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sariady:

cape lookout state park, oregon.
july 2014.

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bluepueblo:

Country Lane, Cork, Ireland

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nonelikejesus:

🌿// #vsco #northwestisbest

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reefmagazine:

July’s Faces

Always wanted a self portrait of yourself?

Our lovely writer Kenzy is choosing 5 lucky readers who reblog this and will be drawing a portrait of them.

All you have to do is reblog this picture as many times as you want and on the first of August, Kenzy will be picking the lucky winners!

But don’t worry if you don’t get chosen. Kenzy will be doing these monthly so you can enter each month! 

P.S This picture belongs to the lovely artist Ruby! You can check out her blog here !

Much Love xx

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maddieonthings:

Hay Summer! 🌊

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ohhellokelsey:

#shorthairnocare #returnofthefringe

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1000teacups:

St Fangus (by somehowlou)

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The more we lay down our lives and our control … the more true life we will offer and receive.
—Stasi Eldredge (via littlethingsaboutgod)

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lifefreedom28:

Anna Karina and Jean-Paul Belmondo on the set of “Pierrot le fou” directed by Jean-Luc Godard

France 1965

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pradanedehaan:

matt hitt by ethan green

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h0neycomb:

“I think the most amazing fact I learned was that they have a part of the brain that we don’t have—a part that we can’t even identify. This suggests that they sense, understand, and even feel more than we do. It still blows me away to think about it.”—Gabriela Cowperthwaite, Director of Blackfish

This looks like Hood Canal. I can’t wait for Washington.

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I’ve always had trouble with this idea of “hearing from God.” I always side-eye those super A+ put-together Christians who were hearing from God every week, and somehow I was outside the door of some secret club where God was throwing around fortune cookies full of His life-changing secrets.

Let’s consider that God does speak to us every week. Let’s consider photosynthesis, the spinning of atoms, the burning of stars, the breath we just breathed, your child’s messy drawing, the twitching of your neurons to fire off emotions, a hug from your best friend. Let’s consider the sustaining of our molecules, which is purely by His grace. Let’s see all we are missing when our eyes are locked on a screen when the world is unrolling around us, as God makes His glory known through nature and coincidence. Let’s consider Christ, who is God’s spoken word and His very own glorious radiance (Hebrews 1:2-3). Let’s consider that God is already within the silence, and that even when we do not “feel” Him, God is okay with this too.
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