|—||George Whitefield (via raydeck3)|
2) Have i considered how every conversation and thought should be used to give God glory?
3) Have I after every pleasure, considered how I can thank and praise God?
4) Have I been meek, cheerful and affable in everything that I said?
5) Have I been proud, vain, unchaste, or jealous of others?
6) Have I thought or spoken unkindly of everyone?
7) Have I confessed all of my sins?
George Whitfield asked himself these questions nightly before going to sleep to examine his heart.
|—||Paul Washer (via community4christ)|
Show the world we want a phone worth keeping! #phonebloks
Don’t get me wrong, the new iPhones look interesting. But this is an excellent idea for the future of cellphones.
(by Dave Hakkens)
Completely agree with the OP. This is a very democratic, sustainable, and innovative path forward for cell phones. I hope such an idea can catch on.
I support this 100%.
this is sick
I love everything about this but I feel like, if it does gain momentum, Apple is going to fight tooth and nail to obliterate it.
Nevertheless, I will support this.
I love this
Yeah, Apple would flip and go to any length humanly possible to stop this, but Apple is a gross gross company, so I’ll support this wholeheartedly.
… also, I have so far not found a phone I completely like, so this is also a bit selfish interest.
"Sometimes you can only find about 13 Legos, and you just have to build whatever you can out of them."
- Larry Allan London,
of Great Start Music Academy