I USED TO HELP PASTOR A WHITE MAJORITY CHURCH IN WITPORTJIE , ROODEPOORT. SOUTH AFRICA
THE LEADERSHIP OF MY LAST SOUTH AFRICA MISSIONARY OUT POST WROTE ME THE ATTACHED DOCUMENT BEFORE MY BODY WAS POISONED WITH SUSPECTED NERVE AGENT BY BOSASA to help #BlackapartheidANC consolidate it's theft of my intellectual property. MY BODY HEALED ITSELF WITHOUT HOSPITALS.
MY BODY IS NOT DYING GUYS. ALL THINGS WORKED TOGETHER FOR MY GOOD.
The slight temporary persecution driven injury worked an eternal weight of glory.
I am not religious!
More details in the book THE MYSTERY OF BLACK RACISM: Narratives from my African Odyssey in South Africa
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Friday Goals: Finish up this book that I am almost nearly done with. Blog about my #monthlyfavorites for June. (How is June nearly over already?) Get some sleep. Cook something yum. I am thinking Gujju Daal because it's been an age and I am craving some sweet and tangy daal comfort ❤️ Hope you have a wonderful Friday too Behens 💖 . . . #fridayreads #friday #bookstagram #unitedbookstagram #bibliophile #postitfortheaesthetic #flatlay #travelersnotebook #stationerylovers #currentlyreading #theheartaskspleasurefirst #fiction #booksmakemehappy #goals #todolist (at West Bengal) https://www.instagram.com/p/CQh6fGEJrE4/?utm_medium=tumblr
I spread my wings but do not fly.
Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet
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you know when you’re reading an exciting part of a book and your eyes keep jumping ahead and skimming paragraphs bc you’re so desperate to know what happens ahead and you’re like hey dumbass! calm down, take it easy, patience is a virtue
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Why, a world without reading, I cannot fathom it.
V. E. Schwab, The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue
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Ziggy, Stardust and Me #OutOfContext
72 Big Bad Wolf- Jenika Snow
Ren is so sweet even though he's waited so long. It's never easy to take a risk so I'm glad Mikalina had the guts to do it. It was nice to read about a fast burn. The way they fall in love is great. This is spicy! The set up for the next book was fantastic. It is just a really good story.
•A series I really need to get to and finish• This is one of those cases where I’ve only read book one and book two but I’ve still bought the entire series…and they have just sat in my shelves FOR YEARS (2019 in fact). I really loved the first two books in this series so I really should make an effort and get back into it! #books #bookish #bibliophile #bookstagram #bookblog #booklr #read #reading #bookworm #kelleyarmstrong #womenoftheotherworld #toread (at Wellington, New Zealand) https://www.instagram.com/p/CQhfiwSrLWm/?utm_medium=tumblr
For one this isn’t a history book, but it recounts historical events/stories about race and anti-racism.
I really don’t know how to review a non-fiction work. I picked this up for my library’s summer reading challenge since I needed a non-fiction book and this seemed interesting. I’ve actually seen Emmmabooks talk about this last year during the Black Lives Matter Movement (I know it is still on going, but it feels like in the past year it really took off). I was a bit nervous that this would be dry and boring, but this was definitely engaging. There is a lot of things we don’t really know that went on in our history because White people wanted to cover things up or viewed African Americans in a stereotypical way. I thought this was very thought provoking and a fast read.
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Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for a copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review! Thank you to Goodreads for the image.
Release Date: July 13th, 2021
A very fast-paced, hook you and reel you in, kind of book.
I read this in about three hours, and found myself relatively engaged. I think the pacing is really nice, the readability is great, but found the story a little less exciting than other books I've read by the author.
While I did not see some of the twists coming, I did think that a couple were extremely underwhelming. I also did not find the characters to be really fleshed out. They were kind of two dimensional for me.
A major sell of this book for me is that it is a fantastic summer read. Not only does it take place during the summer, but it's the perfect book to keep you company when you're pool or beach side.
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I've read the spoilers for bnha 318 and all I can say is that I may cry at the end of the chapter
it is terrifying that the mind travels to the darkest of corners, even wishes for my worst nightmares to come to reality somedays, in an attempt to come up with a reason behind my sadness//
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"We can endure all kinds of pain. It’s shame that eats men whole.”
— Leigh Bardugo, Crooked Kingdom
June 24th, 2021
My mom opened up a shelf for me to put some of my books on. Here I have some I’m currently reading plus some on my TBR. Although, I have more books on the way 👀
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the waiting room of my therapists office is probably a bad place to read my serial killer encyclopedia right?
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What I'm currently reading is on my TikTok now
All my social media is ☝️ ☝️ ☝️