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Atlanta-based photographer James C. Lewis has come up with a photo series featuring gods and goddesses of the Yoruba religion. These deities.

Ibeji from "Yoruba African Orishas" by James C. Lewis

Ibeji: African Child Deities of youth and vitality. Also known as the sacred twins. One is male and the other is female, balancing the cosmic duality between masculine and feminine.

A man does not find truth in the mouth of another man He must find it in his own soul | Anonymous ART of Revolution

Brandon Lee (RIP): He's even pretty in the Crow makeup! Forget spiderman, forget x men, forget batman.this is my favorite super-hero.

This me!!! #HATHOR

Sekhmet - warrior goddess and a patron of healers, as both a creative and destructive force; but above all, she is the protector of Ma’at (balance or justice)

Ozain Nigerian god

OZAIN: Osanyin: Yoruba Orisha (African god) of the forest, natural healer, and guardian of herbs. Courtesy: James C.

"Madonna del Sorbo" a 13th century Italian icon, "found" by a swineherd near Rome

"Madonna del Sorbo" (a century Italian icon, "found" by a swineherd near Rome)

Colourd Girls With Ink

I'd change things if I could do it again, but this project's been going on for a very long . New Empire Egypt Color

Stand firm. Don't waver. Be rooted in Christ. Moods and circumstances will change, but your faith does not have to.

"Faith is the art of holding on to things in spite of your changing moods and circumstances." CS Lewis <-- YES.Faith must be built on a solid foundation. I have faith for you -Eric-

It's hard to forgive people who especially try to hurt your family. As a Christian I will continue to ask God for his help in this. I don't want to let any situation hinder my blessings Lord.

Cute Happiness Quote About Painful Experiences #Quotes

cool Getting over a painful experience is much like crossing monkey bars. You have to. Getting over a painful experience is much like crossing monkey bars. You have to let go at some point in order to move forward.

"And this is the marvel of marvels, that he called me Beloved . . ." C.S. Lewis, The Last Battle

"And this is the marvel of marvels, that He (God) called me Beloved . Lewis, The Last Battle

Homemaking While Working Outside the Home

Homemaking While Working Outside the Home

Homemaking Thank you CS Lewis, the world seems to tell me I am lazy and not doing my part for my family because I do not work outside of the home. I know I am so blessed to be a homemaker and a mother.

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"Course he isn't safe. But he's good. He's the King, I tell you. Beaver, answering one of the Pevensie children's question about whether or not the lion Aslan was safe (Aslan represents God in the allegorical series The Chronicles of Narnia)

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