Anne Frank was just 13 years old when she started writing in her diary. For the next 2 years, Anne documented everything from her first kiss to the persecution she and her family faced while in hiding. Her story is one of love, faith, and hope for a better world.
Freedom, I call to you, pass through the games of pain ,lust, working to you drop. I ask you to stay close to me so that your life has waves of plenty yet freedom to be your true self in having faith in myself. The energy you live among now is that of confusion for you look for ways to survive, sell your soul to others for gain of some sort, you exploit those who at your mercy, man , women and children suffer. You look for larger ways to destroy yourself . I see the tears of the innocent children , as they stand over there dead friends and look to there parents for answers. The rulers of this vibration are attracting more to follow them to the hurt and pain to what they feel is there glory and convince you that its yours as well. When what you do is destroy my heart. Time is short for you to own true reality and draw close. My Father and myself can and will not wait much longer to uplift the righteous to the spirits of the doves, the laughter of the children, the healing peace of the trees and life that lives and feeds on it joy of life. My rain upon the earth is but my tears of joy and sadness to give hope you will have faith in myself be fore my father says amen bring the innocent home and prepare for a new creation and the old will self destroy in its fires of anger. I embrace all sincere hearts
My heart call out also my beautiful God, and my tears wash my cheeks . I call out with you let your wisdom prevail but relieve our pained hearts from the hurting of the innocent. Amen. Luke Le Bree.
1. Everyone has rolls when they bend over. 2. When someone tells you that you’re beautiful, believe them. They aren’t lying. 3. Sometimes we all wake up with breath that could kill a goat. 4. For every woman unhappy with her stretch marks is another woman who wishes she had them. 5. You should definitely have more confidence. And if you saw yourself the way others see you, you would. 6. Don’t look for a man to save you. Be able to save yourself. 7. It’s okay to not love every part of your body….but you should. 8. We all have that one friend who seems to have it all together. That woman with the seemingly perfect life. Well, you might be that woman to someone else. 9. You should be a priority. Not an option, a last resort, or a backup plan. 10. You’re a woman. That alone makes you pretty damn remarkable. 💕
Have you ever been to Kyōto (京都) in Japan? As the
the seat of Japan’s imperial court from 794 to 1869 A.D., as many of you will know, it has many of Japan’s greatest temples and shrines, and at this time of the year it is one of the very best places in the country to observe the autumnal hues/fall colours as the leaves begin to turn. Naturally, this means it has been and remains a favourite haunt of artists and photographers.
Shown here is ‘Sangetsu-in (temple) in Kyōto’, a 1954 woodblock print created by Tōshi Yoshida (吉田 遠志 Yoshida Tōshi, 25 July, 1911 – 1 July, 1995), a Japanese printmaking artist associated with the sōsaku-hanga (創作版画, “creative prints”) movement, and son of shin-hanga (新版画, “new prints”) artist Hiroshi Yoshida (吉田 博 Yoshida Hiroshi, 19 September, 1876 – 5 April, 1950).
ACT police sadly now believe innocent little Safa Annour, who only barely lived to see her 2nd birthday, was murdered. They are now appealing for public assistance into solving the mystery of her murder and hopefully bringing her killer or killers to justice.
ACT Policing have released CCTV footage of Safa Annour riding a bus on the day she died on April 30 in the hope that people with information on the case will come forward.
In the video, taken on Stuart Street Griffith, im Canberra’s South, Safa can be seen in the company of a woman and an older child as she exits the bus at 8.40am. Detective Superintendent Scott Moller said she “looks to be uninjured” as she “happily waves at the bus driver”.
What happened over the course of the next few hours is the subject of a police investigation. “[That footage is] our focal point … but certainly anyone who is aware of Safa, or her family or friends, we’d be interested in talking to them as well,” Detective Superintendent Moller said.
At 1:50pm that afternoon, the little toddler was taken to Canberra Hospital and died a short time later, after multiple attempts to resuscitate her failed.
She was suffering blunt force trauma and fatal internal bleeding.
We at FACAA would love to see justice for Safa as soon as possible.
“We’re trying to get any information from the public that may have witnessed any injury sustained to Safa. “We’d be calling for anybody that’s seen anything suspicious, and could help us with our investigation.”
Two people were responsible for Safa’s care at the time of her death and have been identified by police, who are exploring numerous lines of inquiry. Police said it did not appear Safa was known to Child and Youth Protection Services prior to her death.
It has been six months since Safa’s death, and no information was released to the public at the time. Police are now hoping to identify her killer with help from the public. Detective Superintendent Moller said delaying the release of information gave them time to pursue a number of leads before seeking the public’s help.
Please share her picture on your timelines, someone must know something about what happened to this innocent little angel. Poor little bub, no child should ever be harmed, or have their life taken before it’s barely begun.
Rest in Peace Safa, fly high innocent baby girl.
Our thoughts are with you and those who love you.
We at FACAA will fight to find out what happened to you and seek justice on your behalf.
We will add your name to the list of why we fight so hard. ❤