That's farce, that's theater, that's life

Today you are you, that is truer than true.

Ask me anything
Do you suppose it matters to our Heavenly Father whether your makeup, clothes, hair, and nails are perfect? Do you think your value to Him changes based on how many followers you have on Instagram or Pinterest? Do you think He wants you to worry or get depressed if someone unfriends or unfollows you on Facebook or Twitter? Do you think outward attractiveness, dress size, or popularity make the slightest difference to the one who created the universe? He loves you, not just for who you are this very day, but for the person of glory and light you have the potential and desire to become.
— Dieter F. Uchtdorf (via return-to-virtue)
Needed this. 

Needed this. 


The Infinite & Eternal Creator of light and life knows you! He is mindful of you. Yes, God loves you this very day & always. He knows of your sufferings. He knows of your remorse for the times you have fallen short or failed & still He loves you. He knows everything about you. He sees you clearly—He knows you as you really are. And He loves you—today and always!
Dieter F. Uchtdorf (via return-to-virtue)

jaichez said: Are you ignoring my texts but liking my posts? It's an urgent question. ;)

My phone is broken at the moment. I’m sorry love. I should be getting it on Monday :D


"Why would anyone want to join such a church?”                

We thought you’d never ask!


"Why would anyone want to join such a church?”                

We thought you’d never ask!






Holy shit…Bryan? Sorry for the typo, too lazy to edit

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If you don’t love this, you’re officially are out of the fandom.

Avatar fans have a moral obligation to reblog this every time it shows up on their dash.

Source: b-homestruggle


So what are you studying?


What are you going to do after you graduate?


When will you get married?



70 years later and people are still fangirling over Zuko.

Source: zukothefirelords

Hate never promotes love. Cowardice never gives courage. Doubt never inspires faith.
— Thomas S. Monson (via mormonchannel)