[aggressively sings the hebrew portion of “when you believe”]
"The sin that is most destructive in your life right now is the one you are most defensive about."
Did some scenic hiking this morning. (at Barton Creek Greenbelt)
Hiking face (at Barton Creek Greenbelt)
"Sometimes I wish I could go back in time, sit down with myself and explain that things were going to be okay, that everybody loses ground sometimes and it doesn’t mean anything. It’s the way life works. This is hard to understand in the moment. You get to thinking about the girl who rejected you, the job you got fired from, the test you failed, and you lose sight of the big picture — the fact that life has a beautiful way of remaking itself every few weeks."
— Donald Miller (via nsana
"I saw myself in the mirror; my whole face spattered with blood and hair… I wiped it off with Kleenex… History! … I thought, no one really wants me there. Then one second later I thought, why did I wash the blood off? I should have left it there, let them see what they’ve done… If I’d just had the blood and caked hair when they took the picture … Then later I said to Bobby — what’s the line between history and drama? I should have kept the blood on."
The “Camelot” Interview with T.H. White, November 29, 1963.
Today is the 50th anniversary of JFK’s assasination
Graphs throughout your school career.
Revolutionary thought: being funny and pleasant might not be the highest things to aspire to any longer.