Fatma Loves to Draw!

A drawer in the virtual world, a graphic designer in "real life." In other words, being in the wrong place at the wrong time all the time.
“ If I have any agency, it is opened up by the fact that I am constituted by a social world I never chose. That my agency is riven with paradox does not mean it is impossible. It means only that paradox is the condition of its possibility. ”
Judith Butler, Undoing Gender (via heteroglossia)

3PM

Mayed left around 5AM this morning. We had a very short moment of hug, advice and good wishes. “Good luck with school, Fatma” was the last thing he said to me. I replied by: “Have fun!”

As much as i’m excited to see him go, i become so lonely. I miss you already, my family and my best friend. <3

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Once a week this hairdresser from New York does something heartwarming

Every Sunday in the Big Apple one man is doing what he can to make the world a brighter and more compassionate place. Mark Bustos is a young stylist at a fashionable hair salon in New York City, but once a week he takes to the streets and provides free haircuts to the homeless.
With the mantra of ‘every human life is worth the same’ Bustos uses his skills to help those in need. He first began his campaign of kindness after a visit to his family in Philippines back in 2012. While he was there he would sit out on the street and cut the hair of the local street children. He was so uplifted by the sense of gratitude that he continued the practice in Jamaica, Costa Rica, LA and now in New York.
Although Sunday is his only day off each week Bustos will cut the hair of at least six people in a day, approaching each one with a simple ‘I want to do something nice for you today’. We applaud Mark Bustos for his big heart, if only there were more people out there like him.
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Once a week this hairdresser from New York does something heartwarming

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Every Sunday in the Big Apple one man is doing what he can to make the world a brighter and more compassionate place. Mark Bustos is a young stylist at a fashionable hair salon in New York City, but once a week he takes to the streets and provides free haircuts to the homeless.

With the mantra of ‘every human life is worth the same’ Bustos uses his skills to help those in need. He first began his campaign of kindness after a visit to his family in Philippines back in 2012. While he was there he would sit out on the street and cut the hair of the local street children. He was so uplifted by the sense of gratitude that he continued the practice in Jamaica, Costa Rica, LA and now in New York.

Although Sunday is his only day off each week Bustos will cut the hair of at least six people in a day, approaching each one with a simple ‘I want to do something nice for you today’. We applaud Mark Bustos for his big heart, if only there were more people out there like him.

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