THEY FEATURED MY QUESTIONNNN FAN GIRLING
Vincent Van Gogh - Blossoming Almond Tree
his painting style is so unique, i love learning about it
I’m still a photographer beyond street photography, so I often find myself photographing off the streets, shots like this with Wardah Beauty Ambassador, TV Host, International Traveller, Pilates Instructor, Lisa Namuri.
By: Langston Hues
#modeststreetfashion #modestfashion #wardahbeauty #lisanamuri
As much as I want to believe this, it would be great if it was true, but I’ve seen and heard nothing of Muslims condemning ISIS save for one picture.
The funny thing is, you just completely proved the point being made in the tweet, clearly you haven’t been listening to Muslims at all:
This is just a taster. Now run along and do some research before making petty generalisations.
i just burnt my tongue on my food and it made me realise that sometimes the ones you love hurt you the most
|—||Henry Wordsworth Longfellow (via psych-facts)|
“So yes I know how angry, or naive, or self-destructive, or messed up, or even deluded I sound weaving my way through these life stories at times. But beautiful things. Graceful things. Hopeful things can sometimes appear in dark places.”
— Lidia Yuknavith, The Chronology of Water
“I love science and I love working with children. So, I decided to become a pediatric surgeon. I want to help children in Somalia because families there neither can afford nor have access to good medical care.”
St. Paul, MN
This is a story of a native girl being saved by the white man. Flown to the UK, the Western world can feel good about itself as they save the native woman from the savage men of her home nation. It is a historic racist narrative that has been institutionalised. Journalists and politicians were falling over themselves to report and comment on the case: the story of an innocent brown child that was shot by savages for demanding an education and along comes the knight in shining armour to save her.
The actions of the West, the bombings, the occupations, the wars all seem justified now, “see, we told you, this is why we intervene to save the natives.”
The truth is that there are hundreds and thousands of other Malalas. They come from Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and other places in the world. Many are victims of the West, but we conveniently forget about those as Western journalists and politicians fall over themselves to appease their white-middle class guilt also known as the white man’s burden.