cereal milk

So I go talk to the Rev tomorrow about baptism and things. I can’t even think about it ahhhh too many feelings

ohzeitgeist:

The Episcopal Church most days


omg

ohzeitgeist:

The Episcopal Church most days


omg

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"Being a Christan is less about cautiously avoiding sin than about courageously and actively doing God’s will."
- Dietrich Bonhoeffer  (via coveredinsecurity)

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Journal, 2008

Journal, 2008

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It’s time to let yourself know what you know

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bible verse in my journal, 2008. With moon alphabet and a photo from an old encyclopedia

bible verse in my journal, 2008. With moon alphabet and a photo from an old encyclopedia

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Work from a collaborative project with (OvO) in 2008.

Work from a collaborative project with (OvO) in 2008.

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canonizedandotherwise:

Rabbouni!
"Every man takes the limits of his own field of vision for the limits of the world."
- Arthur Schopenhauer, Studies in Pessimism: The Essays (via liquidnight)

my self is breaking apart. I walk around in a daze & don’t know what to eat or why. food is strange & I cut my hair off with old scissors and no mirror while absently watching TV. I need to talk to a professional about things that have happened to me. I need to keep moving forward with the good things in my life that make once stagnant waters move again. But as the waters clear I can see the dead bodies below. They come to the surface and look into me

Another universe. 2008

Another universe. 2008

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"Among the mystics of the Christian tradition, this journey metaphor crops up again and again, in a variety of ways- not only in the idea of traveling long distances, but in even more humble imagery like running a race, climbing a ladder, or exploring a castle….while Irish poet and spiritual author John O’Donohue played the contrarian and insisted: "If there were a spiritual journey, it would be only a quarter inch long"! He went on to tip his hat to Emerson, noting that "the eternal is at home- within you."…..Emerson and O’Donohue are right, of course: this journey is in large measure an inner trek, a quest to find the mysteries at the heart of the universe, paradoxically nestled within the heart of your own soul."

- Carl McColman, Answering the Contemplative Call

Some large vertebra. 2008

Some large vertebra. 2008

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Currently readingA similar cover to the previous book post, but a very different sort of book

Currently reading
A similar cover to the previous book post, but a very different sort of book

currently reading

currently reading