“While I can’t have you, I long for you. I am the kind of person who would miss a train or a plane to meet you for coffee. I’d take a taxi across town to see you for ten minutes. I’d wait outside all night if I thought you would open the door in the morning. If you call me and say ‘Will you…’ my answer is ‘Yes’, before your sentence is out. I spin worlds where we could be together. I dream you.” —Jeanette Winterson (via seabois)
When i was on a train in France one time, it was just a track going through a MASSIVE lake, and there were houses dotted on islands there too, it was EXACTLY like Spirited Away. An amazing place!
“We are haunted by the ghosts of the “what if’s” who live in the shadows of the “if only’s.” They accuse us, torment us, tempt us to abandon the freedom we have in Christ…But, if we still ourselves, if we let Him calm us, focus us, equip us for the day…He will give us hope- hope that stretches us (where worry bent us) and faith – faith that sustains us (where greed smothered us) and love – love that is at the bottom of our deepest desires, the loss of which is at the root of all our fears.” — Rich Mullins, The Sound and The Worry (via breanna-lynn)
“Loneliness is a feeling, so I let the feeling be and do what it does. Sometimes it hangs around for a while, and sometimes not. Trying to push it away or figure it out feeds it.” —Henri Junttila (via mustanggina)
“As Christians, the most important question in every circumstance is not what do I want, what do I think, why do I need, what do I feel? The question is always this: what would glorify God? What would show love, obedience, & trust in God. How can we respond, react in such a way that He would be pleased and honored because THEN we always end up with the right answer.” —Mark Driscoll (via littlethingsaboutgod)
“And once the storm is over, you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t even be sure, whether the storm is really over. But one thing is certain. When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about…” —Haruki Murakami (via outcamethesun)
My mom carried me for nine months. She felt sick for those months with nausea, then she watched her feet swell & her skin stretch. She teared. She struggled to climb stairs, she got breathless quickly and she even suffered many sleepless nights. She then went through excruciating pain to bring me into this world. Then, she became my nurse, my chef, my maid, my chauffeur, my biggest fan, my teacher & my best friend. She's struggled for me, cried over me, hoped the best for me and prayed for me. Most of us take our mom for granted. Reblog if you love your mom more than anything else in the world.