Let your love know no bounds

burrgerking:

someday i wish to be someone’s most important person

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Anonymous (via bl-ossomed)

(Source: fallingthoughtsandfallingstars, via faith-and-serendipity)

I hope there are days when you fall in love with being alive.
Anonymous asked: I wish I could be skinny like you :(


Answer:

letloveprosper:

chelsieautumn:

One day I won’t be this skinny. Will that make me less beautiful? How heartbreaking if our beauty is confined to words like skinny, curvy, tall, voluptuous, hot, or sexy. Those are words and words like this are flat and never tell the whole story. Bodies change and vary and are unique. I won’t always look the way I look…and because of that, I can’t ever base my worth off of my physical appearance…and neither can you.

Recognize the beauty of your spirit instead. Your physical body will change, it will shrivel up, it will wrinkle, it will die. Mine will too. Physical beauty will mean nothing then. What will matter is the way you giggle, the twinkle in your eye when you understand contentment, the warmth others feel when they speak with you, and the love you radiate when you walk in a room. Cultivate those things. I promise there are millions of things about you that are beautiful…don’t ever trade them in for a physical attribute that will try and make you flat and one dimensional. You are not one dimensional. You are life itself. Your spirit is lovely and smart and passionate and daring, sweet friend. Don’t forget it.

Yes.

this is beautiful.

2 Corinthians 12:9 (via kingnycjohnson)

(Source: KingNycJohnson, via stumblingintolove)

But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly of my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ may rest upon me.