Anonymous said: how do some people get so many notes on selfies?
all you have to do is be white average know how to hide certain parts of your face (or show certain parts….put on that jock strap henni…) be an asian girl doing anything fetish bloggers will find you but really its just easiest to be white average with possibly light colored eyes thats like 5000 notes easy
Anonymous said: He (God) specifically addresses women when "He asks them not to show off their adornment, except that which is apparent, and draw their veils over their bodies." Choosing to do the opposite means that you are not muslim. Maybe you should reconsider your decision and become a shia instead.. Their women are careless like you.
Simply by choosing not to wear a veil over my head, am I “showing off my adornment”? I don’t see why you’re being so critical to the point where you are making assumptions about my character? Modesty can be achieved through different mediums even without wearing a hijab. Wearing a hijab isn’t what makes you a Muslim.. It’s our belief in one God, his prophets, and Islamic teachings that make us better people. I know that I have a lot more to learn about the teachings of Islam but I am almost 100% positive that Islam does not encourage putting down others and their own moral values.. Especially other Muslims.
"Ola Orekunrin was studying to become a doctor in the UK a few years ago when her younger sister fell seriously ill while traveling in Nigeria. The 12-year-old girl, who’d gone to the West African country on holiday with relatives, needed urgent care but the nearest hospital couldn’t deal with her condition.
Orekunrin and her family immediately began looking for an air ambulance service to rapidly transport the girl, a sickle cell anemia sufferer, to a more suitable healthcare facility. They searched all across West Africa but were stunned to find out there was none in the whole region.
"The nearest one at the time was in South Africa," remembers Orekunrin. "They had a 12-hour activation time so by the time they were ready to activate, my sister was dead." (Cnn.com)
Orekunrin did the latter. Motivated by the tragic death of her sister, the young doctor decided to leave behind a high-flying job in the UK to take to the Nigerian skies and address the vital issue of urgent healthcare in Africa’s most populous country.
Flying helicopters, speaking Japanese
At 27, there isn’t much Orekunrin hasn’t achieved.
She is England’s Youngest Doctor.
Born in London, she grew up in a foster home in the charming seaside town of Lowestoft in the south-east of England.
Aged 21, Orekunrin had already graduated from the University of York as a qualified doctor. She was then awarded the MEXT Japanese Government Scholarship and moved to Japan to conduct research in the field of regenerative medicine.
After moving back to Europe the young doctor looked set for a promising career in medicine in the UK. But her desire to improve healthcare services in West Africa brought her back to her roots.
Orekunrin quit her job, sold her assets and went on to study evacuation models and air ambulance services in other developing countries before launching her ambitious venture, which enables her to combine her “deep love for medicine and Africa” with her growing passion for flying — Orekunrin is also a also a trainee helicopter pilot.” (CNN.COM)
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The things I want on my dash.
Africa’s Nigeria is currently one of the most populous countries on earth and, as China’s population shrinks and India plateaus, Nigeria will reach nearly 1 billion people by 2100 and come close to surpassing China. This is pretty amazing considering the country is about the size of Texas. Nigeria is set for one of the biggest population booms in world history and it’s expected to increase by a factor of eight in just two or three generations.