in Your unending love ♥


for at just the right time Christ will be revealed from heaven by the blessed and only almighty God, the King of all kings and Lord of all lords. - 1 Tim 6:15

the name's diane, or my friends call me 'dee'.

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i believe in love; and i believe that God is love.

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you make me smile so hard, my heart feels like it’s going to burst.

“A pastor friend of mine once asked me, “Judah, do you know any pimps?”
“Um, no?” I was a bit confused about where this conversation was going.
“Do you know any drug dealers?”
“Any crackheads?”
“I don’t think so.”
“Any exotic dancers?”
“How about any prostitutes?”
“Of course not!” I was a bit indignant now, as if he was trying to indict me somehow. He got a sad look on his face.
“Neither do I,” he said. “I think that’s part of the problem.””

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The last word…

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Dark and twisty isn’t a flaw!

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In the everyday world, we do not just accept a lack of ultimate exactitude with a melancholic shrug, but we constantly employ such inexactitude in our relations with other people. Our relations with others also require a principle of tolerance. We encounter other people across a gray area of negotiation and approximation. Such is the business of listening and the back and forth of conversation and social interaction.


The relationship between humans and nature and humans and other humans can take place only within a certain play of tolerance. Insisting on certainty, by contrast, leads ineluctably to arrogance and dogma based on ignorance.


In reflecting on what Auschwitz teaches us about the dangers of certainty, Simon Critchley reminds us that uncertainty is not only essential to science, the core of the creative spirit, and the key to happiness, but also the root of peace and tolerance.

Pair with Alan Watts on how to make peace with uncertainty

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“To me, my Christian faith is all about being held, comforted, forgiven, strengthened, and loved—yet somehow that message gets lost on most of us, and we tend only to remember the religious nutters or the God of endless school assemblies. This is no one’s fault, it is just life. Our job is to…

“I do not need someone to complete me
but if you wanted to
we could walk next to each other
into whatever is coming next.”

If our generation understand what it means to love how God commanded, loving God and loving people, then we change the world. Joel Houston

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Quit Stuff


By Bob Goff

"Every Thursday, I quit something,” Goff says. It’s one of his more infamous habits, one that he follows faithfully—and, often, dramatically. He’s been known to break apartment leases, throw out furniture and quit jobs. “You can quit cussing if you want,” he says, “but go a little…