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i would like to
fast forward
to the feeling
of wholeness
that doesn’t come
from humans or
items or accolades.

18 notes + 1 month ago


don’t think about the bridge
until it’s built, i say
good things break,
rust, grow cold
good things aren’t meant to last
so if you have me,
have me, won’t you?
forget about the rest
until it comes
don’t think about the bridge
until it’s built

25 notes + 1 month ago


you are worse than you ever imagined.
you are more loved than you ever dreamed.
the gospel

10 notes + 1 month ago

"And God said “Love Your Enemy,” and I obeyed him and loved myself."

-خليل جبران ‎ Khalil Gibran (via nezua)

(Source: lacedwithrighteousgame)

126,786 notes + 1 month ago

"The truth does not change according to our ability to stomach it."

-Flannery O’Connor (via writeontheirhearts)

(Source: artisticalyhaze)

247 notes + 2 months ago

I shut my eyes and all the world drops dead.
(I think I made you up inside my head.)

"Most of us have learned to be dispassionate about evil, to look it in the face and find, as often as not, our own grinning reflections with which we do not argue, but good is another matter. Few have stared at that long enough to accept that its face too is grotesque, that in us the good is something under construction. The modes of evil usually receive worthy expression. The modes of good have to be satisfied with a cliche or a smoothing down that will soften their real look"

-Flannery O’Connor, “Mystery and Manners” (via writeontheirhearts)

(Source: erispoe)

17 notes + 2 months ago

"I can’t un-know the monsters
but I can become the person
who would have saved
thirteen-year-old me."

-3/365, wesley king  (via batglitch)
33,345 notes + 2 months ago

"You are beautiful because you let yourself feel, and that is a brave thing indeed."

-Shinji Moon   (via seulray)

(Source: feelendlessly)

43,365 notes + 2 months ago

"Well, let’s be serious and fair about this, and I say this as someone who is very conservative theologically. What are we asking gay people to do? We are asking them to remain celibate their whole lives. We’re asking them to realize that what straight people have in a wife and a family, they cannot have. That’s a lot to ask. As an Orthodox Christian, I do think that this is the burden that a gay person bears, BUT I think it does a tremendous disservice to act as if it isn’t a burden. What right do we have as straight people, either looking forward to family life or already participating in it, to turn around and mock the legitimate struggle that any gay person faces?"

-Seraphim, on the burden of Xians with SSA in the Orthodox Church (via yarabirham)
52 notes + 2 months ago
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