Almost grown up...

Hope. Faith. Love. Tequila.

No matter how good things are, there will always be solitary nights you spend in your bedroom, in a car, or in a party full of your closest friends when it feels like the walls are caving in.

—Dan Campbell  (via yesdarlingido)

(Source: wordsthat-speak, via freee-spirits)

What is the Bible? Part 68: Wrath and Inclusion

robbellcom:

Today’s question:

tslipscomb said:
Thanks so much for opening up your heart and mind to us. My wife asked me a question today that i wasn’t sure how to respond to and hoping you could give some direction on… Referring to Romans 9, how can a half-way decent God who ‘plans to prosper…

vanityfair:

The Winter of Her Despair 
A symbol of strength for a traumatized nation in the winter of 1963–64, Jacqueline Kennedy was in fact falling apart—grieving and endlessly reliving her husband’s assassination, afflicted with what we’d now call post-traumatic stress disorder. Barbara Leaming, adapting her new biography, uncovers what was known to few outside the former First Lady’s inner circle: the nightmares, the drinking, the suicidal thoughts, but also the unexpected gesture that helped save her sanity.
Read the full story here. 

vanityfair:

The Winter of Her Despair

A symbol of strength for a traumatized nation in the winter of 1963–64, Jacqueline Kennedy was in fact falling apart—grieving and endlessly reliving her husband’s assassination, afflicted with what we’d now call post-traumatic stress disorder. Barbara Leaming, adapting her new biography, uncovers what was known to few outside the former First Lady’s inner circle: the nightmares, the drinking, the suicidal thoughts, but also the unexpected gesture that helped save her sanity.

Read the full story here