big friendly giant~

"if music be the food of love, play on!"

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~ Tuesday, April 1 ~
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the sky was pretty in that moment.

it made me think of something old mixed with something decidedly new.

i enjoyed my eyes.


~ Thursday, December 12 ~
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Odd Compliments - Imgur

this is quite wonderful

Odd Compliments - Imgur

this is quite wonderful


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~ Tuesday, October 22 ~
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~ Saturday, August 31 ~
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lovecourtney:

When did you stop feeling beautiful?

this is adorable.


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~ Thursday, August 29 ~
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~ Thursday, August 22 ~
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batman-in-a-snuggie:

LITERALLY CRYING

batman-in-a-snuggie:

LITERALLY CRYING


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muhehe

muhehe

(Source: banjosandbooze)


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meghannnneeee:

andrewbelami:

if you’ve ever wanted to hear Ariana Grande make the word “crotch” sound beautiful this is your chance

why are you so precious.

i love you.


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~ Tuesday, August 6 ~
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Beauty And The Beat (Cover by Heather Russell) (by monicacidade)

whoa surprised


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~ Saturday, August 3 ~
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American Christianity has created a culture of theological permanence, where individuals are expected to learn a set of beliefs and latch onto them for the rest of their lives….Theologies are often considered too “valuable,” “right,” and “holy” to change or question. Therefore, pastors debate instead of dialogue, professors preach instead of listen, schools propagate instead of discuss, and faith-based communities ultimately reject any form of honest questioning and doubt. […]

But theology — our study and beliefs about God — should be a natural process involving change instead of avoiding it. Our God is too big and too wonderful to completely understand by the time we graduate high school, or college, or get married, or have children, or retire. Our life experiences, relationships, education, exposure to different cultures and perspectives continually affect the way we look at God. Our faith is a journey, a Pilgrim’s Progress, and our theology will change. And while we may not agree with a person’s new theological belief, we need to stop seeing the inherent nature of change as something negative.

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