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tblaberge:

pureblyss:

alpinistoamericano:

mcsquishyface:

Sunrise on Mount Katahdin, Maine.

*Adds to bucket list*

Ahhh yes. I want to go so badly.

Almost died on this mountain, good times.

brennanl:

Pacific City, OR

8/15/14

(via lyshaeskro)

But it was Jesus who taught me there was nothing I could really lose if I had Him. He taught me to be palms up, just like He was. Palms up means you have nothing to hide and nothing to gain or lose. Palms up means you are strong enough to be vulnerable, even with your enemies. Even when you have been tremendously wronged. Jesus was palms up, to the end.
by Bob Goff | Love Does (via emily—-e)

(Source: heartbeatofatwentysomething, via stumblingintolove)

kleinemi:

For whatever we lose
(a you or a me)
it’s always ourselves
we find in the sea.
 - E.E. Cummings

(Source: marleens-diary, via ironwavess)

Yes, if accepted as true, these claims are simply the jumping off point for a profoundly intimate relationship with a powerful, loving creator. But when we discourage members of the body of Christ from challenging the status quo or even the fundamentals of our faith, we limit their own discovery of truth. By testing the claims of Christianity, we substantiate them in our own hearts.
by David Dennison (via yesdarlingido)
Femininity is depicted as weakness, the sapping of strength, yet masculinity is so fragile that apparently even the slightest brush with the feminine destroys it.
by Gwen Sharp  (via yesdarlingido)

(via yesdarlingido)

beerstudio:

One of the truest delights was a pint of Guinness with an enormous English breakfast. Many London pubs open early to serve full breakfasts and their bar is open. 
It seems very safe to me to be surrounded by green growing things and water.
by Barbara Kingsolver  (via thatkindofwoman)

(Source: akapearlofagirl, via thatkindofwoman)

van-life:

Model: 4x4 Toyota Chinook
Location:  Pacific City, Oregon
Photo:  Foster Huntington