kvtes:

tatedruckerphoto:

Uganda{by tatedruckerphoto} 

sweet and precious baby.
my-dear-moon:

mandi nelson photography.

He talked about how he sees God in the rhythm of music. In a song he performed on the violin, he remarked on how the bass line seemed to disappear, but that was because it was leading to the most beautiful part of the song. And such as in life: When God may seem distant, He is leading to something beautiful beyond the darkness. The rhythm may be quiet, but it’s what we build our life on. We can’t have music without it. 

(Source: rising-stone, via yesdarlingido)


witanddelight:

Beloved pair of @martinianoshoes, also known as my favorite pair of geriatric jazz slippers. From @shopmille ❤️
pureblyss:

…Lord, I feel it. Prone to leave the God I love.
Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself.
- Rumi (via emotional-algebra)

(via mollyinkenya)


treasuresandtravels:

July is… A Month Of Beaches!!! And we’re super excited about it! See more of these amazing photos by @kirsive on the blog today // link on profile // #amonthofbeaches #beach #summer #sunset #wreckbeach
The other gods were strong, but Thou was weak.
They rode, but Thou didst stumble at a throne.
But to our wounds only God’s wounds can speak,
And not a god has wounds but Thou alone.
- Edward Shilito, from “Jesus of the Scars

africantea:

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