Above all, read. Never be without a book. And again, read really good books.– Uncle Chuck, Man’s Manual (via scripture-sketches)
THE BURIED LIFE: 20 Things I Should Have Known at... →
laviedelara: This is one of the best things I have ever come across on Tumblr. SO TRUE. Read it. 1. The world is trying to keep you stupid. From bank fees to interest rates to miracle diets, people who are not educated are easier to get money from and easier to lead. Educate yourself as much as possible for wealth, independence, and happiness. 2. Do not have faith in institutions to educate...
You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people...– Dale Carnegie (via the-stodge)
You create beauty with your attitude, behavior, and actions. It’s all up to you.– (via goodwomenproject)
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New blog. Take a look. It’s pretty :)
Blogged. An Update On Well, Everything :) →
Change is good. One week until the plans start to become a reality. Happy-scared to the maximus.
The Little Things →
Dream it. Write it down. Plan it out. Take a step. Be thankful, always.
Two Paths →
Blogged. Because my one fear is leaving this world with the wrong imprint. Or even worse, no imprint at all…
withheartsablaze: Obituary of A Homeless Man David Ray Turner
mikeclevenger: “God dwells in light unapproachable, in glory indescribably, in majesty unimaginable, in joy unspeakable, in wisdom unfathomable, and in eternity incalculable.” Leonard Ravenhill, In Light of Eternity Read that again and try to wrap your mind around a glimpse of a fraction of this. Whoa.
mikeclevenger: “Whatever our own opinions about how the kingdom of the world should run, whatever political or ethical views we may happen to embrace, our one task as kingdom of God disciples is to fight for people, and the way we do it is by doing exactly what Jesus did.” — Greg Boyd
One day, you will live in the fruit of the moments you spent with God; even...– Kim Walker (via ellakaybella)
No matter what anybody tells you, words and ideas can change the world.– Dead Poets Society (via dreamonforeternity)