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Get “Bigger Than Me”

Source: SoundCloud / eOne Music

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Think like a man too premiere

Black women are so magical.


Keke 😍

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you know what? people say they only adopts these kids as publicity stunts, but just look at how happy that little cupcake is. rock on, brad and angelina. 

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I feel in my heart as though I am meant for something,
Meant to do something-
Something great and holy and whole.

Sometimes I feel this in the hollow of my chest,
Sometimes it is alive, pushing,
Aching to be realized.

While often -
I am plagued by self-doubt,
I find myself always wondering where it was
I learnt to believe that maybe
I deserved a place among the greats,
Where this kind of arrogance came from.

I am stuck in this awful paradigm,
Where some days,
I believe that I could be a hero
And others,
I am struggling to save myself.

saving my inner hero (via thegabdonwrites)

Reblogged from blackcommunist (Originally from thegabdonwrites)
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One principle that the resurrection teaches us is that God will always finish what He started. No matter how dark it looks, no matter how long it’s been, no matter how many people are trying to push you down; if you will stay in faith, God will always take you from Friday to Sunday. You will see your day of breakthrough because God will complete what He started.

If you are going through a dark time today, remember that your day of resurrection, your “Sunday,” is on the way! Keep standing, keep believing because soon you will rise up and embrace the victory He has in store for you!

Reblogged from spiritualinspiration (Originally from worshipgifs)
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Peter Joseph on structural violence, from this video.

Reblogged from blackcommunist (Originally from universalequalityisinevitable)