Jeremy Davis

Hey. I'm Jeremy. Twenty three. Nashville, TN.

Christ follower. Sports fan. Traveller. Friend.

This blog is mostly reblogs of the things I find interesting or make me laugh.

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I no longer have the energy for meaningless friendships, forced interactions or unnecessary conversations. If we don’t vibrate on the same frequency there’s just no reason for us to waste our time. I’d rather have no one and wait for substance than to not feel someone and fake the funk.

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a strip club but instead of naked women its cute dogs that you give dog treats to for them to do tricks

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Happy Easter!

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Happy Easter!

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mem03210:

Happy Easter!

mem03210:

Happy Easter!

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Time to explore.

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My generation is gruesomely lonely, but in response, we don’t need another handout, another kind gesture, or a better bible study. We don’t need more people that will merely know our name and address or care for us sporadically and at arms length.

We need big, reimagined, Jesus kind of love, and people willing to sacrifice themselves in order to live it with us. We need people who will love us enough to get messy.

So be deeply involved. Be covered in someone’s tears. Be the person who gets the call at midnight. Be the person who hears the gory details when someone’s marriage or career falls apart. Be the person who tells someone the hard stuff that they need to hear but no one wants to say. Be the person who repeatedly gets someone else’s mud and blood all over you. Be the person who goes home a little uncomfortable at night, not because of your behavior and thoughts, but because you’ve been near enough to someone else’s.

Be a family member to the lonely, messy people of this world, and to my generation.
Josh Riebock, My Generation (via earthstranger)

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fun. are officially working on their new album after an extremely exhausting touring cycle on Some Nights. The album is coming along, but frontman Nate Ruess is taking his time and enjoying life at home. Check out an interview with Rolling Stone below after the jump.

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