Through The Years

News of Angelou’s death spread quickly on Twitter, where users posted some of their favorite quotes from her books, poems, and film and television appearances.
I especially thought her last Twitter posting was extremely poignant:"Listen to yourself and in that quietude you might hear the voice of God."

News of Angelou’s death spread quickly on Twitter, where users posted some of their favorite quotes from her books, poems, and film and television appearances.

I especially thought her last Twitter posting was extremely poignant:
"Listen to yourself and in that quietude you might hear the voice of God."

bygoneamericana:

New York, 1918.

bygoneamericana:

New York, 1918.

(Source: vintag.es)

nycnostalgia:

The 1977 blackout, seen from the Hudson River.

nycnostalgia:

The 1977 blackout, seen from the Hudson River.

Hawt Cannons

Hawt Cannons

rogerwilkerson:

Mister Softee - 1961

I can still hear the song playing in my mind.  <3 Mister Softee

rogerwilkerson:

Mister Softee - 1961

I can still hear the song playing in my mind.  <3 Mister Softee

retropopcult:

“How soon will you be able to see over the phone?" Hughes Aircraft Corporation/Hughes Products (Scientific American, August 1956).

Took awhile to hit main stream&#8230;but it&#8217;s here :-D

retropopcult:

How soon will you be able to see over the phone?" Hughes Aircraft Corporation/Hughes Products (Scientific American, August 1956).

Took awhile to hit main stream…but it’s here :-D

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Jesus is the Word made Flesh.
Jesus is the Bread of Life.
Jesus is the Victim offered for our sins on the Cross.
Jesus is the Sacrifice offered at the Holy Mass for the sins of the world and mine.
Jesus is the Word—to be spoken.
Jesus is the Truth—to be told.
Jesus is the Way—to be walked.
Jesus is the Light—to be lit.
Jesus is the Life—to be lived.
Jesus is the Love—to be loved.
Jesus is the Joy—to be shared.
Jesus is the Sacrifice—to be offered.
Jesus is the Peace—to be given.
Jesus is the Bread of Life—to be eaten.
Jesus is the Hungry—to be fed.
Jesus is the Thirsty—to be satiated.
Jesus is the Naked—to be clothed.
Jesus is the Homeless—to be taken in.
Jesus is the Sick—to be healed.
Jesus is the Lonely—to be loved.
Jesus is the Unwanted—to be wanted.
Jesus is the Leper—to wash his wounds.
Jesus is the Beggar—to give him a smile.
Jesus is the Drunkard—to listen to him.
Jesus is the Retarded—to protect him.
Jesus is the Little One—to embrace him.
Jesus is the Blind—to lead him.
Jesus is the Dumb—to speak for him.
Jesus is the Crippled—to walk with him.
Jesus is the Drug Addict—to befriend him.
Jesus is the Prostitute—to remove from danger and befriend.
Jesus is the Prisoner—to be visited.
Jesus is the Old—to be served.

Jesus is my God.
Jesus is my Spouse.
Jesus is my Life.
Jesus is my only Love.
Jesus is my All in All.
Jesus is my Everything.

Jesus, I love with my whole heart, with my whole being. I have given Him all, even my sins, and He has espoused me to Himself in tenderness and love.
Now and for life I am the spouse of my Crucified Spouse.
Amen.

— Mother Teresa, Meditations in a hospital in Rome 1983, “Who is Jesus to me?” (via callmeeros)

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