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fckyeahprettyafricans:

Kenya
http://fromcurveswithlove.wordpress.com/

fckyeahprettyafricans:

Kenya

http://fromcurveswithlove.wordpress.com/

spiritualinspiration:

“…he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus”
(Philippians 1:6, NIV)

Sometimes when God is doing a work in our lives, it can begin to feel a little uncomfortable. We may encounter people who are hard to get along with or have circumstances that seem beyond our control. When this happens, instead of complaining, getting sour or trying to change everything around you, why don’t you look deep inside and say, “Lord, thank You for doing a work in me.” See, I’ve learned that God is more interested in changing me than He is in changing my circumstances. If I choose to stay sour because I’m not getting my way or discouraged because things aren’t happening on my time table, that’s going to keep me right where I am.

If you want to see change, if you want to see God open up new doors, the key is to bloom right where you’re planted. You can’t wait until everything gets better before you decide to have a good attitude. You have to be the best that you can be right where you are. When you bloom where you’re planted, you’re allowing God to work in you, and He will be faithful to complete what He’s started in you!

A PRAYER FOR TODAYFather God, thank You for doing a work in me. I choose to align myself with Your plan by blooming where I’m planted. Help me, by Your Spirit, to be an example of Your love and life everywhere I go in Jesus’ name. Amen.

spiritualinspiration:

“…he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus”
(Philippians 1:6, NIV)

Sometimes when God is doing a work in our lives, it can begin to feel a little uncomfortable. We may encounter people who are hard to get along with or have circumstances that seem beyond our control. When this happens, instead of complaining, getting sour or trying to change everything around you, why don’t you look deep inside and say, “Lord, thank You for doing a work in me.” See, I’ve learned that God is more interested in changing me than He is in changing my circumstances. If I choose to stay sour because I’m not getting my way or discouraged because things aren’t happening on my time table, that’s going to keep me right where I am.

If you want to see change, if you want to see God open up new doors, the key is to bloom right where you’re planted. You can’t wait until everything gets better before you decide to have a good attitude. You have to be the best that you can be right where you are. When you bloom where you’re planted, you’re allowing God to work in you, and He will be faithful to complete what He’s started in you!

A PRAYER FOR TODAY

Father God, thank You for doing a work in me. I choose to align myself with Your plan by blooming where I’m planted. Help me, by Your Spirit, to be an example of Your love and life everywhere I go in Jesus’ name. Amen.

black Egyptians

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prettyboyshyflizzy:

africasleopard:

worldken:

stuffwhitepeopleask:

mooseings:

Channel 9 cameraman calls Australian Muslim a “fucking terrorist” and then his reaction is used by the media to portray “Muslim gets angry at cameraman”.

Look at this prime example of just how messed up Australia’s media is. Look at how desperate they are to fuel the xenophobia that’s sweeping through the country since the introduction of Tony Abbott’s new “Terror Laws” and raising the Terror Alert. It’s absolutely disgusting. 

HIs voice is breaking because he’s fucking fed up with this bullshit and its no wonder.

The level to which the media in this country can (and does) influence the thoughts of the people is fucking terrifying. That they would go to these lengths to push their perspective… well I guess once you’ve gotten this far it’s not that surprising.

^^^

White people behave the same no matter their accent 😒

prettyboyshyflizzy:

dion-thesocialist:

chauvinistsushi:

darvinasafo:

#Staywoke

WORD?

I wouldn’t be the least bit surprised if this turned out to be true.

I been saying this they even told on themselves once they declined to give African countries the cure talking about “shortage and experimental” smh

ultrafacts:

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thefitrasta:

Justin Lynch beating Michael Phelps record at just 16

wasiawasia:

What is the thing that makes you get up every morning?

Shanti 🙏

fckyeahprettyafricans:

http://taintedlips.tumblr.com/ 
Namibia 

fckyeahprettyafricans:

http://taintedlips.tumblr.com/ 

Namibia 

ismiley4:

Part 3: Celebrities react to the Ferguson protests (Part 1, Part 2)

Jennifer Lewis»>

xxloveyou2x:

andshegotthegirl:

kemetic-dreams:

peopleofthediaspora:

littlepandabear:

kemetic-dreams:

Mobs lynched Mary Turner on May 17, 1918 in Lowndes County, Georgia because she vowed to have those responsible for killing her husband arrested. Her husband was arrested in connection with the shooting and killing Hampton Smith, a white farmer for whom the couple had worked, and for wounding his wife. Sidney Johnson. a Black man, apparently killed Smith because he was tired of the farmer’s abuse. Unable to find Johnson. the killers lynched eight other Blacks Including Hayes Turner and his wife Mary. The mob hanged Mary by her feet, poured gasoline and oil on her and set fire to her body. One white man sliced her open and Mrs. Turner’s baby tumbled to the ground with a “little cry” and the mob stomped the baby to death and sprayed bullets into Mary Turner. (NAACP: Thirty Years of Lynching in the U.S. 1889-1918 )

Omfg

No humanity. Yet they call us animals.

Who are youhttp://shop.africanancestry.com/mobile/Product.aspx?ProductCode=MC001

WHAT!?!?!!!

Never forget

xxloveyou2x:

andshegotthegirl:

kemetic-dreams:

peopleofthediaspora:

littlepandabear:

kemetic-dreams:

Mobs lynched Mary Turner on May 17, 1918 in Lowndes County, Georgia because she vowed to have those responsible for killing her husband arrested. Her husband was arrested in connection with the shooting and killing Hampton Smith, a white farmer for whom the couple had worked, and for wounding his wife. Sidney Johnson. a Black man, apparently killed Smith because he was tired of the farmer’s abuse. Unable to find Johnson. the killers lynched eight other Blacks Including Hayes Turner and his wife Mary. The mob hanged Mary by her feet, poured gasoline and oil on her and set fire to her body. One white man sliced her open and Mrs. Turner’s baby tumbled to the ground with a “little cry” and the mob stomped the baby to death and sprayed bullets into Mary Turner. (NAACP: Thirty Years of Lynching in the U.S. 1889-1918 )

Omfg

No humanity. Yet they call us animals.

Who are you
http://shop.africanancestry.com/mobile/Product.aspx?ProductCode=MC001

WHAT!?!?!!!

Never forget

dondregreen:

170th (st)

dondregreen:

170th (st)

— Kaiden Blake (via observando)
blacknaturals:

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blacknaturals:

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