Not all those who self-harm are physical. Some of us have cuts and scars on our hearts.
When you’ve found someone that can make your heart melt and eyes water, even after a really bad fight, keep them.. my God, it’s like Heaven
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The Flood and God
No, this isn’t about Noah’s Ark, though the story is somewhat similar (shares the same theme, at least).
There is a flood coming, and everyone tells this man about it, offering him help. All he tells them, though, is “No, I’ll be fine, God will take care of me, thank you though.” So when they offer to pick him up and take him somewhere safe, that’s what he says. Later when the flood has escalated some, and the man is half-submerged, a large boat comes, offering the man help again, to which he replies the same thing. Later, once he finally drowns and gets into Heaven, he turns to God and asks him, “Why did you let me die? You said you would provide me, why didn’t you?” And God said “I did. I sent you those people, and I sent you that boat. You didn’t take any of the opportunities that I gave you.”
So the moral of the story is this: take what God gives you. It may not look like much at the time, but maybe it’s what’s gonna save you from the flood.