I want to fill colurs in my life , some fade colurs that come up with brightess shine. Don't know where i am going but i know what my heart want . I want to scream my lungs out from this hill , that i want love , affection , not sympathy. I will rise one day , i will be happy one day but now my hope is low and inner anxiety is high . I am not here to blame someone its my fight with depression its my life .... with depression .. Depression really hurts . Feel my pain like yours.. would you help me to overcome ... #Depression#depressioncaptions#quotes#hopefirthebest#girlsdontcry#help#love#life#follow#viral
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“The more I see of the world, the more am I dissatisfied with it; and every day confirms my belief of the inconsistency of all human characters, and of the little dependence that can be placed on the appearance of merit or sense”. - Jane Austen.
This statement comes from
my favorite author. I’ve read it
more than a thousand times and
have often contemplated on how
Jane was feeling when she wrote it.
Was it coming from a place of
A place of pain?
What happened in Jane’s life
that made her so decided
against relying on the world
and the character of men?
Something changed Jane,
just like it has me. Perhaps
that’s the reason I find her
so similar to myself.
I know her good sense
and inward examination
of self kept her in the
way of light. I didn’t have
to meet her to know this.
I felt it in the words she wrote.
She was altogether untethered
from the works of this world.
She considered all
things bitter but the Lord—
the sweet taste of salvation.
Upon witnessing the widespread
wickedness of the world, Jane felt
herself an outcast, a foreigner in
a strange land, but I also
believe that Jane
found herself satisfied among
those who slumbered for the sole
fact that she never took her eyes
off of the realm of heaven.
She lived in the knowledge
of truth (Ecclesiastes 3:11).
She was in the world but
not of the world. (John 17:16)
This alone kept her captivated
by His cause rather than the culture.
She was a strong vessel because
she was satisfied in HIM. #photography#canon#nikon#content#contentcreator#design#home#interiordesign#follow#followme#l4l#writer#writersofinstagram
Sonntagsfrühstück 😋 Polentagrieß mit Himbeerkompott.. Schnell und einfach!
100ml Mandelmilch &
100ml Wasser aufkochen..
3 TL Agavensirup & 3 gehäufte EL Polenta/Maisgrieß dazugeben.. Fertig! 😍
Für das Kompott einfach eine Hand voll TK-Himbeeren mit etwas Wasser und Zucker aufkochen.
This one’s my favourite.
The black mamba is the longest venomous species in Africa and the second longest in the world. They possess neurotoxic venom, making it the 4th most potent venom of snake species. A bite from this snake leads to immediate symptoms such as slurred speech, blurred vision, paralysis of muscles and finally respiratory failure. Although only a tiny amount of venom would require medical attention, mambas are known to excrete large amounts in one bite. These snakes are shy in nature, however have a reputation of being highly aggressive when cornered or threatened. As a defensive strategy, the mamba will expose its inky-black mouth (from which it gets its name), before striking. Recent research has confirmed that along with being the fastest snake in the world, mambas are also the fastest strikers, making them the most feared African snake. The black mamba is part of the Elapidae family (front-fanged), and is one of four other mamba species, all native to Africa. Do not cross a black mamba, you will regret it. Respect them from a distance and you’ll appreciate how beautiful they really are🥰