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pinkpanthress:

West Loop Loft (Click for more Interiorgasmic Images)

I love the whole place!

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brotherstories:

"Undress"- Penny & Sparrow

Over the past 3 years, I have posted hundreds and hundreds of songs. Some new. Some old. Some of them painted in chords of sadness and defeat. Others bathed in deep breaths and slow, patient words. 

But nothing has come close to describing my affection for these two. I’ve spent evenings on their back porch and mornings sharing cups of coffee. I’ve laughed until my face hurts and danced until I was sore. I’ve had more honest conversations and genuine words than I can count. Andy and Kyle remain the most important folks in my life- and today is a big day. Their sophomore album “Struggle Pretty” has officially hit iTunes

If my music recommendations hold any stock in your book, check this one out. Dissect the words and pick apart the harmonies. Have it playing as the soundtrack for first dates and 10 year anniversaries. For hard conversations and roadtrip sunsets. For moving forward and letting go. 

You’re in for quite a treat, friends.

Cheers.

gah they are so amazing.

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" Emerging adults are determined to be free. But they do not know what is worth doing with their freedom. They work very hard to stand on their own two feet. But they do not really know where they ought to go and why, once they are standing. They lack larger visions of what is true and real and good… . Many know that there must be something more, and they want it. Many are uncomfortable with their inability to make truth statements and moral claims without killing them with the death of a thousand qualifications. But they do not know what to do about that, given the crisis of truth and values that has destabilized their culture. And so they simply carry on as best they can, as sovereign, autonomous, empowered individuals who lack a reliable basis for any particular conviction or direction by which
to guide their lives. "

- Christian Smith (via sousdey)

^ this is from another Reality San Fran sermon. I’m tellin’ ya. Get. Acquainted.

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Angry Mountain 1 - © Ralph Aiken | ᶹᶥᶳᶸᵃᶩᶳ

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lesleylloyd:

there’s a lot of “wait” going around and i don’t believe in signs or coincidence. 
i’m going to claim this.

mhm girl.

" Even if you’re in a season of difficulty or confusion, know that you are exactly where you are supposed to be. The chapter you’re in is a part of a much greater story. Though you wish you could peer into future chapters, know that in the end, He prevails, and if you are His child, you do too. The story always has a happy ending for those in Christ. Trust the struggle and know that He has not abandoned you. He is sitting with you in the pain and no rest can be found apart from Him. "

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LB (via yesdarlingido)

Lauren you are speaking right to me soul

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"

Waiting is a movement. People who wait have received a promise that allows them to wait. They have received something that is at work in them, like a seed that has started to grow. This is very important. We can only really wait if what we are waiting for has already begun for us. So waiting is never a movement from nothing to something. It is always a moving from something to something more.

Waiting is also active. Most of us think of waiting as something very passive, a hopeless state determined by events totally out of our hands. But none of this passivity marks the waiting in scripture. It is active, because in our waiting we know that something is growing from the ground on which we are standing. Active waiting means to be fully present to the moment in a conviction that something is happening where you are and you want to be present to it.

"

- Henry Nouwen, “A Spirituality of Waiting” (via yesdarlingido)

this is EXACTLY where I am and God bless this evening with great words

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