Why women are the real power behind social media [infographic]

Inside of the meditation room of the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge, above the altar sits this mural of words of encouragement and support. It reminded me of my own wall of motivation so I took a picture of it. You are the sum of your environment folks…

Inside of the meditation room of the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge, above the altar sits this mural of words of encouragement and support. It reminded me of my own wall of motivation so I took a picture of it. You are the sum of your environment folks…

williamsyms:

nynyesha:

Believe in yourselves. Dream. Try. Do good.

Get me teary every time

Cause I felt like I was 13 again when I saw this

fastcompany:

 At a private dinner after Fast Company’s Innovation Uncensored conference last night, Pharrell talked about how he got involved with Bionic Yarn, which turns waste plastic into material for clothing. A pair of jeans reuses seven water bottles worth of plastic. A hoodie uses 12. Pharrell said he was partly inspired by a rant from right-wing pundit Rush Limbaugh, who accused Pharrell of being a hypocrite for playing an Earth Day celebration while enjoying private flights and fast cars. “I’m like, ‘Why is he attacking me? What did I do?’ But if I look at what he was saying, if I look at the criticism, it’s like, well, yeah, okay, my carbon footprint is probably off the charts, so let me involve myself with something that will give me sort of like a balance.” With Bionic Yarn he subsequently landed deals with large corporate partners to make fabric from the recycled material. “That was so I could rest at night. I took a private flight, okay, but we just did this huge collaboration, and we did all of the denim for two weeks for Gap in Japan…. It was kind of like, alright, Rush.”

Photos by Nicky Digital!

I said look, every other place you’re having a Super Bowl in a city. Here’s you’re having a Super Bowl in a culture
James Carville (1/16/2013) 

The Fresh Prince Interview & Freestyle with Tim Westwood, Circa 1989

January 15, 1929: Martin Luther King, Jr. is born.

Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.

uniquetechnique:

thehommeteam:

allahthegod:

Bless.

Praise lawd.

Amen.

uniquetechnique:

thehommeteam:

allahthegod:

Bless.

Praise lawd.

Amen.