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Kira, The Light.  Unattached, but connected πŸ‘βœ¨ Makeup Artist & Lightworker. kirathelightworker@gmail.com

https://youtu.be/Fii54U4b634

If you're ever feeling mentally strained or anxious, drawing circles is a great stress reliever. You should try it sometime! πŸ˜ŠπŸ•‰βœ¨
#sacredgeometry

80% of the human body is made up of water. This explains why the energy of the β˜€οΈ and πŸŒ™ both influence the frequencies of our internal bodies. Speak positively and you will stir melodious cosmic tides within! ✨🌊✨

Trust your path at all times.
Despite moments of ambiguity or pain, always believe that the Universe is orchestrating a magical outcome for you.
Put in the work and watch your dreams manifest.
Don't lose hope! πŸ˜ŠπŸ’›βœ¨ Artwork: 'What Only Exists in the Mind' by Jeffrey Smith

Throwback ;) πŸŒ™βœ¨
(I keep seeing the number 4 everywhere πŸ‘€)

(It was really fun dressing up today, but I secretly miss my mini fro 😹)
Hair by @beautynbrushes

Today was a success! πŸ˜ΈπŸ’–βœ¨
Hair by @beautynbrushes

I am sending you all positive energy and high vibrations today! πŸ’™βœ¨
#sacredgeometry
#floweroflife

We choose what we see πŸ‘βœ¨

You matter. I matter. They matter. Matter is all around us πŸ™ƒπŸŒπŸ’šβœ¨
#DavidNiven

Meet my two new friends:
Kenya & Kyoki
They represent my yin-yang quality 😼☯️ Oh hey, @saintrecords

Such a powerful message. I had to spread the light! πŸ’šβœ¨ #Repost @therealhalfrican (@get_repost)
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This day in history: In 1954, in a major civil rights victory, the U.S. Supreme Court hands down a unanimous decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, ruling that racial segregation in public educational facilities is unconstitutional. The historic decision, which brought an end to federal tolerance of racial segregation, specifically dealt with Linda Brown, a young African American girl who had been denied admission to her local elementary school in Topeka, Kansas, because of the color of her skin.

I feel like we as people have forgotten that national history such as public institutionalized segregation took place within our parent's lifetime (or if you're younger than me, definitely your grandparents' lifetime.) We are only one generation removed from a society that split significant community services such as schooling all the way down to petty items like drinking fountains by the color of your skin. If you think about where we are now, it is actually quite amazing how far we've came in one generation's lifetime. Although, social equity is a trudging slow process that takes twists and turns along the way to its promising destination; we can't lose sight of all the battles fought and lost prior to the 1950's/60's civil rights movement. Just as we have been awarded a life of inclusion from our parents, they were granted a life of freedom from theirs. If we analyze the mistakes of our past and the tools we are awarded today, we can be the most productive generation ever at filling the gaps between a torn society. We can not dishonor those before us just because we see tears being shed and blood being spilled today. Every generation has a duty to continue to fight so the next lives better than prior. I truly believe if we can raise the education level of our people, think about our culture in a more critical fashion, and have a healthy dialogue within the community; we can see improvements in the quality of life we live on this planet.

"What's your favourite hobby?" Creating ✨

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