“The truth of the matter is, we all come to prayer with a tangled mass of motives- altruistic and selfish, merciful and hateful, loving and bitter. Frankly, this side of eternity will never unravel the good from the bad, the pure from the impure. But what I have come to see is that God is big enough to receive us with all our mixture. We do not have to be bright, or pure, or filled with faith, or anything. That is what grace means, and not only are we saved by grace, we live by it as well. And we pray by it.”
—Richard Foster, Seeking the Kingdom (via longvividdreams)
(Source: breanna-lynn, via longvividdreams)
never fall apart
because there isn’t
a soul around
who is capable of
putting you back together
without stealing a few pieces.
Try praying, nothing fancy, just two rakaat.
Ice cream cake afterwards wouldn’t hurt either.
When you stop wanting something,
it will wait until you
are your happiest
before it knocks on your door.
Some day my princess will come