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#Reflections of, the way #life used to be! - #Oist 1667640824606624440

#reflectionsof, the way #lifeused to be! - #oistinsis one of those places that seems to be #frozenin time - along with the amazing #local#streetfoodand #fresh#fish,#culture ,#traditionand #historyare served up #daily! #barbados#islandlife#goodeats#instatravel

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It's about redirecting...Evading...And actually1667640801041147914
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It's about redirecting...Evading...And actually caring about the walfare of your #opponent ,So you have to #careabout yourself...You don't have to #believeyour life is #precious , that all life is precious!You have to #redirectthose #thoughts ,the #historythat tells you otherwise..."What we've done, we've done"We evading it by moving #forward ,With a #codeto #neverdo it #again , to make up for it, to still accept what we were, to accept #everyone ,to #protecteveryone.. And in doing that, protect yourself to create #peace...#walkingdead #aikido #sunset #karaj #iran

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Learning about tragedies at university is one thin 1667640788022409369
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Learning about tragedies at university is one thing, but meeting the people affected and seeing the scars it left is another. Cambodia is a beautiful country and all that it has suffered should not be forgotten. It's been nearly 3 years since my visit to Choeung Ek and Tuol Sleng - this year I'm completing my dissertation on the impact of the Cambodian Genocide •••••#history#student#dissertation#cambodia#university#travel#research#learn#remember#london

The more you know! Did you know the argyle pattern 1667640649720288919

The more you know! Did you know the argyle pattern is the tartan of Clan Campbell in Argyle, a historic county of western Scotland? Likely all our plaids and commonplace patterns in America had meaning and still do back in our ancestral homelands. A lot of Scotland's symbols have been usurped by racist groups such as the KKK and others. The more we are aware of these things, the more will understand cultural appropriation of people of color in America and why it's important to listen openly, and have discussion and dialogue about it.#scottishancestry#celticgirl#argyle#culturalappropriation#history#socialjustice#socialworkstudent#wiccanwoman

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Prince Arbanj

I see things#differently#story#history#jamaica 1667640534770081034
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