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Day 7. A Paragraph A Day: 30 Day Challenge

Day 7. A Paragraph A Day: 30 Day Challenge

I remember the second time I died or more so the second time I felt that quietness that empty space. One day after a really nasty hit during football practice. I was coming out of the house heading for school when all of a sudden I felt noting. My body gave out I passed out and found myself hanging from my neighbors gate. I couldn’t move. My sister’s before at the time was driving by the house…

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lol hostage or lap dance? you decide!

Day 6. A Paragraph A Day: 30 Day Challenge

Day 6. A Paragraph A Day: 30 Day Challenge

The recovery. they never tell you about the true path of recovery. it is not learning to walk again, it is the fact when you stumble you feel like you will never walk again. it’s not that your mind forgets small big things, it’s that fact that you can’t remember learning the small things in the first place. the pain is not what will bother you, it is the fact that you recover from the pain so…

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qbnaith:

ikaythegod:

Jordan Davis would have turned 19 this year.

The black teen was killed in 2012 while sitting in a car with his friends outside a Jacksonville, Florida convenience store, listening to music.

That music was too loud for Michael Dunn. Following an argument over the volume, the 45-year-old man fired his gun into the car full of teenagers, killing Davis. Dunn told his fiancee the teens were playing “thug music.”

On the eve of Davis’ birthday, a mistrial was declared on the first-degree murder charge. The jury found Dunn guilty of attempted second-degree murder and a count of firing into an occupied car.

While people struggled to make sense of the verdict, Jamie Nesbitt Golden kicked off the #dangerousblackkids hashtag on Twitter, with participants questioning a society where unarmed black kids are often interpreted as threats.

making a serious point about racism with adorable children yes good

(via keepingupwiththesenchaks)

#indianajones #starwars #xmen #firefly #serenity #geeklove #nerdlove #geekpower #nerdpower #browncoat #scifi

#indianajones #starwars #xmen #firefly #serenity #geeklove #nerdlove #geekpower #nerdpower #browncoat #scifi

Day 5. A Paragraph A Day: 30 Day Challenge

Day 5. A Paragraph A Day: 30 Day Challenge

i dont know why i am surprised at my own self destruction. surprised by what i do, which is often nothing or dear God of the times i do worse and go the opposite. when i do more when i should not do at all. that second pop that third candy bar or that alcohol. i understand why my body likes to kick my ass  how can it detox when the poison is it’s DNA template. i try real hard to try and…

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Day 4. A Paragraph A Day: 30 Day Challenge

Day 4. A Paragraph A Day: 30 Day Challenge

PRIDE. i understand why pride is a deadly sin. a force so strong that it can overcome the passions of love and the very need to survive. Pride is that ting that can keep you from telling your best friend that you want to love them more than friends because your pride won’t let your guard down to let them know. Your pride won’t let you be vulnerable to open up your heart to let someone in because…

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Day 3. A Paragraph A Day: 30 Day Challenge

Day 3. A Paragraph A Day: 30 Day Challenge

I remember the first time I died I was about five. I had an asthma attack. I was in the back of my aunt’s car with my mom driving to the hospital. I heard my mom whispering or praying for me to open my eyes. I did. I remember the street lights and the sound of cars. I closed my eyes again. The next time I opened them I was in the hospital listening to my mom talking to the doctor about treatment…

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Day 2. A Paragraph A Day: 30 Day Challenge

Day 2. A Paragraph A Day: 30 Day Challenge

I know you still love me. I know you have buried that love deep, deep, deep down inside of you. I have come to tell you a promise. I promise I have the tools to find that love. I promise i will go deep, deep, deep inside of you to find that love. I will bring that love to the light of the moon, to the warmth of the sun and present it to the vastness of the oceans. I will do to show that i will…

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