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despazito · 7 months ago
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twin-fox · a year ago
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Someone put red paint on the "Serve and Protect" sculpture at the Salt Lake City police building and it is such a powerful statement.
"Good art should disturb the comfortable and comfort the disturbed." -C.A.C.
If anyone knows who took the photo, it would be much appreciated. I want to give credit where credits due. Found here on insta.
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karas-sweaters · 3 months ago
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He holds power the rest of us can only dream of
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brownskinblair · 3 months ago
You’re walking into the life you prayed to God about. You’re walking into the life that God promised you. You’re walking into the life that you manifested with the power of God within you. You are walking into your destiny. Continue walking by faith and not by sight. Claim this for yourself. Everything God promised you is yours.
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resiliencewithin · 25 days ago
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chaotic-uncreative · 16 days ago
Neurotypical people: "I have removed all distractions, no you have no choice but to be productive."
My adhd ass: "You fool, moron, idiotic buffoon, fucking imbecil, baka. So long as I can move parts of my body, blink, breathe, or even think I'll have distractions."
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runningfromadream · 2 months ago
Truly powerful people have great humility. They do not try to impress, they do not try to be influential. They simply are. People are magnetically drawn to them. They are most often very silent and focused, aware of their core selves. They never persuade, nor do they use manipulation or aggressiveness to get their way. They listen. If there is anything they can offer to assist you, they offer it; if not, they are silent.
Sanaya Roman, Living with Joy
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mournfulroses · a year ago
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Mahmoud Darwish, from Unfortunately, It Was Paradise: Selected Poems; “The Flute Cried,”
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