Here we are at the WORLD FAMOUS Louvre Museum and what does my husband want to see? The amazing paintings, sculptures, and other historic artifacts? NO. This goober only cares about finding the upside down pyramid because, DaVinci Code. Oy.
Majorly missing nights like these in #Nepal, where although I was traveling on a budget and staying in #hostels, I used to go to nearby 5 Star Hotels to spend the evening and spend exorbitantly high on a kettle of #ginger#lemon#honey tea so that I could sit for as long as I wanted and spend my time in peace reading the #DaVinciCode. •
Now spending too much on my teas sometimes required sacrifices in terms of a skipped dinner but I always kept myself fueled up with regular snacking of #nuts and I never really mind skipping a meal if it gets me to spend on things that get me satisfaction and a taste of luxury and peace. •
Friday essentials☺️❤️ . . . Hello loves! This book is on my TBR pile and so is the movie! What’s your favorite movie to book adaption? I loved the Mortal Instruments and The Maze Runner. I hope everyone has a wonderful Friday🥂 . . . Song/Dark Necessitates-Red Hot Chile Peppers CR/Salt & Storm-Kendall Kulper
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Every faith in the world is based on fabrication. That is the definition of faith―acceptance of that which we imagine to be true, that which we cannot prove. Every religion describes God through metaphor, allegory, and exaggeration, from the early Egyptians through modern Sunday school. Metaphors are a way to help our minds process the unprocessible. The problems arise when we begin to believe literally in our own metaphors.