Ahhh... we’re approaching my moon sign, new moon in libra, it’s been an intense energy shift moving into this moon and it’s been a beautiful shift now that I’ve realigned my heart and mind.. ⚖️✨ October 19th New Moon falls in the sign of Libra and will be calling on all of us to find balance in our lives. We need both our heart and mind to operate in this world as each holds its own unique intelligence and wisdom. However, many of us get so caught up in our thoughts and mental processes that we forget about the intuitive, softer guidance that our heart can also bring.
Under the influence of this moon it is going to be really important to find this balance and to learn how to open up to the wisdom of your heart and mind. Your heart has many messages to offer you, especially under all of this cosmic energy, so use these New Moon vibes to start tuning in and paying attention. On a day-to-day level, this New Moon will be helping you to understand how you are choosing to spend your energy.
If something has been taking up too much of your time, or you are struggling to keep on top of things, this New Moon may force you to finally create some balance. Feeling scattered is a clear sign that balance is needed, so pay attention.
In fact, the reason for this intensity is that the Universe is gearing up to present all of us with some much needed gifts and rewards which will come to fruition over the coming months.
Have a great rest of October my beautiful gems and don’t forget to be aware of your thoughts and feelings and try your best to align them with new goals and intentions.. 💥🌙✨
On the days when you feel like you’ll collapse on sight, take one more step. On the days when you feel like you just can’t, remind yourself of all the times you could and did. On the days when things couldn’t possibly get worse and they do, promise to build days that couldn’t possibly get any better and make them amazing. On the days when no one understands, connect with others who always get it even when nothing is said. ..
.. When “on the days when” happen, empower yourself to be the best version of you there can be and empower others to build a beautiful world with you!
The 2nd Resident Advisor Football Fundraiser for refugees has raised over... £5,000!
The second edition of The RA Cup took place today. 16 teams from the UK and Holland took place to raise much-need funds for refugees in Europe and the Middle East.
Thank you to everyone involved and especially @resident_advisor for making the magic happen again!
If you want to help us protect refugees this winter you can organise your own fundraiser. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Dedican al Che, a Fidel y Mohamed Abdelazis el XIX Festival Mundial de la Juventud y los Estudiantes
Porque construir un mundo mejor, a la medida de los más necesitados, «de los pobres de la tierra», es posible si todos los hombres y mujeres se juntan para hacer el bien a los demás; porque como dijera Fidel en la nueva generación está el futuro y en ese empeño va la vida de muchos jóvenes hoy, no hubo mejor manera de inaugurar el XIX Festival Mundial de la Juventud y los Estudiantes, que con un monumento al sacrificio y el coraje. Así, en el Palacio de Hielo de Sochi, con la enseña nacional en lo más alto, estuvieron los cubanos, junto a los más de 20 000 delegados de todo el mundo, que fueron acompañados por el presidente de la Federación Rusa, Vladimir Putin, quien en una ceremonia que trascendió por su virtuosismo y derroche de tecnología, dio la bienvenida a la cita mundial e instó a los jóvenes a luchar por ese mundo mejor. Rusia como sede de dos anteriores eventos de la juventud mundial y este encuentro como espacio para potenciar la unidad, fueron elementos ponderados por Putin, quien expresó que la cita une a los países en el amor por la libertad y la solidaridad, y que aquí se encuentran representados jóvenes de todo el país, desde Kaliningrado hasta Vladivostok. Fue una muestra de esos protagonistas del cambio, que en su espacio inmediato o más allá de sus fronteras lideran proyectos de desarrollo, quienes acompañados del arte ruso, regalaron mensajes cargados de significación sobre la paz, la amistad entre los pueblos, el acceso a la salud y la educación, contra la contaminación ambiental y por la inclusión social. Volvieron las imágenes históricas de los festivales celebrados en la Unión Soviética en 1957 y 1985 a sacudir el Palacio de Hielo, que en varias ocasiones sintió el ímpetu de la delegación cubana cuando de ovacionar a su líder indiscutible se trataba, al tiempo que Nicolás Papadimitriu, presidente de la Federación Mundial de Juventudes Democráticas, hizo referencia a Ernesto Che Guevara, Fidel Castro y Mohamed Abdelazis, personalidades a las cuales está dedicada el Festival.
Che, Fidel and Mohamed Abdelazis dedicate the XIX World Festival of Youth and Students
Because building a better world, tailored to the most needy, "of the poor of the earth," is possible if all men and women come together to do good to others; because as Fidel said in the new generation is the future and in that commitment is the life of many young people today, there was no better way to inaugurate the XIX World Festival of Youth and Students than with a monument to sacrifice and courage. Thus, in the Ice Palace of Sochi, with the national teaching at the top, were the Cubans, along with more than 20,000 delegates from around the world, who were accompanied by the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, who in a ceremony that transcended by his virtuosity and technology waste, welcomed the world event and urged the young people to fight for that better world. Russia as the site of two previous world youth events and this meeting as a space to promote unity, were elements pondered by Putin, who said that the meeting unites the countries in the love of freedom and solidarity, and that here young people from all over the country are represented, from Kaliningrad to Vladivostok. It was a sample of those protagonists of change, who in their immediate space or beyond their borders lead development projects, who accompanied Russian art, gifted messages with significance on peace, friendship among peoples, access to health and education, against environmental pollution and social inclusion. The historical images of the festivals celebrated in the Soviet Union in 1957 and 1985 returned to shake the Ice Palace, which on several occasions felt the impetus of the Cuban delegation when it was about to cheer their undisputed leader, while Nicholas Papadimitriu, president of the World Federation of Democratic Youths, made reference to Ernesto Che Guevara, Fidel Castro and Mohamed Abdelazis, personalities to whom the Festival is dedicated.
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*sigh* what a view ✨🍁👀🇬🇧 [ taken with iPhone 6 📲] • I hope your day has been going well 🎈 - I’m currently in bed because I’m feeling a little under the weather ☹️ (tbh, looking outside the window, I don’t think I’m missing out on too much..🌧) - but, some cute positive quotes might just make me smile... throw them in the comments below ✨☺️ • Oh, also, if you’ve not read the recent issue of the @unreadmag, you need to! A lot of hard work and passion goes into each and every story, I know you’ll enjoy them 💕