“You know, the Bible doesn’t teach us to be defensive in relationships. It doesn’t tell us to protect your heart and be extra cautious ‘cause you don’t know who’s going to betray you, who’s going to leave you, no it doesn’t say anything like that, it just says love. And it says love always trusts. And it always tells us to forgive; forgive means they’re going to wrong you first and then you’re gonna forgive. And then go back up and trust again. That’s what the Bible says about our relationships. It never says, ‘No, close your heart ‘cause you’re going to get hurt. Be protective. Protect your own heart.’ No, it never says that. It says, ’Get hurt, I will heal you, I’ll restore things, reconciliation is for you, and then get back up and love again. Trust again. Go belong to that group again.’ That’s how the word of God teaches us.”
Myunghwa Choi, ”Loneliness Unmasked” sermon (via breanna-lynn)(via chelseaanalise)
“Femininity is depicted as weakness, the sapping of strength, yet masculinity is so fragile that apparently even the slightest brush with the feminine destroys it.”
Gwen Sharp (via fortunatelight)(via chelseaanalise)
“You find somebody you like and you roll the dice. That’s all anybody can do.”
Ron Swanson (via rainydaysandblankets)(via fluffylighter)
But the more I study for the LSAT the more I realize legally blond is a sham. What is this test doing to me?!