one of the single greatest feelings in the world is realizing you’re ready for large changes.


fear takes a backseat when confidence allows your heart to follow its intended course. 

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Can worry make you live longer?

Why worry about clothes? Look how the wild flowers grow. They don’t work hard to make their clothes. But I tell you that Solomon with all his wealth wasn’t as well clothed as one of them.

God gives such beauty to everything that grows in the fields, even though it is here today and thrown into a fire tomorrow. He will surely do even more for you! Why do you have such little faith?

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I’ve been writing and recording some little ditties lately. Here’s one of them. This goes out to anybody lovin’ long distance. Maybe I’ll post a couple more this weekend.

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(Source: Spotify)


"Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" by Cat Power 

Originally by Judy Garland

* as written by Ralph Blane and Hugh Martin for “Meet Me in St. Louis”

(Source: perfectmidnightworld / darius_alex_3)

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God raised his love for human beings above every reproach of falsehood and doubt and uncertainty by himself entering into the life of human beings as a human being, by bodily taking upon himself and bearing the nature, essence, guilt, and sufferings of human beings. Out of love of human beings, God becomes a human being. He does not seek out the most perfect human being in order to unite with that person. Rather, he takes on human nature as is. This is about the birth of a child, not the astonishing work of a strong man, not the bold discovery of a wise man, not the pious work of a saint. It really is beyond all our understanding: the birth of a child shall bring about the great change, shall bring to all mankind salvation and deliverance.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer (via nickdivers)
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