“Find a spot on that back wall and POSE!” 💃🏾
THIS WEEK come dance wit meh!!
💦8:30pm BRING A FRIEND
Sub Alert 🚨 💦3:00pm
Let's talk about judgement.
There are many people that do not hide their hate to me. They don't stop saying that I am a piece of sh**, that I can't do things I am doing.
Building Your own House? Safe space for LGBT Youth in Latvia?
Cmoon, I am just only 20 years old, I don't know anything about Life etc etc.
But You know what? It is not the age that proves Your right to do something and to try to achieve more than other people. It is not the opinion of other people that can stop me. No!
I can say openly - I was Young and ambicious. I knew that I want to build a scene, I want to support LTGBQ community in my home country. And now I am moving forward to that! No one will stop me.
And I truly recommend You - follow Your dreams, don't give up and learn. Try to achieve as much as You can and want. And instead of listening to judgement (I am not talking about "healthy" critics now) - look in their eyes and say - YOU WILL LOOK AT ME FROM THE BOTTOM, WHEN I WILL BE ON THE TOP, HUN!
I have a dream to become a Icon of Latvian LGBT Community. What do You think - will I make my dream come true?
Will I survive the judgement and bad words I will need listen to?
Will there be people that trust me and will go with me?
Do #animal also practice '"Fjaka"? Or this #pigeon just #strikeapose and trying to kill time.
Fjaka is the lifestyle trend that gives you an excuse to do absolutely nothing. That's right, nothing. Fjaka simply means being entirely relaxed in body and mind and embracing the joy of doin nothing.
Fjaka make sense in Dalmatia, where the turn of phrase was created, because the heat often strips residents of the energy, to do much. When it's that hot to you really don't want to run around and stay busy - so you engage in Fjaka, sittin in the shade (or try to stand on one leg like this pigeon), relaxing and watching the world go by.
Fjaka is not the same thing as laziness or being so exhaused you never leave house. You can do Fjaka with friends, you can do it outside, and it's not supposed to take over your life entirely. You need the most moments of productivity to truly appreciate Fjaka.
Rather than holing up in your bedroom it's worth sitting outside and trying to ground yourself with surroundings, taking in the sounds, smells, and sights around you. If you ever got into mindfulness or #meditation, Fjaka will be an easy feat, as it's a pretty similar state of being. ♡