i became the steam
satisfying her skin to
open up for me..
i love her entire album..
during the pursuit of intimate and/or sexual relationships, is it a deal-breaker if a man is shorter than you?
I first want to address your first statement about a lot of Black people not being “invested” in their powerful history. Their history was omitted and hidden, as well as misrepresented and not represented. This is not a lack of investment. This is oppression.
and I not sure why you put white in quotation marks. I am white.
I am still often frustrated and dissatisfied with my own race, but this was not the only driving force. I have a responsibility to know the histories of my friends and people whom I care about. Most of them happen to be Black and they did not have a choice on whether to learn about my history or not; it was forced on them..
My intentions and hopefully actions (though I often make mistakes) are not to discard of my racial privilege but to be aware of it and use it as a resource to redistribute the system, through serving others and making changes in white communities, that will both directly and indirectly affect Black communities.
“When you break something, is your first impulse to throw it away? Or do you repair it but feel a sadness because it is no longer “perfect”? Whatever the case, you might want to consider the way the Japanese treated the items used in their tea ceremony. Even though they were made from the simplest materials these teacups and bowls were revered for their plain lines and spiritual qualities. They were treated with the utmost care, integrity and respect.
For this reason, a cup from the tea ceremony was almost never broken. When an accident did occur and a cup was broken, there were certain instances in which the cup was repaired with gold.
Rather than trying to restore it in a way that would cover the trace that it had been broken, the cracks were celebrated in a bold and spirited way. The thin paths of shining gold completely encircled the ceramic cup, announcing to the world that the cup was broken and repaired and vulnerable to change.
And in this way, its value was even further enhanced.””
follow the one way..
some moments are worth writing about..