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‘Too much imagination. Too much creativity. That's why dreamers don't succeed in the real world.’ they told me. ‘I know.’ I replied. But in all the worlds I've created I was free and I was alive and I was loved. And I still am. 🌼 —Juansen Dizon, confessions of a wallflower p260
‘Apologize to your body. Maybe, that's where the healing begins.’ — .
#Kayumanggi & #Morena
brown color, brown-skin (morena/moreno : feminine/masculine) [syn. kayumanggi', kulay-kape, kastanyo]
Inked in red for pain, fire and blood.
I wont ever get tired of telling my story. its my own truth. allllll my life I’ve been fighting this part of me, its a love/hate relationship. id say that even tho i was secure and confident with my self, growing up in a society where you were judged for your skin tone made me question my whole being.
I realized that there wasn’t a lot of positive words to describe me. It was always to break up this little light i had as a kid. I knew i had to grow up quick and stand up for myself. Regardless, I’m grateful that it shaped me to be the person I am today and witness how we slowly progress and #decolonize We’re getting there. Being a part of this movement is self celebration. reclaim and restore. Hello communal healing, its me ya girl ❤️
#pinay #pinayism #magandangmorenx
“Christ alone…has affirmed eternal life as the most important certainty, the infinity of time, the futility of death, the necessity and purpose of serenity and devotion. He lived serenely, as an artist greater than all other artists, scorning marble and clay and paint, working in the living flesh. In other words, this peerless artist, scarcely conceivable with the blunt instrument of our modern, nervous and obtuse brains, made neither statues nor paintings nor books. He maintained in no uncertain terms that he made … living men, immortals.” —