Lovely hobbitting at noccula falls with my sister and her friends and then delicious fresh made blood orange and cinnamon popsicle.
Birthday dinner for a friend later, yay.
This photograph captures a pair of turtles sharing an intimate moment as they swim together of the coast of Spain. The rare image shows the shelled couple locking lips and looking very much in love. Picture: Barcroft Media
"Worship isn’t music. You know, just like love isn’t kissing, but where there is worship there’ll be music, just like where there is love there is gonna be kissing."
"Carbon Ribs"- John Mark McMillan
Don’t think I can listen through this song- actually letting the words wash over my hurts and heartaches- without getting weepy.
'Cause I'm a dead man now with a ghost who lives
within the confines of these carbon ribs-
And one day when I’m free I will sit-
The cripple at your table
The cripple by your side
"“It’s like, it doesn’t honor God to pretend like everything is OK. That’s the beauty of Jesus that so many people miss. The beauty is that he died on the cross for our sins, but also that he existed the way we exist. He understands what it’s like to lose a friend. He’s not unfamiliar with those emotions. He’s not unfamiliar with the difficulty of human life. To me that’s what makes Jesus as God beautiful. He totally understands. He went out of his way to prove to us that he understands our situation. So when he has something to say, it’s not coming from this high and lofty standpoint. It’s coming from this person who understands intricately the perils of human existence.”
— John Mark McMillan"
Reminder to self that I am both extroverted and introverted, both open and closed, both care-free and self-strictured, intensely transparent but with subterranean depth and that the quieter, subtler aspects of who I am, while no less real or valuable, are likely to often be drowned out by the loud, brash, noisy ones.
"I’m just a soul whose intentions are good, oh Lord, please, don’t let me be misunderstood."
INFPs are absolute idealists: they have values inside them which they really want to live by. This makes them good at encouraging other people’s growth, but can cause them to be too hard on themselves. They can be shy and reserved, but they’re incredibly passionate and intelligent individuals with an innate need to change the world. (x)
ENFPs like to change things for the better, and have contagious enthusiasm but no patience for crossing I’s and dotting T’s. They are good at anticipating others’ needs, but crave attention and recognition. (x)
"People inspire you, or they drain you - pick them wisely."
Hans F. Hansen (via jhbrd