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dumbghosties:

I love you and miss you and I’m sorry

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hellofromtumblr:

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If you please man and never please God you have nothing; If you please God and man forsakes you, you have everything.
Dorothy Patterson (via simply-divine-creation)
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April 18th 1857: Clarence Darrow born

On this day in 1857 the legendary American lawyer Clarence Darrow was born in Ohio. Darrow was a prominent member of the American Civil Liberties Union and the leading defense attorney of his day, taking many high profile cases. His most famous - or better yet, infamous - cases included defending Leopold and Loeb for the murder of 14 year old Bobby Franks in 1924 and teacher John T. Scopes for teaching evolution in the ‘Scopes Monkey Trial’ in 1925. His defense of Leopold and Loeb has remained a contentious point in legal and moral discourse, as he managed to reduce their sentences from death to life imprisonment by arguing that the privileged rich teenagers were conditioned by their circumstances. His eloquent defense of Leopold and Loeb has gone down in history as one of the most prominent rejections of the element of free will and a classic deterministic viewpoint.

"Why did they kill little Bobby Franks? Not for money, not for spite; not for hate. They killed him as they might kill a spider or a fly, for the experience. They killed him because they were made that way. Because somewhere in the infinite processes that go to the making up of the boy or the man something slipped, and those unfortunate lads sit here hated, despised, outcasts, with the community shouting for their blood.”

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Don’t worry about having the right words; worry more about having the right heart. It’s not eloquence he seeks, just honesty.
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And take my sincere apology for not appreciating it enough so many times.

And take my sincere apology for not appreciating it enough so many times.

(Source: propertyof-jesus)

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