oscarprgirl:

Sophia. @daviddownton

oscarprgirl:

Sophia. @daviddownton

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brown-princess:

Good Morning!

brown-princess:

Good Morning!

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The people who are meant to be in your life will always gravitate back towards you, no matter how far they wander.
The Problem with Over-Thinking

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1. It increases your anxiety , your worry, and your dread.
2. It makes you feel confused, so that it’s really hard to think.
3. It can blind you to “the obvious”, and what is best for you.
4. It can keep you feeling stuck so that you wait too long to act.
5. It can interfere with hearing what your heart says you should do.
6. Thus, it can limit your success as you’re afraid to take that step!

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luvyourmane:

Her Hurrr! @swirlgirlarmy #luvyourmane #naturalhairsistas #naturalhair #blackisbeautiful

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Her Hurrr! @swirlgirlarmy #luvyourmane #naturalhairsistas #naturalhair #blackisbeautiful

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70sbestblackalbums:

1978  Marvin Gaye from the album “Here My Dear”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KiK-1O5kydY
"Time To Get It Together"
"the song is a biographical account of the singer’s own personal demons as he battled drug abuse, paranoia and depression. The artist admits though he says he’s trying to break his habits, he always find himself back in it. In the beginning of the song, Gaye shouts out in a preacher’s tone, saying "Jesus said time will heal all wounds/but we have to live right to get the time". As with many of the songs on Here My Dear, “Time to Get It Together” lacks a chorus, but concludes with a vamp in which Gaye mixes his optimism with a depressive tone. He chants in one instance that his days of drug abuse and, as he puts it, “runnin’ ‘round with midnight hos" were over, and in another harmoniously states "my life’s a clock and it’s winding down/from the day you’re born ‘till the day you’re in the ground"
source: www.wikipedia.org

70sbestblackalbums:

1978  Marvin Gaye from the album “Here My Dear”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KiK-1O5kydY

"Time To Get It Together"

"the song is a biographical account of the singer’s own personal demons as he battled drug abuse, paranoia and depression. The artist admits though he says he’s trying to break his habits, he always find himself back in it. In the beginning of the song, Gaye shouts out in a preacher’s tone, saying "Jesus said time will heal all wounds/but we have to live right to get the time". As with many of the songs on Here My Dear, “Time to Get It Together” lacks a chorus, but concludes with a vamp in which Gaye mixes his optimism with a depressive tone. He chants in one instance that his days of drug abuse and, as he puts it, “runnin’ ‘round with midnight hos" were over, and in another harmoniously states "my life’s a clock and it’s winding down/from the day you’re born ‘till the day you’re in the ground"

source: www.wikipedia.org

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ssigghs:


“Just Good Friends” by James Needham

i’ll never not reblog this

ssigghs:

“Just Good Friends” by James Needham

i’ll never not reblog this

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