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Grace D (Los Angeles)
A heart: as a constant reminder for unconditional love for myself and others. That life shouldn’t be taken too seriously and to not be so hard on myself.
An arrow: to always aim forward, never look back. No regrets.

Jill (Cedar City, UT)
Right wrist says Namaste in Nepali and my left wrist says it in English. It means:
“I honor the place in you where Spirit lives, I honor the place in you which is of Love, of Truth, of Light, of Peace, when you are in that place in you, and I am in that place in me, then we are One.”
I never want to forget.

Julia (Moscow, Russia)
I used to travel a lot because of my job, but then I got laid off, so I promised myself that won’t stop me. Here’s for all the adventures I’ve been on and the new ones to come my way!


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Kaary (Estonia)
Love the steps you are taking

Natalie
me and my  sisters and my dad all got matching skull tattoos from different artists around New York City. not much to say about it other than its our last name and it is badass.

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Ana C (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Le but de la vie c’est la maturation de l’âme’.

Becca Aurora
My tatto explains how I am independent and I don’t need anyone but myself.

Annie T (Falkenberg)
I wanted something simple but still unique. And I wanted it to be something that had to do with my family. C is for my dad Claes, I is for my mom Ingegerd, E is for my brother Eric and A is for moi, Annie.


Arms.

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 Malou (Denmark)  www.maloucenholt.blogspot.com

Nanna Nova
My little sisters name is Ida. Adelaide, is french, and Ida is the short version.

Silvia (Braga)


Legs.

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Laylianny O (Puerto Rico)
“For some it symbolizes the clarity of the mind and heart. Those who have gone through major tribulations and come out on top get this as a way to show that they made it through a struggle and emerged with more strength than ever.”

Natasha (Brazil)