Monday, July 21, 2014
Inner truth:: when the world becomes too much to handle, stop trying to “handle” it all.

 Zoom in on who & what matters. Good morning. :)

Inner truth:: when the world becomes too much to handle, stop trying to “handle” it all.

Zoom in on who & what matters. Good morning. :)

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Friday, June 6, 2014
Don’t get a job. Get a life.

Don’t get a job. Get a life.

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Wednesday, June 4, 2014
That’s real.

That’s real.

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Tuesday, June 3, 2014
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Monday, June 2, 2014
I’ve blocked these basics so far out of my business and they still try to put together bits & pieces to define me.

Ha.. silly asses.

I’ve blocked these basics so far out of my business and they still try to put together bits & pieces to define me.

Ha.. silly asses.

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Sunday, June 1, 2014
That settles it. #gaveldown #caseclosed

That settles it. #gaveldown #caseclosed

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Wow! They look like a legit fam. Somewhere out there in an alternate dimension… LOL

Wow! They look like a legit fam. Somewhere out there in an alternate dimension… LOL

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Just that simple… It’s not pride. It’s not shame. It’s THIS.

Just that simple… It’s not pride. It’s not shame. It’s THIS.

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Lol… eww. Christian men turn me off.

Lol… eww. Christian men turn me off.

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Saturday, May 31, 2014
By @meka9575 “Malisha Blyden had never seen the person she was convicted of trying to kill.
Because of a misdialed phone number, she was convicted and sentenced to 40 years behind bars.
Now, Blyden has been exonerated, talk about justice long denied.
“If you’re innocent don’t give up, just keep fighting!” said Malisha Blyden, wrongfully convicted.
Malisha Blyden was innocent from the very beginning.
She and her girlfriend were taken into custody by transit officers in Union Square who accused them of playing loud music.
Officers quickly learned that Malisha’s girlfriend was wanted for questioning in connection with an unsolved home invasion in the Bronx.
Apparently Malisha’s girlfriend’s father’s cellphone number was found in the phone records of the victim of the home invasion.
Since Bronx detectives were looking for two female accomplices, they thought they’d solved the case.
“I told them over and over again that it wasn’t me,” Blyden said.
But Malisha was arrested and charged with robbery and attempted murder after her girlfriend inexplicably confessed to the crime.
Witnesses later identified Malisha after being shown a single photograph and not a lineup.
“There was no forensic evidence, no fingerprint evidence,” said Julia Kuan, Malisha’s attorney.
Civil rights attorney Julia Kuan says it’s outrageous.
“These detectives gave this information, fed this information to these witnesses,” Kuan said, “They just cared about closing a case and they broke every rule in the book to do so.”
Malisha was convicted and sentenced to 40 years in prison. She was released last month after serving just over seven years.
Malisha’s legal team had located the actual suspects who later confessed.
“I didn’t know how long it was going to take, but I knew I was going home. I had faith, I never gave up, because I didn’t do it, I’m innocent,” Blyden said.” via @PhotoRepost_app

By @meka9575 “Malisha Blyden had never seen the person she was convicted of trying to kill.
Because of a misdialed phone number, she was convicted and sentenced to 40 years behind bars.
Now, Blyden has been exonerated, talk about justice long denied.
“If you’re innocent don’t give up, just keep fighting!” said Malisha Blyden, wrongfully convicted.
Malisha Blyden was innocent from the very beginning.
She and her girlfriend were taken into custody by transit officers in Union Square who accused them of playing loud music.
Officers quickly learned that Malisha’s girlfriend was wanted for questioning in connection with an unsolved home invasion in the Bronx.
Apparently Malisha’s girlfriend’s father’s cellphone number was found in the phone records of the victim of the home invasion.
Since Bronx detectives were looking for two female accomplices, they thought they’d solved the case.
“I told them over and over again that it wasn’t me,” Blyden said.
But Malisha was arrested and charged with robbery and attempted murder after her girlfriend inexplicably confessed to the crime.
Witnesses later identified Malisha after being shown a single photograph and not a lineup.
“There was no forensic evidence, no fingerprint evidence,” said Julia Kuan, Malisha’s attorney.
Civil rights attorney Julia Kuan says it’s outrageous.
“These detectives gave this information, fed this information to these witnesses,” Kuan said, “They just cared about closing a case and they broke every rule in the book to do so.”
Malisha was convicted and sentenced to 40 years in prison. She was released last month after serving just over seven years.
Malisha’s legal team had located the actual suspects who later confessed.
“I didn’t know how long it was going to take, but I knew I was going home. I had faith, I never gave up, because I didn’t do it, I’m innocent,” Blyden said.” via @PhotoRepost_app

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Beauty has a name!

Beauty has a name!

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Thursday, May 29, 2014
It means everything to me.

It means everything to me.

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Well, well, look what we have here… At the Goodwill in Valdosta, GA.

I left it right there lol #goDolphins

Well, well, look what we have here… At the Goodwill in Valdosta, GA.

I left it right there lol #goDolphins

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Wednesday, May 28, 2014
I was in the 5th grade when I read ‘I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.’ And I never forgot how it made me feel. I knew it was a true story. So in my young mind, she became someone I cared about and someone to model my life after because she went through SO much & still came out with a heart of gold.

Today’s a sad day.. #RIP #beautifulsoul #MotherMaya #wordmaster #storyteller #activist #organizer #peacemaker #lyricist #poet #artist #literarygenius #JimCrowsurvivor #graciousspeaker #noblewoman #strongspirit #absorbedenergy

I was in the 5th grade when I read ‘I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.’ And I never forgot how it made me feel. I knew it was a true story. So in my young mind, she became someone I cared about and someone to model my life after because she went through SO much & still came out with a heart of gold.

Today’s a sad day.. #RIP #beautifulsoul #MotherMaya #wordmaster #storyteller #activist #organizer #peacemaker #lyricist #poet #artist #literarygenius #JimCrowsurvivor #graciousspeaker #noblewoman #strongspirit #absorbedenergy

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#restinpeace love.

#restinpeace love.

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