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Sometimes I just think this world keeps surprising me, when I think I really know something very well I realize I know nothing about it , life is full of so many mysteries waiting to be unveiled, secrets waiting to come to light, dreams waiting to be born, everyday we are witness of a miracle, maybe tiny ones, but miracles finally.
Who Am I? I ´m just a little dreamer, a little insane, a little scared, a little broken, a little hyper, a little fighter, a little naive, a little silly.
Who Am I? I´m a little seed
My biggest fear: To fall inlove again
Im an animal lover
A numbers lover
Im obsessed with justice, that’s why time ago I wanted to be a lawyer
I study life but Im far away from fully and truly understand it
Im not afraid of being alone Im afraid of being in a crowd and being ignored
And Im not shy Im antisocial
I was born with ehlers danlos syndrome, yes that means Im a mutant
If you post or reblog blood I will have to unfollow (I swear its not you, it’s the blood)
Well what can I say , I was born this way baby
PLEASE HELP JAPAN
On March 11, an earthquake struck Japan near the city of Sendai, which caused damage and generated a powerful tsunami which struck northern Japan and spread across the Pacific.
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In the wake of Friday's 9.0 earthquake in northern Japan and the subsequent tsunami, Apple has set up a donation portal on iTunes. Visitors can donate in $5, $10, $25, $50, $100 or $200 increments. The company claims that "100 percent" of each donation will go to the American Red Cross, which is offering assistance to its Japanese equivalent.
People are warned that the only record of a donation will come in the form of an e-mail receipt, and later an entry on a credit card statement. Apple Japan has meanwhile posted a message on its website. "To those who have been affected by the earthquake and tsunami, we send sympathies from our heart. In this deep sadness, we are praying for the victims and their families," the site reads.
Read more: http://www.ipodnn.com/articles/11/03/14/money.goes.to.american.red.cross/#ixzz1GfHUolYr