burn away the darkness
21|Queer|Jew|Feminist
Many people who are compelled to religious faith do *not* “find comfort” and “reassurance” therein. Rather, they seek and ask questions and mourn and wonder with a community of others, with history, with tradition, with myth and poetry. There’s a ridiculous and stubborn idea out there that people of faith are singularly “fortunate to be able to believe.”

Sara Hendren, on Twitter (via wesleyhill)

I rarely feel compelled to add “this!!” but….^^^THIS^^^^

Like “if it makes you happy!” “whatever gives you comfort!” OMactualG. Can you not (via orphanspace)

This right here is this.

(via yourredcapheart)


instantly jumps to worst possible conclusion