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gabifresh:

thebootygoon:

cant keep ya eyes off my fatty daddy i want u 

image

(na na) 

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surfbourdt surfboardt 

omg

(Source: microsoftpussy)

aseaofquotes:

Neil Gaiman, Fragile Things

aseaofquotes:

Neil Gaiman, Fragile Things

sai-rah asked: Hi! I am Indian/Pakistani with a Hindu mother and a Muslim father. I am getting certified in yoga and wanted to know your thoughts about white people or non-South Asians practicing yoga. Is that culture appropriation?

divsurl:

nayyirahwaheed:

it is definitely a spiritual practice that is deeply connected and rooted in india. there are also recent discoveries that it’s origins are also connected to africa / ancient egypt. i do believe that it has been commodified and invaded by white people. let’s open this question up to the folks in the space. with questions of cultural appropriation i find it is a better and more educational convo when we can speak with each other :)))

Practicing Yoga as exercise/meditation technique, I wouldn’t call that cultural appropriation, as long as its strictly just that. But when some people go down the whole “Hare Raama Hare Krishna”, I greet everyone with Namaste, Oh the Indian culture is so beautiful, and colorful, and peaceful, let me throw a cotton t-shirt with “Om” symbols or Ganesha’s face stamped all over it, and a Rudrakhsha chain just because its so INDIAN and I am so into Yoga«< ALL OF THAT, is cultural appropriation. 

One day I will laugh and no loneliness will fall out.
– Te’ V. Smith Here We Are, Reflections Of A God Gone Mad (via tevsmith)

(via nayyirahwaheed)

You’re really good at not letting people love you.
– Unknown  (via terrible)

(Source: goodniteowl, via ontheprowlinsocal)

I want a to build a tiny house, buy land and buy a bunker.

For some reason I’ve been in this survivalist/economical/off the grid flow. Major sigh.

On the bright side I now have something to work towards.

tinyhouseamerica:

Storage Spaces in the Inaugural Tiny House from East Coast Tiny Homes

I’m excited to see more from this company

(via tinyhousesgalore)

Style has a profound meaning to Black Americans. If we can’t drive, we will invent walks and the world will envy the dexterity of our feet. If we can’t have ham, we will boil chitterlings; if we are given rotten peaches, we will make cobblers; if given scraps, we will make quilts; take away our drums, and we will clap our hands. We prove the human spirit will prevail. We will take what we have to make what we need. We need confidence in our knowledge of who we are.
– Nikki Giovanni (via blackcontemporaryart)

(via bohemianesqueaffairs)

gabifresh:

thebootygoon:

cant keep ya eyes off my fatty daddy i want u 

image

(na na) 

image

surfbourdt surfboardt 

omg

(Source: microsoftpussy)

aseaofquotes:

Neil Gaiman, Fragile Things

aseaofquotes:

Neil Gaiman, Fragile Things

sai-rah asked: Hi! I am Indian/Pakistani with a Hindu mother and a Muslim father. I am getting certified in yoga and wanted to know your thoughts about white people or non-South Asians practicing yoga. Is that culture appropriation?

divsurl:

nayyirahwaheed:

it is definitely a spiritual practice that is deeply connected and rooted in india. there are also recent discoveries that it’s origins are also connected to africa / ancient egypt. i do believe that it has been commodified and invaded by white people. let’s open this question up to the folks in the space. with questions of cultural appropriation i find it is a better and more educational convo when we can speak with each other :)))

Practicing Yoga as exercise/meditation technique, I wouldn’t call that cultural appropriation, as long as its strictly just that. But when some people go down the whole “Hare Raama Hare Krishna”, I greet everyone with Namaste, Oh the Indian culture is so beautiful, and colorful, and peaceful, let me throw a cotton t-shirt with “Om” symbols or Ganesha’s face stamped all over it, and a Rudrakhsha chain just because its so INDIAN and I am so into Yoga«< ALL OF THAT, is cultural appropriation. 

One day I will laugh and no loneliness will fall out.
– Te’ V. Smith Here We Are, Reflections Of A God Gone Mad (via tevsmith)

(via nayyirahwaheed)

bliss.

bliss.

(Source: maresiaas, via tinyhouseamerica)

You’re really good at not letting people love you.
– Unknown  (via terrible)

(Source: goodniteowl, via ontheprowlinsocal)

I want a to build a tiny house, buy land and buy a bunker.

For some reason I’ve been in this survivalist/economical/off the grid flow. Major sigh.

On the bright side I now have something to work towards.

tinyhouseamerica:

Storage Spaces in the Inaugural Tiny House from East Coast Tiny Homes

I’m excited to see more from this company

(via tinyhousesgalore)

Style has a profound meaning to Black Americans. If we can’t drive, we will invent walks and the world will envy the dexterity of our feet. If we can’t have ham, we will boil chitterlings; if we are given rotten peaches, we will make cobblers; if given scraps, we will make quilts; take away our drums, and we will clap our hands. We prove the human spirit will prevail. We will take what we have to make what we need. We need confidence in our knowledge of who we are.
– Nikki Giovanni (via blackcontemporaryart)

(via bohemianesqueaffairs)

"One day I will laugh and no loneliness will fall out."
"You’re really good at not letting people love you."
I want a to build a tiny house, buy land and buy a bunker.
"Style has a profound meaning to Black Americans. If we can’t drive, we will invent walks and the world will envy the dexterity of our feet. If we can’t have ham, we will boil chitterlings; if we are given rotten peaches, we will make cobblers; if given scraps, we will make quilts; take away our drums, and we will clap our hands. We prove the human spirit will prevail. We will take what we have to make what we need. We need confidence in our knowledge of who we are."

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