They take my money in time of need.

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I hope there are days when you fall in love with being alive.
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March 25th marks the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade.

It’s estimated that over 12.5 million men, women and children were forcibly transported over a period of four centuries as part of the Transatlantic Slave Trade.

Those who survived the journey across the Middle Passage awaited a harsh reality of backbreaking labor in the New World.

Revisit America’s  Africa’s arduous journey through slavery with PBS.

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Happy Sabbath Friends!

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Happy sabbath!:D

What’s up with “allegedly,” “apparently,” and “supposedly”?


Hallo, und danke. (^-^*)/

So far, so good?

Lastly, if you hear that something is supposedly (believed or reputed to be the case) going to happen, it may or may not occur. ”Supposedly” is close in meaning to “purportedly.” 

When we add supposedly to a sentence, it means we aren’t sure. For instance, if a fan site tweets that a singer is supposedly dating a certain TV personality, it isn’t official: it might just be gossip or speculation.

God forbid
a woman be more
than her
Michelle K., Angry Women and Diet Commercials. (via lovely—delight)

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إذا تم العقل نقص الكلام
The smarter you get the less you speak
Arabic Proverb (via wanduring)

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