Egyptian-American, Coptic Orthodox teen from the Sunshine State. I blog about Egypt, Murica, Coptic Orthodoxy, and things that irritate me (I am easily irritated), anyway, I wanna make a difference and with the God's help and the internet, I may do just that.

 

I have no idea what I am doing with my life

me multiple times a day

sometimesanihilist:

If you are a man and you learn about the thousands of years of oppression against women which has culminated in truly hazardous social conditions for them in the present day, and your first reaction is “men have problems too”, then I ask you to take a moment to truly reflect on your position, and why you feel the need to make women’s struggle about you. 

We stand with the Rwandan people and are inspired by their efforts to build a brighter future for their country.

Secretary Kerry on the 20th Commemoration of the Genocide in Rwanda, April 7, 2014 (via statedept)

So the question is not whether we will be extremists, but what kind of extremists we will be. Will we be extremists for hate or for love?

Martin Luther King Jr., Letter from Birmingham Jail

Anonymous asked
HAY GURL HAYYY, im a coptic Egyptian too! I happen to live in Australia though...just curious, planning on going to Egypt any time soon or are you waiting for the situation to calm down a bit?

Hello! My fam is hoping to go this summer. It is still a mess, but it is getting better. 

Thought of the Day

newstfionline:

"It is often easier to fight for principles than to live up to them."—Adlai Stevenson II

gradientlair:

"Piñata," an incredible poem about rape and rape culture. Spoken by Pages Matam. I appreciate this passion and truth on literally the most painful thing for me to think about and literally the most excused, the most unreported violence, ever. This stand he took here? EVERYTHING. 

(Source: emoticon1234)