- 'Blind' by Della Hicks-Wilson (via like-dissolves-like)
Things are difficult and you face challenges, but don’t think you’re alone.
Ibrahim’s (Abraham) father was cruel to him.
Asiya’s husband (Pharaoh) was terrible.
Musa (Moses) had a stutter/speech impediment.
Yusuf’s (Joseph) brothers tried to get rid of him violently.
Maryam’s (Mary) honor was questioned by those around her.
Ayyub (Job) had difficult health problems.
Muhammad was an orphan.
You’re in good company.
- KushandWizdom (via kushandwizdom)
Most people would never dream of touting around the dismembered bodies of White American and European kids after a mass shooting. Did you see that for Virginia Tech students? How about Columbine? Perhaps Newton?
Why? Because there’s reverence for their privacy and sympathy is…
Never criticize a woman for not covering properly lest you expose your own sin by letting her know you weren’t lowering your gaze.
- Charlotte Eriksson, Empty Roads & Broken Bottles; in search for The Great Perhaps (via wordsnquotes)
I don’t think one actress should play Aphrodite I think it should be multiple woman of different races and looks because beauty isn’t just white woman alone or black woman alone or Asian woman alone or any other race alone. everyone is beautiful and that is who Aphrodite is, she is beauty.