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life:

Alfred Eisenstaedt’s picture of a mother and child in the wasteland of 1945 Hiroshima is not a political or a philosophical or an ideological photograph. It simply, quietly commands us to pay attention.

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(Alfred Eisenstaedt—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

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"When Allah tests you it is never to destroy you. When He removes something in your possession it is only in order to empty your hands for an even greater gift."

1950sunlimited:

Better Homes and Gardens, Desserts 1960

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palestinianpapi:

"I thought u were a good girl"- ancient wallah bro proverb when they find out U independent nd do wat u want

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angrymuslimah:

Next time your mom or dad frustrate you with their nagging or you disagree with a rule, think of those who lost their parents and would give anything to hear those nags and constant reminders one more time. Anything to hug them and to let them know that they’re appreciated. Bite your tongues for the ones who sacrificed countless years, tears, blood and sweat so that you could be someone today.

wjhk:

A passion for something absent,

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safetyrepublic:

Just thought I should share this

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abbygubler:

repeat after me:

there are white people suffering in the world

but the white people who are suffering are not suffering because they are white

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thisspinsterlife:

linrenzo:

fuckyeavanity:

wreckamic:

I am in love with Eartha Kitt!
We miss you.

she lived.

God I love her

you can see how technically skilled she was

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khaste-irooni:

Palestinian security officers pray during Ramadan

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