yishma-el



total posts: 118
updated: 185.1 hours ago

yishma-el
Posted: 185.1 hours ago
zengardenamaozn: Do you know these parenting skills? I think it is helpful. Recommendation.
yishma-el
Posted: 377.0 hours ago
stream: Humans, for the most part, don’t have a clue. They don’t want one or need one, either. They’re happy. They think they have a good bead on things. Men In Black (1997) | dir. Barry Sonnenfeld
yishma-el
Posted: 382.9 hours ago
zengardenamaozn: Simple tips for kids parenting skills.
yishma-el
Posted: 529.4 hours ago
philosophy-and-coffee: positive-memes: Caring community This is the kind of shit people did back in the Depression. When mortgage holds would try to sell a farm, everyone in the community showed up and strong armed any serious bidders away. They had the ‘penny auction’ tactic, where farmers would bid absurdly small amounts on farm equipment and land (while glaring intensely) until the auctioneer realized they needed to take what they were getting, or get their legs broken. This kind of stuff saved so many farms, they’d buy off 500+ dollar mortgages (which were huge amounts back then) for less than 100 dollars and give it back to the farm owners. The lesson to take away is that only direct action and community organizing can help in such dire times.
yishma-el
Posted: 674.7 hours ago
positive-memes: The finish line don’t have an expiration date
yishma-el
Posted: 734.6 hours ago
whyyoustabbedme: FOURTEEN!!! Years old!!! And 17years!!! He’s 31 and missed ALL HIS 20s He can NEVER get those back.
yishma-el
Posted: 759.7 hours ago
nitrosplicer: delotha: mineyoung-churyuu: song-of-the-moon-1025: theirisianprincess: imnotafraidofhospitals: theirisianprincess: DID HE MAKE IT?? he makes it THANK FUCKING GOD Ok I saw a rb of this with some context and I only remember like half of it so I’m also using Google I may get some of this wrong But apparently the “first errand” thing isn’t just a cute little fact about the little kid, it’s a totally real thing done in Japan to teach kids that they can like rely on the community to offer assistance if they need it. They send their kids (like 2-3 years old) out alone to perform a relatively simple errand like going to a convenience store and buying a carton of milk. (There’s even a tv show where a camera crew follows children as they accomplish this first errand.) It’s not uncommon to see kids as young as 6-7 riding the subway alone because they’ve gained this sense of independence that comes from knowing that there will be people to help out if they need it. Oh my god that’s even better As someone who grew up with a paranoid and over-protective mother, this both warms my heart and terrifies me. Here’s the tv show about First Errands!
yishma-el
Posted: 1273.2 hours ago
desiremyblack: nyshadidntbreakit: destinyrush: A hero without a cape Her name is Theresa Kachindamoto, and she is a senior chief - political leader of a region with a population of about 900,000 people. She didn’t run for election; she was appointed, without her knowledge, while she was living and working in a completely different part of the country. She just received a call one day telling her to come back to her childhood home, because she was in charge now. So she did; and when she arrived, she discovered widespread sexual abuse of children. She browbeat 50 uncooperative local leaders into accepting her decision to annul all the marriages. She then fired four of them when they continued to allow children to be married off in their areas. She still faces widespread opposition from parents who consider it their right to sexually abuse their daughters if they want to; but Kachindamoto very evidently does not give a fuck, and is continuing to use political and legal means to protect children in the region. She’s not just an anonymous do-gooder; she’s an effective political leader despite incredibly difficult circumstances. Theresa Kachindamoto. (via TumbleOn)
yishma-el
Posted: 3274.5 hours ago
legalizepublicnudity: I second this. 😎
yishma-el
Posted: 3274.8 hours ago
anyaithesaiyan: This was beautiful
yishma-el
Posted: 3274.9 hours ago
anyaithesaiyan: thelovelybones124: mrrobotico: awkwardbeatrice: melaboveall: This is a perfect example of “when the shoe is on the other foot.” That dollar sign at the top is giving me liiiiife Lmao I have that shirt. I need this shit ASAP I want to buy this
yishma-el
Posted: 3616.8 hours ago
as-per-usual: I can’t believe my celebrity lookalike is MOZART why the FUCK do i look like mozart GOD Webtoon | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter
yishma-el
Posted: 3672.4 hours ago
deathtothepineapple: gerbthenerd: burger8161: thatenglishamericangirl: elsa-everdeen: teenyweenynotepad: artemislocheia: 5sos-smut-world: thejamesboyle: caluummhood: HOLY SHIT, IT WAS THE ORIGINAL ONE MAKE A WISH the first post ever on tumblr I WAS EXPECTING IT TO BE A REMAKE OF SOME SORT HOLY FUCK WHO THE FUCK KEEPS BRINGING THIS BACK reblog this because it shows up every blue moon I FOUND IT ✊ I WAS SO SCARED IT WOULDNT BE THE ORIGINAL Who first posted this? I THOUGHT THIS WAS GOING TO END WITH A MEME OR SOME SHIT NO IT’S THE REAL ONE OH MY GOD Wishing I’ll do well on my finals ✨