Please don’t delete the link to the photographers/artists, thanks!
Til death do us part
This might be the coolest thing I’ve ever seen in my life.
Okay, guys, I know I said I was going to bed but can I just point out one little thing here?
Do you notice how it’s blurry at the beginning and suddenly sharpens at the end?
When it’s blurry, it’s because when you’re in love, you supposedly don’t see anything other than the person you love.
And when it sharpens, it’s because the world has come back into focus now that their loved one is gone.
American Christians can blame secularists for many things but surely not for the trivialization of faith in the modern world: Christians in North America have surpassed all competitors in that booming business. Our patriotism has become a cult of self-worship consecrated by court prophets robed in pinstriped suits. Forgetting the difference between discipleship and patriotism, the God most Americans trust is a simulacrum of the holy and trascendant God, a reification of the American way of life. “The Church has an obligation not to join in the incantation of political slogans and in the concoction of pseudo-events,” Thomas Merton wrote in his 1968 book, _Violence and Faith_, “but to clear through the deviousness and ambiguity of both slogans and events by her simplicity and her love.”
The horrifying moment when you look around for an adult and realize you are one.
I need adultier adult
#I NEED A BETTER ADULT
AN ADULT WHO CAN SUCCESSFULLY ADULT
beauty comes in all shapes and sizes
I’m pretty sure this is like the 5th time I’ve reblogged this because omg
Oh my GOD