What now?

Just choose life. Just choose the people around the table instead of always choosing the ones who are miles away waiting on you to double tap their photos. They’ll be there when you turn back to the screen.

Choose who you have right here, right here. It’s precious. It’s urgent. When they ask you to go get margaritas after dinner, go without reserve. You can buy groceries the next day. Choose long drives. Choose screaming Taylor Swift at the top of your lungs. Choose saying “yes” to dates, even if you don’t know if they’re “the one.” I guess I just want to beg you to let people in. Welcome them in. Just let people hold your hands and buy you dinner. Let them compliment your smile. Let yourself feel beautiful for five minutes.

Choose dishes left in the sink for nights beneath the stars. Choose random chats in Target with the cashier. Choose using people’s names more often than you don’t. Choose slow dancing in the kitchen.

God is always seeking you. Every sunset. Every clear blue sky. Each ocean wave. The starry hosts of night. He blankets each new day with the invitation, ‘I am here.’

Louie Giglio  (via freedomfound)

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'Bring the rain,' he whispered, 'bring the rain.'

Sherrilyn Kenyon, from Acheron (via the-final-sentence)

Even in the most peaceful surroundings the angry heart finds a quarrel. Even in the most quarrelsome surroundings the grateful heart finds peace.

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It wasn’t fair. There should not be such a person like you in existence, because the memories of you burst like a hurricane, spreading through my body remembering each moment, each trace of you came like a photograph, and that’s when I knew it was unfair, because I was the one to experiencing it.

The sign of a beautiful person is he always sees the beauty in others.

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