Inspiring Quote of the Day: "Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you'll start having positive results." - Willie Nelson - Start your week with positivity and always aim to do better and be better, every day! 🙏 ❤ 🌎 • • • • •
Yummm. As long as we are getting everything we need with plants then gut issues and other health complications can be worked on. Often not discussed is that after consuming animal products our bodies need to heal. Some don't take the seriousness that we were once consuming toxic products which came from violence. Your body takes time to heal and find balance & a plant based diet is proven to heal the body. So, if you are swayed by the trend (and likely highly paid) you tubers recently stating they need to consume someone's eggs or fishy flesh because they are focussed on their health then know there has to another reason behind their choice. To be focussed on health, great, the number of vegans is sky-rocketing all over the world with millions of people experiencing the health benefits of the plant based diet but if you need omega 3's source plant base (unless you live in North Pole) 😂 I've included what I think happened with Tim Shieff below in the comments. Too many folks criticizing the benefits of fasting and raw plant based meals - it needs to stop. There are plant based wholefoods & plant based raw doctors all proving otherwise. It's disheartening what we are seeing not to mention the triggers it causes for many individuals already confused with what food to eat and health anxiety. Compassion & empathy must be at the forefront of the movement.
🍃 Gluten Free Gosh meditarian falafels, pots & fresh chopped basil. Spinach & red pepper. Avocado & green dressing (recipe on previous post) sesame seeds & siracha hot sauce 😋 #weareallearthlings#plantbaseddiet#veganmovement#wholefoodsvegan#rawvegan#eatfortheplanet#foodisselfcare#stopbullying#anxiety#veganhealth#glutenfreevegan#compassion#empath#animalrights#humanrights#animalliberation#humanliberation#glutenfree#eatplants#plantbasednutrition#peacebeginsonyourplate#timshieff#eggscomefromviolence#eggskillbabychicks#fishbelonginthesea
5216 minutes ago
BIG CONSPIRACY ❗️.... #justiceformj
We want the truth!!!
She is Deborah Willis, she met Michael in 1998 in New York City, she was doing security and Michael came in the shop ( Miracle Avenue 34th street) for buying toys where she was working. The supervisor of the company told to Michael that she was going to be the follower person along with his people. Michael wanted to by a "Furby" and he apparently didn't know how to work it so she said "May I.." and they giggled together. After that they talked about her oldest son because somebody told Michael that her son was very sick and he was in an hospital. They talked a lot about that and then Michael kissed her cheek and said that he would pray for her son, also he apologized for no being able to go there and see her son at that time. He said that he would be in contact with her...and he did! He always asked for her son and stuff like that until they became friends. Their friendship never ended , she was there in 2005 during the trial , she was a real friend...and she has something to say here... Another thing is that Michael gave her some things before he passed away and he made her promise to give those things to her mother (Michael's). She tried all her best but there were some people who didn't want to let her meet Katherine Jackson..she really wants to because she promised that to Michael "just 10 minutes and then I will go, I don't want money and stuff like that, I need to meet her and give those things to her...I promised that to Michael " she said...honestly she seems very sincere and honest, from her story ( is on YouTube) I would say that she was a real friend to Michael..she didn't and doesn't care that Michael was that famous, she really took care of him and I'm glad because I didn't know this...thank you Debra Willis, thank you for being a real friend...we love you ❤️
14017 minutes ago
One of four elephants who was in chains (right front foot) and abused for elephant riding whenever a tourist feels like he needs this experience.. 💔 I don't want to promote this at all!! (Also I don't really like Zoos and other places where WILD animals are taken captive and use for our pleasure..)
Elephants for example need much space and are sensible creatures. I could notice weird behaviours, when I approached them. They would just swing a bit from left to right and look really sad..
Drove with my scooter and accidentely saw them next to the road. I had never seen elephants from so close, so close I could pet them. I was sad when I understood their situation, but I just wanted to give my mutual respect and started walking slowly towards these giant mamals. The elephant smelled my hand with his trunk and turned his head and body to me. It just felt right to lay my head on his, caressing the giant head and thinking: "I am so sorry you aren't free, sorry I can't help you, sorry we do this to you for our pleasure..."
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Ehm, aku mau bahas sesuatu nih.
Sesuatu yang sering banget ada di kehidupan kita. Apa itu? Body shaming.
Aku ga akan menjelaskan apa pengertian dr body shaming, so kalian bisa searching.
Yang mau aku bahas disini adalah beberapa contoh dr kekeliruan yang sering banget dilakuin.
Kayak bilang "Hey kamu kok kurus banget sih?" "Hey kamu kok gendud banget sih?" "Hey liat wajah kamu ga secantik aku" "Hey, wajah kamu ko jerawatan kayak gitu?" "Makan mulu tapi tetep aja kurus sih elu". Itu cuman beberapa contoh. Masih ada banyak lagi kasus kek gitu.
Gini, kayak kata "Makan mulu tapi tetep aja kurus lu". Gini mbak mas, kalian semua ada dan hidup di dunia ini karena siapa? Karena Allah kan ya? Ya klo udah takdirnya dia punya tubuh kurus gabisa gendud klo Allah udah menciptakan sedemikian rupa kalian mau apa?
Lagi, "Cewe ko gendud banget. Diet dong makanya!"
Sorry so sorry ya. Ini juga kasus yang hampir sama. Nah klo itu cewe udah gendud (dr lahir atau enggak), terus emang gabisa turun berat badannya, kalian mau apa? Klo pun udah minum jamu inilah, obat pelangsing itulah tapi Allah lebih Maha Kuasa gaes. Kalian gabisa nyalahin makhluk-Nya kek gitu.
Bahkan ucapan-ucapan kyak gitu tuh sering banget buat candaan. Tau gak? Menurut aku, gaada lucunya sama sekali. Gatau aja kalian klo berada di posisi 'mereka-mereka' yang diperlakuin kayak gitu.
Udahlah, stop ngomentarin orang lain. Pasang kaca dulu buat liat diri sendiri. Inget lho, klo karma itu masih berlaku. Buat siapapun itu. Yah siapa tau jodoh kalian nantinya seperti korban omongan kalian, kalian mau apa? Mamam tuh. Sekalipun karma tidak terjadi pada kalian, inget, masih ada calon anak-anak kalian yang bahkan kalian ga akan tau takdir dan nasibnya bakal kayak gimana.
I really hate my teacher he really embarrassed me in front of my whole class and told all my business like wtf that’s so rude and everyone was recording it and laughing now the video is going all around the school😔 #stopbullying #suicideprevention #misslovelacee
10029 minutes ago
So I did a thing this week and I’m oh so excited for my vibrant colors to be back! Anyone who knows me, knows my colors always have a meaning behind them and this time I added red and blue. The purple is always in support of my mom and her battle with #pancreaticcancer , red is for my dad who last year out of nowhere needed triple bypass surgery and will forever be dealing with some heart issues and lastly, the blue. Blue is to make people aware of how serious bullying is. I can’t tell you how IN LOVE I am with ALL of these colors together and the cause behind each of them! Thank you @ashleighcbaker for ALWAYS being so willing to do daring things with my hair! Your talent does NOT go unnoticed! 💜💙❤️ #pancan#pancreaticcancerawareness#heartdiseaseawareness#stopbullying#bullyingawareness
5031 minutes ago
I still remember everyone's names who bullied me.
7434 minutes ago
(Ew) look at my mustache.
I don't have the fondest memories of high school, but I loved putting on that uniform and playing my bass.
I wonder if I'll ever be able to let go of the mistakes I made growing up. I tell myself I was just a kid and didn't know any better, but it only soothes my worries for a little bit. How fair is it we're already 20+ years into our lives when we realize the weight of our actions as children?
I remember quite vividly there was a girl in Kindergarten that no one wanted to play with. I don't know the full details, but I think her family was low income. They couldn't afford, or rather, didn't want to spend the money on lice treatment so they shaved her head. She didn't smell the best at the time. All the other Kindergartners made a huge stink about playing with her and avoided passing her on the playground. I forget what I was doing, but the teachers snagged me and said we had to play together. I wasn't thrilled, but had no issue with it. So I held her hand and we crawled through the tunnels that smelled a little too much of urine together. She told me it was so much fun and that she was happy we were running the same speed and playing together.
I think she ended up with self-esteem issues and never quite fit in with the main stream...but she's one of the nicest, cheerful adults I know and I hope she's doing well.
I saw a post targeting Taylor as ‘racist’ with this 2015 post that was taken seconds apart and I am in disbelief that people actually believe this just because an ‘influential’ page has posted it and so go out of their way to hate on and/or bully Taylor. The way people blindly follow anything without knowledge is disappointing. #taylorswift#taylornation#stopbullying#stopfakenews#media
Youth Mental Health Challenges and Schools! We are coming together to better the multiple needs of children and families and the interrelatedness of problems in mental health. #youthmentalhealth#stopbullying#kidsincrisis
2047 minutes ago
Share it, all day-every day‼️ Happy Friday❗️ This morning was a great share with my colleagues at work on the benefits of oatmeal. Some of the important key factors here. Thank you Dr.JB and ChefDonscreations for being invaluable.
5248 minutes ago
It’s a hard knock life, but her name isn’t Annie — it’s reality (KEEP READING 👇🏼)
Last weekend, my platform got targeted both on Instagram and on YouTube. An attempt to harm my reach. A few hate comments on a vulnerable video. This week? A friend of mine, bullied, publicly ridiculed and “called out” online... and for what? People do this stuff to make themselves feel better? That sounds like a warped perception of life if you ask me.
You see, life isn’t always rosé (see what I did there?)... it’s full of trials, tribulations, and fears. People that don’t want to see you succeed will do whatever it takes to see you dance with depression and anxiety. There are horrible, awful people in the world. And that is just fact. No matter how much good they might have in their soul, they embrace being mean and unkind and it’s not ok.
No. We may not be able to change it. Anti-bullying measures are great, but there isn’t a cure for a disease that clings onto seeing others suffer. But there is a way to combat it...
When they kick you down nine times, you get back up ten. When you feel like throwing in the towel, you get back in the ring. When you lose all hope, you pray for strength.
A wise friend said to me “You can’t not walk across the street because you’re afraid to be hit by a bus.”
Life comes with battles. But it also comes with choices. And no matter how trivial your battle may seem, you have a choice to choose to overcome it.
So, I’ll leave you with this... what choices are YOU going to make today? 🖤 (photo by @donovan.n.wagner)
I want to talk about something that weighs heavily on my heart.
Its been shown that more than 1 in 5 children experience being bullied in school. So I'm willing to put money on it that either you have experienced it for yourself first hand, or you know someone that has.
For me, it started in elementary school. Even back then, I was a big girl, and being abnormally taller than every girl (and most boys) in your class is grounds for being picked on. They called me Butch and told me I was built like a boy. Which, I mean, they weren't entirely wrong. But that didn't make it hurt any less.
I switched schools when I got older, and the bullying became much more personal. In highschool, I became an outcast. I had heard all the jokes about my height before. So when they realized that those didn't bother me, they found something new.
I didn't take the best care of myself in my teens. I didn't shower as much as I should have or brush my teeth like I should or have clean clothes most of the time, much less high end brands like the ever popular Hollister or Abercrombie back then.
But what they failed to realize, was that I didn't do these things because I learned how to take care of myself. No one taught me how to properly take care of myself, or washed my clothes for me, or had the money to buy me nice things.
Here comes a piece of that ugly past I was talking about yesterday:
They didnt know that I was responsible for taking care of myself and practically raising myself.
My grandma was my main caregiver as a kid and she passed away when I was 13, leaving me the role of not only being my own parent but also the parent to my father. I didn't even know where my mom was half the time, much less have her help to teach me about life.
I remember being so angry at those kids. I remember being so angry at the world because it just wasn't fair. While they cracked jokes about me, they had no idea what I was going through. While they got to experience their childhood, I had to grow up and take care of everything.
It took me so long to get over that anger. To realize that it wasn't their fault. Just like no one had explained to me how to
Os alunos do 9° ano fizeram uma apresentação sobre o livro "Sentimentos: Achados e Perdidos" de Ivan Jaf, Luiz Antonio Aguiar, João Anzanello Carrascoza, Shirley Souza, Menalton Braff, Marcia Kupstas, Raul Drewnick e Carmen Lucia Campos. A obra nos ajuda a entender que não devemos mudar quem somos para agradar outras pessoas. Parabéns, 9° ano! 📚✏️😍
912 hours ago
Throwback friday maar fantastische Womxnmarch. Het is ontzettend mooi om te zien dat er zoveel zijn gekomen om te supporten en hun stem te laten horen. Er zit zoveel kracht in als verschillende partijen samen komen en vereënigen. Een special s/o naar @kontra.rotterdam , @queer.rotterdam, @girls_go_boom go BOOM,@nowandwow, onze vrijwilligers en iedereen die ons support.
#Rotterdam , let’s start making a change.
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Het is nu wellicht nog meer nodig dan ooit.
O 8° ano fez uma apresentação sobre o livro "Um Toque de Mestre" de Telma Guimarães que nos ajuda a entender que não devemos julgar as pessoas sem antes conhecê-las de verdade. Parabéns, 8° ano! 📚✏🤩
812 hours ago
O 7° ano fez uma apresentação sobre o livro "Loucos por HQs", de Tânia Alexandre Martinelli, que traz questionamentos sobre os padrões de beleza e nos incentiva a valorizar o que somos. Parabéns, 7° ano! 🤩📚✏
722 hours ago
O 6° ano fez uma apresentação sobre o livro "Eu no Espelho" de Regina Rennó e Célia Rennó que falava sobre o bullying e a importância da conversa e do respeito entre os colegas de classe. Parabéns, 6° ano! ✏️📚👧🏽