Sincerely Unique|Remaining Calm Through It All|Giving all Thanks & Glory to God
around this time last year people finally started taking notice of the food-related issues in the upper northern reaches of Canada; consider this your reminder that even since then, juice is still $26 in Pangnirtung, Nunavut, and that the predominately indigenous communities in Canada’s North are forced to pay extraordinarily exorbitant prices for basic groceries due to structural inequity and the contemporary effects of ongoing settler occupation.
“During the civili rights struggle, Birmingham canceled high school prom for many black teenagers. This weekend, the dance went on for the Class of 1963”
The people who were teenagers during the Civil Rights Movement are still alive, y’all. Their lives were affected by blatant, government-sanctioned racism. It astounds me that people act like it was thousands of years ago.
yo i’m tearing up a little bit
OH MY GOD!!!!!! ::weeps:: Look at how happy they are!!!! Look at the bottom shot, and they are both looking at the camera like they are stars. LOVE THIS
“Favor shown to the miserable we call mercy; favor shown to the poor we call pity; favor shown to the suffering we call compassion; but favor shown to the unworthy we call GRACE! This is favor indeed; favor which is truly Divine in its source and in its character.”
& most often, I’m pretty unworthy
—Eckhart Tolle (via samsaranmusing)
—Osho (via theglasschild)