〰 Water is the best representation of the Feminine on Earth. It is the essence of life and all living creatures. It is where all of us came from. It is the same womb waters that nurtured us. Women can use this subtance everytime they need healing and comforting.
〰 The element of water can be used in many healing and therapeutic activities:
• Taking a shower can be very healing when you treat water as a magical liquid.
• Taking a hot bath is a ritual that everyone can do in the comfort of one's home. Put some sea salt, seashells and seaweed in it, and you are instantly in the ocean, being a Mermaid.
• Sitting by the stream, river, pond or lake is very healing and soothing by itself. If you look at the running water, or put your feet in it, you can visualize all your worries go away. And they will.
• Beach time by the sea or ocean is the ultimate doctor and medicine for almost all issues. Spending time by the big water can heal not only our body but our soul and emotions.
Love and kisses from beautiful Alpine lake 😘💙
Today (Aug 18th), during the same year my grandma was born (1920), was the same year congress ratified the 19th amendment, granting women the right to vote. This was monumental in women's right. Let's remember how far we've had to come, how hard we've had to fight, and remind humanity that we're not backing down. Not in this lifetime, not ever. Let's continue to fight for women's rights and for the rights of all humanity. Love your fellow man. Be a source of support and power. Together we can remind this world of the people in it, and not just those who believe they're above it.
Thank you @tokeativity for this beautiful post. .
#Repost @tokeativity ・・・
Passed by Congress June 4, 1919, and ratified on August 18, 1920, the 19th amendment granted women the right to vote. Thank you to all the women who fought for us! #Repost @feministfightclub
Today we take a moment to remember perhaps the most OG Fight Club of them all—the Suffragists, who paraded and picketed, lit bonfires, had fingers broken by police, and were jailed and tormented demanding women be granted the right to vote. It was on #thisdayinhistory that those early crusaders would finally win that right—with the ratification of the 19th Amendment, in 1920—but it would take many more years and many more battles to overturn state laws and policies that continued to disenfranchise black voters. As we remember these early crusaders—as well as those who continue to fight for equality every day—we also remind ourselves: At a time when so much of what we value is under attack in this country, *we will not take our voting rights for granted*. #PSA#VOTE
In light of Charlottesville, I felt it necessary for the #womanoftheweek to be someone who defied the restrictions of discrimination as both a woman & an African-American, & rose to the top against all odds. I could think of no one more suitable than Oprah. Orpah Gail Winfrey was born to a poverty-stricken teenage girl in Mississippi, on January 29, 1954. Oprah was sent to live her first six years in poverty with her grandmother. She was so poor, that Oprah had to wear a potato sack. At six, she was sent back to live with her mother, who constantly abused her. Oprah was molested by her cousin, uncle, & a family friend. Pregnant at fourteen, her son died in premature birth. She enrolled herself in public school, & attended a rich school, where she was brutally bullied. She stole money from her mother to keep up with her affluent white peers. Her mother found out & angrily sent her to a man in Nevada. Oprah's mother never inquired about her. She secured a scholarship at Tennessee State University, after winning an oratory competition with her speech club. She worked at a local black radio station before being fired. She graduated college with a degree in media, & later began working in Nashville, as both the youngest & first black female news anchor. After going through a few jobs, many of which chastised her for her appearance, she ended up at the lowest rated TV program in Chicago. However, when Oprah joined, it instantly rose to the top show in Chicago. She took over a show, At The Movies, later renamed The Oprah Winfrey Show. The Oprah Winfrey show made its first national debut on September 8, 1986. It received over 40 times the revenue. Oprah Winfrey, who started from nothing, is now the queen of all media. She is an academy award winning actress, honorary psychologist, highly successful author, radio personality, & has a renowned publishing company. Oprah was voted the most admired woman in the world, & is the wealthiest African-American in the country. Oprah is called the most powerful woman in the world, both the most influential woman and black person, the top alpha female, & the greatest woman in American history.
"Eu não me vejo na palavra
Fêmea: Alvo de caça
Prefiro queimar o mapa
Traçar de novo a estrada
Ver cores nas cinzas
E a vida reinventar."
If I am not a hero then I am a fighter, if I am not a fighter then I am human! 💕
FEMALE LINK! From the Legend of Zelda! I have honestly fell in love with this cosplay and these photo's ✨💞
Cosplayer: Nicole Bloomer
Photographer: Alana Bloomer ^^ .