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Joyful: I AM Africa BO Sensual Beautiful Radiant Elegant Fierce Unique Sensational Natural Fabulous Proud Outrageous Breathtaking Bold Woman Fearless Virtuousong Resilient Wise Independent ovel Compassionaté Daring Wise Loud Grounded Couragcous Virtuous Fearless Natural Joyful Kinu Playful Hypnotic Captivating Daring Bold Elegant Brilliant Unique Wisdom Soulful Proud Talented When I look at you I see magic. All the hopes and dreams of purposeful creation. The only matter that matters to me, carrying souls from the spiritual world to here and on to their next destination. The world seeks to destroy you, if they can't hold you without force the want to control you. All men came from you and love you so much, they spend the rest of their lives trying to get back inside of you. Not knowing that you live in them, hating you, they are hating themselves as all men are half woman. Our scrotums were formed from labia and our testes were ovaries. We have nipples because we all started out as women. So men are scared of you. Especially those men with the least melanin. Many of them raped you for hundreds of years, all the while they had wives lacking melanin, but they would still rape you because they wanted to dominate the creation of life itself. No more, your Kings are waking up and we will literally die to defend you. All who will not die for you, are not kings but fallen men who you don't need or want, because until they realise that we can't rise without you, we are useless. In ancient Africa we called god Mother-Father God because intelligent Africans couldn't conceive of a man being balanced on his own. Now you have these foolish men talking about Father, Son and Ghost. They killed you, yet they expect to live a normal life when they removed a part of themselves from their belief systems. History never herstory Men and our egos, when will we find balance. I have spent more time with and talking to women than I have men, because I realised that men are pretty mad until they unlearn sexism. This is why I am wise. The cognitive dissonance in most men is huge and people don't function well with this level of dissonance that they are invested in. It's pathetic the rhetoric that we are told (by men) is the "true way". There is no truth without you. All envy and are scared of you. Because they are living a lie and yet you have always been the truth... chakabars
Joyful: I AM
 Africa BO
 Sensual Beautiful Radiant Elegant
 Fierce Unique
 Sensational
 Natural
 Fabulous Proud
 Outrageous
 Breathtaking
 Bold
 Woman
 Fearless
 Virtuousong
 Resilient
 Wise
 Independent
 ovel
 Compassionaté
 Daring
 Wise
 Loud Grounded
 Couragcous
 Virtuous
 Fearless
 Natural
 Joyful
 Kinu
 Playful
 Hypnotic
 Captivating
 Daring
 Bold
 Elegant
 Brilliant
 Unique
 Wisdom
 Soulful
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 Talented
When I look at you I see magic. All the hopes and dreams of purposeful creation. The only matter that matters to me, carrying souls from the spiritual world to here and on to their next destination. The world seeks to destroy you, if they can't hold you without force the want to control you. All men came from you and love you so much, they spend the rest of their lives trying to get back inside of you. Not knowing that you live in them, hating you, they are hating themselves as all men are half woman. Our scrotums were formed from labia and our testes were ovaries. We have nipples because we all started out as women. So men are scared of you. Especially those men with the least melanin. Many of them raped you for hundreds of years, all the while they had wives lacking melanin, but they would still rape you because they wanted to dominate the creation of life itself. No more, your Kings are waking up and we will literally die to defend you. All who will not die for you, are not kings but fallen men who you don't need or want, because until they realise that we can't rise without you, we are useless. In ancient Africa we called god Mother-Father God because intelligent Africans couldn't conceive of a man being balanced on his own. Now you have these foolish men talking about Father, Son and Ghost. They killed you, yet they expect to live a normal life when they removed a part of themselves from their belief systems. History never herstory Men and our egos, when will we find balance. I have spent more time with and talking to women than I have men, because I realised that men are pretty mad until they unlearn sexism. This is why I am wise. The cognitive dissonance in most men is huge and people don't function well with this level of dissonance that they are invested in. It's pathetic the rhetoric that we are told (by men) is the "true way". There is no truth without you. All envy and are scared of you. Because they are living a lie and yet you have always been the truth... chakabars

When I look at you I see magic. All the hopes and dreams of purposeful creation. The only matter that matters to me, carrying souls from...

Joyful: Deported for the 2nd time this week.... @chakabars It's so hard for Africans to travel Africa.. I'm so upset, I'm crying while I am writing this, all I want to do is see the children and make sure they are ok...I have been deported from DR Congo twice this week. I got my visa at the Congolese in Ethiopia, twice, because I was told it was ok to get it there. The government in Congo has just changed and they don't want westerners going there. So they are taking months to give out Visas in london. The goverment don't look after the impoverished children properly. They live in massive houses and never go down to the "poor" areas. When I first met the children in Ngaba they weren't being fed properly, there was nobody to pay their medical bills or school fees. I have been organising my life to make sure that they are good and I just want to move them out of terrible conditions that they live in. My heritage is Jamaican, but I wasn't raised there, I was raised in the UK, but I don't belong there, the only reason I am there is because of the slavery of my ancestors. I don't speak an African language so when I'm in Africa it's difficult to communicate. I feel like I'm an alien sometimes. When I met the children I felt like I belonged, they are orphans in their own country, I am an orphan of the planet. When my ancestors were stolen from Ghana or wherever, we didn't need a f*cking passport, now I need a passport to go back... And a £90 yellow fever which gives you a chicken Embryo injected with yellow fever. Yellow fever isn't even a problem, nor is Ebola. AIDS was put in to Africa by polio vaccines (Hilary koprowski) Some europeans created the borders for this reason, so they could divide and conquer us. They have built their whole society off the back of Africa, never apologised, don't share, still exploit Africa, they don't give back equally and we still experience racism. Many children in Africa are suffering, yes they are joyful because they are better humans than us. But the suffering is so much, no running water, no electricity, no sanitation, no food, no humanity, what can they do? more below 👇🏾
Joyful: Deported for the 2nd time this week....
 @chakabars
 It's so hard for Africans to travel Africa..
I'm so upset, I'm crying while I am writing this, all I want to do is see the children and make sure they are ok...I have been deported from DR Congo twice this week. I got my visa at the Congolese in Ethiopia, twice, because I was told it was ok to get it there. The government in Congo has just changed and they don't want westerners going there. So they are taking months to give out Visas in london. The goverment don't look after the impoverished children properly. They live in massive houses and never go down to the "poor" areas. When I first met the children in Ngaba they weren't being fed properly, there was nobody to pay their medical bills or school fees. I have been organising my life to make sure that they are good and I just want to move them out of terrible conditions that they live in. My heritage is Jamaican, but I wasn't raised there, I was raised in the UK, but I don't belong there, the only reason I am there is because of the slavery of my ancestors. I don't speak an African language so when I'm in Africa it's difficult to communicate. I feel like I'm an alien sometimes. When I met the children I felt like I belonged, they are orphans in their own country, I am an orphan of the planet. When my ancestors were stolen from Ghana or wherever, we didn't need a f*cking passport, now I need a passport to go back... And a £90 yellow fever which gives you a chicken Embryo injected with yellow fever. Yellow fever isn't even a problem, nor is Ebola. AIDS was put in to Africa by polio vaccines (Hilary koprowski) Some europeans created the borders for this reason, so they could divide and conquer us. They have built their whole society off the back of Africa, never apologised, don't share, still exploit Africa, they don't give back equally and we still experience racism. Many children in Africa are suffering, yes they are joyful because they are better humans than us. But the suffering is so much, no running water, no electricity, no sanitation, no food, no humanity, what can they do? more below 👇🏾

I'm so upset, I'm crying while I am writing this, all I want to do is see the children and make sure they are ok...I have been deported f...

Joyful: This is what joy looks like The most amazing photographer came to Somalia to take pictures for the lovearmy Check out @yescene lovearmyhumans
Joyful: This is what joy looks like
The most amazing photographer came to Somalia to take pictures for the lovearmy Check out @yescene lovearmyhumans

The most amazing photographer came to Somalia to take pictures for the lovearmy Check out @yescene lovearmyhumans

Joyful: e feeling joyful with Jasmine How and Andre Benedict Yeo Internship at Addpetizer be lke, #50platesof sushi. That's how we roll, We're o-fish-ally on a roe. aThingsarealwaysontherice Like Comment Share O You, Ng Chew wee and 3 others Andre Ong We were on roll Like Reply O2 Benedict Yeo Sashimi makes miso happy Unike Reply O2 11 hn Jasmine How U don say, saimon told me they soya chugging that matcha tea with your sashimi Unike Reply O2-11 Jasmine How hey wasabi guys? Dont have such hot tempuras and ignore me) ali said was you had too matcha tea! Union Reply O2 11 hrs Edited one at a time, it's not Andre Ong jas you're avo'control there can shrimple to come up with so moch puns Andre Ong We were on a roll. Like Reply O2.1hr Benedict Yeo Sashimi makes miso happy Unlike Reply O2 Jasmine How U-don say, salmon told me they soya chugging that matcha tea with your sashimi! Unlike Reply O2 56 mins Jasmine How hey wasabi guys? Don't have such hot tempuras and ignore me: all said was you had too matcha tea! Unlike Reply O2 47 mins Edited Andre Ong jas you're avo'control, there can onigri one at a time, it's not shrimple to come up with so mochi puns Like Reply 01.39 mins Benedict Yeo Wagyu expecting? Don-burius in your fintastic puns. Like Reply 35 mins Jasmine How Yes yes I'm always at fault ebi-time you guys are soba-ed to me Like Reply. 34 mins Benedict Yeo Well, we can't always bento-over backwards when you ai-tate Like Reply 31 mins Benedict Yeo Okay let's just tako bout it Like Reply 30 mins Jasmine How It's not so shrimple to tuna into your fish-quencies Like Reply 20 mins Andre Ong yeah, we cod take the oppo-tuna-ty to talk about it, not make Like Reply 29 mlns Jasmine How Tm just weird, su-shi said. Like Reply 27 mins Andre Onghm, we're getting less sofishticated and more on autotuna now Like Reply 22 mins Benedict Yeo And here I thought we were having the tama our lives. Let katsu the chase. Hamachi cost to settle this? Like Reply 11 mins Jasmine How Desu natto the way to end this. Gyudon geddit Like Reply 9 mins Jasmine How Shouyu think you can ramen like this? Like Reply Jasmine How Guess I'm don with this too Like Reply When you have bored and SUPER PUNNY friends... 😂😂
Joyful: e feeling joyful with Jasmine How and Andre
 Benedict Yeo
 Internship at Addpetizer be lke,
 #50platesof sushi. That's how we roll,
 We're o-fish-ally on a roe. aThingsarealwaysontherice
 Like
 Comment
 Share
 O You, Ng Chew wee and 3 others
 Andre Ong We were on roll
 Like Reply O2
 Benedict Yeo Sashimi makes miso happy
 Unike Reply O2 11 hn
 Jasmine How U don say, saimon told me they soya chugging that matcha tea
 with your sashimi
 Unike Reply O2-11
 Jasmine How hey wasabi guys? Dont have such hot tempuras and ignore
 me) ali said was you had too matcha tea!
 Union Reply O2 11 hrs Edited
 one at a time, it's not
 Andre Ong jas you're avo'control there can
 shrimple to come up with so moch puns
 Andre Ong We were on a roll.
 Like Reply O2.1hr
 Benedict Yeo Sashimi makes miso happy
 Unlike Reply O2
 Jasmine How U-don say, salmon told me they soya chugging that matcha
 tea with your sashimi!
 Unlike Reply O2 56 mins
 Jasmine How hey wasabi guys? Don't have such hot tempuras and ignore
 me: all said was you had too matcha tea!
 Unlike Reply O2
 47 mins Edited
 Andre Ong jas you're avo'control, there can onigri one at a time, it's not
 shrimple to come up with so mochi puns
 Like Reply 01.39 mins
 Benedict Yeo Wagyu expecting? Don-burius in your fintastic puns.
 Like Reply 35 mins
 Jasmine How Yes yes I'm always at fault ebi-time you guys are soba-ed
 to me
 Like Reply. 34 mins
 Benedict Yeo Well, we can't
 always bento-over backwards when you ai-tate
 Like Reply 31 mins
 Benedict Yeo Okay let's just tako bout it
 Like Reply 30 mins
 Jasmine How It's not so shrimple to tuna into your fish-quencies
 Like Reply 20 mins
 Andre Ong yeah, we cod take the oppo-tuna-ty to talk about it, not make
 Like Reply 29 mlns
 Jasmine How Tm just weird, su-shi said.
 Like Reply 27 mins
 Andre Onghm, we're getting less sofishticated and more on autotuna now
 Like Reply 22 mins
 Benedict Yeo And here I thought we were having the tama our lives. Let
 katsu the chase. Hamachi cost to settle this?
 Like Reply 11 mins
 Jasmine How Desu natto the way to end this. Gyudon geddit
 Like Reply 9 mins
 Jasmine How Shouyu think you can ramen like this?
 Like Reply
 Jasmine How Guess I'm don with this too
 Like Reply
When you have bored and SUPER PUNNY friends... 😂😂

When you have bored and SUPER PUNNY friends... 😂😂

Joyful: Because you need some joyful Somali children on your timeline right now a ohakabars ceboo Somalia: The Ancient Lost Kingdom of Punt is Finally Found? Tourists from all over the world are welcomed in Upper Egypt to admire temples and learn about the fascinating history of ancient pharaohs. However, the pharaohs’ true origins are not told and our literature is lacking adequate information. Queen Hatshepsut's temple inscriptions at Luxor reveal that her divine mother, Hathor, was from Punt - with strong indications that the pharaohs considered the origin of their culture to be Punt Land. The following is a step in the direction of exploring the pharaohs’ roots and establishing a trip along history and time. The Land of the Gods Punt Land is described in ancient Egyptian texts as the "Land of the Gods" and a region rich in resources. After Jean-Francois Champollion deciphered the pharaoh’s hieroglyphics in 1822 AD, western scholars began reading the texts. Debates started as to the origins of the pharaohs and the location of Punt Land. Egypt grew as a nation with trade that increased in the latter part of the Pre-Dynastic Period (c. 6000-3150 BC). By the Early Dynastic Period (c. 3150-2613 BC) trade was firmly established with regions in Mesopotamia and Phoenicia. The Fifth Dynasty (c. 2498-2345 BC) witnessed Egypt’s flourishing through trade with Punt Land. Fourth Dynasty reliefs show a Puntite with one of Khufu’s sons, and Fifth Dynasty documents demonstrate trade between the two countries. A tomb inscription of the military commander Pepynakht Heqalb, who served under King Pepy II (2278-2184 BC) of the Sixth Dynasty, narrates how Heqalb was sent to "the land of the Aamu" to retrieve the body of the warden of Kekhen. Punt Land became a semi-mythical land for the pharaohs, but it was a real place through the New Kingdom (1570-1069 BC). During the reign of Amunhotep II (1425-1400 BC) delegations from Punt were accepted. The reign of Ramesses II (1279-1213 BC) and of Ramesses III (1186-1155 BC) mentioned Punt as well. The pharaohs were fascinated by Punt as a "land of plenty" and it was best known as Ta Netjer – “God’s Land.” Somalia – Continuing Puntite Traditions In Hatshepsut’s temple, an expedition shows Punt more below 👇🏿 chakabars
Joyful: Because you need some joyful Somali
 children on your timeline right now a
 ohakabars
 ceboo
Somalia: The Ancient Lost Kingdom of Punt is Finally Found? Tourists from all over the world are welcomed in Upper Egypt to admire temples and learn about the fascinating history of ancient pharaohs. However, the pharaohs’ true origins are not told and our literature is lacking adequate information. Queen Hatshepsut's temple inscriptions at Luxor reveal that her divine mother, Hathor, was from Punt - with strong indications that the pharaohs considered the origin of their culture to be Punt Land. The following is a step in the direction of exploring the pharaohs’ roots and establishing a trip along history and time. The Land of the Gods Punt Land is described in ancient Egyptian texts as the "Land of the Gods" and a region rich in resources. After Jean-Francois Champollion deciphered the pharaoh’s hieroglyphics in 1822 AD, western scholars began reading the texts. Debates started as to the origins of the pharaohs and the location of Punt Land. Egypt grew as a nation with trade that increased in the latter part of the Pre-Dynastic Period (c. 6000-3150 BC). By the Early Dynastic Period (c. 3150-2613 BC) trade was firmly established with regions in Mesopotamia and Phoenicia. The Fifth Dynasty (c. 2498-2345 BC) witnessed Egypt’s flourishing through trade with Punt Land. Fourth Dynasty reliefs show a Puntite with one of Khufu’s sons, and Fifth Dynasty documents demonstrate trade between the two countries. A tomb inscription of the military commander Pepynakht Heqalb, who served under King Pepy II (2278-2184 BC) of the Sixth Dynasty, narrates how Heqalb was sent to "the land of the Aamu" to retrieve the body of the warden of Kekhen. Punt Land became a semi-mythical land for the pharaohs, but it was a real place through the New Kingdom (1570-1069 BC). During the reign of Amunhotep II (1425-1400 BC) delegations from Punt were accepted. The reign of Ramesses II (1279-1213 BC) and of Ramesses III (1186-1155 BC) mentioned Punt as well. The pharaohs were fascinated by Punt as a "land of plenty" and it was best known as Ta Netjer – “God’s Land.” Somalia – Continuing Puntite Traditions In Hatshepsut’s temple, an expedition shows Punt more below 👇🏿 chakabars

Somalia: The Ancient Lost Kingdom of Punt is Finally Found? Tourists from all over the world are welcomed in Upper Egypt to admire temple...

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Joyful: Good Morning
 Love You
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Joyful: e Prophet Muhammad Visited You, Just For A Day Or Two. @islam feveryone I WONDER If The Prophet Muhammad ﷺ visited you, Just for a day or two. If he came unexpectedly, I wonder what you'd do. Oh, I know you'd give your nicest room, To such an honored guest, And all the food you'd serve to him, Would be your very best, And you would keep assuring him, you're glad to have him there, That serving him in your home, Is a joy beyond compare. BUT ... When you see him coming, Would you meet him at the door, With arms outstretched in welcome, To your visitor? OR ... Would you have to change your clothes Before you let him in ? Or hide some magazines And put the Quran where they had been ? Would you still watch R-rated movies, On your TV set ? Or would you rush to switch it off, Before He gets upset ? Would you turn off the radio, And hope He hadn't heard ? And wish you hadn't uttered, That last loud, hasty word ? Would you hide away your music, And instead take Hadith books out ? Could you let him walk right in, or would you rush about ? AND, I wonder ... If the Prophet spent A day or two with you, Would you go right on doing The things you always do ? Would you go right on saying The things you always say ? Would life for you continue As it does from day to day ? Would your family conversation Keep up its usual pace ? And would you find it hard each meal To say a table grace ? Would you keep up each every prayer Without putting on a frown ? And would you always jump up early For prayers at dawn ? Would you sing the songs you always sing And read the books you read ? And let him know the things on which your mind and spirit feed ? Would you take the prophet with you Everywhere you plan to go ? Or, would you, maybe, change your plans, Just for a day or so ? Would you be glad to have him meet your very closest friends? Or, would you hope they'd stay away Until his visit ends? Would you be glad to have him stay Forever on and on? OR ... Would you sigh with great relief, When he at last was gone ? It might be interesting to know The things that you would do If the Prophet Muhammad, in person, came to spend some time with you.
Joyful: e Prophet Muhammad
 Visited You, Just For A Day Or Two.
 @islam feveryone
I WONDER If The Prophet Muhammad ﷺ visited you, Just for a day or two. If he came unexpectedly, I wonder what you'd do. Oh, I know you'd give your nicest room, To such an honored guest, And all the food you'd serve to him, Would be your very best, And you would keep assuring him, you're glad to have him there, That serving him in your home, Is a joy beyond compare. BUT ... When you see him coming, Would you meet him at the door, With arms outstretched in welcome, To your visitor? OR ... Would you have to change your clothes Before you let him in ? Or hide some magazines And put the Quran where they had been ? Would you still watch R-rated movies, On your TV set ? Or would you rush to switch it off, Before He gets upset ? Would you turn off the radio, And hope He hadn't heard ? And wish you hadn't uttered, That last loud, hasty word ? Would you hide away your music, And instead take Hadith books out ? Could you let him walk right in, or would you rush about ? AND, I wonder ... If the Prophet spent A day or two with you, Would you go right on doing The things you always do ? Would you go right on saying The things you always say ? Would life for you continue As it does from day to day ? Would your family conversation Keep up its usual pace ? And would you find it hard each meal To say a table grace ? Would you keep up each every prayer Without putting on a frown ? And would you always jump up early For prayers at dawn ? Would you sing the songs you always sing And read the books you read ? And let him know the things on which your mind and spirit feed ? Would you take the prophet with you Everywhere you plan to go ? Or, would you, maybe, change your plans, Just for a day or so ? Would you be glad to have him meet your very closest friends? Or, would you hope they'd stay away Until his visit ends? Would you be glad to have him stay Forever on and on? OR ... Would you sigh with great relief, When he at last was gone ? It might be interesting to know The things that you would do If the Prophet Muhammad, in person, came to spend some time with you.

I WONDER If The Prophet Muhammad ﷺ visited you, Just for a day or two. If he came unexpectedly, I wonder what you'd do. Oh, I know you'd...