jacksinspired:

so lets look this over

 he’s black here

 and here

 aaaaaand here

 guess who’s black

 black again

 still black

 african american

 black

 still black doe

 he’s whi- no wait still black

 b l a c k

 black ass man right here

 STILL BLACK

MICHAEL JACKSON IS AN AFRICAN AMERICAN. HE WAS BORN BLACK AND HE DIED BLACK. 

END OF STORY.

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I enjoy controlled loneliness. I like wandering around the city alone. I’m not afraid of coming back to an empty flat and lying down in an empty bed. I’m afraid of having no one to miss, of having no one to love.

Kuba Wojewodzki, Polish journalist and comedian.  (via thatkindofwoman)

(Source: painlock, via thatkindofwoman)

bethelionqueen:

sixelona:

When someone’s depressed, stating obvious comments like these are usually counter productive.

I’ve heard all of these before. And then some. People who don’t experience depression don’t understand how you can’t just ‘Be happy’. They think changing your lifestyle will help. In many cases, yes, it will. But if it were that easy depression would not be so hard to get rid of and affecting millions of people.

For many, including me, it’s a challenge to just get out of bed in the morning, weighed down by constant negative emotions. It’s not that we want to be unhappy, our brains just don’t understand the concept of ‘WOW. The world is such an extraordinary place and it’s great to be alive.’

The worst is when you’ve literally done and are still doing all of these things but you still have depression or issues that or out of your control but still effect you.

(via meanwhileinthe60s)

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