"The brain can get sick too."

Re-make of this post.

End mental health stigma.

If you EVER need someone to talk to, my ask is open! Stay strong loves.

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The power of God has not in the least bit been diminished over the past 2000 years. Our Lord still sits on His great throne and His train still fills the temple. He still walks on the wings of the wind, He still rides on the backs of the mighty cherubim, and he still is the Triumphant Champion from Calvary. All hell still bends to His will, and sin and death have lost their hold on all who rest in the shadow of His presence. And the God who calmed storms, raised up dead men to life, and multiplied fishes and loaves to feed thousands is the same God we have today.
Eric Ludy (via foundworthy)
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mostly nature

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Way too powerful an image here…

This speaks volume about the standards expected in society on how one should look. And how young we begin to be bombarded with these standards…

Picture by Meg Gaiger

I can’t remember the amount of times of cried while grabbing at my fat and wishing I could cut it off. It started when I was eight. This picture and the meaning behind it is so, so important.

Danke heutige Gesellschaft. Danke das du so kacke bist.

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I just think that sometimes we dress up Jesus as a doe-eyed haloed white American surfer holding dry-cleaned sheep and he said things like “I love you no matter what” all the time. And while it’s absolutely true that he loves us no matter what, the love of Jesus was absolutely ferocious, life-changing, and heart-rending. Anyone who met Jesus would never, ever be the same. There’s no neutral reaction to him, or else we haven’t met him.
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I don’t want to be
the other half of your soul.
I want to be the one
who reminds you
that you’re already whole.
G.S.,  to: my heart in human form 
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Congratulations to Malala Yousafzai on winning the Nobel Peace prize! Learn more about Yousafzai, who is the youngest nobel laureate at 17-years-old here. 

I got chills when I heard this today on the radio. I am so incredibly happy for her.

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