From Atheism to the Cosmic
“Finding solace through trusting God became frustrating.”
Yes, Jesus loves me.
FridayThe Color Purple
Natalie Degraffinried is a writer, music-lover, gamer, and Black movie quote code-switcher. She'd love long walks on the beach if she didn't hate sand. Natalie is currently based in Brooklyn. See where her mental exhaust goes at @NatIsExtra on Twitter.
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