|—||The Curious Savage (John Patrick)|
Perhaps, the idea of having more friends means that there will be a greater accumulation of love. Yet, people love in different amounts. Some too little, some too much. It’s hard to say. Could one person love another with as much love as ten people combined? Who has more love in the end?
|—||Dylan Thomas (via hislivingpoetry)|
|—||Paulo Coelho (via pslovealex)|
|—||Unka Glen (unkaglen.tumblr.com)|
|—||Judah Smith (via natefarley14)|
My sister and brother-in-law read these lines to each other as part of their marriage vows last spring.
Shut up, I didn’t cry. You cried. Shut up.
Dude. Nailed it.
This needs to get spread a good bit more.
“Blood is thicker than water”, when used in the context of family over friends, is in fact a wildly incorrect bastardisation.
The true, full quote is “The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb,” and refers to relationships forged by choice holding deeper meaning than those of mere biology.
Be anxious for nothing.
|—||Lecrae (via lydiafire)|
I’m writing my essay on cyber-bullying right now
and there was this article that said “anon hate hurts us because when we read it, we don’t hear the attacker’s voice, we hear our own”
and that’s a really good observation.
Wounds from a friend can be trusted, but an enemy multiplies kisses. - Proverbs 27:6
Oh God, may I just praise You for the rebuke and discipline I’ve received. Break down my pride. Break down the idea that I have done nothing wrong. Let it all go. Help me be the person you want me to be. Help me understand it is for my benefit. Help me realize that I have been forgiven, and I am still loved. Help me see the truth of all the matter.
|—||Francis Chan, Multiply (via c3pohufflepuff)|