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Sunday’s kind of love with gratitude 🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿🙏🏿God’s rewards are overwhelming. Human beings looks at appearance but God looks at human heart and spirit. When we make our steps with faith and trust in him, God shows up on time always. I am looking for God to do what only him can do in my life, to empower me to serve him. I will continue to turn away from the people who try to discourage me from my purpose and keep it moving to my destiny with love for all things life. I am who I am, your approval is not needed. I only need God. Prayers and meditation have made tremendous power available to me on my path I wish for everyone to try it with love. Happy Sunday💋❤️💜💖💙🙏🏿🌞🌻 @cadardesigns 😍 #confessionsofavillagegirl #modelife #notobleaching #africangirlsrock #blackgirlmagic #blacklivesmatter #usa #southsudan #northsudan #weneedpeace #wearenilotic #refugeegirl #niloticqueen #nubianqueen #nykhorofthenile #onehumanrace #iloveafrica💙
Moises is a full-time graduate student at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY reporting mainly on food and restaurants but maintains overall emphasis on arts and culture.