y’all know you wanna get your cuddles on in here.
it’s so comfy.
And smoke there
Underwater sculpture, in Grenada, in honor of our African ancestors thrown overboard.
I couldnt not reblog this, it’s so powerful to me.
oh my god.
white people always think everything is powerful
^^^ omg hahaa
reblogging strictly for that comment
*mortal combat voice* FINISH HIM
SHE USED THE FORCE OF HIM PULLING HER TO HELP PROPEL HERSELF ONTO HIM. THAT’S SOME TACTICAL THINKING DAMN.
she beat his ass with flip flops on thats some serious skill
My favorite song since the 8th grade, folks.It’s just gorgeous.
ANON THIS IS FOR YOU
my whole life i have been put down because of a choice i made. no one said i would amount to anything. no one has ever given me a hand out. no one has ever said it’s ok to hurt. no one said i would do anything. they all said i was worthless. anyone from my ex to blood relatives. no one ever saw anything in me. I was killed on oct 22nd 2011 and revived after five minutes only to awaken and be told that i would never walk again. 3 doctors and two nurses told me that everything from my waist down was useless. they told me to not even give the idea a chance. one year later and i have beaten homelessness, i have beaten death, i have beaten paralysis. I, a nobody, a broke down gangster. I don’t fight because I am strong. I don’t fight because I am brave. I fight because no one ever fought for me. Anon I know life is fucking with you right now and nothing seems worth it and no one is fighting for you but know this. I FIGHT FOR YOU.
so if you have no one to fight for fight for me too.
This is the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen.
Don’t ever give up
fuck, im crying
Literature Meme: Movements (1/2) > Transcendentalism
Transcendentalism was a movement in nineteenth-century American literature and thought. It called for people to view the objects in the world as small versions of the whole universe, and to trust their individual intuitions. Transcendentalism placed heavy emphasis on nature, contemplative thought, and self-reliance. Noted transcendentalists include Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Margaret Fuller, and—to a lesser extent—Robert Frost.