Link in bio for first look at #TemptingFate On @lifetimetv June 15th st 8pm Repost @zanerayholtz || @milano_alyssa @stevekazee @kimraver @__manuboyer__
Repost @sorrynotsorrypod On the first episode of #SorryNotSorry, @milano_alyssa talks to presidential candidate @joebiden. Look for the full episode on Monday! #Joe2020 #JoeBiden2020
Repost @cnn "I really wanted to combat their hatred with kindness honestly," said Shaymaa Ismaa’eel, a Muslim woman who posed smiling in front of anti-Islam protesters. "I wanted them to see my face and simply walking by wasn’t enough." She was at the Islamic Circle of North America convention in Washington. She told us her message is simple: Smile in the face of bigotry. (📸: Shaymaa Ismaa’eel)
If the Trump trolls think my social media posts are infuriating, wait until they hear my new podcast. We launch in 6 days! I’m so excited to share this with you all. Wooooohoooo! #SorryNotSorry
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#earthday 🌎 📷: #voicesofyouth
I hope you had a special day.
Repost @cnn using At the stroke of midnight in Paris, the Eiffel Tower went dark to honor the more than 200 people who died in the Sri Lanka bomb attacks. It’s a move the operators of the landmark often make in tribute to causes and calamities. (📸:Zakaria Abdelkafi/AFP/Getty Images)
Bella tuning in. Om. Namaste.
Repost @healingmotions • • • Do you agree? I find this to be mostly true! My whole life I have struggled with reactivity. As I wade more and more into the midst of the physical realm, I get more and more reactive. The issue becomes that OTHER people control you. What someone says or does should never dictate how you react or feel. The only person living in your head and deciding what you do should be YOU. If you find you are extremely reactive (like me) then there is a very simple solution! Meditation! This is a powerful tool for us because it allows us to approach our thoughts as a separate entity. We are the observer, we HAVE thoughts, we are not thoughts 🔑 once we see the difference, we are no longer controlled by our thoughts and we can choose how we want to react. I can see a huge difference in my life if I take a day off meditation. It’s like I’m drowning in the energy. Not that it’s bad, it’s just so much good when I meditate! If you don’t know how to mediate, just diffuse your essential oils (recommended - Blue Tansy and Vetiver - more info in my story highlights on how to do that/where to get them) and sit in a quiet place, for atleast 5 minutes. Phone on silent and focus only on your breath. Don’t let your head rest against anything and if you mind wanders, esefully bring it back to the breath! That’s it! I believe in you and love you!! You can do this!! Have you ever tried meditation? What has been your experience with it?
Repost @cnn "In culture, we build bridges, not walls. A country is not a hotel and it's not full," said world-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma, who performed at the US-Mexico border on Saturday to make a statement about global unity. Ma's performance was planned as part of a Day of Action, a joint event involving Laredo and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, to celebrate the common culture between the adjoining border cities. (📸:Gobierno de Nuevo Laredo/Facebook)
Repost @eightyseventhst C’MON BOYS, YOU GOT THIS🏀👊🏼 (watching the game tonight in #teamtouch of course☝🏼✏️)x
My podcast is now on Instagram at @sorrynotsorrypod. #SorryNotSorry
She is the reason I fight. And I won’t stop until her rights are enshrined in the constitution. #ERANow
Repost @petesouza This is a post about Presidential leadership and character. Stay with me for this story and you’ll better understand the three photos I am posting here. President Obama was in Austin, Texas, back in 2014 to give a speech on the economy. When he brought up immigration towards the end of his remarks, a couple of young men started heckling him. “I’m sorry, what are you yelling about now?,” the President said back. “Sit down, guys. I’m almost done. I’ll talk to you afterwards, I promise. I’ll bring you back. I’m wrapping things up here.” They heckled some more. “I’m on your side, man,” the President replied. “Sit down, guys, we’ll talk about it later, I promise.” And finally he was able to finish his talk. As he was walking offstage (second photo), he motioned to the two young hecklers in the crowd to come backstage. And then sure enough, President Obama–in private, away from the glare of the media–engaged in a conversation about immigration policy with these two young men, under the watchful eye of the Secret Service.
DEAR ANTI-CHOICE POLITICIANS, SB 23 is one of the most aggressive, oppressive, & radical attacks against women ever seen in this state and this country. We'll see you in court @GovMikeDeWine #StopTheBans
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