A Man's Existence

“We don’t give our compassion to such and such a person by choice. We give it spontaneously, entirely, without hoping for anything in exchange.”

—   Dalai Lama (via thecalminside)

Yup, kokua.

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liliesandpearls:

Two of my favorite things are seersucker and soft sweaters

liliesandpearls:

Two of my favorite things are seersucker and soft sweaters

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gentlemansessentials:

Private Plane


Gentleman’s Essentials

gentlemansessentials:

Private Plane


Gentleman’s Essentials

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southernclutch:

daughterofkingaslan:
When child prodigy Akiane Kramarik was four years old, she began having visions that she said were sent by God and she began to draw them. Akiane’s family was not religious. In fact, they were atheist, so it was very strange that she would say something like that. At the age of eight, she painted Jesus which she named “Prince of Peace”.
Strangely enough, Colton Burpo was four years old when he said went to Heaven during surgery and returned. Immediately, his family wanted to know what Jesus looked like, but Colton never could quite describe Him except to say His eyes were very pretty. Every time his parents pointed out a painting of Jesus, Colton would say that it wasn’t right. When his father heard the story of Akiane and her painting, he showed his son. After a moment of silence, Colton said that this painting was right. This painting shows the real Jesus.

southernclutch:

daughterofkingaslan:

When child prodigy Akiane Kramarik was four years old, she began having visions that she said were sent by God and she began to draw them. Akiane’s family was not religious. In fact, they were atheist, so it was very strange that she would say something like that. At the age of eight, she painted Jesus which she named “Prince of Peace”.

Strangely enough, Colton Burpo was four years old when he said went to Heaven during surgery and returned. Immediately, his family wanted to know what Jesus looked like, but Colton never could quite describe Him except to say His eyes were very pretty. Every time his parents pointed out a painting of Jesus, Colton would say that it wasn’t right. When his father heard the story of Akiane and her painting, he showed his son. After a moment of silence, Colton said that this painting was right. This painting shows the real Jesus.