To remember: - Your future is secure. - Dont text him. He doesn’t care about you. - Eat less food that makes you feel like garbage. - Paint more. - Pray more. - Don’t retaliate. You’re better than that. - Drink more water. - Watch more New Girl. - Your true friends love you. - You don’t need to impress anyone. - Memorize more Psalms. - Be yourself. - Relax.
I’m rearranging my room and none of my ideas are working but I’m in too deep to stop so I have to figure it all out or I’ll go crazy.
I just want to not have like any furniture but my bed in my room, but since I’m stuck living with my mom I don’t like to do art projects and all that stuff in other parts of the house- I like to be alone for that- I feel like i need to keep all my stuff in my own room.
I just want my own apartment so I can have a living room and a place to keep my stuff that’s not my bedroom.
This is one of the hardest pity parties I’ve had in quite some time and I hate it.
“I think hope is not simply looking around and saying that everything’s great – that’s just ridiculous. For hope to have substance, it has to acknowledge the pain. But hope is saying that’s not the final story. It’s not saying pain doesn’t exist, but it’s saying there’s not a period at the end of that sentence. It’s still being written.”—Tim Foreman, Switchfoot (via outcamethesun)
Complimentarianism is like a dance. You have one who leads, and one who follows, yet both are equal and without their participation the dance would fall apart. When the man doesn’t lead properly, the women in the dance may step on his foot, and if the woman doesn’t follow properly in the dance, he may trip over her. When both members work together, one leading and one following, the dance is beautiful, it is elegant, and neither is lesser than the other.
Godly marriages are like a dance, and they are quite beautiful because of it.
“Therefore a man leaves his father and his mother and clings to his wife, and they become one flesh." Genesis 2:24
Let’s continue to see marriage as a dance. A man is dancing by himself and starts to notice that woman is dancing to a similar beat. They continue to dance and get to know how each other moves, until they begin to dance the same dance. They move so effortlessly and fluidly together, until the two dancers almost appear as one. Their minds, wills, and goals are aligned in such a way you can’t tell where one dancer begins and the other ends. The two dancers now seem to dance as one unified dancer.