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People get from books the idea that if you have married the right person you may expect to go on ‘being in love’ for ever. As a result, when they find they are not, they think this proves they have made a mistake and are entitled to a change — not realising that, when they have changed, the glamour will presently go out of the new love just as it went out of the old one. In this department of life, as in every other, thrills come at the beginning and do not last. The sort of thrill a boy has at the first idea of flying will not go on when he has joined the R.A.F. and is really learning to fly. The thrill you feel on first seeing some delightful place dies away when you really go to live there. Does this mean it would be better not to learn to fly and not to live in the beautiful place? By no means. In both cases, if you go through with it, the dying away of the first thrill will be compensated for by a quieter and more lasting kind of interest. What is more (and I can hardly find words to tell you how important I think this), it is just the people who are ready to submit to the loss of the thrill and settle down to the sober interest, who are then most likely to meet new thrills in some quite different direction. The man who has learned to fly and become a good pilot will suddenly discover music; the man who has settled down to live in the beauty spot will discover gardening.
C.S. Lewis (via jspark3000)
No Diggity by Chet Faker from the album: Thinking In Textures

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freckuly:

THE IS THE COVER TO END ALL COVERS I SHIT YOU NOT

This is so chill

Do not sit trying to manufacture feelings. Ask yourself, ‘If I were sure that I loved God, what would I do?’ When you have found the answer, go and do it.
CS Lewis, Mere Christianity (via hannaoliviaway)

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People say they’re hungry for knowledge, but be specific. What is it you want to know, and why do you want to know it? Knowledge without application is powerless. Knowledge without love is empty. Knowing without growing is worthless because it generates potential without implementing purpose or cause.
LB, from Appetite (via yesdarlingido)
yesdarlingido:

zachattackrules:

Last night we camped out on a giant disc structure on top of a mountain that overlooks all of Los Angeles county. It was a good night.

stop it. 

yesdarlingido:

zachattackrules:

Last night we camped out on a giant disc structure on top of a mountain that overlooks all of Los Angeles county. It was a good night.

stop it. 

Anonymous
asks:
What are your thoughts towards God?

melodyhansen:

Oh, Him. 

I make promises and then I break them. When my heart hurts, it’s hard for me to see and hear and love. I carry more than I can bare. I judge. I fear. I’m unsure. Of a lot of things.
And even with this messy, unclean heart of mine, He sits beside me every night and smiles. And tells me He’s proud. Every time. And I want to cry because He is, and was, and always will be and I’m not worthy. He is the most beautiful story ever told, and He chose me. And you. To take part. To breathe and move and simply be. With Him. And this wrecks me. 
He is the “I love you.”, the “I need you.”, the “I am for you.”
I love HIm.

…I haven’t answered something like this in a while.
Thank you.

To love means to open ourselves to the negative as well as the positive—to grief, sorrow, and disappointment as well as to joy, fulfillment, and an intensity of consciousness we did not know was possible before.
Rollo May (via yesdarlingido)

There is no need for hate, yet, it is one of the easiest things to do.

There is a great need for love, yet, it is one of the hardest things to do.

There is no need for control over our own lives, yet, that is what we constantly do.

There is a great need to surrender our lives to Christ, yet, that is what we fight against.

We reach for heaven, never fully understanding that Heaven reached down to us; Jesus Christ is always willing to offer us a place at the table, we have but to lay down our pride and enter His perfect rest.

T.B. LaBerge // There Is (via tblaberge)