GOODMORNING HAPPY FRIDAY I LOVE ONE (1) TALENTED MAN
how convenient that he can’t rap on camera 🤔🤔 sorry for the i activeness today guys i had a full shift at work then had a lol valentines date pls don’t hate me it was just a hella busy day💛💛💛
MY DADS MAKING ME A CHEESE PANCAKE A NUTELLA PANCAKE AND A SUGAR+LEMON PANCAKE (i’ve just been informed by aly that not all americans celebrate pancake day and i’m sobbing y’all it’s one of my favourite days of the year i’ll be thinking of you all 😪😪)
i once saved this last piece of chocolate cake and was looking forward to it throughout the whole school day and when i got home my mum was putting the last bite of it into her mouth and y’all bet i went oFF
*attempts to pull poster down* *poster rolls straight back up* *pauses* “unO MOMENTO PORFAVORE” *tries again, poster takes 473839 years to roll down*
tom when he’s asked to pronounce croissant
are you ever lying rlly still in bed and you start thinking about a certain limb too hard e.g ur left arm and suddenly the more you think about it the more it aches and it’s like your arm gets claustrophobic and you hAve to move it to relieve it or is it just me (if you’ve read this far then make a comment about how i said mum not mom gO on i DARE YOU DJEDOEK)
HIS LIL “...think about it hero?” AT THE END WHEN HES STILL TRYNA FIGURE IT OUT
y’all,,, imagine this as him performing at a concert as a hip hop artist ohmgfo i now can’t get that image out of my head HAHAHA @tomholland2013 we know you can rap c’mon make this happen
When staying in Jerusalem last year, I had an interesting encounter with a Palestinian man on my way to try and see this gorgeous church. I posted last week about how that situation got a little scary, and this week have written about what I’ve learned. It’s taken me a year to fully articulate it. Come on over to the blog and check out this week’s post.
What a touching and inspirational day shared with the children of the Nanhi Dunya School here in Dehra Dun! This NGO has been committed to the beautiful seva of creating ‘unlearning’ spaces for impoverished and special needs children for the last 70 years. Our pilgrims were welcomed with abundant laughter, songs, love and cuddles which have no language barrier whatsoever! The Heart’s joy needs no translation. In their words: ‘Happy Happy!!!’ #nanhidunya#seva#karmayoga#livinginspiration#unlearning#specialkids#forthechildren#pilgrimage#pleasedonate
Day 31: Arrived. Pilgrim’s Mass at the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. The Botafumeiro, one of the largest censers in the world, is swung on select holidays or when a large enough donation is made to the cathedral to offset the costs of labor to prepare and then clean the censer after the incense is burned. #santiagodecompostela#botafumeiro#endoftheroad#caminodesantiago
#Feb 21:#BlackHistoryMonth:#MalcolmX and #RobertMugabe
Malcolm X was #assassinated on Feb. 21, 1965. He was preparing to address a crowd of more than 400 guests for his new group, the Organization of #AfroAmerican#Unity , in Harlem, New York, at the Audubon Ballroom.
Before Malcolm X became a key player in the #civil#rights movement, he was a young boy who was born in Omaha, Nebraska, as Malcolm #Little. As a child, he and his family faced severe #racial adversity at the hands of the #KKK and other racist groups and were forced to move to Lansing, Mich. Shortly after, his father was killed by a #white#supremacist group.
In 1946, Malcolm X got involved in petty crime and landed in prison for six years. It was during his incarceration that Malcolm turned his life around and found a new interest in the #Nation of #Islam and #Elijah#Muhammad.
Throughout the civil rights movement, the NOI minister often found himself at odds with the nonviolent protesting practices of #Martin#Luther#King Jr. Malcolm advocated for self-defense and liberation of African-Americans.
Malcolm X found himself at odds with the Nation of Islam, and after he was suspended by Muhammad, he formally left the Nation. After a #pilgrimage to #Mecca , he started to come around to the practice of non-violent solutions to equality. In June 1964, he formed his own group, the Organization of Afro-American Unity.
A week before he was assassinated in 1965, his home was fire-bombed while he and his family were inside.
Robert #Mugabe became prime minister of #Zimbabwe in 1980 and served as the country's president from 1987 until his forced resignation in 2017. He was born on February 21, 1924, in #Kutama , Southern #Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). In 1963, he founded #ZANU , a resistance movement against British #colonial rule. Mugabe became prime minister of the new Republic of Zimbabwe after British rule ended in 1980, and he assumed the role of president seven years later. Mugabe retained a strong grip on power, through controversial *** READ FULL STORIES IN “BLACK HISTORY” ALBUM AT https://www.facebook.com/REALDJFIDEL/posts/10208745644596918