My Atmosphere is full of knowledge, clear skies and daily ventures: 'This is my Light.' A place where I can express myself through music an images that relate to my taste in Life.
This is my journey. As I deactivate myself from the FB bullshit and drama that certain individuals continue to dwell on a daily basis.

Why am I SO SICK WITH IT? Take a look around and let the images answer that for itself.

Truth be told.

Truth be told.

visual-intellect:

goadthings:

Homeless mom prepares her daughter for school, India. Photo By Gautam Basu.

POWERFUL

visual-intellect:

goadthings:

Homeless mom prepares her daughter for school, India. Photo By Gautam Basu.

POWERFUL

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fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

July 16, 1947 - Birthday of Comrade Assata Shakur, Black freedom fighter and communist revolutionary.
As a member of the Black Panthers and Black Liberation Army, a political prisoner, and now living in exile in socialist Cuba with a $2 million federal bounty on her head, Assata has inspired generations of fighters with her commitment to Black liberation and dedication to revolutionary principles.

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

July 16, 1947 - Birthday of Comrade Assata Shakur, Black freedom fighter and communist revolutionary.

As a member of the Black Panthers and Black Liberation Army, a political prisoner, and now living in exile in socialist Cuba with a $2 million federal bounty on her head, Assata has inspired generations of fighters with her commitment to Black liberation and dedication to revolutionary principles.

cultureunseen:

Salute to the Mothers of our conscious struggle who sacrificed much, so that we could have a tomorrow and to all the courageous Sisters who just weren’t having any of it…

1.   Angela Davis
2.   Assata Shakur
3.   Kathleen Cleaver
4.   Sojourner Truth
5.   Harriet Tubman
6.   Rosa Parks
7.   Fannie Lou Hamer
8.   Shirley Chisolm 
9.   Sis. Minister Ava Muhammad
10. Two Sisters who weren’t having it!

idontmindthesun:

I didn’t mean to talk about religion, It’s about spirituality.
I really mean it, being good spiritually and physically to ourselves makes us good for those around us… that’s the best part from us as human being,
Do your good 

"Spirituality is that which gives meaning to one’s life and draws one to transcend oneself. Spirituality is a broader concept than religion, other expressions include prayer, meditation, interactions with others or nature, and relationship with God or a higher power.”
What is spirituality?
Spirituality is not religion and is not even necessarily affiliated with religion. While the definition of spirituality is different for everyone, here are some common themes associated with spirituality:
The idea of a process or journey of self-discovery and of learning not only who you are, but who you want to be.
The challenge of reaching beyond your current limits. This can include keeping an open mind, questioning current beliefs, or trying to better understand others’ beliefs.
A connectedness to yourself and to others. Spirituality is personal, but it is also rooted in being connected with others and with the world around you. This connection can facilitate you finding “your place in the world.”
Meaning, purpose, and direction. Spirituality, while it doesn’t necessarily solve or reach conclusions, often embraces the concept of searching and moving forward in the direction of meaning, purpose, and direction for your life.
A higher power, whether rooted in a religion, nature, or some kind of unknown essence.
Why should we develop our spirituality?
Spirituality can offer many benefits to your life, both emotionally and physically. Developing your spiritual life can give you a sense of purpose and help you figure out where you are most passionate in your professional, social, and personal life. Some studies show that positive beliefs can comfort you and improve your health. People who have taken time to develop their spiritual life are also likely to better understand their needs.

idontmindthesun:

I didn’t mean to talk about religion, It’s about spirituality.

I really mean it, being good spiritually and physically to ourselves makes us good for those around us… that’s the best part from us as human being,

Do your good 

"Spirituality is that which gives meaning to one’s life and draws one to transcend oneself. Spirituality is a broader concept than religion, other expressions include prayer, meditation, interactions with others or nature, and relationship with God or a higher power.”

What is spirituality?

Spirituality is not religion and is not even necessarily affiliated with religion. While the definition of spirituality is different for everyone, here are some common themes associated with spirituality:

  • The idea of a process or journey of self-discovery and of learning not only who you are, but who you want to be.
  • The challenge of reaching beyond your current limits. This can include keeping an open mind, questioning current beliefs, or trying to better understand others’ beliefs.
  • A connectedness to yourself and to others. Spirituality is personal, but it is also rooted in being connected with others and with the world around you. This connection can facilitate you finding “your place in the world.”
  • Meaning, purpose, and direction. Spirituality, while it doesn’t necessarily solve or reach conclusions, often embraces the concept of searching and moving forward in the direction of meaning, purpose, and direction for your life.
  • A higher power, whether rooted in a religion, nature, or some kind of unknown essence.

Why should we develop our spirituality?

Spirituality can offer many benefits to your life, both emotionally and physically. Developing your spiritual life can give you a sense of purpose and help you figure out where you are most passionate in your professional, social, and personal life. Some studies show that positive beliefs can comfort you and improve your health. People who have taken time to develop their spiritual life are also likely to better understand their needs.

kiecho:

a—fri—ca:

Mangbetu women’s clothing, Medje village, Congo (now Democratic Republic of Congo), 1970 - Photo by Eliot Elisofon
“The photograph depicts woman wearing traditional barkcloth ‘negbe’. The main item of women’s clothing was a rectangular barkcloth garment called ‘nogetwe’. Worn like a short skirt or sometimes like an apron, it was left open to reveal the ‘negbe’, or back apron. Women generally wore barkcloth when they were not at work and when strangers were present.” (Schildkrout E., Keim C., 1990: African Reflections, University of Washington Press)
(National Museum of African Art - Smithsonian Institution)

kiecho:

a—fri—ca:

Mangbetu women’s clothing, Medje village, Congo (now Democratic Republic of Congo), 1970 - Photo by Eliot Elisofon

The photograph depicts woman wearing traditional barkcloth ‘negbe’. The main item of women’s clothing was a rectangular barkcloth garment called ‘nogetwe’. Worn like a short skirt or sometimes like an apron, it was left open to reveal the ‘negbe’, or back apron. Women generally wore barkcloth when they were not at work and when strangers were present.” (Schildkrout E., Keim C., 1990: African Reflections, University of Washington Press)

(National Museum of African Art - Smithsonian Institution)

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Peace to those that bring Peace to my circle.

•current situation.

Dope art by: TaraJosu

Dope art by: TaraJosu

One of my joy.

One of my joy.

☺️

☺️

Nothing but the TRUTH!

Nothing but the TRUTH!

•sips tea

•sips tea

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