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I'm in no way perfect; being light and salt the only way I know and can be; "I'm just a nobody telling everybody about Somebody who can save anybody."
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There’s always a silverlining in everything; God’s plan is the silverlining.

There’s always a silverlining in everything; God’s plan is the silverlining.

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He is Risen » Craftberry Bush


Happy Easter!A day to remember the power of love & resurrection!

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He is Risen » Craftberry Bush

Happy Easter!
A day to remember the power of love & resurrection!

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Blessed are you if your laughter means that you have let go in reckless confidence all that shackles you to yesterday, imprisons you in your small self today, and frightens you with the uncertainty of tomorrow. Blessed are you who laugh, because you are free!
~ Brennan Manning, Reflections for Ragamuffins
We are all blind-sided from time to time. Be sad, feel bad, but then pull yourself up and ask, “What’s next?” Once you’ve whimpered awhile, vented, or shed all the tears in your tank, pull yourself together and make an attitude adjustment.
Nick Vujicic, Life Without Limits 

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The strongest people are not those who show strength in front of us but those who win battles we know nothing about.

Humanity tends to compromise happiness with the fear of never having too much. Which do you prefer? Wealth or Joy?

When our basic needs are met, is everything else still considered a need? Contemplate on your wants vs. needs.

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And sometimes I have kept my feelings to myself, because I could find no language to describe them in.

Jane Austen, from Sense and Sensibility (Penguin Classics, 2003)

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Happiness is in the quiet, ordinary things. A table, a chair, a book with a paper-knife stuck between the pages. And the petal falling from the rose, and the light flickering as we sit silent.
Virginia Woolf, The Waves (via petrichour)

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The Human Cost of Electronics:


If you are a smartphone user, this video is for you. The hazardous cost of our electronics is claiming lives in dire working conditions, and guess what we are all part of it - as consumers. Surely, we know where the smartphones can be bought from, but we wouldn’t know in what condition they were made, and most importantly, at what cost. It’s not just the cost of your salary but at the cost of someone’s livelihood and health. Unaware, we as mass-consumers have been ‘duped’ into purchasing our beloved gadgets that are made in such hazardous conditions, As these electronics are increasingly indispensable, all the more that this issue should matter. You can do your part by voicing out against this.

If you have watched the video and you would like to do something about it, you can start by signing this petition here: www.bad-apple.org.
About the campaign: http://www.greenamerica.org/
bad-apple/about.cfm

Please spread the awareness & the love! Thank you!

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A wise person knows when and how to make the exception to every rule… A wise person knows how to improvise… Real-world problems are often ambiguous and ill-defined and the context is always changing. A wise person is like a jazz musician — using the notes on the page, but dancing around them, inventing combinations that are appropriate for the situation and the people at hand. A wise person knows how to use these moral skills in the service of the right aims. To serve other people, not to manipulate other people. And finally, perhaps most important, a wise person is made, not born. Wisdom depends on experience, and not just any experience. You need the time to get to know the people that you’re serving. You need permission to be allowed to improvise, try new things, occasionally to fail and to learn from your failures. And you need to be mentored by wise teachers.

Legendary psychologist Barry Schwartz, author of the enormously stimulating Practical Wisdom: The Right Way to Do the Right Thing, on our loss of wisdom

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Marry a guy who is as smart as you and will challenge you. And can make you laugh. That is the most important.

In Your Hands - Unspoken


So I am laying the weight of all these burdens at Your feet
No more waiting, cause You’ve already won my victories
In Jesus my soul finds rest
Cause I can leave it in Your hands

(Source: littlethingsaboutgod)

  • Teacher: Why did you not study?
  • Me: A year has 365 days for you to study. After taking away 52 Sundays, there are only 313 days left. There are 50 days in the summer that is way too hot to work so there are only 263 days left. We sleep 8 hours a day, in a year, that counts up to 122 days so now we're left with 141 days. If we fooled around for only 1 hour a day, 15 days are gone, so we are left with 126 days. We spend 2 hours eating each day, 30 days are used in this way in the year, and we are left with 96 days in our year. We spend 1 hour a day speaking to friends and family, that takes away 15 days more and we are left with 81 days. Exams and tests take up at least 35 days in your year, hence you are only left with 46 days. Taking off approximately 40 days of holidays, you are only left with 6 days. Say you are sick for a minimum of 3 days, you're left with 3 days in the year to study! Let's say you only go out for 2 days... You're left with 1 day! But that 1 day is your birthday!