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//The shadow burns across like embers tide paper//

We lead our own lives, we walk our own paths and we leave behind an imprint, sometimes good, sometimes bad. And society, it’s just a little bit of you and me, a little bit of good, a little bit of bad.// (at National Museum of Singapore)
Somewhat, it became possible to hold both beauty and death in the same pair of hands. It also occurred, that beauty is ephemeral, but death, that you can never wash off your hands.//
Curiosity is the spark behind the  (at Singapore Art Museum)
Depth over distance every time, my dear/
And I may be foolish to fall as I do/
Still there’s strength in the blindness you fear//
& everyday I’m learning to die a little to myself still

fuckyeahofmonstersandmen:

Of Monsters and Men-My Head Is An Animal lyrics videos.Part 2.

Cloud Teaser/ Crowd Pleaser
Still // Loose #film #holga135 #doubleexposure

This I Believe (The Creed) -Hillsong

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iheartmyart:

Antoine Donzeaud - ’The moon is a harsh mistress’ (installation view), 2014, acrylic on polyethylene and spray paint on wood, each painting: 200 x 106 x 7 cm

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littlethingsaboutgod:

Calvary - HIllsong


"The Saviour alone
Carried the cross
For all of my debts
He paid the cost
Salvation complete
Forever I’m free
Calvary covers it all”

The lyrics to this song depict so beautifully the grace and mercy that we find at the foot of the cross of Christ - the day our Saviour paid the ultimate sacrifice for our sins. Yet, ‘beauty’ was nowhere to be found on the day Jesus died.

The Bible tells us that the sky darkened as the Roman soldiers cast lots beneath the cross. That as Jesus suffered - bruised and bleeding on death’s door - the open wounds from His beating and the deep gashes from the crown on His head, were a horrific sight to behold.

In the midst of His suffering, it was on that cross and in that moment that Heaven and Earth collided — that Jesus committed His Spirit into the hands of His Heavenly Father and that the Kingdom of Heaven invaded our earthly kingdom on a hill called Calvary. We recognize the work of salvation that Jesus did on the cross, celebrate the gift of salvation and the miracle of His resurrection.