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August 05 2017

Raise your daughters to shout, to scream, to hold their heads up high for being themselves before society tries to teach them how to silence themselves, how to wear shame like it is a second skin. Let them taste rebellion from the moment they are born and watch them become flames to start a revolution.
— Nikita Gill (via meanwhilepoetry)
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resolutewoman:

– Glacier.

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waitingtoseethelight:

benjaminbadpennywho:

thestirge:

So I heard this story second-hand, many years ago, but the gist was that a friend of a friend lived in what was generally considered a bad neighborhood, because he was a super poor college student and it was what he could afford. He didn’t have any furniture, he just slept on a blanket on the floor and had a milk crate for a chair and like an old wire spool as a table. No TV, nothing in the fridge, no microwave, basically just bare walls and a roof to keep the weather off. So one day he comes home, and there’s a man in his apartment, just standing there, with this look of utter amazement and horror on his face, and he turns to the guy who’s just entered and says, “This your place? ‘cause I broke in to rob you, but shit, man, you ain’t got nothin’. Wait here, I’m’a be right back.” And the burglar left, leaving a puzzled college student alone in his empty apartment. But sure enough, the burglar came back a while later, and brought some friends, and they delivered a table, a couple of chairs, and a small TV. “I think I got you a bed, too, but that might take a couple days.”

So, the poor college student made some friends. And he didn’t ask where they got the stuff.

Broglar.

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paris2london:

michelleweinhofen:

Be in awe of your body and breath

Goals

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kindly-karlirose:

He’s the God who always knows just what to do.

He’s never at a loss for what comes next.

birdonahotdog:

contrary to social media developers’ beliefs i have literally never once wanted to see posts in anything other than chronological order

hipindie:

Be with someone who will take care of you. Not materialistically, but takes care of ur soul, ur well being, ur heart & everything that’s you

smarandatanov:

person: so what did you eat today?

me: coffee

person: ???

me: what

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dennybitte:

in your sparkle

by Denny Bitte

I never really understood what it meant to be better or stronger with another person than the two of you are apart but… I get it now

Trust in the LORD with all your heart,
and do not lean on your own understanding.
In all your ways acknowledge him,
and he will make your path straight.
Be not wise in your own eyes;
fear the LORD, and turn away from evil.
It will be healing in your flesh,
and refreshment in your bones.
— Proverbs 3:5-8 (via both-seeker-and-sought)

rubyvroom:

watching all of trump’s cronies turning on each other would be hilarious if they weren’t supposed to be running the country right now. It’s kind of like overhearing a ridiculous slap fight in the cockpit of the airplane you’re in mid-flight

He is infinite—and that answers our longing for completeness. He is eternal—and that answers our longing for permanence. He is unchangeable—and that answers our longing for stability and security. There is none like God. Nothing can compare with him. Wealth, sex, power, popularity, conquest, productivity, great achievement—nothing can compare with God.
— John Piper (via be-thou-my-delight)

June 26 2017

bodyglitter:

me: protect the bees!!!

bee: [comes near me]

me:

I am thankful that i do not decide my future. God does. Left to myself, my journey would have been smooth sailing in spiritually shallow waters. My life would have been filled with temporary pleasures and perpetual emptiness. So today, when i think back over the instances when God said no, despite my begging, i am thankful. Though some refusals have left an ache in my soul, i would not seek to reverse them because i often see purpose in them, but more importantly because i know that He will always do what is best for me. Even when i don’t understand why, i trust that God has a purpose in my pain.
The Scars That Have Shaped Me
(via godlywoman)

elvve:

*bangs fist on table* I WANT COLD WEATHER

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