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Masterpost of music stuffs!
This took me a long time so reblog it okay?
- Free downloadable music notation software
- Compose music online
- Free recording and editing software
- Learn to play the guitar
- The chords to any song
- Piano tutorials
- Learn to make chiptunes
- Learn music theory
- U R SO POP PUNK
- Road trip
- 90s kid
- Sad (x)
- Pissed off
- What a twat
- Music for writing fight scenes
- Gryffindor playlist
- Ravenclaw playlist
- Hufflepuff playlist
- Slytherin playlist
- mynoise.net (my favourite sound generator, there are so many to choose from and layering different sounds can create really cool effects)
- coffitivity (coffee shop sounds)
- nature sounds
Waiting for God’s Best
By Rebecca St. James
I’m often asked how I remain patient with God’s plan for my life when I’m still single. I’ve talked so much about it, it’s no secret—eventually I want to get married. The truth is that there have been many moments when I’ve been tired of waiting for the right guy to arrive. My mum challenged me once. “You need to let go and trust God with this,” she said. I started tearing up. She was right. I asked, “How do you let go of something so important?”
Relinquishing this to God has been quite a process, but I don’t want anything for myself that God doesn’t want for me. Where are the joy and abundant life in settling for something that He doesn’t desire for my life? Releasing this was incredibly freeing. I still believe God will grant me this desire, but I will trust God either way. Until you come to that place of abandonment, the grass always looks greener on the other side. If you can’t surrender something of such importance, the danger is that when it comes you will cling to it and suffocate it, and you may end up hurting the very thing you have longed for. I now feel that I will be able to go into marriage as a whole person. A better prayer than “God, when will You bring the special guy into my life?” is “God, I don’t know what You have in mind for my future … but I await whatever it is expectantly, knowing that You know me better than I even know myself.” I don’t want any less than what God has in mind. I want the best that He has in mind.
Seamus Heaney’s last words: ”Don’t be afraid” (Noli timere), painted by Dublin artist Maser