clearairturbulence:

Isis

Artist: Daren Bader

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illuminatizeitgeist:

 ”Our greatest strength lies in the gentleness and tenderness of our heart.”
- Rumi

illuminatizeitgeist:

 ”Our greatest strength lies in the gentleness and tenderness of our heart.”

- Rumi

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sarakstar:

People need to understand that when Europe went into Africa 
They did not find a bunch of people living in Forests, jungles or bushes.. They found a highly advance culture.. Guess who civilized who?
Guess where the capital of learning was at that time? Guess how the greatest
philosophers looked like at that time? Heck, till this day (research Dr. Gabriel A Oyibo, Philip Emeagwali, ETC, ETC). EUROPEAN SCIENCE IS WACK MAN.
Most people don’t know that MOST of the modern people living in bushes now
are descendants of people that were part of ancient African Kingdoms, and 
EMPIRES.. They are now living in bushes because they were escaping colonization.
Now, these people did not just run and hide, but they formed Gorilla Militia groups
and whooped the hell out of those who were persecuting them. This is one of the 
reason why they were left alone, and from there they simply decided that the bush lifestyle was what they now wanted to live. We were so wealthy that we would simply be kicking around GOLD cause there was just too much of it, and it simply did not have that much value to us..

neffera tiy maat

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2 Moors. 2 Moons like my dream…

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If Knowledge Is Power… What Is Knowledge That Isn’t Applied ?

Djheurty Ma’at Ra


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It’s not hard to decide what you want your life to be about. What’s hard, she said, is figuring out what you’re willing to give up in order to do the things you really care about.
Shauna Niequist, Bittersweet: Thoughts on Change, Grace, and Learning the Hard Way (via words-of-emotion)
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