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Coping with Your Inner Girl Crazy

Do you ever catch yourself doing borderline insane things like Facebook stalking your crush til 4 am or deeply analyzing 4 word conversations? Why am I even asking. 1,908 more words


Weekly Gratitude List

Hi guys, happy Wednesday! I hope you’re all having a good week; I thought it was Friday when this morning, so I’m a little bummed, but If that’s the only thing that has gotten me down, I can’t complain (I’m probably the happiest I’ve been in a very long time, and it’s weird because part of me feels as if I don’t deserve it, I can’t really explain it). 218 more words


Virgin Mary Appearances, Visitations and Dreams

When the Virgin Mary appears She always has a message to deliver. The Virgin Mary has always been very active in the spiritual realms as She focuses on the well-being of humanity as a whole. 2,129 more words


The Long Day Closes (1992)

The Long Day Closes / Terence Davies / 1992 / 

Active Ingredients: Evocations of memory and sensations; Music; Editing
Side Effects: Weightiness in tone; Preference against characterization… 377 more words

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Road Trippin Part 1 (Yarra Valley)

It’s Europe, but only in Australia

The Yarra Valley is one of those places where it’s picturesque landscape exceeds any expectations that you could ever have about a wine region and if I was mistaken, I could have sworn I was in Europe with a cool 15 degree breeze touching my face and the odd rain drop or two kissing the lens. 635 more words

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Catholicism and Evolution

There’s an extremely common misconception that the Catholic Church accepts evolution.

Of course, in a sense, it does. Nothing in official Catholic teaching forbids Catholics from accepting that cats and dogs and turtles all evolved from fish. 902 more words


Trollpocalypse or My First Experience With Taking a Ridiculous Stand Against Paganism

The other day I tried to remember the first experience I had with someone taking a pointless stand. Today, social media regularly makes mountains out of mole hills, usually resulting in someone having to make a public apology for an act that, fifteen years ago, no one would have known about. 1,962 more words