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About transcendentwhispers:

Beyond the edge of the light, at a place where your laughter and tears have run out, is where your humanity awaits. There you can, perhaps, live in stillness.

The world goes fast, but we go slow here.

About myself:

In my vain moments, I fashion myself as a Curator of Aesthetics. ;) Otherwise, I am female, 23, a thinker and a dreamer, a student, and an amalgamy of forces.

I hope that my tumblr constantly reminds me of the aesthetic of the beauty in reality. Finally, I would be honoured if you would share your thoughts with me.

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artisticmoods:

Anna Mona. By Ahmet Murat Karayilan, Turkey.
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artisticmoods:

Anna Mona. By Ahmet Murat Karayilan, Turkey.

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(via bytheriverintherain)

bienenkiste:

Photographed by Benjamin Lennox for V Magazine Spring 2012

bienenkiste:

Photographed by Benjamin Lennox for V Magazine Spring 2012

“Being humble is not a matter of pretending to be worthless, but is a form of realism, not only regarding the real badness of one’s sins and stupidities and the real depth of one’s dependence on God’s grace, but also regarding the real range of one’s abilities. Humble believers know what they can and cannot do. They note both their gifts and their limitations, and so are able to avoid both the unfaithfulness of letting their God-given powers lie fallow and the foolhardiness of biting off more than they can chew.” — J.I. Packer, A Passion for Faithfulness: Wisdom From the Book of Nehemiah

(Source: joshharris.com, via lufknaht)

commovente:

tell me how
the absence of you can fill a room

V.M., from “Please Do Not Die On Me: A Love Letter”

(via lifeinpoetry)

jean-baptiste courtier. 2013

(Source: jeanbaptistecourtier, via homogaypiens)

“Most of the trouble in the world is caused by people wanting to be important.” — T. S. Eliot (via pennypensees)
hope-movement:

To the drunks, the addicts, the perverts, the victims, the porn stars, the prostitutes, the adulterers, thieves, the obese gluttons, the murderers, the losers, the freaks, the geeks, the red necks, the guys who own action figures, the chain smokers, the men who live with their mothers, the democrats, the republicans, the mormons, the maker of mens spandex bike shorts, the witches, the pot heads, the crack heads, the dead heads and the meth heads, the people who don’t recycle, the rainbow-loving tree-hugging hippies, the religious, the broken, the hurting and the lost.. I have good news for you: Jesus loves you; and though you may be stereotyped now, though you may fall into hurtful, painful and shameful categories now, you will only be branded once more in your life, if you take the hand of Christ, and His label that He sacrificed everything, and paid the price, in order for you to have freely… The label He died, for you to receive reads ‘Forgiven’.

hope-movement:

To the drunks, the addicts, the perverts, the victims, the porn stars, the prostitutes, the adulterers, thieves, the obese gluttons, the murderers, the losers, the freaks, the geeks, the red necks, the guys who own action figures, the chain smokers, the men who live with their mothers, the democrats, the republicans, the mormons, the maker of mens spandex bike shorts, the witches, the pot heads, the crack heads, the dead heads and the meth heads, the people who don’t recycle, the rainbow-loving tree-hugging hippies, the religious, the broken, the hurting and the lost.. I have good news for you: Jesus loves you; and though you may be stereotyped now, though you may fall into hurtful, painful and shameful categories now, you will only be branded once more in your life, if you take the hand of Christ, and His label that He sacrificed everything, and paid the price, in order for you to have freely… The label He died, for you to receive reads ‘Forgiven’.

“Often I have heard people say, “How good God is! We prayed that it would not rain for our church picnic, and look at the lovely weather!” Yes, God is good when He sends good weather. But God was also good when He allowed my sister, Betsie, to starve to death before my eyes in a German concentration camp. I remember one occasion when I was very discouraged there. Everything around us was dark, and there was darkness in my heart. I remember telling Betsie that I thought God had forgotten us. “No, Corrie,” said Betsie, “He has not forgotten us. Remember His Word: “For as the heavens are high above the earth, so great is His steadfast love toward those who fear Him.” … There is an ocean of God’s love available - there is plenty for everyone. May God grant you never to doubt that victorious love - whatever the circumstances.”” —Corrie Ten Boom

(Source: birdonaleash)

wolflion:


CRAWW. Photo by David Short.

wolflion:

CRAWW. Photo by David Short.

(via calantheandthenightingale)

“Dear Nyle,
The first time I remember seeing you, you came with your hair full of wind and sunlight, smelling of autumn and sheep. You didn’t want me here, though you never told me so. You say a lot without talking. That’s the way in your house. You learned it from your grandmother.
You guided me back to health the way you guide your sheep, patiently, gently, in single syllables. You made room for me.
When I was sick, you took care of me. You fed me, you sang to me when you thought I couldn’t hear. I was a stranger, a threat, yet you did these things for me.
You look happiest when you’re outside, with your sheep. You taught me to drive a truck. You taught me to let in the sunlight, to let myself breathe again. You taught me to let go of the things I couldn’t change. You forgave me and accepted me without judging me. You have given me a reason to keep going. There can be no greater impact on a life than that. I thank you, Nyle. I thank you with all my heart.
Forever,
Ezra”
—Phoenix Rising by Karen Hesse

(Source: windsroad)