Today’s inspiration - Winter trails.
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I’m glad that Bilbo Baggins exists
Because in the book, the dude was pretty firmly middle aged when his crazy-ass adventure started
He was settled down in the house that belonged to his parents and had done precisely jack shit with his life
It gives me hope that maybe some nutcase wizard will eventually show up and be like yo
you’re a burglar now
don’t even care that you didn’t roll rogue homie we got dragons to slay and kingdoms to save
this needs more notes, reblogs etc …
Never forget rest days!
Best Pope story yet?
Pope Francis has been sneaking out of the Vatican at night to serve the homeless.
The Pope for people who don’t like popes strikes again.
HE WAS ALSO A BOUNCER AT A NIGHTCLUB
Pope Francis has also shed the trappings of wealth that generally accompany his position (golden cape, ornate throne) in favor of white threads and a simple wooden chair. He’s also the first Pope to wash a woman’s feet, insisting that it’s what Jesus Christ would have done. Even if you’re not religious you can appreciate that this is a genuinely good man, and a wonderful leader of the Catholic Church.
I’m not Christian but I’ll never pass up an opportunity to reblog something about Pope Francis. I think he’s completely awesome. he actually does the things the pope SHOULD be doing, not wearing fucking golden sheets and sitting on a golden fucking throne. the man actually tries to live like Christ and that’s pretty amazing to me, since 99% of the Christians I’ve ever met don’t. four for you Pope Francis, you go Pope Francis.
HE WAS A BOUNCER WHAT
It is better to conquer yourself than to win a thousand battles. Then the victory is yours. It cannot be taken from you, not by angels or by demons, heaven or hell.
"For the most part, the mountains don’t need to be explored any more, at least certainly not the mountains that I run in Colorado, and even running 100 miles (as I am apt to do) has been done innumerable times, but each run I take in the mountains is an opportunity to confront the world on its most unfettered terms and thereby is an opportunity for personal education and growth. Each time I get out in the mountains and run to a summit I am entering a creative space where what I am creating is not something material but rather a singular and unique experience relative to my strengths, weaknesses, situation and previous experience-base, and as such each run in the mountains is an invaluable opportunity for learning, growth and creative self-expression. The allure in all of this is the regular engagement with the unknown and the fact that there is always more to know and that what I am coming to know is somehow some kind of truth, at least on a personal level.” - Anton Krupicka
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