Life’s too short para que seas una mujer insegura y amargada.
Hoy día de las madres abraza a tu mami y dile cuanto la quieres. Si ya no está contigo, recuerda los buenos momentos y aprecia todo lo que hizo por ti.
Si no fue la madre que tú deseabas, perdónala, reza por ella, y encuentra la paz que necesitas.
Recuerda que la vida es polvo puede esparcirse en un momento; lo único que te llevarás son las memorias y lo que había dentro.
Así es que, como si fuera tu ultimo día; ama sinceramente, perdona a los que te han lastimado, aprecia a los que siguen a tu lado, y vive en la vida mostrando le a todos cuento los quieres.
No dejes que se te escapen los detalles, recuerda que nadie es eterno en este mundo.
As if it weren’t originally planned,
you resist our being here.
As if the tears and the sacrifices weren’t already difficult enough,
you reject us being here.
As if all of us had a choice, some of us brought here for a “better life;” others forced out of our countries only to continue to live in a fight.
You hate us being here.
You hate seeing us “invade.”
You hate seeing us progress.
Though it was you that invaded
though it was you that brought us
in chained hands; making it seem like the life of a slave was the best we could have.
And now that our fight has let us out of your homes, you begrudge us for being in the land that belongs to us all.
You stand with guns and wait,
to pin us against the wall.
Belittling us for having dreams, frowning on us for the desire to progress and be free.
Thinking that this will stop us from succeeding in the land that’s always been ours.
Hear my words and listen closely…
you once put us in camps, lives were lost yet we still made it back.
You once put us in chains, only to violate and mistreat us, lives were lost yet we now walk with freedom and got our rights back.
You once worked us in farms treating us like garbage, lives were lost yet a big march came along and resistance got us fair pay and our rights back.
We know you are scared, for it shows through your eyes.
There’s so many of us and so little of you, and you’re afraid we will take back what our founding fathers once ruled.
You’re guarding the ladder so we stay at the bottom, but since it doesn’t seem to be working you define us as rapists and criminals like we’re the problem.
You hope that with manipulation and fear the rest will turn against us and your land will be solemn.
I think you forgot that these are our people, united we stand and united we will defeat you.
So go ahead and envy us because of our gender or the color of our skin, that no longer means anything.
Make fun of my accent because “I no good mi english”, call me a criminal because I MUST be a drug dealer; yet Mi gente is rising, populating, and graduating from College.
Go ahead and warn to send us back, you will never succeed.
Go ahead and build your wall, and you’ll soon regret you did.
We are the ones who build “The Land of the Free.”
“It’s heartbreaking to see that till this day, many of the privilege still don’t see how privileged they are.” Kbeautifulmimd
Todo lo que haces en tu vida le afecta a alguien y eso dependiendo de tus acciones. Inspiraras a algunos, decepcionarás a otros, y hasta le cambiarás la vida a muchos. La idea es vivir felizmente, de una manera cambiar el mundo, y dejar algo atrás en cual serás recordado/a.
A veces el miedo de no saber cómo afectarás a otros, ó qué dirán de ti, te detiene.
Pero recuerda, la gente siempre tendrá algo que decir…
si te tienen envidia, si tu existir les molesta, ó les afecta de alguna manera. Tal vez es porque algo estás haciendo ó algo hiciste correcto en tu existencia.
I actually can’t stand today, for the name it has received of “Cinco de drinko”
It makes me want to tell people to STFU.
But whatever, that’s Merica for ya!😂
In the words of my mom…
A little bit of history for you guys…
Cinco de Mayo is a day to celebrate in Mexican history, The Battle of Puebla took place on this date, 152 years ago.
The Battle of Puebla was a battle fought on May 5, of 1862 between the armies of Mexico and the Second French Empire, resulting in a major victory for the Mexicans who with considered inferior forces managed to defeat one of the most experienced and respected armies of the century.
The battle did not stop at the invasion of Mexico, it only delayed it for a year, when the French came back with 35,000 troops and took over Mexico. However, the French were eventually defeated and unconditionally withdrew from the country in 1867.
The victory on the Battle of Puebla is important as it symbolizes what unity could achieve for Mexico.
Important facts to remember:
-Cinco de Mayo is NOT independence day for Mexico.
-Puebla is a Mexican State.
-Mexico defeated the French in which seemed a beyond unlikely win for Mexico.
-No, the Chupacabras does not deliver gifts in Cinco de Mayo.
-No, Margaritas were not invented on Cinco de Mayo -No, its not a tradition where everyone makes tacos and salsa on Cinco de Mayo
Happy Cindo de Mayo!