What shall I call you when I am cross? Mrs. Darcy?No… You may only call me Mrs. Darcy when you arecompletely and perfectly and incandescently happy.

What shall I call you when I am cross? Mrs. Darcy?

No… You may only call me Mrs. Darcy when you are
completely and perfectly and incandescently happy.

somepretty-things:

p1nkm4n:

accidentally woke up at 4 but i watched the sunrise

beautiful

somepretty-things:

p1nkm4n:

accidentally woke up at 4 but i watched the sunrise

beautiful

gambler-x:

disneydear:

I will never let myself scroll past a picture of Walt and not reblog it. I feel like I’d be dishonoring him, and he’s just done so much for me that it’s just not right.

Mr. Disney

gambler-x:

disneydear:

I will never let myself scroll past a picture of Walt and not reblog it. I feel like I’d be dishonoring him, and he’s just done so much for me that it’s just not right.

Mr. Disney

image

darkerskies:

There is nothing more beautiful than watching the sunset after a long hard day and knowing that the world is still full of beautiful things and tomorrow is a fresh start

alwaysdownandout:

The season of leg shaving is upon us.

everythingexceptrapandcountry:

don’t talk to boys who aren’t nice to their mothers

"We must never confuse the positive things that America does with the kingdom of God, for the kingdom of God is not centered on being morally, politically, or socially positive relative to other versions of the kingdom of the world. Rather, the kingdom of God is centered on being beautiful, as defined by Jesus Christ dying on a cross for those who crucified him. To promote law, order, and justice is good, and we certainly should do all we can to support this. But to love enemies, forgive transgressors, bless persecutors, serve sinners, accept social rejects, abolish racist walls, share resources with the poor, bear the burden of neighbors, suffer with the oppressed — all the while making no claims to promote oneself — this is beautiful; this is Christ-like. Only this, therefore, is distinct kingdom-of-God activity." Greg Boyd, The Myth of a Christian Nation, pg. 103  (via yesdarlingido)

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