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grayskyzandrain:

Source.
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tagged as:
# icon
# orthodox
# headscarf
poorwayfarer:

“Let the children come to me, and do not hinder them; for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.” 

poorwayfarer:

“Let the children come to me, and do not hinder them; for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.” 

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dramoor:

With all my heart, with all my heart, I love You.
(Photo from Saint Sophia Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Los Angeles, via web)

dramoor:

With all my heart, with all my heart, I love You.

(Photo from Saint Sophia Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Los Angeles, via web)

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My brother, wear humility at all times; because it clothes your soul with Christ who gives it.
Saint John Saba

(via theorthodoxbritreturns)

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Let your prayer be completely simple. For both the publican and the prodigal son were reconciled to God by a single phrase.
— St. John Climacus (via stkatherine)
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emilye:

'Madonna' - photographed by Stephanie Mancini.  This statue sits outside a gas station in Italy.  She is covered in rosaries by passersby.

emilye:

'Madonna' - photographed by Stephanie Mancini.  This statue sits outside a gas station in Italy.  She is covered in rosaries by passersby.

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artofprayer:

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem.

artofprayer:

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem.

(Source: Flickr / angie_real)

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Then when G-d asks [Cain], ‘Where is your brother Abel?’ he arrogantly responds, ‘I do not know. Am I my brother’s keeper?’
In essence, the entire Bible is written as an affirmative response to this question.
— Rabbi Joseph Telushkin, Jewish Literacy (via mermaideleh)
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I know I’ve mentioned this before, but… It really is not cultural appropriation for white women or non-Muslim women to wear headscarves.
I see it in the headscarf tag SO often. Lots of women seem interested in wearing them but don’t want to be appropriating “Muslim culture”.

Just a little peeve of mine :