fbcsambitions-deactivated201204 asked: everything ok at your end?
By God’s grace it is.Hope everything is also peaceful on your end :).
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fbcsambitions-deactivated201204 asked: where the fuck have you been?
:D Nah nah!better question,where the f**k have you been Joseph?
I Will Always Love You For The Role You Played
If it weren’t for her songs during those weird depressing teen years,I think my young heart would have caused my young mind to destroy itself like many teens today who often never know where to turn when in pain.Her voice was a mother to ones emotions; it cuddled, sometimes, rocked it to sleep. When people speak of music that can help heel spiritual wounds, Whitney’s name will come to rest on their lips.
I for one am glad I went through my mother’s CD collection that winter night in high school, because I discovered a priceless treasure that will lead me to question many crap that are considered music today.I don’t want to believe that you’re gone, but that would make me a fool to be in denial -_-!Rest in perfect peace with the heavenly Father now Nippy (love that nickname).You’ll be missed,but never forgotten.My generation will surely hear of you <3
There is not one righteous man on earth who does what is right and never sins. Do not pay attention to everything people say, or you may hear your servants cursing you; for you know in your hearts that many times you yourself have cursed others”.
Dear Whitney Elizabeth (Nippy) Houston,
Found out yesterday that you were a funny loud mouth through childhood to adulthood.I knew there was a reason I loved you for more than just your music <3
A good name is better than fine perfume and the day of death better than the day of birth. It is better to go to a house of mourning, than to go to a house of feasting, for death is the destiny of every man. The living should take this to the heart”.
Going down in Toronto tomorrow night. Everyone in town should come out.
Harbourfront Center, 235 Queens Quay West at the Brigantine Room.
There’s nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you.We are all meant to shine,as children do. We are born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us.It is not just in some of us;it’s in Everyone”.
Though hyper-aware in keeping with his gumshoe predecessor, Sherlock Holmes, Elba’s sleuth is by no means as reserved. He’s prone to head bashings and unpredictable table-flippings. In many ways, he’s the polar opposite of Stringer Bell, the methodical, stoic drug dealer Elba played for three seasons on HBO’s groundbreaking urban saga, The Wire. Then again, the London-born actor is fond of exploring new roles. Most people, he admits, are surprised when they discover his imposing 6’2” frame manning the decks at a local club, spinning the latest house thumpers under one of his many musical monikers. He also does some singing, crooning seductive island R&B under the name Driis. Is the man who just wrapped production on Prometheus, Ridley Scott’s Alien prequel, worried that audiences might dismiss these ventures as yet another celebrity vanity project? “There’s definitely the possibility that I’ll be pegged as that guy,” he says. “So I do everything in my power to not be him. If it happens, I’ll take it with a grain of salt.”
Sankofa can mean either the word in the Akan language of Ghana that translates in English to “go back and take” (Sanko - go back, fa- take) or the Asante Adinkra symbols of a a bird with its head turned backwards taking an egg off its back, or of a stylised heart shape. It is often associated with the proverb, “Se wo were fi na wosankofa a yenkyi,” which translates “It is not wrong to go back for that which you have forgotten.” - Wikipedia
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