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Monuts date on Saturday with the big and bigbig, oh hell yes

Monuts date on Saturday with the big and bigbig, oh hell yes

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adorabaio:

why are guys so attractive

but at the same time i hate them

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Disappointed.

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"Life isn’t always fair. People are not always good. But just because you’ve been wronged by someone, doesn’t mean you should take it out on someone else. I’m guilty of that. But what I’ve learned is that in the end, it only hurts you. It only holds you back from new friends, new love, new opportunities. Don’t live life bitter and angry because you’ve been wronged. I know it hurts, trust me, it still hurts. Live with love. Love because you are loved.”

"Life isn’t always fair. People are not always good. But just because you’ve been wronged by someone, doesn’t mean you should take it out on someone else. I’m guilty of that. But what I’ve learned is that in the end, it only hurts you. It only holds you back from new friends, new love, new opportunities. Don’t live life bitter and angry because you’ve been wronged. I know it hurts, trust me, it still hurts. Live with love. Love because you are loved.”

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Love Food? This blog is for you.
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If you’re a teen you must follow this blog.
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Day 58: Spent the evening cooking dinner for elderly cancer patients at the Durham Caring House. I viewed this as an opportunity to check off my Zeta service hours, up until the moment I walked in the door and was greeted with a hug and called “a little angel”. The men and women here, despite everything they and their spouses are going through, have to the the kindest, most hospitable people I have ever met. We were supposed to be doing them a favor by preparing their meal, but I felt like the blessed one to be able to sit and enjoy their company and stories. Southern hospitality is not a myth, and I don’t think I ever want to leave.

Day 58: Spent the evening cooking dinner for elderly cancer patients at the Durham Caring House. I viewed this as an opportunity to check off my Zeta service hours, up until the moment I walked in the door and was greeted with a hug and called “a little angel”. The men and women here, despite everything they and their spouses are going through, have to the the kindest, most hospitable people I have ever met. We were supposed to be doing them a favor by preparing their meal, but I felt like the blessed one to be able to sit and enjoy their company and stories. Southern hospitality is not a myth, and I don’t think I ever want to leave.

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Day 57: I dined with President Broadhead of Duke University, in his multimillion dollar home, tucked away on a corner of this beautiful campus.  I have never felt more acutely the weight of this school’s prestige, nor have I ever realized the depth to which I am blessed to be here, with all these opportunities laid out before me.

Day 57: I dined with President Broadhead of Duke University, in his multimillion dollar home, tucked away on a corner of this beautiful campus. I have never felt more acutely the weight of this school’s prestige, nor have I ever realized the depth to which I am blessed to be here, with all these opportunities laid out before me.