Anonymous asked: How do you deal with singleness? I'm 21 and have never been courted before. It seems that, even in Christian churches and circles, only the most beautiful and most put-together girls receive attention from guys and end up getting married. Young men seem to flock around the prettiest girls. It gets really discouraging.
Maybe happiness didn’t have to be about the big, sweeping circumstances, about...– Ann Brashares, The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants (via outcamethesun)
I’m not certain if it’s better to leave your heart unguarded and chance getting...– Mariah Hand (the-septemberist)
I think the problem simply comes from the inability to just be purely in the...– Simon Amstel (via mchl)
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Anonymous asked: Wow--what serendipity. I wrote down the same verse from Proverbs a few days ago and keep reading it. And somehow I found myself on your site and there it was again. Love your style, great look, great spirit. Tell me about your faith--it's obviously a big part of who you are. I'm a Christian too and have a blog, Cooking + Praying. I've bookmarked yours to keep up with what your...
simply, overjoyed. →
When you have once seen the glow of happiness on the face of a beloved person,...– Albert Camus (via themindscanvas)
Anonymous asked: As a somewhat-new believer, I struggle greatly with self-acceptance... I struggle to comprehend the fact that God loves me for who I am, exactly as I am.. and it's so unbelievably frustrating. Got any advice?
For those who have asked about what position I just accepted: The Independence School: Extended Care Program! I am super excited and I start Tuesday!
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