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xeptum7 months ago
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hope this helps馃檹
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nerviovagoa month ago
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idkhowifeel14 days ago
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In honor of suicide prevention month I鈥檒l be killing myself
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kny1113 months ago
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Don鈥檛 Have Rent Money? Eviction-Free NY Made Available A Tool To Help You File Hardship of Declaration:
Hello fellow New Yorkers!
Are you also dealing with understandably not being able to pay rent during one of the worst crisis we鈥檝e had to deal with? Did the landlord send an eviction notice? All of the above? This tool from Eviction-Free NY helps you, in a few simple steps that I just finished myself, have you prepared for this.
What the tool does is basically use a bit of automation to do the complex aspects of the eviction protection process through this moratoria easier to navigate through the use of this recent form. This process takes some of your contact info, and address info so they can send the form to the landlord and the courthouse at the same time for you and send a USPS tracking number. This is also amazing for any disabled New Yorkers who have difficulties accessing the physical and tangible court systems! Here鈥檚 a link to their website: https://www.evictionfreeny.org/en/
Here鈥檚 link to fill out form鈥榮 website: https://www.evictionfreeny.org/en/declaration/welcome
Need additional support?
Call the Housing Court Answers hotline at 212-962-4795.
Hours of operation: Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm.
Available in English and Spanish.
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brooklynmuseum9 months ago
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In ancient Egypt, what we call medicine was understood as a form of magic. Practicing medicinal magic honored the goddess Sakhmet, the ferocious, lion-headed protector of Egypt. Though she is often thought of as protecting Egypt from invasion, this life-size sculpture of the goddess was one of hundreds commissioned by king Amunhotep III for his funerary complex, which scholars believe were meant to thank the goddess for the ending of a plague that ravaged the region. Sakhmet was believed to be so ferocious that if her wrath was not calmed after the enemy was defeated, she may bring about the end of the world. She could be placated with offerings of beer dyed red to resemble blood as well as the flooded Nile carrying silt, suggesting renewal and rebirth.
Like today, preventing disease was the first course of action. The ancient Egyptians turned to apotropaic deities who were believed to be able to scare-off the evil and chaotic forces, including those that caused disease. A magical knife, adorned with the head of a protective leopard, and fearsome, hybrid gods鈥攍ion-headed Aha showing domination over poisonous snakes, and hippo-based Tawaret wielding a knife herself鈥攚ould cut the heads off of demons. Over time, gods like Aha, and the similar Bes, were ascribed more and more traits to address more and more concerns. This seven-headed figure with four sets of wings, the tail of a falcon and a crocodile, the heads of jackals for feet, and enveloped in a ring of fire is an example of a deity so mysterious and powerful that it could guard against a variety of maladies described on this small papyrus scroll meant to be rolled up and carried around.
In the final weeks of 2020, we're taking time to find comfort, hope, and healing with artworks in the Museum's collection.聽
Egyptian, Bust of the Goddess Sakhmet, ca. 1390-1352 B.C.E. Granodiorite. Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Dr. and Mrs. W. Benson Harer, Jr. in honor of Richard Fazzini and the excavations of the Temple of Mut in South Karnak, Mary Smith Dorward Fund and Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund, 1991.311.聽鈫捖燛gyptian, Fragment of "Magic Knife," ca. 1759-after 1630 B.C.E. Frit. Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Evangeline Wilbour Blashfield, Theodora Wilbour, and Victor Wilbour honoring the wishes of their mother, Charlotte Beebe Wilbour, as a memorial to their father, Charles Edwin Wilbour, 16.580.145.聽鈫捖燛gyptian, Scene from a Magical Papyrus, 664-525 B.C.E. Papyrus, ink. Brooklyn Museum, Bequest of Theodora Wilbour from the collection of her father, Charles Edwin Wilbour, 47.218.156a-d.
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zerocalorie-life2 months ago
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PLEASE READ
REBLOG IF YOU鈥橰E WILLING TO HELP SOMEONE WHO IS THINKING OF SUIC1DE
Let鈥檚 make a chain of people who can be resources in those moments.
Let this post be the first thing you go to before making any decisions.
Find someone on this post.
Give it one last conversation,
allow yourself to breath,
get support,
understand you鈥檙e not alone
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I am always here.
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punkofsunshine4 months ago
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Quick reminder
Collapse isn鈥檛 inevitable, it鈥檚 our duty聽to stop collapse if it indeed does happen. Damage control, unification, and solidarity with each other is how we get things done any other time. Why would it be any different during the climate crisis. We can鈥檛 rely upon hierarchical power structures to solve our problems for us, we have to seize them ourselves and begin damage prevention now. How you do that is up to you and those around you. Just a quick pep-talk as things are getting rather bleak everywhere.
Have a good one and stay safe babes.
This has been @punkofsunshine, aka a very infrequent poster due to working myself to death.
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julesxrue5 months ago
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鈥淵our brain erases every memory that ever brung you joy鈥
Rue talking about depression// this is so hard to watch because it really feels like that
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ctto: twitter: @HANAtruly
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bunnypictureoftheday5 months ago
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I was petting and hugging Mimi today and noticed that his ears smelt 鈥渙ff鈥 for lack of a better term. I鈥檓 a weirdo who likes to smell my bunnies and knows how they normally smell, so this little change prompted me to check his ears.
Long story short, Mimi didn鈥檛 like the eardrop ointment too much, but it should prevent gunk and stuff from accumulating since we caught it so early. 4/16/2021
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thugheadjones3 months ago
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鈥淪ometimes being strong means being able to tell people when you鈥檙e feeling weak. So if you are ever feeling that way, you don鈥檛 knock on my door. You knock my door down.鈥
- (On suicide) A Million Little Things is sappy and ridiculous and specifically written to make middle-aged housewives cry, but this was a really good quote that I wish more people who feel alone could hear.
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bearded-cat3 months ago
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Im doing an anti-suicide campaign for myself and its called 鈥渨atching Bo Burnham鈥檚 netflix special instead of studying鈥 and it consists on watching Bo Burnham鈥檚 netflix special instead of studying.
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