Calm Mindfulness

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Jun 19

notana:

my tumblr pet peeves:

(Source: uoa, via legendaryduo)

Jun 18

shakarlicious:

"your full name without an E,F,R,S,K,I,M,L,C,A,Y,N"

All I have left is “oghoo” LOL

I only have the “oj” from my last name

(Source: alwaysblind)

tarisaisadork:

saber-chan:

My parents aren’t home

You know what that means

*sits in the living room instead of sealing myself away in my room*

100000% accurate

(via legendaryduo)

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Jun 14

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“1. It has NOTHING to do with you.

2. Neither your opinion nor mine should matter when it comes to what THEY want to do with THEIR child’s hair.

3. It does not matter if her hair is “kinky”, “nappy”, “curly” or anything. As long as they are not already taking chemicals and hot combs to her hair she is fine just the way she is. She is black. She will naturally have black peoples hair. Black people, get over it. Accept it. That is what our hair looks like.

4. JAY Z and BEYONCE are her parents thus THEY decide what to do with THEIR child’s hair. Not you. It is not up to you. You have no power in their decision making nor should you. You play no part in their decision making nor are they even aware of your existence… nor do they need to be.

5. There is nothing wrong with a black child wearing her natural hair. It does not matter how famous her parents are and how much money they have. It does not cost a lot of money to be natural. Whether you like it or not, she will naturally have black people hair.

6. You should feel ashamed and embarrassed for feeling like you have a right to be so invested in their daughters look and appearance. She will never look homeless. She will never be starving and I’m sure she’ll always be protected. As long as she stays healthy, shown love, and raised properly that is all that should matter. Not her fashion sense.

7. Spend more time invested in what YOUR children look like and how they behave when they leave the house.

8. Stop allowing the media to make you feel as though you always have a right to some strong opinion about the most trivial matters. Just because some article poses the question like “what do YOU think of this celebrity’s new look?” does not mean you should be THAT invested into it. Learn to have your opinion and leave it as an opinion. Too many people are literally arguing on the internet about Blue Ivy’s hair and what direction it should take as if they have a right to feel so justified in their opinion about her hair. They do not. I don’t. Stop being so immersed in this stuff.

9. Live life. Read things other than celebrity gossip or juicy bits of drama. Stop feeling as if you have a right to know everything about celebrities lives or that your opinion really matters when it comes to things like THIS. It doesn’t. Sure have your opinion, but just remember, it is just your opinion… no one has to agree or like it or care.

10. There are other things to be concerned about other than the ethnic “nappy” hair of a celebrity child. You should be ashamed.” —

"10 Things You Didn’t Know About Blue Ivy’s Hair" (x)

(Source: thequeenbey)

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