It is not your job to manage how other people can handle you. It is not your job to make sure that people can digest your greatness and that you your light isn’t shining so brightly that it is blinding others. That’s not your job. Your job is to let your light shine brightly. Your job is to be obedient to your calling. Your job is to be so committed to the luminary light in you that when you allow your light to shine bright it illuminates the next person’s darkness.
—  Lisa Nichols
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4 Must See Documentary Videos On Black History: Lost Kingdoms Of Africa- Not Just Egypt, Pharaohs & Pyramids!
Just as Black history is more than just slavery; it is also more than only Egyptian history. Therefore this BBC documentary, by Historian Gus Casely-Hayford is essential viewing about the history o…

​How many people will share this???????? “The media doesn’t tell us about when we were kings and queens” Actually, the BBC made a whole series about the many kingdoms of Africa… Sadly, some people never heard about it and some people just didn’t bother to watch it. I have put the 4 documentaries in this one post. No excuses. If you want fact checked knowledge watch. If you want other people to be aware of this click share. If not stop complaining. I will find the other series if enough people share this link- otherwise i won’t waste my time again. Enjoy

10 Myths About Autistic Adults

1 in 68 children in the US has autism spectrum disorder according to the CDC. But what happens when those children grow up? They will join millions of autistic adults who are usually ignored and sometimes spoken about in crude, whispered stereotypes.

By learning about and sharing these common myths, you’re helping to end the stigma that autistic people face daily. Thank you.

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10 easy ways to use less plastic and help marine life

Originally posted by nowthisnews

🌱  Avoid buying items packaged in plastic.

🌱  Use cloth shopping bags.

🌱  Skip bottled water and carry a reusable canteen.

🌱  Look for creative, eco-friendly ideas to reuse your plastics, it’s fun!

🌱  Bring a reusable mug when you order coffee.

🌱  Say, “No straw, please!” (straws are among the most common types of plastic garbage found on beaches).

🌱  Wear clothing made of natural, not synthetic, materials (polyester clothing sheds microplastics when laundered).

🌱  If you must use disposable tableware, get the compostable kind.

🌱  Don’t just discard electronics. Aim to repair them, sell gadgets and computer parts, or find a facility at which you can turn them in for recycling. 

🌱  Bring your own container for takeout and leftovers.