Humse door jaoge kaise, dil se hum mein bhulaoge kaise … hum woh khushboo hai joh saason mein bastein hai, khud ki saason ko rok paoge kaise


Translation: How can you stay away from me and go, how can your heart forget me … I am that fragrance which lives in the breath, how will you stop your breath

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Salvador Dalí, Ménagère, 1957, set of seven pieces of silver-gilt flatware




veryveryvery good book. Basically required reading if you’re Nigerian.

loooove thisss

One of my all time favorite books!

should be required reading for er’body!

i’m trying to lose 10 pounds but its diwali and there is sugar everywhere.

Some problems we share as women, some we do not. You [white women] fear your children will grow up to join the patriarchy and testify against you; we fear our children will be dragged from a car and shot down in the street, and you will turn your backs on the reasons they are dying.
- Audre Lorde, “Age, Race, Class, and Sex: Women Redefining Difference” (via sundayafternoonsocialclub) [Happened today July 13th, 2013] (via blackfeministrants)

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When people of colour are expected to educate white people as to their humanity, when women are expected to educate men, lesbians and gay men are expected to educate the heterosexual world, the oppressors maintain their position and evade their responsibility for their own actions.
- Audre Lorde 
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Every day I struggle between “I wanna look good naked” and “treat yo self.”

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“I think the most amazing fact I learned was that they have a part of the brain that we don’t have—a part that we can’t even identify. This suggests that they sense, understand, and even feel more than we do. It still blows me away to think about it.”—Gabriela Cowperthwaite, Director of Blackfish