1. 18:03 30th Sep 2014

    Notes: 659

    Reblogged from claro3

    Tags: truth bombsreligion

    Islam doesn’t promote violence or peace. Islam is just a religion and like every religion in the world, in depends on what you bring to it. If you’re a violent person, your Islam, your Judaism, your Christianity, your Hinduism is going to be violent. There are marauding Buddhist monks in Myanmar slaughtering women and children. Does Buddhism promote violence? Of course not. People are violent or peaceful, and that depends on their politics their social world, the way that they see your communities, the way they see themselves.
    — Religious scholar Reza Aslan answers CNN’s question, “Does Islam promote violence?” (via mediamattersforamerica)
     
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    claro3:

supersmashkev:

badass-bharat-deafmuslim-artista:

realmfighter:

oyezayn:

vladith:

Pakistani teenager Aitzaz Hasan died Monday after tackling a suicide bomber trying to enter his school. By sacrificing himself, he saved the lives of the 2,000 students studying inside. Hasan’s father says, ”My son made his mother cry, but saved hundreds of mothers from crying for their children.”
This is bravery. This is selflessness. This is true courage.

Source


Here is a beautiful picture of his grave decorated with many flowers. May Allah rest his soul in peace…

rest in power my friend


[Source dated Jan. 9, 2014]

    claro3:

    supersmashkev:

    badass-bharat-deafmuslim-artista:

    realmfighter:

    oyezayn:

    vladith:

    Pakistani teenager Aitzaz Hasan died Monday after tackling a suicide bomber trying to enter his school. By sacrificing himself, he saved the lives of the 2,000 students studying inside. Hasan’s father says, ”My son made his mother cry, but saved hundreds of mothers from crying for their children.”

    This is bravery. This is selflessness. This is true courage.

    Source

    Here is a beautiful picture of his grave decorated with many flowers. May Allah rest his soul in peace…

    rest in power my friend

    [Source dated Jan. 9, 2014]

    (Source: bachvevo)

     
  3. shante-atthedisco:

actually me tho

    shante-atthedisco:

    actually me tho

     
  4. wilwheaton:

    mrpicard:

    rashaka:

    You don’t really understand Star Trek until you’ve seen Galaxy Quest.

    Galaxy Quest is the best of all the Star Trek movies.

     
  5. 18:02 27th Sep 2014

    Notes: 12585

    Reblogged from thefrogman

    Tags: oh my godso fucking cute

     
  6. 13:35 25th Sep 2014

    Notes: 443448

    Reblogged from tyleroakley

    Tags: all day every day

    baeddelbludd:

    LIFE HACK: disguise your nervous breakdown as a series of jokes

    (Source: autogynephile)

     
  7. 18:33 24th Sep 2014

    Notes: 141049

    Reblogged from thefrogman

    Tags: baaaaaby!

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    (Source: cute-overload)

     
  8. 14:16

    Notes: 2113

    Reblogged from thewritingcafe

    Tags: banned booksbisexuality weekwoohoo

    yainterrobang:

HAPPY BISEXUAL AWARENESS DAYIt may be Banned Books Week - but it’s also Biweek. Put together by GLAAD, Biweek is a place to celebrate bisexuality. But independently of Biweek is today - Bisexuality Awareness Day / Bisexuality Visibility Day! Celebrated for years in the bisexual community, it’s a place to celebrate and showcase bisexuality, which often gets erased in mainstream media. How could we resist getting involved? Our good friend Dahlia Adler shared her list of books with amazing bisexual representation for us to share with all of you. Her guide to QUILTBAG / LGBTQIA+ representation in the writing world is astounding, and we highly recommend you check it out!

Otherbound by Corinne Duyvis • Geography Club by Brent Hartinger • Pantomime by Laura Lam • Shadowplay by Laura Lam • The Elementals by Saundra Mitchell • Over You by Amy Reed • The Art of Wishing by Lindsay Ribar • The Fourth Wish by Lindsay Ribar • Twin Sense by Lydia Sharp • Far From You by Tess Sharpe • Coda by Emma Trevayne

Which one of these books - or characters - is your favorite?

    yainterrobang:

    HAPPY BISEXUAL AWARENESS DAY
    It may be Banned Books Week - but it’s also Biweek. Put together by GLAAD, Biweek is a place to celebrate bisexuality.

    But independently of Biweek is today - Bisexuality Awareness Day / Bisexuality Visibility Day! Celebrated for years in the bisexual community, it’s a place to celebrate and showcase bisexuality, which often gets erased in mainstream media.

    How could we resist getting involved? Our good friend Dahlia Adler shared her list of books with amazing bisexual representation for us to share with all of you. Her guide to QUILTBAG / LGBTQIA+ representation in the writing world is astounding, and we highly recommend you check it out!

    Otherbound by Corinne Duyvis • Geography Club by Brent Hartinger • Pantomime by Laura Lam • Shadowplay by Laura Lam • The Elementals by Saundra Mitchell • Over You by Amy Reed • The Art of Wishing by Lindsay Ribar • The Fourth Wish by Lindsay Ribar • Twin Sense by Lydia Sharp • Far From You by Tess Sharpe • Coda by Emma Trevayne

    Which one of these books - or characters - is your favorite?

     
  9. 17:47 23rd Sep 2014

    Notes: 684

    Reblogged from confectionerybliss

    Tags: to do list

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    confectionerybliss:

The Best Pumpkin Cream Cheese-Filled Brownies | Averie Cooks
     
  10. 16:27 21st Sep 2014

    Notes: 21903

    Reblogged from claro3

    Tags: pretty things

    Badgley Mischka Pre-Fall 2014

    (Source: -eliesaab)