Sometimes we have thoughts that even we don’t understand. Thoughts that aren’t...– Jay Asher (via creatingaquietmind)
Trailer for “Samsara” Lol this is so freaking awesome. Kind of like what my head feels like. Almost what it looks like inside, too.
My head feels like a rubbish dump...except with...
It’s kind of like life is smacking me in the face. I know someone who got married a few months ago, someone just had their baby today - and these are people maybe 3 or 4 years ahead of me - my cousins’ grandma had her 80th birthday, people are just moving on (passing away) left and right. I’m just like, *hhwoo* Deep breath. I feel like I’m supposed to be doing something but...
You just might be able to win me over (well, you’d have a darn good chance) if you gave me kontomire on our first date. Bahaha I wish I was kidding!!! lmao! Oh Andrea. But who says it’s not classy, anyways. Lool, don’t make me go into a rant about not valuing our culture. At least I didn’t say fried rice and malt :/ Me and Popeye know wassup.
Healing « logo-ligi →
“A bent tree isn’t broken, right?” “Right. We can straighten this tree. It’s called healing, son.”
Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our...– Mark Twain, The Innocents Abroad/Roughing It (via monamade)
Things I miss: Sitting in the stands with the music blasting on the field during athletics and laughing at old songs or people in general lol Fooling in front of the tuck shop with Sanaa There are other things but they’ll get me emotional so I won’t say them. lol. But I find it just a little bit scary how SOS could take up such a large part of your life. Like, once you drive past...
The function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers.– Ralph Nader (AMEN!)
Look among the nations, and see; wonder and be astounded. For I am doing a work...– Habakkuk 1:5 (via abrokenheartalwaysneedsremending)
paintedoncanvas: When I worked as a mentor for the Special Olympics I had to go through training with other students which made us re-evaluate our speech and the way in which we described things. One of the things that really stuck out to me, was that we were told not to put the adjective first when describing a person (whether they had a disability or not). For example, you would never say,...
It amuses me to look back at the stages of life as they’re actually being lived out by humans. If only this stage were one of the fun ones, too.
One of the few things I can be sure I have formed a strong opinion about, and that I realized today, is the use of the word ‘today’ (in the sense of “nowadays”) as the first word in a book. Straight deterrant.
You’ve had a landscaper and a housekeeper since you were born– Frank Ocean (Sweet Life)
screamingoutsilently: anextrapeace: I want to be someone’s stylist. Oh my gosh, so bad. I notice the littlest things. I’m so serious. lol…you can be mine :-) (i’ll pay you 1 pesewa an hour :D) i really suck at those things….i’ve even stopped wearing earrings lol…shhhh don’t tell my mum heheheh :D I’m willing to start off with FREE advice :D:D:D haha
You must never behave as if your life belongs to a man. Do you hear me?’...– ― Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Half of a Yellow Sun
I want to be someone’s stylist. Oh my gosh, so bad. I notice the littlest things. I’m so serious.
Why the name 'DISLABELLED'?
dislabelled: We chose the name DISLABELLED because the principal aim of this initiative is to disable the various pessimistic and limiting labels that have been placed on those with special needs (intellectual and physical challenges) in the Ghanaian society. We hope to ‘disable the label’ placed on such people by creating a label which focuses on their strengths and society’s need to support...
Knowing who you are is the greatest wisdom a human being can possess. Know your...– Beyoncé (via beautiful-ambition)
Putting off an easy thing makes it hard. Putting off a hard thing makes it...– George Claude Lorimer (via everybodyhatespsymon)
SMILE...it confuses people :D: The Dark Knight... →
-alors-on-danse-: “Considering I really don’t care about this movie, it will be a miracle if I leave this cinema impressed after 3 hours” But I was. I mean I don’t think I was as mindblown as after the Dark Knight, and it was more of a continuation of the first movie (which I haven’t seen) than the second,… Oh my gosh Nnennaaaaa. I miss you lmaooo. :(
Take nothing for granted, then you’ll have no regrets later.– Naa Adjeley
kwasikyei: The man who wants to lead the orchestra must turn his back on the crowd.” - James Crook Yo sheesh. I needed this.
Forgive yourself for not being at peace. The moment you completely accept your...– Eckhart Tolle (via shaktilover)
Live your life so well that death will tremble to take you.– Charles Bukowski (via shaktilover)
Anonymous asked: Well of course nothing even matters, only odd things matter!
We asked Seth, “Why is it important for Africans in the diaspora to give back to...– -Seth Owusu (http://www.ghanaglam.com/testing/2012/06/12/bridging-the-digital-divideone-mans-mission-to-connect-entire-villages-to-the-web/), featured on CNN twice Ahhhh. Preach. I was going to talk about this a long time ago. In fact, I somehow already did in that “No one will save...
The world is not ruled by the most intelligent, but by those who learn their...– My mother. Taken out of context. but yeah (via the-starved-artist)
We always want something to make us feel more...
It’s all nonsense, this world.
Sometimes I wonder how we “get rid” of past behaviour as we grow up; whether there’s some kind of natural emotional growth that makes us give up stupid things and look at other things differently. But actually I think it largely has to do with external factors. I don’t know what I’m getting at, but for a moment I held briefly, I thought growing up was fun. Okay, the...
rememberingkennethnarh: You fought a good fight. you finished the race and most importantly you kept the faith. now there is in store for you the righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award you… 2 Timothy 4:7 I remember you telling me about all the instruments they inserted into you, the number of times they injected you. But with all that you conquered. the pain got nothing...
You know Italians are very much like Ghanaians. Right now someone started burning something (probably just charcoal because thankfully, they don’t practice that foolish habit of burning rubbish) and surrounded the entire area around the flat with smoke and ashes. And it’s a hot day. They don’t really care about driving rules. They talk loud, drive fast, smoke their lives away,...
In other news, I’m involved in something bigger than other things I’m working on. :) God knows I love it when I’m working on something I really have to apply myself to :) And I’m more alive when my passion is driven towards something…God also knows I need to have a way of finding happiness again. I can’t wait to work with these amaazing people. God bless them...
Remembering Ken: Kenneth. Ɔdɔ, I LOVE you. Thanks... →
rememberingkennethnarh: Dear Kenneth, This is meant to be a little mélange (yes you teased me this was my favorite word) of memories I am trying to piece together. Let’s Refresh. I wish we could refresh all the memories, relive them – like the number of times I have refreshed your Facebook page only to view that…
I lost my brother.
The hardest part is waking up and finding out that you’re still crying, even after all the memory verses and quotes and posts and messages. The posts especially just set everything off…the teachers he/we used to have and how they loved him…things he used to do. I’m just like: . And I can’t cry around my family because I don’t cry in front of them unless they...
abrokenheartalwaysneedsremending: I have a lot to deal with so I’m going to be posting a lot :) I remember in John 20 the angels asked Mary Magdalene, “”Why are you weeping?” Jesus also asked her, “Woman, why are you weeping? Whom are you seeking?” Those verses really comforted me just now. The same way they were supposed to rejoice that Jesus had performed His duty and defeated death is the...