Menurut sosiologi Islam Ibnu Khaldun, adil adalah meletakkan sesuatu pada tempatnya. Maksudnya memenuhi hak-hak orang yang berhak dan melaksanakan tugas-tugas atau kewajiban sesuai dengan fungsi dan peranannya dalam masyarakat.
Adil juga diartikan dengan tidak memihak atau tidak berat sebelah. Adil juga diartikan dengan sikap berpihak kepada kebenaran atau perbuatan yang tidak sewenang-wenang.
Tanya pada diri, adilkah aku pada diri aku? Adilkah aku pada mereka?
Adilkah aku pada yang Maha pencipta?
Pasti jauh sekali dari cukup.
This is a form of exploitation in my book. You are using someone's mental and living situation as a way to gain likes, shares and reposts or contribute to your public image for your platform. It's fucked up. You should ask for their permission and tell them that they will be posted on a social network.
This event today means everything to me. I’ve never volunteered like this before; I was shaking the whole time. We can get so caught up in our own things and become so small minded, especially living in LA. There are people that don’t have any idea how big our world is and how much we could help each other with small things, like this, that make a huge impact to people’s everyday lives. Nothing else matters at this moment, it means that much to me. - Keonna, Los Angeles
Do you get that feeling at volunteering events? Let us know below
Interviewed and Photo by: @jasonzumberge
A CAUTIONARY TALE for the guys here... the women that you ogle online (or in person!) are REAL people. The bathing suit model, the porn star, the pretty girl with the pretty eyes... they are all actual people. So instead of treating them like an object (hint: telling them what you'd like to do to THEIR body...) how about you act and behave like a respectful, compassionate human being that takes into consideration the consequences of your actions? Peace ✌️
People are not aware that animals have sentience and feel just as much as we do. I love being an agent of change: to reach out to animals and see them more than dinner or a pet, but as a soul deserving of respect and space. That’s the biggest thing that drives me in working with animals. I realized it when I got my first dog, Apollo. Our connection grew. He was more than a pet. He was a sensitive dog; his feelings got hurt, verbally. I could see it take its toll on him. I saw that resonate with every cow, pig, and chicken. I made the connection that there was no difference. That’s why I gave up meat. There was a direct connection between me and every other animal on the planet. I would never go back. It has had the biggest impact on me than anything else. – Devin, Leader, Los Angeles
What's the biggest thing that drives you in your work?
Interviewed and Photo by: @jasonzumberge
Today is my 4th anniversary of being diagnosed with CRPS (type II). It began in June 2013. I was diagnosed Sept 19, 2013 (one day before my 52nd birthday). 😔Devastating to say the least! I had to quit work (early retirement) by July 2013. Fast forward 4 years later & I'm still dealing with the pain, flare ups, depression, anxiety, narcotics & everything else that goes with this horrible disease. 😩Yes, it's invisible (most of the time) because I have it in my lower leg & foot. So, yes, I get the ugly stares when I park in a handicap parking space (I can't walk far without excruciating pain). Yes, I'm legally 💯 handicapped. ♿️ Oh & the questions... I walk with a limp (I lost my ability to walk at all in the first several months) but I worked my way from wheelchair to crutches to limping. I was NOT going to use a walker! I know, I know..but I had my reasons.anyway, the questions! UGH! No, I didn't break/sprain my ankle. No, I don't have a broke foot/toe. No, I didn't get injured. No, No, No. I know folks are curious, but this was (most of the time) from complete strangers!😳& then the remedies..have you tried this? that? the other? & yes, YES, I did! I tried any & everything suggested. Money down the drain. Nothing worked. Except narcotics. Heavy narcotics. That is the ONLY way to keep my pain under control. There were days I was so sick I couldn't keep food down 🤢, so I couldn't take my meds. That taught me REAL quick, I can't live without my meds. All the pain I went through in the beginning came back with a vengeance & then some! As soon as I was able to keep food in, I immediately took my meds & got the pain under control. I still have flare ups. Especially if I stand or walk too long. Then the "purple foot" happens (picture was posted previously) & that horrendous pain. 4 years..and counting. No cure 😢 BUT, I refuse to let this disease destroy everything in my life! It has taken SO MUCH from me!! I get so SO angry 😡!!! Then I get myself together & realize.. it could be SO much WORSE! Reality check! But thru all this was my husband. My knight in shining armor. Beside me thru it ALL. #nevergiveup#rsdcrps#keepgoing#dontletitwin#donttakelifeforgranted
Big thankest to the asshole that brought his sick crotch fruit to the grocery store and let the demon cough on everything in sight. Should be illegal, should be allowed to sue. Parents, leave your sickly, unwanted fuck trophies at home and away from people who already sick!
We went hiking yesterday, most likely our last hike of the year since we'll be moving into our new house real soon so we'll be busy. Unfortunately the trail we chose was a disappointment. It was so crowded with people and half the people who took their dogs had them off leash. One dog blocked the trail and was showing aggression in its body language. Wouldn't listen to the owner. She finally got her dog and as we passed I told her they need to be leashed. The dog then got away from her and ran at our dogs. Then later as we were leaving a group of guys with three large dogs off leash come up the trail. Those three dogs ran up to us and our dogs and grouped together with their hackles raised. One guy yells out that they're friendly and I was like well one of ours isn't and yours aren't acting friendly. Not totally true about our dog, he's friendly but he has no tolerance for strange dogs getting in his face and he will get pissed. I do not have tolerance for it either. My husband put himself between our dogs and those three dogs. If a dog fight had happened those three would have grouped together and torn our dog to shreds. Those dogs off leash was incredibly irresponsible. It was a stressful hike. Other people we talked to with leashed dogs were also irritated with how many selfish people there were with off leash dogs. Never again will I do the Angel Rocks trail. I didn't come to Alaska to be around a bunch of people, especially not irresponsible selfish people.
I'm hoping we get another hike or two in before it gets too cold because this one being our last hike for the year was a bummer. #keepyourdogsonaleash#leashyourdog#leashlawsarethereforareason#dontbeselfish#cantstandoffleashdogowners#dontbeanasshole#dontbethatguy#hikingadventures#fairbanks#beconsiderateofothers#beconsiderate#psa#irritated#peoplesuck#rescuedogsofinstagram#hikingwithdogs#irresponsibledogowners