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I’m almost never serious, and I’m always too serious. Too deep, too shallow. Too sensitive, too cold-hearted. I’m a collection of paradoxes.
– Ferdinand von Schrubentaufft (via girllookitthatbody-ahh)

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.:Move your body. I don’t care how, but that thing wants to move. It’s made to move. Move for the sake of transportation, for the sake of labor, for the sake of expression, for the sake of feeling something, loving, breathing, laughing, dancing and celebrating life. Just move:.
The sin of religiosity is that it has turned God, peace, happiness, salvation and all that man desires into products to be marketed in especially attractive package deal. In this, I think, the fault lies not with the sincerity of preachers and religious writers, but with the worn-out presuppositions with which they fare content to operate.
– Thomas Merton (1915-1968). Faith And Violence: Theology. (via jondrowe)
Faith means doubt. Faith is not the suppression of doubt. It is the overcoming of doubt, and you overcome doubt by going through it. The man of faith who has never experienced doubt is not a man of faith.
You cannot live for your own pleasure and your own convenience without inevitably hurting and injuring the feelings and interests of practically everybody you meet.
Thomas Merton (The Seven Story Mountain)

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funpoolparty:

“hello its the nineties” seemed to be a common phrase

funpoolparty:

“hello its the nineties” seemed to be a common phrase

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I wish I could write. I get these ideas but I never seem to be able to put them in words.
F. Scott Fitzgerald (via 4mbivalent)

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I’m almost never serious, and I’m always too serious. Too deep, too shallow. Too sensitive, too cold-hearted. I’m a collection of paradoxes.
– Ferdinand von Schrubentaufft (via girllookitthatbody-ahh)

(Source: contramonte, via girllookitthatbody-ahh)

.:Move your body. I don’t care how, but that thing wants to move. It’s made to move. Move for the sake of transportation, for the sake of labor, for the sake of expression, for the sake of feeling something, loving, breathing, laughing, dancing and celebrating life. Just move:.
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The sin of religiosity is that it has turned God, peace, happiness, salvation and all that man desires into products to be marketed in especially attractive package deal. In this, I think, the fault lies not with the sincerity of preachers and religious writers, but with the worn-out presuppositions with which they fare content to operate.
– Thomas Merton (1915-1968). Faith And Violence: Theology. (via jondrowe)
Faith means doubt. Faith is not the suppression of doubt. It is the overcoming of doubt, and you overcome doubt by going through it. The man of faith who has never experienced doubt is not a man of faith.
You cannot live for your own pleasure and your own convenience without inevitably hurting and injuring the feelings and interests of practically everybody you meet.
Thomas Merton (The Seven Story Mountain)

(Source: thepneuma)

funpoolparty:

“hello its the nineties” seemed to be a common phrase

funpoolparty:

“hello its the nineties” seemed to be a common phrase

(Source: fruitygal, via 90s90s90s)

I wish I could write. I get these ideas but I never seem to be able to put them in words.
F. Scott Fitzgerald (via 4mbivalent)

(via thegirlandherbooks)

wild.

wild.

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"I’m almost never serious, and I’m always too serious. Too deep, too shallow. Too sensitive, too cold-hearted. I’m a collection of paradoxes."
".:Move your body. I don’t care how, but that thing wants to move. It’s made to move. Move for the sake of transportation, for the sake of labor, for the sake of expression, for the sake of feeling something, loving, breathing, laughing, dancing and celebrating life. Just move:."
"The sin of religiosity is that it has turned God, peace, happiness, salvation and all that man desires into products to be marketed in especially attractive package deal. In this, I think, the fault lies not with the sincerity of preachers and religious writers, but with the worn-out presuppositions with which they fare content to operate."
"Faith means doubt. Faith is not the suppression of doubt. It is the overcoming of doubt, and you overcome doubt by going through it. The man of faith who has never experienced doubt is not a man of faith."
"You cannot live for your own pleasure and your own convenience without inevitably hurting and injuring the feelings and interests of practically everybody you meet."
"I wish I could write. I get these ideas but I never seem to be able to put them in words."

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I'm Kenzie. I love words & writing them down. I usually create awkward silences, and also enjoy them once created. I like people watching, parks, music, mountains, travels, and old films. I tell long stories with many detours. I enjoy: sunshine, the smell of icy hot, wit, sarcasm, friends, foreign accents, Jesus, water, male ice skaters, long road trips alone, poetry, thunderstorms, and good grammar. Most of my heroes of the past have committed suicide; maybe that is why I also am majoring in psychology.

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