Really, really.

songs. souvenirs. ink blots. whispers from the heart.

spiritualinspiration:

But the LORD said to Samuel, “Do not consider his appearance or his height, for I have rejected him. The LORD does not look at the things man looks at. Man looks at the outward appearance, but the LORD looks at the heart. (1 Samuel 16:7)

spiritualinspiration:

But the LORD said to Samuel, “Do not consider his appearance or his height, for I have rejected him. The LORD does not look at the things man looks at. Man looks at the outward appearance, but the LORD looks at the heart. (1 Samuel 16:7)

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johnnyis:

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dearolivejuice:

sobasicallysherlock:

inthedeereyes:






MEN OF TUMBLR I LOVE YOU





This just made my night. Thank you!!!!!!

johnnyis:

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dearolivejuice:

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inthedeereyes:

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MEN OF TUMBLR I LOVE YOU

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ohstopityou


This just made my night. Thank you!!!!!!

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Be as courageous as Peter and believe against all reason; believe Jesus loves you that much and decide to love him back in the same manner. Get out of the boat.

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andisbetter:

Ink AND paper come together again AND again AND again to make a car that is both mighty AND fast. Because you shouldn’t have to sacrifice one thing for another. On the canvas or the road—AND is better.

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Illustration by Jason Smith

Printed at Progress Custom Screen Printing in Ferndale, MI

Captured by Gentlemen

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The First Step Toward Spiritual Maturity

thepaulzone:

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Disbelief is both ugly and sad. It results from a short memory. I am not referring to the disbelief of non-believers but of those who made the choice to accept Jesus as Lord and Saviour. How many great things has he done in your life? How many times has he saved you from the brink of…

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riverofbones:

u-nderwater:

❂ vintage photography ❂

vintage & models ❂

yeahmicah:

seacircles:

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kyleehenke:

THEIR FRIENDSHIP IS EVERYTHING I WANT FROM LIFE

I’ve been waiting to have this on my dash ever since I watched this show.

Hahahaha omg so cute!

"EAGLE!!!"

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hamishniven:


Herringbone stairs

hamishniven:

Herringbone stairs

museumuesum:

ARNAU BLANCH

Fantasmas, 2013

Anxiety is a continuous, dysfunctional constant in my personal life. Fantasmas became a tactic for dealing with it, an attempt to form the hope that all irrational fears can disappear, to achieve the knowledge that such fears are not conclusive or eternally paralyzing. Fantasmas is a project in which the photos do not construct a tangible reality or tell a linear story. Rather, they enable us to understand a possible vision of personal difficulties. My approach originates in a concrete fact – the decision to carry a camera with me at all times to explore a reality I had not previously sought, but one that could appear at any time. To that is added a personal issue – to use a photographic project as a strategy to convey an emotional state, in this case anxiety. Photography captures (or tries to capture) reality. Fantasmas represents an attempt to gain a certain control over reality, over my reality. A defense mechanism against anxiety has become a subjective representation of anxiety. It is as if the photos were talking by themselves, revealing phantoms of which I had not previously been aware.

Hope, like anxiety, is an attitude based on those things we expect to happen. It is something every person suffering from anxiety longs for – the ability to internalize the promise of a positive. In taking photographs under circumstances where I did not feel comfortable, hope became a goal. Taking the photos required a certain concentration, in which I absented myself, putting the photo first. During the edit, I discovered new elements in the images I had captured, and related them to emotions or concepts. The results are images as icons, articulated by a tension which I hope the viewer will also be able to locate.

Ahhh… I’m a sucker for tooone…