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sunflower fields forever

Uzés, France

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❝ Jesus ate forbidden meals with tax collectors and women and all those considered riffraff by the customs of the day. He was not afraid to touch the untouchable and to cleanse the unclean. People were irresistibly drawn to him, and his healing energy provided a steady stream of hope and compassion for those who thirsted for the simplest of human needs. Encounters with hypocrisy filled him with anger, and the sight of suffering moved him to compassion. The kingdom of God as we witness Jesus living it is about responsible and caring relationships, ones that come out of a bigger story than Jesus’ listeners were accustomed to hearing. ❞
— Judy Cannato
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We kayaked and cliff jumped and ran around on a Roman aqueduct that was built in 50ish AD. Pretty neat, eh.

Pont du Gard, Uzés, France

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The ends that one will go to jump five feet higher than the cliff already is.

Pont du Gard, France

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Welcome to the south of France, where wine is available by the jug. For 14 euro I might add.

Uzés, France

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hoekage:

the main thing i look forward to in life is raising dogs w/ someone i love

❝ Grace is wild. Grace unsettles everything. Grace overflows the banks. Grace messes up your hair. Grace is not tame. ❞
— Doug Wilson (via kvtes)

It’s the rhythm of the Southbound Train…

Normandy —> Paris —> Avignon

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❝ This is an important lesson to remember when you’re having a bad day, a bad month, or a shitty year: Things will change. You won’t feel this way forever. And anyway, sometimes the hardest lessons to learn are the ones your soul needs the most. I believe you can’t feel real joy unless you’ve felt heartache. You can’t have a sense of victory unless you know what it means to fail. You can’t know what it’s like to feel holy until you know what it’s like to feel really fucking evil, and you can’t be birthed again until you’ve died. ❞
If You Have to Cry, Go Outside: and Other Things Your Mother Never Told You by Kelly Cutrone   (via unlively)

Here’s some random, silly images from yesterday and today. Cheers, Normandy, you’ve been good to us. Onto the South tomorrow.

Deauville/Honfleur, Normandy, France

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latimespast:

"The greatest continuing news story in the history of man has begun," The Times declared on June 6, 1944, better known as D-day. The declaration came not in the text of the story on the front page, but in the box you see at the bottom. It promised "the detailed story of the invasion, complete with all the available maps and pictures," delivered with "speed, thoroughness and accuracy."

You can see how some of that coverage played out in the days that followed here, and here are photos of people reading the front page you see above.

- Laura E. Davis

❝ Find someone that doesn’t just plant flowers in the worst part of you, but waters the dead ones ❞
— Violum  (via galahxies)
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