Photographer Adreinne Waheed is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this portrait photography. From the book/project ‘Black Joy’. To see Adreinne’s body of work, click on any image. All images © Adreinne Waheed See also: RED LINES By Adreinne Waheed […]
I just love us. via Black Joy — Edge of Humanity Magazine
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Before you respond to someone, remember that your response is also your agreement to establish an energy connection with them which may change your energy field and vibrational frequency. –@mindtendencies2 ❤
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This just gives me a sweet, summery vibe. Cool breeze, sun shining and ocean waves lapping at your toes. ❤ click for more Cleo
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You look from the outside in yearning for what they have But you don’t see the cracks papered over with tissue paper You don’t hear the lies they tell each other or the facts they fail to mention You just see the smiling faces in orchestrated snaps and insta stories Friendships based on common enemies […]
via Orchestrated snaps.. — Breathe Think Write Release
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Karma only bites a guilty conscious. -me Second of all, karma ain’t real. -also me Sure, your actions will determine your destiny; if you stay up too late, you’ll most likely be tired if you have to wake early. But karma by the sole definition that you will get what you put out is… cute. […]
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What’s your contribution? Years ago, I heard this question on a short film. I hate that I can’t remember where exactly, but it was asked in the context of basically, what are you doing for someone besides yourself? Take your job, for instance; many of us wouldn’t go to work if we weren’t getting paid, right? […]
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Her story. Her passion. Her voice. Her ART. A group show featuring the art of Black female artists who are staying tried and true to their styles and perspectives as the art world gradually learns that HER voice matters. There are blatant limitations for Black female artists including, but not limited to being told to “soften” […]
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