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bombing:

[tries to crowd surf at a TED talk]

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tajgold:

Shooting with Billy Jetson.

Dallas, TX

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When a man and a woman love each other, that thing between them, that bond that doesn’t let them walk away, that’s God. He’s the third part, uniting them, drawing them to one another even when they’d rather cut and run …

That’s why we can hurt one another so badly and then forgive and love again, because God’s changed all the rules and redefined the parameters - it’s His way of doing things.

That’s what marriage is - it’s showing the world how God loves. It’s public and accountable but it’s also passionate and private.

It’s that third thing that knits us all together, that makes sacrifice simple and heroism the new normal. It’s Him that makes a you and a me into an us.

That’s why nothing else in the world is like it. That’s why it feels so powerful and so beautiful and so terrifying, because it’s Him.

—Hermes McCaffrey, Rapunzel Let Down by Regina Doman (via wearefearfullyandwonderfullymade)

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pureblyss:

I want to gracefully let go of the things I thought I wanted for the future and hold fast to whatever God has for me now.

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“It starts with a smile, or a laugh, maybe it’s just the way they view the world, how ever it happens, it becomes a story; I’m still looking for that smile, that wink, or maybe it’ll be just a sigh that will set my world on fire. Whatever it is, I’m looking forward to it.” —T.B. LaBerge // Unwritten Letters to You (via tblaberge)
“I am forgetting the sound of your voice and how I felt for you; this dream was long but I’m waking up.” —T.B. LaBerge (via nineteengoingon20)

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