Anonymous asked: Are you okay? I'm sorry that you're feeling this way. Please be kind to yourself.
I’m dandy thanks for asking
My life is so fucking shit right now never been this bad I’m fucking tiiirreeeddd of this bullshit on top of it all I can’t even write in my fucking diary without being paranoid that it’ll be read
E v e r y t h i n g
I’m tired and Im emotionally sore from every person existing my life I have random bursts of tears that are so uncontrolled and out of no where
I don’t want to fucking hurt anymore
My father is the definition of psychopath. I don’t even care that its about my father because he has fucked me over so many fucking time emotionally and literally ruined my fucking life, when I will never in h life forgive him for treating me like he did in the past 4 years, I’m fucking getting out of this shit hole in 35 fucking days when Im legal and he can’t fucking do anything about it
I’m so fucking numb to life and feelin any type of trust because its been ripped apart from me every time I’ve trusted anything/anyone
Go fuck yourself
You’re literally a psychopath and even the people I associate myself with and even admin at school and my boss know you’re fucking crazy because of the shit you pull
I will never in my life forgive you
I don’t know man, it makes me uneasy when I see a Muslim guy be so open about partying/drinking/all over females one week and then engaged to a Muslimah (usually with hijab) the next. Not sure how that all works while watching brothers who care about their reputation struggle to get engaged/married.
hey guys, good luck on your final assignments, papers, and exams. i hope you all do brilliantly, and you all excel with absolute greatness. i know it’s a tough and exhausting period, but make sure to take a break to eat and drink some water. also make sure to focus hard and i hope you all pass this semester with flying colours. good luck! xo.
In March 1993, photographer Kevin Carter made a trip to southern Sudan, where he took now iconic photo of a vulture preying upon an emaciated Sudanese toddler near the village of Ayod. Carter said he waited about 20 minutes, hoping that the vulture would spread its wings. It didn’t. Carter snapped the haunting photograph and chased the vulture away. (The parents of the girl were busy taking food from the same UN plane Carter took to Ayod).
The photograph was sold to The New York Times where it appeared for the first time on March 26, 1993 as ‘metaphor for Africa’s despair’. Practically overnight hundreds of people contacted the newspaper to ask whether the child had survived, leading the newspaper to run an unusual special editor’s note saying the girl had enough strength to walk away from the vulture, but that her ultimate fate was unknown. Journalists in the Sudan were told not to touch the famine victims, because of the risk of transmitting disease, but Carter came under criticism for not helping the girl. ”The man adjusting his lens to take just the right frame of her suffering might just as well be a predator, another vulture on the scene,”
Carter eventually won the Pulitzer Prize for this photo, but he couldn’t enjoy it. “I’m really, really sorry I didn’t pick the child up,” he confided in a friend. Consumed with the violence he’d witnessed, and haunted by the questions as to the little girl’s fate, he committed suicide three months later.