"I like beginnings because they’re so full of promise. The first page of a book, the first day of a job, the first time you buy yourself flowers, the first date with a new man, the first touch, the first kiss, the first kick of a good liquor, the first moment you hold your own baby. I like beginnings because I know there’s always more to come."

— Shyma Perera, Bitter Sweet Symphony (via psych-facts)

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"My life is so fucked - and you don’t even know."

— July 28, 2014 (via shortsimplestories)

polystoned:

Drag ha to filth!

polystoned:

Drag ha to filth!

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ambivalentjoint:

Tis the season for weddings. 👰💍💕

Thought I’d share some of my photos from last year. I had a country theme and although many people thought it was “different” and weird, I loved it. We (as in some Blacks) have to stop being so traditional and close minded. There are no set rules for a wedding. I did it my way. For example, my groom walked down the aisle before me. Why? Because I wanted him to have a grand entrance too, it was his day not just mine. So to anyone reading this and planning a wedding, have fun with your event. Loosen up. Be creative. Don’t let anyone tell you what to do, believe me they will.

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thesecrowns:

Go ahead and admit it: you were sleeping on Venus Williams. You can be forgiven for that; Serena is out here being ridiculous (in a good way) all the time, showing up to people’s weddings in leopard swimsuits, causing beefs between Common and Drake, clicking on line judges, and just generally being bad ( once again, in a very good way). But while you were being awed by Serena’s forehand smash as well as her…other assets, you may have forgotten that Venus has four Olympic Gold medals, has been ranked 1st in the world in tennis on three separate occasions, and has seven Grand Slam titles including Wimbledon five times. All this, despite the fact that she was diagnosed with Sjögren’s syndrome and has struggled with fatigue for years. Yet, it is the things that this body can do that propelled her from Compton to center court. Venus’ work on grass and clay has always made Compton stand up; but these pictures will make sure everybody else does as well.

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sexadvicegoddess:

sarcasticlittlefuckk:

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I am crying I love this too much

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vitalizinq:

The human body has 7 trillion nerves and some people manage to get on every single fucking one of them

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"Steady heart that keeps on going, steady love that keeps on holding; lead me on. Steady grace that keeps forgiving, steady faith that keeps believing; lead me on."

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"Act like you trust people. but don’t."

— (via moeyhashy)

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onlyblackgirl:

afrocentric-misfit:

thesinwhisperer:

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residentgoodgirl:

therealprincessbae:

therealprincessbae:

I love, love, LOVE, seeing a darkskin man with immaculate skin. Thats when i know God is real and I see God in him. 

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GOD

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like… how??

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I just came

*sprinkles holy water* bless this post

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BLESS THE MELANIN GODS ABOVE. 

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Yesterday thou 😜😃💋

Yesterday thou 😜😃💋

littlethingsaboutgod:

Real marriage: Taking out the trash

Every house—like any relationship, particularly a marriage—has trash that must be taken out. You’re going to sin against each other. Trash is going to accumulate. If you don’t take out the trash, it will stink up the whole relationship. Don’t fight with criticism, contempt, defensiveness, or stonewalling. Rather, fight to the glory of God by recognizing sin and repenting of sin. Repentance is three things: confession, contrition, and change. It takes a sinner to repent. It takes a victim to forgive. It takes two people to reconcile. The only way your relationship will be enduring and endearing is if repentance of sin and forgiveness of sin are practiced; otherwise, it will not get better, it will get bitter.

"Death is a homecoming for the Christian."

— (via littlethingsaboutgod)

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