The words of the tongue should have three gatekeepers: Is it true? Is it kind?...– Roma Downey (via alifelivedwell)
thirteenth-wallflower: I want to live in a little cottage covered in ivy, with a white wrought iron fence around it, lined with pink rose bushes, and a cobbled pathway leading up to the front door. There will be a room holding hundreds of books where I can drink tea in the mornings and cuddle up in an old armchair when it’s raining.
Anyone who says they have only one life to live must not know how to read a...– Author Unknown (via cup-of-letters)
Rend your hearts, open your hearts, because only in a broken and open heart can...– Pope Francis (via be-the-change)
Not every child takes instantly to books like a duck to water, but I don’t...– Amanda Craig, If your child won’t read, find another book, The Telegraph (via prettybooks)
Heaven will be a wonderful place. I hope it feels like warm sun soaking into our skin. I hope it smells like fresh wind. I hope it sounds like hundreds of birds chirping with their Creator. I can wait to sit beside Him snd feel is strong arms around me.
As women, we are created to build men up, not tear them down. This doesn’t mean...– Leslie Ludy (via yesdarlingido)