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Meet and greet at church is the worst two minutes of an introvert’s life

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jcoleknowsbest:

dumbthingswhitepplsay:

wretchedoftheearth:

siddharthasmama:

amidnightmarauder:

Sick and Tired by Shihan.

agreed.

Does that put it into perspective for you?

Seriously. I always have to try to put this into perspective for people. People act like slavery was so distant. My mom is older in relation to my age (she had me at 43), and her father was older when she was born (in his early 50’s) and was born in the late 1800’s. One of his PARENTS was born into slavery. For people like my mom, this isn’t the least bit distant. My mom grew up in the Jim Crow south. History is so depersonalized that people can act like slavery, Jim Crow, and blatantly racist institutions existed in 1800 BC

I have an aunt who died in 02 who was born in 1898

I’d LOVE for someone to have told her that slavery was “long ago”.

My mother was born in 1956.. My grandmother in 1937.. My great grandparents in 1919… My great great granddad in the 1890’s and his parents who were born just shy of slavery…. All of these people were alive when my mother was younger… And my great great granddad died when I was 4! So please tell me how long ago slavery was again??


My grand mother was a sharecropper’s daughter….Who do you think her parents were the children of?

amen

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spiritualinspiration:

The word brokenness may strike fear in some people, but it’s really not a bad word. God doesn’t desire to break our spirits, but He wants to break that outer shell, the flesh that prevents Him from being all He wants to be in and through us. He wants to break off things like pride, rebellion, selfishness and independence. God wants us to be totally dependent on Him, and suffering seems to bring us to that point.

spiritualinspiration:

The word brokenness may strike fear in some people, but it’s really not a bad word. God doesn’t desire to break our spirits, but He wants to break that outer shell, the flesh that prevents Him from being all He wants to be in and through us. He wants to break off things like pride, rebellion, selfishness and independence. God wants us to be totally dependent on Him, and suffering seems to bring us to that point.

(Source: revive-ed, via spiritualinspiration)

itsellecoleman:

Choose to be a part of what God is doing. Even if it doesn’t make sense right now, even if it is difficult to walk thru, even if you can’t see over the mountain. Put your trust in WHO God is. Trust that He has you.

itsellecoleman:

Choose to be a part of what God is doing. Even if it doesn’t make sense right now, even if it is difficult to walk thru, even if you can’t see over the mountain. Put your trust in WHO God is. Trust that He has you.

(Source: instagram.com, via kneelingonthisbattleground)

wickedcherub:

Everytime my husband tells me about some sporting stars achievements etc, I just reply with ‘yeah but he’s ugly’ and he gets so mad but he can’t say anything because he knows this is what women go through every single time we achieve something.

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swolizard:

phisting:

LITERALLY EVERYONE IS IN A BAD MOOD 

HOW CAN YOU BE IN A BAD MOOD IF THIS GIF EXISTS 

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I’m actually feeling my heart melting

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ktpoy:

levanna:

tastefullyoffensive:

Bears Doing Human Things [via]

Previously: Before and After Pictures of Animals Growing Up

I love bears.

Cutest.

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spiritualinspiration:

“Honor and majesty are [found] in His presence; strength and joy are [found] in His sanctuary.” (1 Chronicles 16:27, AMP)

Do you need more strength and joy in your life? The Bible tells us that in God’s presence there is fullness of joy — the most abundant and complete! And when you have His joy, you have His supernatural strength. There’s nothing that can come against you when you are filled with the strength and joy of the Lord.

Notice this verse says that strength and joy are found in His sanctuary. One translation says they are found “where He is.” And do you know “where He is?” His Spirit is alive in every believer, but in His Word He promises that He inhabits, or manifests, in the praises of His people. That means when you begin to praise and worship God, either corporately in a church setting or privately in your personal time, God is there. You are in His sanctuary. Anytime you feel depleted or overwhelmed, just begin to sing a song of praise to Him. Declare His goodness and faithfulness. Draw near to Him, and He will draw near to you. He’ll fill you with His joy and strength so that you can live as an overcomer all the days of your life!

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I love sarcastic people with high vocabularies

ridge:

the guy in the back though lmaooo

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carnivaloftherandom:

surdoues:

briannathestrange:

rufflesnotdiets:

how to walk like a queen [x]

This is the best acting lesson I have every seen in my life

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fashionforwarddarling:

Fashion Foward turned 1 today!

fashionforwarddarling:

Fashion Foward turned 1 today!