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19.09.14 - Manchester United Training

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"And it hurts so much to want something you can’t have."
Johnny Depp (via notchantel)

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"To hell with them. Nothing hurts if you don’t let it."
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http://alishadaniels.tumblr.com/post/97877997843/anachronistic-nostalgia-i-want-young-adult →

anachronistic-nostalgia:

I want young adult novels with asexual protagonists

I want stories for teenagers that don’t treat sexual attraction and desire as universal constants, or as necessary signs of growing up

I want stories that show teenagers that sometimes coming to terms with your…

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lionofallah:

When Allah says: “Men are the qawwâmûn of women…” it means – and Allah knows best – that men are held liable for handling the affairs of women and are responsible for the women under their care. A husband, therefore, has the responsibility of taking care of his wife, protecting her, defending her honor, and fulfilling her needs regarding her religion and her worldly life. It does not mean – as all too many people have falsely assumed – that he has the right to behave obstinately towards her, compel her, subject her to his will, suppress her individuality, and thus heinously negate her identity.
His status as protector and maintainer is pure responsibility, pure liability, and not so much a position of authority. It requires from him that he uses his good sense, thinks carefully about what he does, and exercises patience. It means that he cannot be hasty and offhanded in his decisions. It does not mean that he can disregard his wife’s opinions and belittle her good person.We’re running out of men..
www.lionofAllah.com

lionofallah:

When Allah says: “Men are the qawwâmûn of women…” it means – and Allah knows best – that men are held liable for handling the affairs of women and are responsible for the women under their care. A husband, therefore, has the responsibility of taking care of his wife, protecting her, defending her honor, and fulfilling her needs regarding her religion and her worldly life. It does not mean – as all too many people have falsely assumed – that he has the right to behave obstinately towards her, compel her, subject her to his will, suppress her individuality, and thus heinously negate her identity.

His status as protector and maintainer is pure responsibility, pure liability, and not so much a position of authority. It requires from him that he uses his good sense, thinks carefully about what he does, and exercises patience. It means that he cannot be hasty and offhanded in his decisions. It does not mean that he can disregard his wife’s opinions and belittle her good person.We’re running out of men..

www.lionofAllah.com

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