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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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I’m so glad I met you.

I’m so glad I met you.

(Source: love-is-allegorical, via raindropsandsunspots)

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“As the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without deeds is dead.” —The Bible, James 2:26 (via thelittlephilosopher)

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“Hold up your brush as straight as bamboo; make your characters sit as still as a mountain; guide your strokes and let them ‘blossom’ like beautiful peach-flowers and be unpredictable like the clouds in the sky.” —A Chinese calligraphy teacher (via springswallow)

Faith is not an addendum to our existence, a theological virtue, one among others.

The faith to which we are called is the fundamental energizer of our lives. Authentic faith transforms us; it leads us to sell all and follow the Lord. The idea is not, once again, that everything in the life of the believer is different. The idea is rather that no dimension of life is closed off to the transforming power of the Spirit - since no dimension of life is closed off to the ravages of sin.

But faith, in turn, is only one component in God’s program of redemption. The scope of divine redemption is not just the saving of lost souls but the renewal of life - and more even than that: the renewal of all creation. Redemption is for flourishing.

The Grace that Shaped My Life, Nicholas Wolterstorff.

souqudreams:

Guys, can we like, bring circlets into fashion? They’re so darn pretty!!

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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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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

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