hope-movement:

l e t . J e s u s . d e a l . w i t h . y o u r . p a s t . b e f o r e . y o u r . p a s t . d e a l s . w i t h . y o u r . f u t u r e // many of the things that happen to us in life are like bruises or scratches to our spirits, but every once in a while we experience a deep wound, or a serious injury to our spirit; and unfortunately, we cannot keep ourselves from getting hurt. a scratch or a bruise will leave us black in negativity, or blue with discouragement, but generally we know they will eventually heal with a little time.. However, greater injuries such as breaks or fractures or wounds that need stitches, are not so easily healed; they need to be tended to by a professional, someone who understands the nature of the injury, and how to heal it efficiently; sometimes it needs to be tended to regularly to assure it is healing properly; these wounds can often take time. too often we allow our wounds that need to be treated by a professional (Jesus) to remain open, raw and aching. preventing us from functioning properly within our present, and being able to step into our futures whole heartedly, because we are in a sense, disabled by the hurts we are choosing to cover over. often by refusing to acknowledge our past wounds, we build up the very infections satan desires us to; such as bitterness, resentment and anger, which spreads through the body; rendering it broken and unusable; and positioning us right where satan wants us. however, Christ is all about overcoming obstacles, rising above our circumstances, and not letting things get us down; and following Him is all about making stepping stones out of stumbling blocks. it’s about being healed in body and mind through faith, and becoming whole through His love, and becoming free from the bondage of bitterness and resentment through His Word and prayer. it’s about letting Jesus resolve and override problems carried over from the past by the renewing and transforming of our mind (Romans 12:2). your future is worth the acknowledgement and treatment of your brokenness; search your heart today (Lamentations 3:40); and let Jesus deal with the wounds of your past.Instagram: @_jacintanest // @littlekinta

hope-movement:

l e t . J e s u s . d e a l . w i t h . y o u r . p a s t . b e f o r e . y o u r . p a s t . d e a l s . w i t h . y o u r . f u t u r e // many of the things that happen to us in life are like bruises or scratches to our spirits, but every once in a while we experience a deep wound, or a serious injury to our spirit; and unfortunately, we cannot keep ourselves from getting hurt. a scratch or a bruise will leave us black in negativity, or blue with discouragement, but generally we know they will eventually heal with a little time.. However, greater injuries such as breaks or fractures or wounds that need stitches, are not so easily healed; they need to be tended to by a professional, someone who understands the nature of the injury, and how to heal it efficiently; sometimes it needs to be tended to regularly to assure it is healing properly; these wounds can often take time. too often we allow our wounds that need to be treated by a professional (Jesus) to remain open, raw and aching. preventing us from functioning properly within our present, and being able to step into our futures whole heartedly, because we are in a sense, disabled by the hurts we are choosing to cover over. often by refusing to acknowledge our past wounds, we build up the very infections satan desires us to; such as bitterness, resentment and anger, which spreads through the body; rendering it broken and unusable; and positioning us right where satan wants us. however, Christ is all about overcoming obstacles, rising above our circumstances, and not letting things get us down; and following Him is all about making stepping stones out of stumbling blocks. it’s about being healed in body and mind through faith, and becoming whole through His love, and becoming free from the bondage of bitterness and resentment through His Word and prayer. it’s about letting Jesus resolve and override problems carried over from the past by the renewing and transforming of our mind (Romans 12:2). your future is worth the acknowledgement and treatment of your brokenness; search your heart today (Lamentations 3:40); and let Jesus deal with the wounds of your past.

Instagram: @_jacintanest // @littlekinta



me: yes i speak that language
me: no not that part

fleurdulys:

La maison du garde forestier - Gustav Klimt
1912

fleurdulys:

La maison du garde forestier - Gustav Klimt

1912

(via painting-the-r0ses)


itsghadza:

thee-arabella:

bambiniola:

fluvex:

Robin Williams will be missed. 

yall need this on your blogs

:(

😢😢

itsghadza:

thee-arabella:

bambiniola:

fluvex:

Robin Williams will be missed. 

yall need this on your blogs

:(

😢😢

(via painting-the-r0ses)


Close your eyes.
From Hook to Jumanji to Dead Poet’s Society
With wonder and fantasy and passion
Your joy became watercolor poetry that filled
in the sun and made people everywhere
believe in themselves and believe in life.
We’ve seen you weep and stand on a desk to view the world differently.
We’ve seen you fight for what you wanted and desired.
Maybe these were just characters, but you brought them to life.
I don’t know your middle name or your wife’s name or how you felt the first moment you realized you were famous or the first time you felt alive,
but I know you were sixty-three when you felt the desks collapse and
the walls close in and suddenly we remembered you were fighting a battle, too.
Suddenly we feel an absence we hadn’t felt before.
Suddenly we feel a sadness we do not know how to describe.
We’re all fighting battles and we realize that with your passing
and we’re sorry you had to leave.
You made us laugh and you made us weep and you made
us stand in our movie theatre seats and raise our fists to a life worth living.
OH CAPTAIN, MY CAPTAIN, we will remember you.

(via girlwithgod)




Q
What do you find so beautiful about swedish? do you have a swedish friend or why did you started to learn about Sweden?
A

wordsinswedish:

Hello, I can’t explain what makes a language beautiful. I think it’s just the way it flows that’s quite pleasant to my ears. I think I also associate it with a lot of good things because I love Swedish music and movies, so that’s why I started learning it :)