Jake River Stevens-Minns. 19 years young. Actor. Vegetarian. Pagan. On a journey to find inner peace. Love Nature and all that exists. This blog is all about exploring my faith in Paganism and love of nature. Would love to talk with others on their own path. Please, feel free to ask for advice, questions, or start discussions. Find me: Twitter- @jakeyriver & Instagram- jakeriverstevensminns ♋ Blessed Be. ♋
We are not so different.
I love this, we are all just occupying different forms
this is the coolest f*cking thing
this is so important
Have a really great day today, okay? No matter who upsets, frustrates or makes you feel like shit, just ignore them and in your head say “Fuck you.” Because this is your day. This is your day. Your life. Your everything. Don’t let anyone get in the way of being happy, and doing what you want to do. Because at the end of the day, they are NOT you.
HAVE A GREAT DAY
Why can’t I just stay in bed, watch all my favourite films and TV shows, listen to all my favourite music, burn candles and incense, eat Dominos and Ben & Jerry’s and not put on an ounce of weight, all for free, with no need for money or anything else…?
I want go camping. Right now. Who will join me?!
I hate how much pressure there is from the media and the public view point that guys should have a six pack and be “ripped”. Women suffer a huge amount of pressure to be “thin” or “model standards”, but, guys suffer the same pressure as well. What happened to ordinary looking guys who have a little more weight on them than those in the media with a six pack and watching women drool over them in Coca-Cola adverts?! I’m hardly what you’d call over-weight, and yet I wouldn’t mind dropping a pound or two. But, I sure as hell feel crappy when there is this “ideal figure” of a man being portrayed, that many guys feel subjected to having to conform to. Sure, I want to be healthy and feel comfortable with my body, but I enjoy my food! I don’t want to have to change my diet and routine just so I can appease and conform to the expectancy of what “a man” should look like. Totally respect those who do body building, and take their fitness very seriously. It’s truly an admirable challenge to take on. But, I refuse to conform to the media and public perception of what “the ideal man” looks like.
…is that it’s YOUR path. You can do anything, feel, and believe anything you like with no pressure from others to do what they believe is correct. It’s a wonderful community to be a part of. Personally, I do not have much of an interest in Fae guides, or communicating with spirits etc.
I have such an affinity with animals and nature, that I can feel their energies and feel very much healed. Meditation, and a connection with nature is enough for me, and I am happy that people support me with that. So, whatever your beliefs, don’t feel pressured into changing those views just because other people tell you to.
Hot, kinky, hard sex. Now please.