Tag Archive: death

Steve Jobs once asked the question: “If today were the last day of your life, would you want to spend it the way that you’re about to?”

If you sit in a quiet place and think deeply about this question, it becomes scary, yet liberating. Scary because one day everything we love and everything we’ve become attached to will cease to exist through our eyes. Liberating because realizing this fact motivates us to contemplate how we walk in our daily lives.

Farrakhan Speaks “Watch now, because once it starts, it’s on. You may not want to fight, but you better get ready. Teach your baby how to throw the bottle if they can,” he said, referring a Molotov cocktail.

The latest call for unrest comes from Rev Louis Farrakhan. On Saturday, Farrakhan delivered a speech at a black college in Baltimore. He said Islam allows a “law for retaliation” and violence should be used following the Michael Brown and Eric Garner grand jury decisions.

For anyone that has lost something they can’t replace ♥

I had forgotten what it was even to be human, but one important part of my personality was still hard at work: I had a sense of curiosity. I would ask, ‘Who? What? Where?’ and there was never a flicker of response.

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