apr 17, 2018 8:49 AM (UTC)

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I'm in no rush... Patiently waiting for that sweet, unexpected moment 👌🏽
User Image indiasunflower Posted: Apr 17, 2018 1:08 AM (UTC)
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User Image yuzarinayusof Posted: Apr 14, 2018 1:24 PM (UTC)
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Still on 1st April mood. Thank you for everything my love love love 😍❤️ Till jannah k? Mmuahh 😘 #unexpectedmoment 💕
User Image shyndishyne Posted: Apr 14, 2018 5:12 AM (UTC)

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My precious first watch. Unexpectedly found it. Has stayed with me since I was still 1 y.o :'D
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Thanks Grandpa 😙
#throwback #watch #firstwatch #precious #preciousgift #reunited #unexpected #unexpectedmoment
User Image nathasyameiliany Posted: Apr 5, 2018 5:38 PM (UTC)

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Happy people don't have the best of everything but they made the best of everything 💑 #unexpectedmoment
Practicing presence yields the greatest gifts. This evening at sunset, we were deciding how to spend our evening. Contemplating whether to make a long drive down to Bali spirit fest for what would undoubtedly be a beautiful evening of cacao ceremony, we instead flowed with what was already our vicinity and thought we would keep it simple and explore a local waterfall.

Little did we know, a 10mims walk away, down jungle steps at sunset, we would arrive at the holy springs of Sebatu. This is a small sacred spot where locals come to pray and purify.
We felt a little hesitancy at first...there was only the 3 of us and a group of about 10 local young men in their late teens/early 20’s. We didn’t have the proper sarongs to wear, as we didn’t realize it was a holy spot which required such clothing.
Our uncertainties melted away when the group of young men invited us to join them in their prayers. After a water purification in the waterfall, we all sat in a row, as the light got dark. Each of us with inscense, flowers for blessing, chanting the gatatri mantra (the Balinese version, a little different than the Sanskrit version). We found out afterwards that this group of young men came together from all corners of Bali...they had gone to college together and tonight, gathered for a reunion and shared time praying and offering gratitude at the waterfall together.
I have so much to learn from the ways of the Balinese. I am in awe that a group of young men would gather for this purpose...to give thanks together at a sacred site. Can you imagine a world where all young men gathered for this purpose? Or a world where we welcomed people with open arms, to share the ways of the ancestors?
Bali, thank you for the teaching my heart and soul so much, everyday.