opens her mouth, birds fly out
theme
simply-divine-creation:

» Shannon Kirsten {Wildflowers Blog}

simply-divine-creation:

» Shannon Kirsten {Wildflowers Blog}

dynastylnoire:

crownprince81:

portablemiah:

American History textbooks more like

Chapter 1: Introduction to White People
Chapter 2: White Settlers and The Indian Savages
Chapter 3: Whitey Makes A Country
Chapter 4: The Blacks
Chapter 5: Wars, Wars, Wars
Chapter 6: No More Racism!: Martin Luther King Jr. Gives a Speech
Chapter 7: The Modern Whites

This…..

basically

sapta-loka:

Fulni-ô woman, Brazil
"The Fulni-ô Indians once numbered in the hundreds of thousands and lived in the lush coastal lands near Recife in northeastern Brazil, but after the European invasion, those that survived fled several hundred miles inland to a drought-prone land. For more than 5 centuries, the Fulni-ô tribe has lived in the municipality of Águas Belas. Their language is Yatê, and in this language, "Fulni-ô" means "people near the river."
"They have a sacred ritual land, not far from their village, where they spend three months each year in spiritual retreat called "ouricouri". The perpetuation of these practices and the fact that most members of the group continue to speak their native language give the Fulni-ô a strong identity despite the ongoing acculturation process."

sapta-loka:

Fulni-ô woman, Brazil

"The Fulni-ô Indians once numbered in the hundreds of thousands and lived in the lush coastal lands near Recife in northeastern Brazil, but after the European invasion, those that survived fled several hundred miles inland to a drought-prone land. For more than 5 centuries, the Fulni-ô tribe has lived in the municipality of Águas Belas. Their language is Yatê, and in this language, "Fulni-ô" means "people near the river."

"They have a sacred ritual land, not far from their village, where they spend three months each year in spiritual retreat called "ouricouri". The perpetuation of these practices and the fact that most members of the group continue to speak their native language give the Fulni-ô a strong identity despite the ongoing acculturation process."

How MBTI Types Approach Rules →

lukemerren:

ENTJ: I make the rules.
ESTJ: I’ve written down the rules and made copies for everyone.
ESFJ: I’ve bent over backwards to fulfill all the rules.
ENFJ: Rules are great – they help us be better people.
INTJ: I’ve discovered all the inconsistencies with the rules and therefore consider them void.
INFJ: These rules are not benefiting me. I’m making up my own rules.
ISTJ: I’ve completed everything according to the rules.
ISFJ: These rules suck!!! *goes along with the rules*
ENFP: Ooops! I didn’t realize there were rules!
ENTP: I’ve discovered these rules are not actually fulfilling their purpose, let me explain why.
ESFP: Is there a fine for breaking the rules? I’ll just pay that.
ESTP: Watch me break the rules!!!!!
INTP: I’ve figured out a way to bend each rule.
ISTP: These rules are important for others, and if I feel like it I might follow along.
ISFP: I’m breaking all the rules, but it’s okay because I don’t think anyone noticed.
INFP: Completely unaware that rules exist, worried about why everyone seems so stressed.

likeafieldmouse:

Andrew Junge - Pandora’s Box (2005)

likeafieldmouse:

Andrew Junge - Pandora’s Box (2005)

"I believe that there is a longing in my soul that searches the whole world."
– Søren Kierkegaard, Either/Or (via wordsnquotes)

wastelandbaby:

more from the garden

Prayer request

italianshakshouka:

the-road-not-taken88:

My student is in hospital, she has cancer and her tumors have spread. Her family were hoping that they would be able to have her home for Eid but her condition has taken a turn for the worse. She’s like my own kid, I ask you please remember her in your duas that Allah grants her shifa kamila and her family get to celebrate Eid together. JazakAllah.

May Allah grant her shifa3, ameen.

quackenbuschlight:

"how can you drink hot coffee in the middle of summer?"

fire cannot kill a dragon

daughterofdiaspora:

my mom taught me the therapeutic power of cleaning. open all the windows. throw out the old. wipe down the entire house. burn some incense. roast some coffee. then rest. that way the tears from last night don’t feel as heavy.