A Girl Who Dances In Rain...

Ask me anything   Submit   I am so many things...I'm complex and uncomplicated...avant garde and traditional...elaborate and simple...elegant and "out there"...wise and sometimes foolish...emotional and logical...hot and cold...black and white...hard line and accommodating...I'm so many things. Yet, I'm simple...I'm just me. I dance like nobody's watching and love like it's never going to hurt. An ISTJ trying to make it in a world full of everyone else. ~The Girl Formerly Known As Ashlee



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    The most loving thing we can do for ourselves is accept people as they are rather than what we think they should be. The most loving thing we can do for others is to love them as we hope to be loved not how much love we think they’ve earned.

Love is about choices. We choose to love and be loving. Love is unconditional. Like is conditional. Lust is situational. .
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    The most loving thing we can do for ourselves is accept people as they are rather than what we think they should be. The most loving thing we can do for others is to love them as we hope to be loved not how much love we think they’ve earned.

    Love is about choices. We choose to love and be loving. Love is unconditional. Like is conditional. Lust is situational. .
    Made with @instaquoteapp #instaquote #love #like #lust #UnconditionalLove

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readCOLOR is a global online visual literacy project which supports and celebrates readers of color engaging with works created by authors of color.readCOLOR serves as a bridge which facilitates the visibility of authors of color in communities across the world, while allowing readers of color to become aware of the incredible abundance of literature which reflects and represents them. through such visibility, readCOLOR seeks to assist in the preservation of the many languages spoken by communities of color, promote literacy, and become an interactive literary resource which brings authors and readers of color from around the world, together.it is our hope that readCOLOR will help to remove the barriers that artists and audiences of color face in accessing one another, and ease the difficulty in finding representation in literature.readCOLOR is created and curated by a circle of creatives which include: yrsa daley-ward. desiree venn frederic. l.a. winter. tapiwa mugabe. and nayyirah waheed.participating is simple + easy.
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    readcolor:

    readCOLOR is a global online visual literacy project which supports and celebrates readers of color engaging with works created by authors of color.

    readCOLOR serves as a bridge which facilitates the visibility of authors of color in communities across the world, while allowing readers of color to become aware of the incredible abundance of literature which reflects and represents them. through such visibility, readCOLOR seeks to assist in the preservation of the many languages spoken by communities of color, promote literacy, and become an interactive literary resource which brings authors and readers of color from around the world, together.

    it is our hope that readCOLOR will help to remove the barriers that artists and audiences of color face in accessing one another, and ease the difficulty in finding representation in literature.

    readCOLOR is created and curated by a circle of creatives which include: yrsa daley-ward. desiree venn frederic. l.a. winter. tapiwa mugabe. and nayyirah waheed.



    participating is simple + easy.



    individuals

    submit photo of yourself with book. or book alone.

    with caption including:


    your name/age (optional | all ages welcomed)


    city or country (optional)
    title. author. language of book. genre of book.
    why this book/author?
    #ireadCOLORbecause __________. (please answer)


    book clubs

    submit photo of yourself. and/or book club. with book.

    with caption including:


    your name/age  (optional | all ages welcomed)

    city or country (optional)
    title. author. language of book. genre of book.
    why you started/joined the book club?
    why your club selected this book/author?
    #wereadCOLORbecause__________. (please answer)


    authors

    submit photo of yourself with your book. or another authors’ book. or book alone.

    with caption including:


    your name/age (age is optional)


    city or country
    title. author. language of book. genre of book.
    why this book/author?
    #ireadCOLORbecause _________.(answer if another authors’ book) #iwriteCOLORbecause_________. (answer if your book own)


    send submissions to ireadCOLOR@gmail.com

    submissions are subject to approval.


    chosen submissions will be featured on readCOLOR’s social media platforms.


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Jim Barna Log & Timber Home. Via Home Design Elements, Knoxville, TN.

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    Jim Barna Log & Timber Home. Via Home Design Elements, Knoxville, TN.

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    THINGS THAT BOTHER ME by Wise Intelligent →

    therealbornfree:

    THINGS THAT BOTHER ME: How multinational “inversion” option taking, sweatshop plantations like NIKE condemn their athlete partners for domestic and CHILD ABUSE when they are enslaving minors in foreign countries where they pay people $1.25 an hour to make sneakers, clothing, balls and sports…

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Black Panthers, Agnès Varda (1968)

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    Black Panthers, Agnès Varda (1968)

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    thechanelmuse:

    "Create Your Own Success" by Lauren Roberts from FJorde magazine, Issue 22 (2014).

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    ericashuman:

    "I am not weeping because I’m hurt. I am not hurt. I weep for the waste. I weep for the mediocrity."

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    "Of course I’ll hurt you. Of course you’ll hurt me. Of course we will hurt each other. But this is the very condition of existence. To become spring, means accepting the risk of winter. To become presence, means accepting the risk of absence."
    Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince (via f8cr)

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    Is this the same artist who made the original for this

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    how women actually are

    OH MY GOD IF I DON’T EVER REBLOG THIS IT’S PROBABLY BECAUSE I’M DEAD

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