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This song always gets me pumped up.

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you don’t see the beauty of life in your little cracks and imperfections? you think that only the meaningless and ever-evolving concept of western beauty is something to ascribe to? that’s pretty cringe bro

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I don’t want to hear anyone’s opinion on politics but y’all have to hear mine

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RELIGIOUS TRAUMA SYNDROME

This is a very real thing that up until now, I have never heard of. I myself suffer from this & my family members do too.


No I am not saying religion is bad for everyone, but I am saying when it’s forced upon your life—- it definitely is.

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“Abba Pambo asked Abba Antony, "What am I to do? ” The elder said to him, “Have no confidence in your own righteousness; have no regrets about a past action; get you tongue and your belly under control.”

- Sayings of the Desert Fathers

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Verse of the day: “You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden.

Matthew 5:14

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St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna

From behind, the cathedral is ashen black, as if it has survived a fire sometime in its long life, which started somewhere between the twelfth and fourteenth centuries. But it is only pollution which has corrupted its pure stone. On a rainy evening, this feature completes the haunting aura the church gives off.

This age-old cathedral, standing in all its glory, surviving through the ravages of centuries, could not escape the modern era. It is a reminder that despite being a medieval landmark, the St. Stephen’s cathedral today exists in a metropolis.

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Family bible from the 1800s written in German, used by immigrants to the United States who worked hard in the poor conditions of coal mining towns in Pennsylvania, their hard work was not for nothing as they learned to stay in His presence through their trials. Rest In Peace to all souls who owned this bible.

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Turns out the abbey near me offers a year long on-site internship that covers everything from woodlot management to apiology to book binding to traditional Latin hymn voice training so uh 👀👀👀

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“Ask those souls who love Him with a true love, and they will tell you that in the sorrows of their life their sweetest and truest consolation is to converse lovingly with God.”

- Alphonsus Maria de Liguori.

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