“There is no one torturing you except yourself. There is nobody except yourself; your whole life is your work—your creation. Once you grasp this, things start changing …transforming. You can play at changing your hell into heaven, or, if you are in love with misery, create as much as you wish.”—Osho (via erosboros)
“I fight. Not simply with my opponent. I fight with the demons of doubt. With my exhaustion, with my past failures, with my injuries, with my anonymity, with the unrelenting voice that tells me to stop. But I am a fighter. And one thing is sure. I will be victorious.”—? (via leahkayy)
“We can’t have war between black men and black women, because no people can be free if one half of the mind of the people is tied up in conflict. It’s going to have to be both of us, or none of us!!”—Dr.John Henrik Clarke (via chillculture)
““You are not here merely to make a living. You are here in order to enable the world to live more amply, with greater vision, with a finer spirit of hope and achievement. You are here to enrich the world, and you impoverish yourself if you forget the errand.” -Woodrow Wilson”—
I’m not a Fan of Woodrow Wilson because of how he treated us when he held office. But the words he spoke here are true, so in spite of who said it truth should always be brought to light. Maybe Woodrow should have lived what he spoke. -WHB2
This whole ‘Civil Rights’ memetic apparatus has our people stuck on stupid. It has hypnotized Plantation Negros into thinking their history begins with slavery.
That’s why you always hear stupidity like: “The first black doctor” to do such n such and “The first black to graduate from college” and “The first black architect” and “the first black writer”. Straight. Mind. Control. Black people have been doctors, scientists and architects for thousands of years.