From one drifting soul to another...

Thoughts and sharing stuff I find interesting
Taking notes about life


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rcn88:

I run everyday…… to class, at 7:55 am

rcn88:

I run everyday…… to class, at 7:55 am

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I’ve Always Struggled With The Old Testament Laws

jpmlndz:

You know, the ones that say don’t wear clothes of mixed fabrics, don’t have sex with your mom, no bacon, and kill the homosexuals. Just because there are a few of those that I like, and quite a bit more that I most certainly do not like. But, Ken Ham made an interesting point last night during the debate, that I don’t think he meant to make.

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I agree with him and you. I think the historic laws you’ve pointed out, like not eating pork (etc.), deal with things people at the time didn’t know/understand yet as in safe food cooking temperatures, sanitation, etc. They could get sick from it being under cooked or having parasites in it or whatnot. A lot of those laws were in fact to protect them from stuff we don’t necessarily have to think about today due to advances in health, technology, chemistry/biology, etc.

Other laws were to keep God’s people holy and to remind them they are set apart because they serve under a Holy God. The laws reminded them who God is and what he had done for him. I can’t pretend I understand everything or even most of it yet but that’s the beauty of living, learning/studying and, well, growing. I think it’s a good thing to bring up and to discuss with others about so we can better understand the Word and get to to Him more.
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blackisthecloseoflife:

Artist Name: Tony Savas
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Exactly.

blackisthecloseoflife:

Artist Name: Tony Savas

Tumblr: tonysavas.tumblr.com

Exactly.

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Be a loner. That gives you time to wonder, to search for the truth. Have holy curiosity. Make your life worth living.

Albert Einstein (via fuckmetodubstep)

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It’s the New Year.

quattlebaum:

Welcome to 2014. A year that–I’m hoping, will include a move (or two), more plane travel, a huge downsizing, healthier choices in my physical, emotional and familial decisions, and a realistic yet expectant outlook. A year I’m hoping will exude wisdom & be full of adventure. I also want to read some books.

Well, there you have a sorry attempt at some new year’s resolutions.

Some of my thoughts for the new year as well

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mindsigh:

Alexander Jansson, “A Tree”, 2011

mindsigh:

Alexander Jansson, “A Tree”, 2011

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