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"The path isn’t a straight line; it’s a spiral. You continually come back to things you thought you understood and see deeper truths."

— Barry H. Gillespie

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today is a new day.

today is a new day.

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january 23rd // psalm 23
each time i read this i am struck further by the reality that i am a poor, defenceless sheep in need of a good and faithful Shepherd.

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january 23rd // psalm 23

each time i read this i am struck further by the reality that i am a poor, defenceless sheep in need of a good and faithful Shepherd.

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onlinecounsellingcollege:

1. Don’t take every thought and feeling seriously. Both of those tend to be patterned and habitual. Thus, they are not necessarily accurate and reliable.

2. Don’t blow small things out of proportion. Take control of your thinking and keep things in perspective. Don’t allow yourself to dwell on…

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godotal:

Muhammad Ali letting a young fan win a fight, 1963.

godotal:

Muhammad Ali letting a young fan win a fight, 1963.

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Today is a new day.

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Jillian Adel: Don’t despair
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ruggedgrace:

"There is almost nothing in our society besides rugby that allows women to be truly physically aggressive, to use our bodies in the same unselfconscious, unafraid, assertive way that men use theirs all the time." -Amy Perfors, "Why Play Rugby?"

ruggedgrace:

"There is almost nothing in our society besides rugby that allows women to be truly physically aggressive, to use our bodies in the same unselfconscious, unafraid, assertive way that men use theirs all the time." -Amy Perfors, "Why Play Rugby?"

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fastcodesign:

And does the distinction even matter anymore? We ask design experts Gary Hustwit, Eddie Opara, and Tobias Frere-Jones to weigh in.
One of the major traps, when talking about type, is mixing up fonts with typefaces or treating them as synonymous. Many a typographic expert has haughtily corrected a beginner for mistakenly using the word font when he or she should have said typeface. To those of us who think about fonts only when choosing one in Microsoft Word, the distinction between the terms can seem confusing, esoteric, and even arcane.
In brief: A font is what you use, a typeface is what you see.
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fastcodesign:

And does the distinction even matter anymore? We ask design experts Gary Hustwit, Eddie Opara, and Tobias Frere-Jones to weigh in.

One of the major traps, when talking about type, is mixing up fonts with typefaces or treating them as synonymous. Many a typographic expert has haughtily corrected a beginner for mistakenly using the word font when he or she should have said typeface. To those of us who think about fonts only when choosing one in Microsoft Word, the distinction between the terms can seem confusing, esoteric, and even arcane.

In brief: A font is what you use, a typeface is what you see.

Read More>