I like to peek through fences. Sometimes you get cool views of things you didn’t expect.
Come let’s fall in love again, let’s turn all the dirt in this world to shiny gold.
where science meets faith
Pretty sure Luke 10:37 doesn’t say go and believe likewise…
- light those
- stab this
- carve that
- shake jar
- say the thing
6. Knock pans together
8. Collect items that are completely useless but you need them anyways.
|—||I saw this gem on Reddit tonight. It was posted under a topic of “What ‘little’ things you can do to improve your relationship with your significant other.” I’m definitely taking this piece of advice with me into my next relationship. (via blakebaggott) added note: this is useful in ALL relationships, not just romantic ones! (via edrecoveryprobs)|
The Aneristic Principle is that of apparent order; the Eristic Principle is that of apparent disorder. Both order and disorder are man made concepts and are artificial divisions of pure chaos, which is a level deeper than is the level of distinction making. With our concept-making apparatus called “the brain” we look at reality through the ideas-about-reality which our cultures give us. The ideas-about-reality are mistakenly labeled “reality” and unenlightened people are forever perplexed by the fact that other people, especially other cultures, see “reality” differently.