guuuuyyyyysssss remember as white people we don’t have the right to tell black people how to react to what’s going on in ferguson, we aren’t affected by this, we don’t have the same experiences as them, and we don’t have the right to tell them to be calm, we are protected by our privilege and telling others to stay calm and not be angry about this when we’ve never had to fear this is not something we are allowed to do stop doing that


please turn on the sound. please


Because, you know

They both get drunk after one beer.

You Reign - original print from The Worship Project.

This thought has truly captivated me recently. Over every fear, every pain, every sorrow, every failure. Over every joy, over every laughing heart, over every statement of faith and declaration.

It’s beautifully challenging to know that we make our plans, but ultimately the Lord determines our steps. Whether you’re in a time of absolute pain and sorrow, or if you’re on the mountaintops of life, it’s always temporary and another season will follow.

Tough times don’t diminish the authority of Christ in our lives…it’s how we react to situations that determine how much room we give Christ to intervene.

“Do not fret because of those who are evil, or be envious of those who do wrong; for like the grass they will soon wither, like green plants they will soon die away. Trust in the Lord and do good; dwell in the land and enjoy safe pasture.

Take delight in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart. Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him and he will do this: He will make your righteous reward shine like the dawn, your vindication like the noonday sun.” - Psalm 37:1-6

I pray and declare abundant blessing and favour upon your journey with the Lord! Go from strength to strength in Jesus’ name!

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98% of my brain: I’m so happy that the pearlnet shippers are having a good time, they’ve really been inspirational the way they kept going under pressure and this is such a nice thing for them, how validating and wonderful I’m sincerely pleased that they’re enjoying themselves.

the other terrible 2%:

When they’d gone, Lady Sybil sat for a while staring at her hands.
(…) In many ways, she told herself, she was very lucky. She was very proud of Sam. He worked hard for a lot of people. He cared about people who weren’t important. He always had far more to cope with than was good for him. He was the most civilized man she’d ever met. Not a gentleman, thank goodness, but a gentle man.
She never really knew what it was he did. (…) He tended to drop his clothes into the laundry basket before he eventually came to bed, so she’d only hear later from the laundry girl about the bloodstains and the mud.
(…) There was a Sam Vimes she knew, who went out and came home again, and out there was another Sam Vimes who hardly belonged to her and lived in the same world as all those men with the dreadful names…
Sybil Ramkin had been brought up to be thrifty, thoughtful, genteel in an outdoor sort of way, and to think kindly of people.
She looked at the pictures again, in the silence of the house.
Then she blew her nose loudly and went off to do the packing and other sensible things.
—  From The Fifth Elephant.

Please don’t name your child after a fandom thing unless it’s a real human-sounding name.

Like, naming your child Sarah Jane makes sense, naming your child Romanadvoratrelundar is going to guarantee they will be made fun of by other children.


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Long walk home…

Hello heart, are you broken yet?  Damn it was sad to watch Danse walk home alone. ( and yes, I did follow him home all the way just hanged back a few meters )