breanna-lynn:

"He restores my soul." // Psalm 23:3.

breanna-lynn:

"He restores my soul." // Psalm 23:3.

(via adventuretimewithyeshua)


breanna-lynn:

I don’t give up on people or stop loving them. God never did with me.


Codecademy is not that helpful to me. I’d rather have a human explain it to me because it doesn’t tell me what I’m doing wrong. It just says that something is wrong. And when I’m just learning something, I need to know specifically what I’m doing wrong. 

Some phrased it correctly in the forum - I got the right answer. That doesn’t mean I understand it.


theilluminatormobilizer:

The Illuminator projected this near the Brooklyn Bridge in solidarity with the people of Ferguson.

(via goldentulips)


I’m a recovering perfectionist and an aspiring ‘good-enoughist’.

Brene Brown, ‘Daring Greatly’ (via fatgirlgetsfitatlast)

Yes.

(via fightingbeauty)

(via e-a-c)


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khadds:

superselected:

Hair-stories. New Works From Artist Nakeya B.

MORE.

I love this we work hard on our hair no matter natural braids weave anything we work hard and it’s creativity so dont mock or shame me

(via midsummersnightdreamxs)



nezua:

hamaca:

nezua:

iwriteaboutfeminism:

Ferguson protesters gather for highway shutdown.

Part 2

I feel such an urge to travel to Ferguson and lend help. How I wish I could arrange that. We are needed. This is the real shit.

when i was younger learning about the movements, i thought each time looked like everyone involved across the everywhere. now i see movements happen right while we are going about our everyday. movements happen while we are sleeping and taking a shower, while we are driving to work and kissing our family. but they do not happen when we are all doing those things.

Great points! I will only add that I don’t say this as some sort of anxious youngster. I was arrested in the USA’s first mass arrests, in 2003, dubbed one of the RNC 1800, sat in oily pens and the Tombs for days. I still get hassled crossing the border for it, and suffered nerve damage from the zip cuffs. I also covered the RNC1800 and was surrounded by charging cops, rolling tank vehicles and choppers. I know full well what it means to put your body on the line. I don’t think one needs to be at protests to be active and agree fully that it’s about how we live.

But I meant it: this is the real shit. It’s very important what’s happening right now. I’ve lived long enough to know when history is unfolding. I am a warrior, and welcome the struggle. When we see this kind of injustice, and resistance, we must be prepared to act.

(via adequateantics)


humansofnewyork:

"I’ve got to stop being so emotional. If someone is sad, I normally start crying before they do."
(Amritsar, India)

humansofnewyork:

"I’ve got to stop being so emotional. If someone is sad, I normally start crying before they do."

(Amritsar, India)