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Confidence, Journey, and Life: Self Love ls The Best Love @balleralert Your set Self Love Is The Best Love -blogged by @Its_Sharr ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The key to happiness in life is really simple: love yourself... because nothing is more empowering and fulfilling than being unconditionally in love with you. Surprisingly, such a simple action can sometimes be difficult to do especially in a society where being yourself and living your truth is often frowned upon. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Learning to fully love and believe in yourself can be quite the journey. Honestly, the road to self love never truly ends. The good news is that as you grow and take on new experiences everyday, you'll simultaneously learn and discover new things about yourself which will help you gain more self confidence and in turn, trust yourself. You'll open the door to be absolutely free and find yourself becoming utterly obsessed with you. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ While it's normal to feel sad or depressed at times, try not to stay there. In fact, it can be healthy to go through these normal human emotions ad you shouldn't deprive yourself of these natural human feelings. Instead, you should embrace them, experience them and learn from them to help you become the best you. Just know that at the end of your sadness, you deserve love, praise and encouragement. You deserve happiness. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Take the time to appreciate yourself. Take a look at all you've accomplished, what you've survived and what you've been through. Believe that you're a strong and worthy person who deserves inner peace and appreciation. Experience, dream, seek knowledge and discover the beauty of yourself. Make mistakes and proudly learn from them. Embrace your flaws and imperfections and know that they're what make you, you. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Love yourself because there's no one out there that's quite like you.

Self Love Is The Best Love -blogged by @Its_Sharr ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The key to happiness in life is really simple: love yourself... because no...

Martin, Martin Luther King Jr., and Racism: 15 GE <p><a href="http://todayinhistory.tumblr.com/post/158118559340/march-7th-1965-bloody-sunday-in-selma-on-this" class="tumblr_blog">todayinhistory</a>:</p> <blockquote><h2><b>March 7th 1965: Bloody Sunday in Selma</b><br/></h2><p><small>On this day in 1965, a civil rights march took place from Selma to Birmingham, Alabama; it became known as ‘Bloody Sunday’. At this stage, the Civil Rights Movement had been in motion for over a decade and already achieved legislative success with the Civil Rights Act. However the focus of the movement now became making the promise of equal franchise guaranteed in the Fifteenth Amendment a reality. While African-Americans exercised the right to vote in the years after the amendment’s passage in 1870, discriminatory measures like literacy tests, poll taxes, and grandfather clauses were soon implemented across the country to deprive them of the vote. Thus in 1965 civil rights leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. made voter registration the core of their efforts, centering the campaign on the particularly discriminatory Selma, AL. On March 7th - ‘Bloody Sunday’ - as the six hundred unarmed marchers were crossing the Edmund Pettus Bridge, they were descended upon by state troopers who viciously beat the protestors. The violence encountered by these peaceful marchers, which was captured on television and broadcast around the world, led to national outcry and caused President Johnson to publicly call for the passage of his administration’s proposed voting rights bill. After securing the support of federal troops, another march was held on March 21st, and with the protection of soldiers the marchers managed to arrive in Montgomery after three days. The marchers were met in Montgomery - the epicentre of the movement and the site of the 1954 bus boycott - by 50,000 supporters, who were <a href="http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fmlk-kpp01.stanford.edu%2Findex.php%2Fencyclopedia%2Fdocumentsentry%2Fdoc_address_at_the_conclusion_of_selma_march%2F&amp;t=ODFiYTlmNTUzMDBkNDZlNDZmNWY3ZmRlMzUxZmFlM2IwZTFhYjJjMCxmektqZnFpQQ%3D%3D&amp;b=t%3AK8nQSpQKtfYKCWU81c9qzQ&amp;p=http%3A%2F%2Ftodayinhistory.tumblr.com%2Fpost%2F112966559746%2Fmarch-7th-1965-bloody-sunday-in-selma-on-this&amp;m=1">addressed by King</a>. Their efforts were rewarded when, in August of that year, Congress passed the Voting Rights Act that ensured all Americans could vote. This was one of the crowning achievements of the Civil Rights Movement, and the Selma to Montgomery march is commemorated as one of the most important moments of the struggle.</small></p><blockquote><p><b><i><small>“We are on the move and no wave of racism can stop us. The burning of our churches will not deter us. The bombing of our homes will not dissuade us. We are on the move now…not even the marching of mighty armies can halt us. We are moving to the land of freedom”</small></i></b><br/><small>- King’s &lsquo;Address at the Conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March’ - 25th March, 1965</small></p></blockquote></blockquote>

todayinhistory: March 7th 1965: Bloody Sunday in SelmaOn this day in 1965, a civil rights march took place from Selma to Birmingham, Alab...

Africa, Assassination, and Fbi: First they criminalize you, then they kill you, then they act like they agreed with you all along BIRMINGHAM ALA The FBI assassinated MLK... Here is one of their subsequent-current operations for the destruction of Africans... Mainstream media demonises Africans in order to: To justify use of police force (brutality) To influence popular opinion To create suspicion and a divide between the African Middle class and working class. To discredit the campaign for justice against an oppressive and racist system. Did you hear about cointelpro ? Well it's still going on, it's just more classified, the US government knows the influence African could have in government and they are scared. Here is how the US Government thinks. Below is Extracts from operation cointelpro stolen from the FBI by Africans Americans and Europeans American activists. NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL MEMORANDUM-46 MARCH 17, 1978 Presidential Review Memorandum NSCM-46 TO: The Secretary of State The Secretary of Defense The Director of Central Intelligence SUBJECT: Black Africa and the U.S. Black Movement II. A. U.S. INTERESTS IN BLACK AFRICA A multiplicity of interests influences the U.S. attitude toward black Africa. The most important of these interests can be summarized as follows: 1. POLITICAL If black African states assume attitudes hostile to the U.S. national interest, our policy toward the white regimes; which is a key element in our relations with the black states, may be subjected by the latter to great pressure for fundamental change. Thus the West may face a real danger of being deprived of access to the enormous raw material resources of southern Africa which are vital for our defense needs as well as losing control over the Cape sea routes by which approximately 65% of Middle Eastern oil is supplied to Western Europe. Moreover, such a development may bring about internal political difficulties by intensifying the activity of the black movement in the United States itself. It should also be borne in mind that black Africa is an integral part of a continent where tribal and regional discord, economic backwardness, inadequate infrastructures, drought, and famine, are constant features of the scene. In conjunction with the artificial borders imposed by the former chakabars

The FBI assassinated MLK... Here is one of their subsequent-current operations for the destruction of Africans... Mainstream media demonises...