Photo 20 Oct 49 notes i-living-islam:

Travel not from creature to creature, otherwise you will be like a donkey at the mill. Rather go from creatures to the Creator.- Ibn Ata’Allah rahimahu Llah 

i-living-islam:

Travel not from creature to creature, otherwise you will be like a donkey at the mill. Rather go from creatures to the Creator.

- Ibn Ata’Allah rahimahu Llah 

Video 20 Oct 493,501 notes

thehappiestdoughgirl:

whowasminein99:

this will be my child

#indigenouspeoplesday

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Photo 18 Oct 170 notes ahappymuslimah:

A revert left Islam & her text mgs. 

We would hugs newly reverts,  congratulations them but then we left them alone :’( 

If you said you would help reverts to their face; MAKE SURE YOU KEEP YOUR PROMISE!!!!!

ahappymuslimah:

A revert left Islam & her text mgs.

We would hugs newly reverts, congratulations them but then we left them alone :’(

If you said you would help reverts to their face; MAKE SURE YOU KEEP YOUR PROMISE!!!!!

Video 18 Oct 65 notes

thepeacefulterrorist:

when i was at the berkeley public library i was looking for books on libya, and the children’s section was literally the only place that had any. and i also came across this book. beautiful. africa is not a country.

Photo 18 Oct 140,497 notes thegeminisage:

urdchama:

cardiocutie:

cardiocutie:

Geometric space art.

Guys you don’t understand how awesome this is. This pattern happens everywhere. It happens on flowers and pinecones absolutely vegetables, it happens all around you. If you don’t think that’s like the realist shit ever i don’t understand you.


Representation of the apparent motion of the Sun and planets as seen from Earth. Encyclopaedia Britannica (1777) 

siterlas

thegeminisage:

urdchama:

cardiocutie:

cardiocutie:

Geometric space art.

Guys you don’t understand how awesome this is. This pattern happens everywhere. It happens on flowers and pinecones absolutely vegetables, it happens all around you. If you don’t think that’s like the realist shit ever i don’t understand you.

Representation of the apparent motion of the Sun and planets as seen from Earth. Encyclopaedia Britannica (1777) 

siterlas

Quote 18 Oct 2,375 notes
As long as you look for someone else to validate who you are by seeking their approval, you are setting yourself up for disaster. You have to be whole and complete in yourself. No one can give you that. You have to know who you are - what others say is irrelevant.
— Nic Sheff (via onlinecounsellingcollege)
Quote 18 Oct 1,549 notes
If you ever turn around and find that it’s been three months since you’ve faced Makkah.
And your shame is so overwhelming that it crashes over you like a tidal wave,
Do not run,
let it overcome you
and force you to your knees.
Your guilt is a mercy,
accept it, be grateful.
— Key Ballah, Things I Will Tell My Daughter (via keywrites)
Quote 17 Oct 50,784 notes
In order to move on, you must understand why you felt what you did and why you no longer need to feel it.
— Mitch Albom, Five People You Meet In Heaven  (via davidlynchshair)

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Video 16 Oct 23,181 notes

owning-my-truth:

dee-dubble-yoo:

owning-my-truth:

More than 4,000 Africans have died from Ebola and the crisis is continuing to escalate, grow and spiral out of control, displacing tens of thousands, killing entire families and instilling fear into the day to day lives of millions of people in West Africa and all white people care about is their fucking chocolate. Fuck Bill Tomson (@BillTomson4 on Twitter), white liberals and Politico (@Politico on Twitter) for this disgusting, racist trash.

Ummm but y’all know most of that chocolate being produced along the Ivory Coast (which is where we get most of our chocolate)… The cocoa beans are farmed by slaves and children, right?

So not only is there a tragedy on top of tragedy for the people there… But it’s disgusting people are not mad that a painful death is striking down the children, as long as slaves can continue to harvest cocoa beans so they can have their blood chocolate.

Yes, darthnickles also provided a great resource documenting all of the child slave labor used in the cocoa industry. An excerpt from the article:

Some children end up on the cocoa farms because they need work and traffickers tell them that the job pays well. Other children are “sold” to traffickers or farm owners by their own relatives, who are unaware of the dangerous work environment and the lack of any provisions for an education. Often, traffickers abduct the young children from small villages in neighboring African countries, such as Burkina Faso and Mali,two of the poorest countries in the world. Once they have been taken to the cocoa farms, the children may not see their families for years, if ever.

Most of the children laboring on cocoa farms are between the ages of 12 and 16,but reporters have found children as young as 5. In addition, 40% of these children are girls, and some stay for a few months, while others end up working on the cocoa farms through adulthood.[…]

Approximately 1.8 million children in the Ivory Coast and Ghana may be exposed to the worst forms of child labor on cocoa farms.

This makes this Politico article all the more disgusting.

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