Illuminate, Energize by the Light.

andreplus:
woodnwata:
John Matthias - Spreadsheet Blues
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andreplus:

woodnwata:

John Matthias - Spreadsheet Blues

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Comparison is an act of violence against the self.
Maya Angelou (via lindsaybottos)

(Source: timlebsack, via bornunderalibrasun)

darvinasafo:

The practice of peace.

darvinasafo:

The practice of peace.

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jsbanksart:

"Azul"Spray Paint and Oil Based Sharpie on Stretched Canvas24x30(2014)Available at: www.etsy.com/shop/JSBanksAbstractArt

New piece available on my Etsy shop…! 

jsbanksart:

"Azul"
Spray Paint and Oil Based Sharpie 
on Stretched Canvas
24x30
(2014)

Available at: www.etsy.com/shop/JSBanksAbstractArt

New piece available on my Etsy shop…! 

The beginning of love is to let those we love be perfectly themselves, and not to twist them to fit our own image. Otherwise we love only the reflection of ourselves we find in them.
Thomas Merton (via psych-facts)

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astonishingx:

Storm by Aype Beven

astonishingx:

Storm by Aype Beven

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jordis-bodega:

stepbaby:

If any of u make art please let me interview u ❤️

What kind of art

I do!

xbitchcraftx:

"I think that people want homophobia to change in black America the way that homophobia changed in white America, but it’s not going to happen that way. It’s gonna happen in a way that is befitting to black culture. Everyone always knew Little Richard was gay, but because of his talent, people overlooked it. Dennis Rodman is heterosexual but was a public cross-dresser, but because he was such a good NBA player, people overlooked it. In black culture, talent has always been this big deal. In black culture, there is an ideology of support, of taking care of your people and your community. Changing homophobia is going to come from public figures and pastors telling their community to love their children, that lesbians and gays are your brothers and sisters, that you can be gay and that doesn’t make you less of a strong black man. Discrimination, segregation, and racism make people feel that they have to be strong. And people relate strength to masculinity. And people relate homosexuality to being the opposite of masculinity. When femininity is seen as a source of power in black culture, homophobia will no longer exist."

xbitchcraftx:

"I think that people want homophobia to change in black America the way that homophobia changed in white America, but it’s not going to happen that way. It’s gonna happen in a way that is befitting to black culture. Everyone always knew Little Richard was gay, but because of his talent, people overlooked it. Dennis Rodman is heterosexual but was a public cross-dresser, but because he was such a good NBA player, people overlooked it. In black culture, talent has always been this big deal. In black culture, there is an ideology of support, of taking care of your people and your community. Changing homophobia is going to come from public figures and pastors telling their community to love their children, that lesbians and gays are your brothers and sisters, that you can be gay and that doesn’t make you less of a strong black man. Discrimination, segregation, and racism make people feel that they have to be strong. And people relate strength to masculinity. And people relate homosexuality to being the opposite of masculinity. When femininity is seen as a source of power in black culture, homophobia will no longer exist."

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