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How Do I Trust God In Times Of Turmoil?

It was a convergence of questions.  One person asked me if I would teach about trusting God — that, they said, was what they really needed to learn.  1 085 fler ord

Bárdenes Reales, Arguedes (Navarra)

¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡GAME OF THRONES!!!!!!!!!

premieres tonight in USA. Here in Spain we have 24 more hours to wait… The show is so geographically diverse (which can’t be said for race), it’s no wonder they filmed the Fire & Ice season all around Spain.. 407 fler ord


Phillip Medhurst presents 299/392 the James Tissot Jesus c 1896 Ecce Homo - Behold the Man John 19:4-7

By (James) Jacques-Joseph Tissot, French, 1836-1902. Opaque watercolour over graphite on paper. 29.2 x 17.5 cms. Brooklyn Museum New York.

Photogravure from “La Vie de Notre Seigneur Jésus Christ . 12 fler ord


I can’t do anything worthwhile till I’m in my 30s anyway in decadent Berlin with floozies in brothels

I can’t do anything worthwhile till I’m in my 30s anyway, in decadent Berlin, with floozies in brothels, my face is too young, so might as well make use of this pleasant waiting time to write my books telling my story up to now, reappraising, just typing up the backlog. 133 fler ord

Restoration Work is Not for Amateurs

My wife said I could have another beagle if it didn’t shed. So I made one.

Woody stands guard on our back porch where I often read. 470 fler ord

Bible Studies For Life

Friedrich Nietzsche Ecce homo

§ Humour

Humour chracterises much of Nietzsche’s writing, always allowing himself to laugh rather than grow angry at anything. One can see him prancing around, smashing lilies underfoot, uncaring of what sacred cows he throws dirt on. 584 fler ord


argonauts of the ideal

And now, after we have long been on our way in this manner, we argonauts of the ideal, with more daring perhaps than is prudent, and have suffered shipwreck and damage often enough, but are, to repeat it, healthier than one likes to permit us, dangerously healthy, ever again healthy — it will seem to us as if, as a reward, we now confronted an as yet undiscovered country whose boundaries nobody has surveyed yet, something beyond all the lands and nooks of the ideals so far, a world so overrich in what is beautiful, strange, questionable, terrible, and divine that our curiosity as well as our craving to possess it has gotten beside itself — alas, now nothing will sate us any more!

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Mysticism: Quotes