If you have been wronged you will be relieved... it’s a universal truth... not a mere thought #justice#truth#wrong
اگه بهت بدی رسیده باشه ، آرامش خواهی یافت ... ان مع العسر یسرا... این یک حقیقت کیهانی هست نه فقط یک فکر !
Truth burns through a lot of shit. I swallowed just a little bit of it and lost 180 pounds while killing a smoking addiction (all with relative ease I might add). But I learned something through some of this that has stuck with me. I realized how lost a lot of people truly are. I mean in a deep and tragic way being truly confused about what they’re doing in life with no real fire or direction. How can you spot this shit in other people? SIMPLE. Passive aggression, lies, pretending to not give a fuck about things that are around you all the time, never confronting themselves or what’s really going on. I will never make fun of someone for not trying. I will never look down or belittle someone who just makes the fucking effort. At least they showed up. At least they’re on the fucking road with me. The people I openly hate and am very direct with are the ones who play games. You wanna know when a snakelike personality runs away or just dies? When you add pressure to the situation. Force the issue and force a confrontation. Most people are too fucked up to even let that happen. Weakness dies in the face of strength and that goes all the way down to the bone of your personality. Do not let someone else’s chaos and fucked up life wash into what you’re creating, what you’re doing and building. Your time matters, your focus is important, your clarity and happiness are of the utmost concern and that means sorting it out. You have to go deep and feel whatever it is.
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#BIP100Fists : Honoring Nelson Mandela
#30 - Daphne M. Lee (Dance Theatre of Harlem)
"Our march to freedom is irreversible. We must not allow fear to stand in our way." ~Nelson Mandela
Honoring the legacy of Nelson Mandela in a hundred day countdown toward the 100th anniversary of his birth (July 18, 2018), The Black Iris Project presents, “100 FISTS”, a photo series documenting 100 Black dancers around New York City of varying ages, techniques, and stages of their careers. This work, a collaboration between choreographer Jeremy McQueen and photographer Melika Dez, pays homage to the courageous strength and achievements of MADIBA, a freedom fighter and trailblazer in Black political organizing.
Produced by The Black Iris Project/Jeremy McQueen
Photography by Melika Dez
Next to me, Juan Carlos who yesterday dug out bones of someone unknown. Last night, he couldn’t sleep, woke up in night sweats and had nightmares. This is a true disaster. Every day people are digging out bodies. Somehow the body count in the news outlets doesn’t seem to reach above 117. Please can someone out there help the Guatemalan government count ? #disaster#thousandsdead#weCANTBeSilent#guatemala#government#justice . @cnn @bbcnews @telemundo @unicef @univision @unitednations
International Law and Justice
Among the greatest achievements of the United Nations is the development of a body of international law—conventions, treaties and standards—central to promoting economic and social development, as well as to advancing international peace and security. Many of the treaties brought about by the United Nations form the basis of the law that governs relations among nations. While the work of the UN in this area does not always receive attention, it has a daily impact on the lives of people everywhere.
The Charter of the United Nations specifically calls on the Organization to help in the settlement of international disputes by peaceful means, including arbitration and judicial settlement (Article 33), and to encourage the progressive development of international law and its codification (Article 13). Over the years, more than 560 multilateral treatieshave been deposited with the Secretary-General of the United Nations. Many other treaties are deposited with governments or other entities. The treaties cover a broad range of subject matters such as human rights, disarmament and protection of the environment. . .
The life of Karl Marx was a life filled with intellectual education and political criticism. Marx was born in what is now Germany on May 5, 1818. His ancestors were rabbis but in order to avoid persecution his father converted to Lutheranism and in 1824 Marx was baptized, “The conversion probably resulted from the enforcement of the anti-Jewish laws” (Schneck 236). Marx studied law at the University of Bonn due to the influence of his father, who was a lawyer. At the University of Bonn, Marx spent much of his time socializing and gathering a large sum of debt. When Marx’s father received the news of his son’s fencing wound and large debt, he insisted that his son transfer to the less exhilarating University of Berlin.At the University of Berlin, Marx was further exposed to philosophy and decided to change his area of study. During his time at the University of Berlin he also got involved with a radical student journal, his involvement earned him a reputation as a critic of religion and government. In 1841 he received his doctorate in philosophy from the University of Jena. His reputation prevented him from becoming a teacher of philosophy so following his college education he became the editor of the controversial and critical newspaper, Rheinische Zeitung.
In 1843 Marx married Jenny von Westphalen, daughter of a German baron. Soon after their marriage, Rheinische Zeitung was viewed as an increasing threat to the government; Marx was forced to resign from his position as editor and move to Paris, shortly after the paper itself was silenced. This move was a stroke of good fortune for Marx. At the time Paris was home to the majority of the world’s intellectuals and rebels, “Marx soon became involved in their disputes and causes” (Schneck 236). In Paris Marx and Engels met and instantly became friends. This was an important friendship because in a joint wrote their most influential piece of writing, The Communist Manifesto. . .