Tag Archives: Religion and Spirituality

WOW! Happy New Year Everyone, yes, yes, let the games begin.

5-2014-new-year-greeting-cardGood things to Each of You !!!

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God Bless America: Land that I Love.

home of the braveThanks to Every Service Person this Veteran’s Day

God Bless America” is an American patriotic song written by Irving Berlin in 1918 and revised by him in 1938. The later version has notably been recorded by Kate Smith, becoming her signature song.

“God Bless America” takes the form of a prayer (intro lyrics “as we raise our voices, in a solemn prayer”) for God’s blessing and peace for the nation (“…stand beside her and guide her through the night…”). – – read MORE

LOL WTF …is wrong with People? Sheesh.

©ourtesy of Michael Patterson on FB

Some Comments on FB:

MP: WTF, cannot tell her that she is not lovely ….. OMG ….. Unbelievable ….. She has to be a shockwave without any makeup on that Rock-Face ….. This is the true meaning of a BRICK ….. Lol

MP: Darling there is nothing F I E R C E about that face ….. For example I bet you if this bitch falls of the tallest building in the WORLD ….. Her Face would still be intact ….. That’s how HARD she looks ….. The fish run out of the water when they see her coming in ….. Trust LOL !

MP: It must take her a year to paint her face just to go out for one night of fun. Who would be caught with her on there arm …..WTF I’m reading DOWN ….. This photo is GRAND PRIZE Lol !!

MP: That line from the movie The Heiress in the end …… How could you be so cruel …… She say’s something of this natural ….. Of course I can be very cruel …..  WTF, I’ve been taught by masters Lol !!

*Likeness of Amanda Lepore

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Women of Colors: Covered with Revealing Beauty

©ourtesy of hijabeng reblogged realfakescientist:

*Here you have various WoC (women of colour) wearing their traditional, religious and cultural head-coverings. Please try and persuade me that all these women, from various continents are oppressed because they choose to wear traditional/religious/cultural garments

As a woman of color, I preserve the right to wear my garments religiously and culturally. I will not take off my headscarf or any form of head covering because your ignorance has let you to believe that I am ‘oppressed’. I will wear my culture and religion with pride, and shouldn’t have to be afraid I will face discrimination because of your lack of knowledge of my culture or religion. :: Source: prettyindian

Vintage Humphrey Bogart Poster

©ourtesy of BOB-O-RAMA

Easter Sunday in Harlem by Wegee

©ourtesy of That Kellie Girl

Freedom Friday: The Easter Edition

© International Center of Photography

Happy Good Friday Everyone!

So you know ThatKellieGirl is getting her Easter bonnet ready for Resurrection Sunday!  Coming from a long line of women who have donned Easter hats, I shouldn’t have been suprised when I became hooked on Easter hats last year !   It was the first time I wore a Easter hat so I wore the traditional Easter hat with – –   Read more…

WHAT HUNGER GAMES DISTRICT HAS THE BEST FENG SHUI?

©ourtesy of  Feng Shui By Fishgirl

On the surface, in popular novel and now movie “The Hunger Games” it appears that The Capitol has the best feng shui of all the “Districts”. Why? The people are prosperous, the buildings magnificent, the technology and fashions cutting edge. People living here are not wanting for material goods and pleasures. District 12 (where heroine Katniss Everdeen grew up) is surrounded by lush forest. – – Read more…

Who or What gave YOU the Power to Judge ANYONE?

“..Your knowledge is limited, your years are few, your wit is questionable and your candor is un-invited, so why do you judge me? You don’t have the capacity. Rendering such Powers would require credentials similar to GOD. You-Are-Not-God ..you just think You are. I take Pity.”

Something Unspeakably Awful

Artwork by ©joseph donald myers  – – [ The Grand Underbelly ]

FILED UNDER: Photo-psycho Manipulatory Visions

Goddess KALI – Veeramakaliamman Temple, Singapore

©Richard Tulloch’s LIFE ON THE ROAD

Kali only does this sort of thing to people who've been very bad. My favourite Hindu god is Ganesha, the one with the elephant head, the god of wisdom, patron of arts and sciences and the Remover of Obstacles. He’s the god we non-Hindus all recognise, but I didn’t know much about him until my guide Charlotte took me into the Veeramakaliamman Temple in Singapore. I like him even better now, though I’m not so keen on Kali, who eats people’s entrails and seems … Kali only does this sort of thing to people who’ve been very bad. My favourite Hindu god is Ganesha, the one with the elephant head, the god of wisdom, patron of arts and sciences and the Remover of Obstacles. He’s the god we non-Hindus all recognise, but I didn’t know much about him until my guide Charlotte took me into the Veeramakaliamman Temple in Singapore. I like him even better now, though I’m not so keen on Kali, who eats people’s entrails and seems …  – – Read more