Jose David Diaz, Nov. 4 1991. Rastafari from the Ghetto Youth Camp of Camden, New Jersey.
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I think when you start treating your workouts like a therapy session it makes them a lot more effective and a part of your day you look forward to. Take all your stress out and release all your anger in that time. You’ll feel so much better afterwards. Physically and mentally.

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afro-dominicano:

I really want an environmental revolution to happen soon. Gardens everywhere, herbal wisdom flourishing, intelligent environmental policies, aggressive fighting for plants, straying away from reliance on shady food industries and growing our own to help our own and nurture our own, we see everything, how it’s made and who it goes to cause it’s ours typa shit. I really want this.

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New poster for my room

im so chill im practically dead

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my marijuana don’t want none unless you got blunts hun

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"If a man is called to be a street sweeper, he should sweep streets even as a Michael Angelo painted, or Beethoven composed music or Shakespeare wrote poetry. He should sweep streets so well that all the hosts of heaven and earth will pause to say, ‘Here lived a great street sweeper who did his job well.’"

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In the ancient myths associated with the gods and Shiva, long before the creation of the universe, the devas or gods, churned a cosmic ocean in order to obtain Amrita (elixir of life) for attaining immortality. It is said that Marijuana plants grew at all places where the nectar dropped or touched the earth. In one of the myths, Shiva reinvigorated himself in the heat of the sunlight by consuming leaves of the Marijuana plants. He is also said to have adopted the plant as a part of his favorite diet & is therefore often called “Lord of Bhang.”

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interesting!!! yes cannabis is sacred