Weird. What a wonderful adjective. :)
Weird. What a wonderful adjective. :)
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"Fiction is admitting you’re telling the truth with your lies."
Heath Ison (via thatlitsite)
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"The more I live the more I think
two people together is a miracle."
Adrienne Rich (via liquidlightandrunningtrees)
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cluelessakemi:

After the shower.  Oil on linen.  An experiment in how many water drops I could paint before I went insane. (i lost count)
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"I meet Christians who are super-glossy, picture-perfect, law-abiding people, but they are absolutely miserable and difficult to be near. Their every movement is dictated by a strict rigid ruleset that is motivated by a desperate fear. If your efforts are not driven by grace — that God absolutely loves you no matter what — then you will punish yourself towards an invisible standard that looks like success but feels like slavery. Such a standard might work for a little while to conform your behavior, but it will never become a part of you: it’s just an apparatus that imprisons you. Only grace can truly be internalized to melt your heart, and though it can take longer, a truly tenderized heart follows God with all joy and perseverance. This is motivation by grace and grace alone."
J.S. (via jspark3000)
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"For fantasy is true, of course. It isn’t factual, but it is true. Children know that. Adults know it too, and that is precisely why many of them are afraid of fantasy. They know that its truth challenges, even threatens, all that is false, all that is phony, unnecessary, and trivial in the life they have let themselves be forced into living. They are afraid of dragons, because they are afraid of freedom."
Ursula K. LeGuin, “Why Americans are Afraid of Dragons” (via lowereastnowhere)
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"Sometimes instinct can be wrong. But sometimes it can be right too. And sometimes you just have to take it on faith."
Daisy Whitney, The Rivals (via simply-quotes)
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"If someone ever says you’re weird, say thank you."
Ellen Degeneres. (via laugh-dance-ellen)