"Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great." -Mark Twain #quote
Realizing who has been there for me, who hasn't and I am cutting my loses and getting rid of the small people in my life!
This is SO TRUE. some of the greatest people I've met in my life have done nothing but lift me up!
truth. Small people put you down to make themselves seem big. Great people build you up.
No small people in my life!
Need to remember this!
This is one of my favorite quotes from author Mark Twain, “Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you too can become great.” I try to surround myself with people who have big dreams and have a positive aspect …Continue Reading...
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This is just funny. :P <----- Well, obviously you don't know what it's like being an introvert, and people trying to talk to you when you need to recharge, and annoy you , just so they can talk when you don't want to! Jeez.
cool-introvert-people-hamster-ball Twice pinned because it is both Educational & Very Important <3
Dr. Carmella's Guide to Understanding the Introverted. #cool-introvert-people-hamster-ball
How to interact with introverted people cool-introvert-people-hamster-ball
cool-introvert-people-hamster-ball------this is so true! ha
Introverts unite! Or do your own thing. Or whatever.
We all start human, and we stay human, we don't become monsters, just bad people. Faith in humanity restored by these comments, dehumanization is a trap we have all gotten stuck in before.
The number one mistake anyone could ever make in history is making the assumption that only inhuman monsters are capable of doing terrible things. That's the real truth: Human Beings are scarier than any 'monsters' out there because we're all born blank slates and BECOME our legacy.
The thing that bugs me about this whole post is that is actually was 6 million Jews plus 6 million others... Why didn't the history major pick up on that one??
I just feel like everybody should read this.. human beings are scarier than any 'monsters' out there because we're all born blank slates and become our legacy
Human beings are the scariest monsters, and even the worst atrocities the world has seen were created by PEOPLE. People with mothers and fathers and children and pets and they are HUMANS doing horrible things.
The sad part was even if he did horrible things he was also a crack addict and a few other things. Not saying why he did wasnt horrible just saying he was a human being and turned into that
Religion and War and Human Monsters..no blank slate, but nature and nurture combined
Be nice to ugly girls <- not feminism, but to the person who wrote this. You are ignorant beyond belief. "Be nice to ugly girls". They aren't even ugly, and guess what. They never lived to be a good sight for you.
Be nice to ugly girls because they might achieve Zooey Deschanel and Rashida Jones level hotness. Most of us start out akward....
Awkward stages are the great equalizer! "Be nice to the ugly ones" Zooey Deschanel & Rashida Jones
Be nice to ugly girls because they might achieve Zooey Deschanel and Rashida Jones level hotness.
Be nice to ugly girls although i still dont think rashida jones is very attractive.
Be nice to "ugly" girls. I was such an ugly duckling when I was little lol
Be nice to ugly girls... everyone has that ugly duckling faze! !
Be nice to ugly girls. Ugly ducklings often become swans!
Be nice to the ugly girls, they peak after high school.
Stop Making Stupid People Famous [street art] - not sure how I feel about calling anyone stupid, but I wish we made people who were more socially relevant famous. Scientists, humanitarians, etc.
Street Artist...Plastic Jesus I am reposting this because I discovered this phrase is being sprayed all of LA by a street artist by the name of Plastic Jesus. He did this massive 'Stop making stupid people famous' leading up to a stop sign on the street somewhere in LA. It's massive. I'll post a pic of it up.
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[Stop Making Stupid People Famous] -- graffiti / street art -- All I can say is "Amen!"
Stop making stupid people famous. .......not a silly sign.....a true one
Street Art making sense. graffiti. Stop Making Stupid People Famous !!!
• COMMANDMENTS • ◦ Stop Making Stupid People Famous ◦ So true!
I agree with this so much that my insides just burst...: People Famous, Stupidpeople, Quotes, Truth, Street Art, Funny, Stupid People
Faith In Humanity Restored ; I love this .. knowing there are still good people out there gives me hope
Faith Restored In Humanity. Be humbled, learn grace, be selfless and reach out and offer those who've helped you a hug, someone unknown passes along and changes your life for the better- Pay It Forward. If we all paid even one act of kindness forward this world might once again be whole.
Faith restored in humanity. this shows us that there are still good people out there. that there is still hope
Faith restored in humanity. This is the most beautiful thing. Ever.
My heart just is so full reading this. Amazing Amazing People.
Faith In Humanity Restored – Beautiful acts of kindness
Faith In Humanity Restored..FAITH RESTORED! ROCK ON :)
British Suffragette selling the Votes for Women, London, 1910. We women must always be thankful to the women who went before us.
U.K. British Suffragette selling the Votes for Women, London, 1910 #history #womenrights #suffragetts #genderequality
Trafalgar Square. London 1910. Image courtesy of Leonard Bentley. British Suffragette selling the Votes for Women. Creative Commons : some rights reserved
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Journée des Droits de la Femme, suffragett means a woman who fought for womens right to vote
The term "suffragette" is particularly associated with activists in the British women's suffrage movement in the early 20th century, whose demonstrations included chaining themselves to railings and setting fire to mailbox contents. One woman, Emily Davison, died while trying to throw a suffrage banner over the King's horse at the Epsom Derby on 5 June 1913. Many suffragettes were imprisoned in Holloway Prison in London, and were force-fed after going on hunger strike
The original Girl Power. Suffragette selling the Votes for Women, London, 1910
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It is the July of 1906 and you are looking at the school athletic ground. The picture I think perfectly conveys that image of mid Edwardian Britain. On the surface the country seems at ease with itself, the weather that year was good and from August through to September we experienced a heat wave. Of course the realities were a little different. There was a European arms race, a growing mistrust of the military and imperialist ambitions of Germany and at home the simmering class conflict which was about to break out into a period of industrial unrest. http://chorltonhistory.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/Story%20of%20a%20strike%20and%20of%20strikes%20yet%20to%20come 1906 was also the year that the Woman’s Social and Political Union stepped up their campaign for an extension of the vote to women. And with hindsight we know that this peaceful scene will itself be changed dramatically by the Great War.* But I want to finish by returning to the suffragettes, and in particular to Ada Chew, who chose not to chain herself to street railings, break the windows of politicians or end up in prison being forced fed. She was not a suffragette, choosing instead to campaign within the labour movement for the vote. Born in 1870, while working in a clothes factory in her 20s she was sacked for writing articles to the local newspaper criticising working conditions. From there she became active in the Independent Labour Party and in 1896 toured the north east of England in the Clarion Van arguing the case for socialism. And during the next two decades continued to be active in the labour movement as an organiser for the Women’s Trade Union League and then from 1911 to 1914 for the National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies. This was the body which the WSPU had broken with over the issue of militant action and of course it is the WSPU which often features in the history books. But the National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies was no mild debating group. In 1912 it established the Elections Fighting Fund Committee (EFF) headed by Catherine Marshall which intervened in four by-elections campaigning for the Labour Party against Government candidates. Labour had committed itself to opposing any franchaise bill which did not include votes for women and while the Party failed to win any of the four elections the Liberals lost two. It would be nice to think that in that summer of 1906 some of the people captured on our photograph were already moved by the issue of votes for women. Of course we will never know. Pictures; the Athletic ground from the Lloyd collection and British suffragette with a poster, giving out newspapers from the Pankhurst Society web site http://www.thepankhurstcentre.org.uk/museum/suffragette-history *stories of Chorlton during the Great War can be read at http://chorltonhistory.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/Chorlton%20and%20the%20Great%20War