Daily Grace

questions are a kind of love    // I used to want to fix people, but now I just want to be with them. //

raindears:

table rock, laguna beach

yaaa summer

(via unelatteetunlivre)

— 2 months ago with 2261 notes
shesgonelalaa:

That time we (illegally) slept on the beach & woke up to this.
Pentax K1000

shesgonelalaa:

That time we (illegally) slept on the beach & woke up to this.

Pentax K1000

(via aimlessly-exploring)

— 2 months ago with 237637 notes
"But what we really need is God. What we really need is somebody who loves us so much we don’t worry about death, about our hair thinning, about other drivers pulling in front of us on the road, about whether people are poor or rich, ugly or good-looking, about whether we are feeling lonely or about whether or not we are wearing clothes. We need this; we need this so we can love other people purely and not for selfish gain, we need this so we can see everybody as equals, we need this so our relationships can be sincere, we need this so we can stop kicking ourselves around, we need this so we can lose all self-awareness and find ourselves for the first time, not by realizing some dream, but by being told who we are by the only Being who has the authority to know, by that I mean the Creator."
Donald Miller, Searching for God Knows What
— 2 months ago with 4 notes
man-and-camera:

North Cascades National Park V ➾ Luke Gram

man-and-camera:

North Cascades National Park V ➾ Luke Gram

(via taybridges)

— 2 months ago with 9279 notes

takemetomountains:

The wild, unrestricted love of God is not simply an inspiring idea. When it imposes itself on mind and heart with the stark reality of ontological truth, it determines why and at what time you get up in the morning, how you pass your evenings, how you spend your weekends, what you read, and who you hang with; it affects what breaks your heart, what amazes you, and what makes your heart happy. 

Brennan ManningThe Furious Longing of God, pg.75

— 3 months ago with 456 notes
This is Abby. I got the pleasure of working with her this past year and along with that, getting to know her heart. And let me tell you, she is one of the most intentional, authentic, and lovely people I know. To the seniors graduating this month: If you’re feeling sad about leaving and what it is going to be like making new friends because you feel like you know such awesome people, you’re right. You do know some really wonderful people. But the good news is that God isn’t done putting wonderful people in your life. He isn’t done giving you wonderful friendships and teaching you wonderful things and taking you on wonderful adventures. There are Abbys out there for you to meet too. And yes, they might be named Stephanie or Jonathan or Phil or Jake or Christy, but God will bring them in at just the perfect time and you might not even know it. 

This is Abby. I got the pleasure of working with her this past year and along with that, getting to know her heart. And let me tell you, she is one of the most intentional, authentic, and lovely people I know. To the seniors graduating this month: If you’re feeling sad about leaving and what it is going to be like making new friends because you feel like you know such awesome people, you’re right. You do know some really wonderful people. But the good news is that God isn’t done putting wonderful people in your life. He isn’t done giving you wonderful friendships and teaching you wonderful things and taking you on wonderful adventures. There are Abbys out there for you to meet too. And yes, they might be named Stephanie or Jonathan or Phil or Jake or Christy, but God will bring them in at just the perfect time and you might not even know it. 

— 3 months ago with 2 notes