Peace be upon you


Roses are red by (kantorka)

Roses are red by (kantorka)

humansofnewyork:

"I’d had five operations on my uterus, and after the last one, the doctor sat me down and told me that I would never have a child. He scheduled a surgery to have my uterus completely removed. I wanted a baby so much, so it was almost like hearing that my life was over. One week later, I started feeling strange. I started craving bread and falling asleep early, but I’ve always had problems with my hormone levels, so I thought it was nothing. My friends would joke that I was pregnant, but it was too hurtful for me to even joke about. Then after three months, I felt so bad that I had to spend a day in bed, and after that my friend drove me to the pharmacy and forced me to take a pregnancy test. I came home and laid the test on the counter without even looking at it. I didn’t want to be let down again. Then right before I went to bed, I finally looked, and there it was. After all these years, I still have that test. One month before they were going to remove my uterus, I’d finally gotten pregnant."
(Mexico City, Mexico)

humansofnewyork:

"I’d had five operations on my uterus, and after the last one, the doctor sat me down and told me that I would never have a child. He scheduled a surgery to have my uterus completely removed. I wanted a baby so much, so it was almost like hearing that my life was over. One week later, I started feeling strange. I started craving bread and falling asleep early, but I’ve always had problems with my hormone levels, so I thought it was nothing. My friends would joke that I was pregnant, but it was too hurtful for me to even joke about. Then after three months, I felt so bad that I had to spend a day in bed, and after that my friend drove me to the pharmacy and forced me to take a pregnancy test. I came home and laid the test on the counter without even looking at it. I didn’t want to be let down again. Then right before I went to bed, I finally looked, and there it was. After all these years, I still have that test. One month before they were going to remove my uterus, I’d finally gotten pregnant."

(Mexico City, Mexico)

“I love the rain. I love how it softens the outlines of things. The world becomes softly blurred, and I feel like I melt right into it.”

– Hanamoto Hagumi, Honey and Clover  (via 5feetoffury)

“Sometimes you meet someone, and it’s so clear that the two of you, on some level belong together. As lovers, or as friends, or as family, or as something entirely different. You just work, whether you understand one another or you’re in love or you’re partners in crime. You meet these people throughout your life, out of nowhere, under the strangest circumstances, and they help you feel alive. I don’t know if that makes me believe in coincidence, or fate, or sheer blind luck, but it definitely makes me believe in something.”

– (via vercmisa)

“…She believed in me when all others disbelieved; she held me truthful when others called me a liar; she sheltered me when others abandoned me; she comforted me when others shunned me; and Allah granted me children by her while depriving me of children by other women….”

The Prophet Muhammad (sawa) said about Sayeda Khadijah (sa)

“Do it or don’t do it — you will regret both.”

Søren Kierkegaard, from Either/Or (via rapunzul)

angel-cine:

Sharmilee (1971)

angel-cine:

Sharmilee (1971)

billiondollarbaby:

I can’t wait for winter because that’s when all mosquitoes die and go to hell where they belong

englishsnow:

 Joana kingwell

boqor:

You know those people you can share silence w comfortably. I appreciate those kinda people man.

الغروب قبل قليل على شاطئ بحر مدينة غزة 
Shortly before sunset on the shore of the Sea of ​​Gaza City

الغروب قبل قليل على شاطئ بحر مدينة غزة 

Shortly before sunset on the shore of the Sea of ​​Gaza City

medschoolapplicant:

Today I’m wearing a nice dark shade of exhaustion under my eyes.