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  • Met him when I was 22. And he became part of me since then. Letting go is never an easy thing to do but there is nothing worse than holding into something you know isn't working anymore. 
There is a season for everything and I wanna keep feeling hopeful that there indeed a power of letting go. To finally heal and make peace with it. 
At some point, you can't be mad or sad for too long. Life has so much to offer and you have goals to chase, countries to visit and overseas friends to catch up. 
If you are reading this, whatever situation you are in, just keep going. You might not see it right now but I promise you things will get better. You've been through so much and that's not for nothing✨
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    @itsabyyhere

    Met him when I was 22. And he became part of me since then. Letting go is never an easy thing to do but there is nothing worse than holding into something you know isn't working anymore.
    There is a season for everything and I wanna keep feeling hopeful that there indeed a power of letting go. To finally heal and make peace with it.
    At some point, you can't be mad or sad for too long. Life has so much to offer and you have goals to chase, countries to visit and overseas friends to catch up.
    If you are reading this, whatever situation you are in, just keep going. You might not see it right now but I promise you things will get better. You've been through so much and that's not for nothing✨

  •  15  4  35 minutes ago
  • Wedding photos done right !🏔 Couples who are willing to be a little adventurous have big pay off - Start planning today
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    @pureluxeplanning

    Alberta

    Wedding photos done right !🏔 Couples who are willing to be a little adventurous have big pay off - Start planning today

  •  6  1  37 minutes ago
  • Hello friends! ☺🇨🇦
Immigration through Education🧐 ⠀
 The main program for graduates of Canadian educational institutions is the federal program CANADIAN EXPERIENCE CLASS.🇨🇦 ⠀
 To immigrate through this program, you need to work for 1 year in Canada. ⠀
 In practice, it looks like this: ⠀ ❗After you graduate from a Canadian college or university, you are issued an open work permit. 👨💼 ❗When you find a job and have worked for at least 1 year, you can apply for the Canadian Experienced Class program. ⠀
 At the moment, the Canadian immigration authorities give this program a top priority. Our company will be happy to help you with the selection of a university or college, as we have more than 50 partner educational institutions throughout the country;  apply for a work permit after graduation and you will receive the so designed immigration! ❗❗ To sum it up: ❗❗ ⠀
 1⃣ get admission to Canadian college or university ; ⠀
 2⃣ after university, work for 1 year for a Canadian employer; ⠀
 3⃣ apply for Permanent Residency. ☺🇨🇦👍 ⠀
 YOU HAVE A CANADIAN DIPLOMA/ CERTIFICATE OR DEGREE ALREADY, let us help you stay permanently ? 🇨🇦 Or do you want to immigrate through education ? ☺👩‍🎓👍 Email us!  We will help 🇨🇦👍 ⠀
 Follow us! ☺🇨🇦 GENIUS IMMIGRATION 👩🏼‍🏫👨🏻‍💻👩🏻‍💼 ⠀
 #britishcolumbia #bc #vancouver
 # study canadad # studyatcanad # canadian college # college # immigrationcanadu # immigrationcanada # canadian # immigrant # immigration # immigration #china  # immigrants # education
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    @genius_immigration

    Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

    Hello friends! ☺🇨🇦
    Immigration through Education🧐 ⠀
    The main program for graduates of Canadian educational institutions is the federal program CANADIAN EXPERIENCE CLASS.🇨🇦 ⠀
    To immigrate through this program, you need to work for 1 year in Canada. ⠀
    In practice, it looks like this: ⠀ ❗After you graduate from a Canadian college or university, you are issued an open work permit. 👨💼 ❗When you find a job and have worked for at least 1 year, you can apply for the Canadian Experienced Class program. ⠀
    At the moment, the Canadian immigration authorities give this program a top priority. Our company will be happy to help you with the selection of a university or college, as we have more than 50 partner educational institutions throughout the country; apply for a work permit after graduation and you will receive the so designed immigration! ❗❗ To sum it up: ❗❗ ⠀
    1⃣ get admission to Canadian college or university ; ⠀
    2⃣ after university, work for 1 year for a Canadian employer; ⠀
    3⃣ apply for Permanent Residency. ☺🇨🇦👍 ⠀
    YOU HAVE A CANADIAN DIPLOMA/ CERTIFICATE OR DEGREE ALREADY, let us help you stay permanently ? 🇨🇦 Or do you want to immigrate through education ? ☺👩‍🎓👍 Email us! We will help 🇨🇦👍 ⠀
    Follow us! ☺🇨🇦 GENIUS IMMIGRATION 👩🏼‍🏫👨🏻‍💻👩🏻‍💼 ⠀
    #britishcolumbia #bc #vancouver
    # study canadad # studyatcanad # canadian college # college # immigrationcanadu # immigrationcanada # canadian # immigrant # immigration # immigration #china # immigrants # education

  •  13  0  39 minutes ago
  • No post since June but I'm still here. Mainly active as my evil twin @shintaresmusic working on some new stuff to release -whoknows- sooner or later. 
Many things are happening here in Tokyo but during this hot summer break I flew to one of the most beautiful countries on planet earth. Together with my wonderful wife @kyrabell_89 I had the most memorable time of my life and this is something that I will never forget. Bears, whales, orcas, elks, mooses, deers, coyotes, chipmunks and then mountains, glaciers, infinite forests, the ocean, the mist, the lakes and the rivers. The air. And almost 5000 km of road-trip on a black Charger. I may not look "happy" in this picture but I can tell you that I was actually having the time of my life. 🖤
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#canada #britishcolumbia #roadtrip #timeofmylife
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    @oct8n

    Canada

    No post since June but I'm still here. Mainly active as my evil twin @shintaresmusic working on some new stuff to release -whoknows- sooner or later.
    Many things are happening here in Tokyo but during this hot summer break I flew to one of the most beautiful countries on planet earth. Together with my wonderful wife @kyrabell_89 I had the most memorable time of my life and this is something that I will never forget. Bears, whales, orcas, elks, mooses, deers, coyotes, chipmunks and then mountains, glaciers, infinite forests, the ocean, the mist, the lakes and the rivers. The air. And almost 5000 km of road-trip on a black Charger. I may not look "happy" in this picture but I can tell you that I was actually having the time of my life. 🖤
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    #canada #britishcolumbia #roadtrip #timeofmylife

  •  89  1  1 hour ago
  • I don’t do ‘outdoorsy’. If there is a choice between an encounter with a grizzly bear on a mountain path and a beer in a beach bar – mine’s a cold one, thanks. But I’m hiking a trail through the wilderness in Golden Ears Provincial Park, stopping every few minutes to pinch myself at the sheer, glorious beauty of my surroundings. 
Maybe it’s the abundance of oxygen pumped out by the millions of fir trees going to my head, but I find myself doing all kinds of things that I would never normally even consider, and somehow, despite myself, I love every second of my time in British Columbia. It’s possible I may even have something of a crush on the place and just can’t stay away. It’s my fourth visit in three years and each time, I like it more and more...
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    @outtheremag

    Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

    I don’t do ‘outdoorsy’. If there is a choice between an encounter with a grizzly bear on a mountain path and a beer in a beach bar – mine’s a cold one, thanks. But I’m hiking a trail through the wilderness in Golden Ears Provincial Park, stopping every few minutes to pinch myself at the sheer, glorious beauty of my surroundings.
    Maybe it’s the abundance of oxygen pumped out by the millions of fir trees going to my head, but I find myself doing all kinds of things that I would never normally even consider, and somehow, despite myself, I love every second of my time in British Columbia. It’s possible I may even have something of a crush on the place and just can’t stay away. It’s my fourth visit in three years and each time, I like it more and more...

  •  26  1  1 hour ago
  • Within twenty minutes of leaving my chic urban Downtown hotel, Vancouver’s @shangrila_van, I am driving along the ‘Sea-to-Sky Corridor’ a breathtaking, dramatic coastline, passing majestic bays edged with thousands of elegant tall fir trees which cover the mountainous landscape, creating its characteristic skyline. Forty minutes later, I’m riding a cable car, taking in the awe-inspiring views from Stawamus Chief mountain, Squamish, a short walk from the impressive Shannon Waterfalls. Extraordinary natural sights, no doubt, are at your doorstep here.
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Photography by @martinperrystudio
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    @outtheremag

    Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

    Within twenty minutes of leaving my chic urban Downtown hotel, Vancouver’s @shangrila_van, I am driving along the ‘Sea-to-Sky Corridor’ a breathtaking, dramatic coastline, passing majestic bays edged with thousands of elegant tall fir trees which cover the mountainous landscape, creating its characteristic skyline. Forty minutes later, I’m riding a cable car, taking in the awe-inspiring views from Stawamus Chief mountain, Squamish, a short walk from the impressive Shannon Waterfalls. Extraordinary natural sights, no doubt, are at your doorstep here.
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    Photography by @martinperrystudio

  •  70  2  1 hour ago
  • Vancouver is probably one of the most pleasant and liveable cities in North America. Despite Canada’s reputation for severe winters, its West coast location means it benefits from a relatively temperate climate – and in late summer, the days are not only long but usually dry, contrasting with the wet winter months. Although greater Vancouver with its suburban districts is as large and sprawling as many a metropolis, the heart of the city is contained on a peninsula which makes it very walkable. Yet despite its modest size, it is surprisingly varied, with distinct zones of only a few blocks in size, each with their own vibe.
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Photography courtesy of @shangrila_van
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    @outtheremag

    Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

    Vancouver is probably one of the most pleasant and liveable cities in North America. Despite Canada’s reputation for severe winters, its West coast location means it benefits from a relatively temperate climate – and in late summer, the days are not only long but usually dry, contrasting with the wet winter months. Although greater Vancouver with its suburban districts is as large and sprawling as many a metropolis, the heart of the city is contained on a peninsula which makes it very walkable. Yet despite its modest size, it is surprisingly varied, with distinct zones of only a few blocks in size, each with their own vibe.
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    Photography courtesy of @shangrila_van

  •  42  1  1 hour ago
  • As much as I enjoy spending time in the city, it’s the proximity to areas of remarkable natural beauty that really make this such a special place. You don’t even have to leave the city to immerse yourself in nature, Stanley Park, a 405-hectare, heavily forested public park, is just a short walk from the bustling Downtown streets. Almost 
entirely surrounded by the waters of Vancouver Harbour and English Bay, it’s a peaceful and beautiful taste of the awe-inspiring British Columbian countryside which lies just across the Lions Gate Bridge.
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Photography by @martinperrystudio
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    @outtheremag

    Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

    As much as I enjoy spending time in the city, it’s the proximity to areas of remarkable natural beauty that really make this such a special place. You don’t even have to leave the city to immerse yourself in nature, Stanley Park, a 405-hectare, heavily forested public park, is just a short walk from the bustling Downtown streets. Almost
    entirely surrounded by the waters of Vancouver Harbour and English Bay, it’s a peaceful and beautiful taste of the awe-inspiring British Columbian countryside which lies just across the Lions Gate Bridge.
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    Photography by @martinperrystudio

  •  46  1  1 hour ago
  • Despite growing communities around the State, British Columbia retains its character of being somewhat untouched, thanks to its vast natural territories. But aside from the obviously beautiful views over lush valleys and rapid rivers, both British Columbia as well as Vancouver offer additional, less expected charms. A big plus for me is the diverse cultural mix. 40 percent of people living in metropolitan Vancouver speak English as their second language – the result of Canada’s immigration policy and willingness to accept refugees. It makes the city more colourful, more connected and quite simply, more exciting.
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Photography by @johnbello.ca
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    @outtheremag

    Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

    Despite growing communities around the State, British Columbia retains its character of being somewhat untouched, thanks to its vast natural territories. But aside from the obviously beautiful views over lush valleys and rapid rivers, both British Columbia as well as Vancouver offer additional, less expected charms. A big plus for me is the diverse cultural mix. 40 percent of people living in metropolitan Vancouver speak English as their second language – the result of Canada’s immigration policy and willingness to accept refugees. It makes the city more colourful, more connected and quite simply, more exciting.
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    Photography by @johnbello.ca

  •  71  3  1 hour ago
  • For those on a tight schedule, Whistler is still a very achievable day trip from Vancouver. Due to an abundance of water throughout the province, in the form of both coastal bays and inland lakes, seaplanes are a very common sight in the skies above British Columbia, making Whistler just a short, but very exhilarating and Instagrammable flight from Vancouver Harbour.
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Photography by @martinperrystudio
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    @outtheremag

    Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

    For those on a tight schedule, Whistler is still a very achievable day trip from Vancouver. Due to an abundance of water throughout the province, in the form of both coastal bays and inland lakes, seaplanes are a very common sight in the skies above British Columbia, making Whistler just a short, but very exhilarating and Instagrammable flight from Vancouver Harbour.
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    Photography by @martinperrystudio

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  • "A sunset paddle with nobody else on the lake, can you feel the joy of this moment?! We stopped paddling, laid back in the canoe, listened to the loons calling in the distance (which we initially thought were wolves 😂), and soaked up the tranquility. we probably spent a good couple of hours out there. One of those nights that I’ll forever be grateful for!"
Photo & caption by: @wildbonde Ft. @lova.yoga
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    @adventure

    Emerald Lake

    "A sunset paddle with nobody else on the lake, can you feel the joy of this moment?! We stopped paddling, laid back in the canoe, listened to the loons calling in the distance (which we initially thought were wolves 😂), and soaked up the tranquility. we probably spent a good couple of hours out there. One of those nights that I’ll forever be grateful for!"
    Photo & caption by: @wildbonde Ft. @lova.yoga

  •  6,820  37  17 hours ago
  • χawgəs, the Grizzly Bear, knows that around mid-August the annual salmon run begins in Orford Bay on the edge of the Great Bear Rainforest.
#HomalcoTours’ 'Great Bears of Bute' wildlife, cultural and marine tour is one of the #IndigenousBC options where you can witness Grizzly Bears in their natural habitat.
Click the link in our profile to learn more about bear watching.
📹: @stinalood with @homalcotours
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    @indigenoustourismbc

    χawgəs, the Grizzly Bear, knows that around mid-August the annual salmon run begins in Orford Bay on the edge of the Great Bear Rainforest.
    #HomalcoTours’ 'Great Bears of Bute' wildlife, cultural and marine tour is one of the #IndigenousBC options where you can witness Grizzly Bears in their natural habitat.
    Click the link in our profile to learn more about bear watching.
    📹: @stinalood with @homalcotours

  •  1,368  34  20 hours ago
  • Meet Andrew @hopefarmorganics from Newlands, British Columbia, Canada 🇨🇦 “I am a lover of humanity, nature and unwilling to give in when it gets tough. I was born in a family that grew their own food. I met Janie while in Alaska. I was living there at the time after attaining a BSc. in agriculture and enjoying all of what unspoiled wilderness had to offer. Janie had taken it upon herself to go on an adventure riding her bike across Alaska. We fell in love and moved to Prince George British Columbia so Janie could finish her degree in education. 
With a deep concern for the environment and living in Prince George for a short while, we felt obligated to help fix the broken food system and the serious threat of food security in the region, and thus the idea of Hope Farm Organics was born in 2011. We have been providing the region with organic vegetables ever since while innovating growing methods and breeding hardy plants for the region's difficult growing climate. We run a CSA vegetable delivery service and supply several restaurants in Prince George.

We live in Newlands in British Columbia (closest city is Prince George). We cultivate 3 acres in vegetables with another 14 in rotational cover crops on a 150 acre farm. We grow carrots, potatoes, various greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, gourmet mushrooms, radishes, herbs etc. We do crop rotations, grow green manure and use lots of compost along with regular soil tests and pelletized poultry manure. 
Our climate can be challenging since it’s  cold and wet or it’s hot, dry and cold at night. I regularly give lectures during winter and organize tours during summer to show people our methods in growing in a challenging climate.

Observe, record and do the work. Anything is possible, just create the habits that make your goal attainable. There is no other profession that lets you change the world for people 3 times a day! The future has hope.”
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    @humanswhogrowfood

    Canada

    Meet Andrew @hopefarmorganics from Newlands, British Columbia, Canada 🇨🇦 “I am a lover of humanity, nature and unwilling to give in when it gets tough. I was born in a family that grew their own food. I met Janie while in Alaska. I was living there at the time after attaining a BSc. in agriculture and enjoying all of what unspoiled wilderness had to offer. Janie had taken it upon herself to go on an adventure riding her bike across Alaska. We fell in love and moved to Prince George British Columbia so Janie could finish her degree in education.
    With a deep concern for the environment and living in Prince George for a short while, we felt obligated to help fix the broken food system and the serious threat of food security in the region, and thus the idea of Hope Farm Organics was born in 2011. We have been providing the region with organic vegetables ever since while innovating growing methods and breeding hardy plants for the region's difficult growing climate. We run a CSA vegetable delivery service and supply several restaurants in Prince George.

    We live in Newlands in British Columbia (closest city is Prince George). We cultivate 3 acres in vegetables with another 14 in rotational cover crops on a 150 acre farm. We grow carrots, potatoes, various greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, gourmet mushrooms, radishes, herbs etc. We do crop rotations, grow green manure and use lots of compost along with regular soil tests and pelletized poultry manure.
    Our climate can be challenging since it’s cold and wet or it’s hot, dry and cold at night. I regularly give lectures during winter and organize tours during summer to show people our methods in growing in a challenging climate.

    Observe, record and do the work. Anything is possible, just create the habits that make your goal attainable. There is no other profession that lets you change the world for people 3 times a day! The future has hope.”

  •  1,612  28  15 August, 2019