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omiedahomie:

I have the utmost respect for those who have everything but maintain more modesty than the average person

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scentofregret:

thevainvixenn:

myhoodismyfamily:

damonwells:

Didn’t just write a check, either. He personally went over there and helped build it.

mad respect for him

Love him.

Immortal technique- you never know

Did this make the news? If it didn’t, it certainly should have. 

scentofregret:

thevainvixenn:

myhoodismyfamily:

damonwells:

Didn’t just write a check, either. He personally went over there and helped build it.

mad respect for him

Love him.

Immortal technique- you never know

Did this make the news? If it didn’t, it certainly should have. 

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My only competition is my own potential.
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Maghboli da sadagi ast.

'beauty is in simplicity.' 

- Afghan proverb 

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sherrocked:

My little sister is a really pretty girl and she gets dick pics all the time from annoying boys, so being the girl she is, she started using them as blackmail.
She now has about 30 boys doing her bidding because one stepped out of line and she got someone to print out 500 copies of the photo and mailed it to his family.

My sister is 16 and she’s running a black mail Mafia.
She’s going places.

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lamorbidezza:

Givenchy Haute Couture Fall 2010

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No woman, no cry

— Four word story (by Bob Marley)

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I always believed that only Pashtuns were racist towards Hazaras or were the ones who belittled Hazaras. But now I've come to realize that its not just Pashtuns that are racist towards Hazaras but also Tajiks and Uzbeks. Its saddening to realize how hateful people are. Do you believe that Hazaras also receive discrimination from people other than Pastuns?

Asked by Anonymous

Well for someone who has experienced racism first hand. I’ll be the first to tell you this is very true. I mean it went as far as ethnic cleansing, attempting to wipe out an entire race. Which is why there isn’t much recorded history on Hazaras apart from being the victims of majorities. People are hateful no matter where you go. Hate is also taught, it isn’t something you’re born with. I can’t say the same about how it is now in Afg, but it use to be really bad. There was racism in ever system you can think of. Unfortunately when foreign invasion was absent we took up war against our own. Personally the strongest hate usually came from Pashtuns than any other group. 

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hllucinate:

so is anyone secretly in love with me yet

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letnoorshine:

Finally, after several edits, re-edits, cuts, and changes….I have finished my news package on the Murfreesboro Muslim Cemetery controversy. I’ve never spent this much time on a package, or had this many writers/directors/journalists look over it in order to perfect it. I really wanted to tell this story objectively and throughly. Please share!

keralaatheart:

Monsoon thrill  ..Kerala,India

by  Ratheesh R

chemically-miserable I totally understand what you mean. It can have negative connotation, especially the word labelling. but It shouldn’t b/c it’s just as importance as one’s race. Both mean identity. Who’s to say brown isn’t an identity? It’s like not labelling black people black and white people white. etc.  

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icwok:

changing themes is such a traumatic experience

It can either make you or break you. 

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