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Top 5 Books Every INFP Should Read

thestarsinmycupofcoffee:

1. The Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho
What it’s about- Following your dreams and listening to your heart. (That sounded so cliche but this book is amazing)
Why you should read it- For inspiration and incredible wisdom.

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2. The Perks of Being a Wallflower, by…

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larrycoincidences:

whenever i get low on money i start thinking really irrationally like what if i hadn’t spent that $10 back in 2004 

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reblog if you’re slept on

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Dope Interlude—->

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3 days ago
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A city that never sleeps.

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sharapwna:

ventai:

HE HAS RETURNED

the prostitute though lmao

Tears.

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pbsthisdayinhistory:

February 25, 1870: America’s First Black Senator Is Sworn In
Hiram Rhodes Revels, the country’s first African American member of U.S. Congress, took his seat on this day in 1870, representing the state of Mississippi. Southern Democrats, who were for the most part supporters of segregation, tried to block his nomination.
From the U.S. House of Representatives Archives:

Just before the Senate agreed to admit a black man to its ranks on February 25, Republican Senator Charles Sumner of Massachusetts sized up the importance of the moment: “All men are created equal, says the great Declaration,” Sumner roared, “and now a great act attests this verity. Today we make the Declaration a reality…. The Declaration was only half established by Independence. The greatest duty remained behind. In assuring the equal rights of all we complete the work.”

Revel’s term lasted little more than a year. Hiram Rhodes Revels impressed many political observers with his oratorical gifts and moderate temperament.Dive deeper into the story behind Revel’s election with Henry Louis Gates, Jr.’s The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross.

pbsthisdayinhistory:

February 25, 1870: America’s First Black Senator Is Sworn In

Hiram Rhodes Revels, the country’s first African American member of U.S. Congress, took his seat on this day in 1870, representing the state of Mississippi. Southern Democrats, who were for the most part supporters of segregation, tried to block his nomination.

From the U.S. House of Representatives Archives:

Just before the Senate agreed to admit a black man to its ranks on February 25, Republican Senator Charles Sumner of Massachusetts sized up the importance of the moment: “All men are created equal, says the great Declaration,” Sumner roared, “and now a great act attests this verity. Today we make the Declaration a reality…. The Declaration was only half established by Independence. The greatest duty remained behind. In assuring the equal rights of all we complete the work.”

Revel’s term lasted little more than a year. Hiram Rhodes Revels impressed many political observers with his oratorical gifts and moderate temperament.

Dive deeper into the story behind Revel’s election with Henry Louis Gates, Jr.’s The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross.

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gentillysavage:

xoxo-uninhibited:

Basically …… All in the group msg like giiirrrlllll did you see lol

dacati ha!

Lol petty yo!

gentillysavage:

xoxo-uninhibited:

Basically …… All in the group msg like giiirrrlllll did you see lol

dacati ha!

Lol petty yo!

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gayindustrialcomplex:

Being rude to service staff is #1 indicator that someone is garbage

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