Take care of it means to leave it alone. Leave it alone, and it will grow.

mmmmmmmmmmmmmno not really

I've been natural for a really long time...


So I was getting confused as to why I had so much breakage. I was upset that everywhere I turned I had to keep cutting my hair. I just thought my hair was prone to breakage without thinking about what I was doing to it. But I looked back and…

1. My hair was never…

To my friends: I want to apologise for those times when I said I would pray for you and I didn’t. The times that you asked to have coffee, and I was too ‘busy’. The moments that I could’ve asked you how you were doing; but I didn’t because I was afraid of your answer. When I wasn’t the friend that you needed me to be.

To my family: I’m sorry for the times I yelled back at you in anger, when you were doing the best you could. For the moments when I didn’t give you a chance to explain, when I brushed off your expressions of love for me. I’m sorry for not taking the time to try to answer your questions about this God that I know.

To my acquaintances and the people I pass on the street: I’m sorry for turning away, for rushing past and trying not to see your brokenness. I’m sorry for the stares, and the judgements I formed, even though we’ve never met.

I’m sorry for the times when I’ve said, verbally or not; ‘I’m Christian’ but I haven’t acted that way. I’m sorry for not loving, forgiving, and serving you the way that He does me.

I’m just like you, a sinner, with struggles and faults, I’m sorry for ever holding myself above.

His grace and mercy are the only reasons I’m still here, asking for your forgiveness, saying that I’m a sinner and I’m starting fresh, trying each day, not to say that ‘I’m Christian’, but to love, serve and forgive like Christ has done to me.

An apology letter. (via brydeewrites)


stay up

“I no longer have the energy for meaningless friendships, forced interactions or unnecessary conversations.”

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« The Real Africa : Fight The Stereotype » by Thiri Mariah Boucher


I personally love this.

Someone finally said it. People act like Africa is one big country with one race. 

desperate times call for desperate measures.

Anyone have a place in Calgary I can rent at a price I can actually afford? From September to December 2014. Pls. HALP. Me.

“You can tell how dangerous a person is by the way they hold their anger inside themselves quietly.”

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"It's more fun to do the unexpected." -Philip Lim