Kendricks: The Innovator

LIGHTWERKER. HEALER. MASTER TEACHER. MUSICIAN. VIDEOGRAPHER. ARTIST. LINGUIST. EGYPTIAN. ATLANTEAN. WRITER. CREATOR. PEACE-MAKER. INNOVATOR. KENDRICKS.

[Al] Hamdulillah, Allah, Jehovah, Yahweh, Dios, Ma’at, Jah, Rastafari. Fire….

[Al] Hamdulillah, Allah, Jehovah, Yahweh, Dios, Ma’at, Jah, Rastafari. Fire….

wnderlst:

Landscapes of South Africa: Abel Erasmus Pass / Blyde River Canyon / Mariepskop | Mark Dumbleton

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alexfromfridge:

reverseracism:

myintrovertedmind:

« The Real Africa : Fight The Stereotype » by Thiri Mariah Boucher

P.R.E.A.C.H.

I personally love this.

Just one question: are there any people who think Africa is a country? Like, did you have school when you were a child

Love, love, LOVE this.

(via truthology)

Learning to distinguish the thoughts & feelings that are mine from the thoughts & feelings that I learned to perceive as ‘mine.’
Kendricks
Feel inspired by your own existence.
Dae Lee (Daeizm)

(via misterand)

daeizm:

lovingcbreezy:

psych2go:

Our psychological state allows us to see only what we want/need/feel to see at a particular time. What are the first three words that you see?

Experience,Youth & Intelligence.

Love, Freedom & Intelligence.

Money, Power, & Freedom.
Should I be concerned about this? Lol.

daeizm:

lovingcbreezy:

psych2go:

Our psychological state allows us to see only what we want/need/feel to see at a particular time. What are the first three words that you see?

Experience,Youth & Intelligence.

Love, Freedom & Intelligence.

Money, Power, & Freedom.

Should I be concerned about this? Lol.

(via illtimes)

Brown eyes are the new green.

Brown eyes are the new green.

18 Things White People Should Know/Do Before Discussing Racism

→ http://www.thefrisky.com/2014-06-12/18-things-white-people-should-knowdo-before-discussing-racism/

(via thecelestialchild)

What good is religion when love is refused outside its microcosm?
Erykah Badu

yagazieemezi:

I made this set last year for Father’s Day. We need more photographs portraying the tenderness of African fatherhood! - Yagazie Emezi

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