Reality has left you reeling. All facts and no feeling. No faith and all fear.

I don’t know why a good man will fall, while a wicked one stands. And our lives blow about, like flags on the land.

Who’s at fault is not important, good intentions lie dormant, and we’re all to blame. While apathy acts like an ally, my enemy and I are one and the same.

I don’t know why the innocents fall, while the monsters still stand. And our lives blow about, like flags on the land.

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Kind words are the music of the world. They have a power which seems to be beyond natural causes, as if they were some angel’s song which had lost its way and come on earth. It seems as if they could almost do what in reality God alone can do—soften the hard and angry hearts of men. No one was ever corrected by a sarcasm—crushed, perhaps, if the sarcasm was clever enough, but drawn nearer to God, never.

Frederick William Faber (via itsallaboutchrist)

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Shine Your light, I want to feel You now, God I need a miracle, so take my heart and make it glow. Shine Your light from the inside out, I want to be more like You. If You are the sun, I want to be the moon.

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the saxophone. i am in awe. thank the Lord for music and creativity and soul and emotion.

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