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Handicapable: Lala @reaalala Nipples Bitches is straight ruthless he can't park in the handicap spot at the mall no more after this
Handicapable: Lala
 @reaalala
 Nipples
Bitches is straight ruthless he can't park in the handicap spot at the mall no more after this

Bitches is straight ruthless he can't park in the handicap spot at the mall no more after this

Handicapable: Handicap match against the big show
Handicapable: Handicap match against the big show

Handicap match against the big show

Handicapable: I still believe in wedding rings Bibles. Marriage is everything. In fact reaching your highest potential in life starts with family. To this day, there is still no better option for raising children than marriage. Without a stable foundation you can handicap kids for the rest of their life. Not to say people can't defy the odds, they do, but it's extremely difficult. A partnership is 2 people coming together whereas a marriage is 2 families coming together. There's a difference. Marriage is way more than a piece of paper folks, it is a public declaration honoring the one you love infront of family and friends. It's a big deal. Marriage makes a husband and wife accountable to God, the law, their pastor, both of their families and friends. In contrast a partnership is an agreement between 2 people it's not recognized in the eyes of God, or the law. The worst case scenarios that people love to mention in marriage like cheating, abuse, loneliness, unhappiness are also in long term partnerships and arguably worse because your partner isn't accountable to anyone and can get away with more. A partner can cheat on you, abuse you and walk out on you tomorrow while you're pregnant. And what can you do about it? You have no rights. 🤷‍♀️ All relationships go through problems and it's family that negotiates on your behalf, you don't always get that luxury in a partnership because nothing is official. Yet as a partner, you are still expected to do the same duties as a wife. Wow. Marriage has worked for centuries and proves that husbands-wives are healthier, happier, have a longer life span, are less stressed and face less struggle. This isn't just about how you feel. What about your kids, your grands kids and your great grand kids? This is the problem with our generation today we have become so selfish. Me, me, me, me. Not everything is about you! The relationship choices you make today are likely to be repeated by not 1, not 2, but THREE generations from now. You weren't created to be alone. You cannot make it in this life alone. Choosing a good partner, marrying them and raising your kids within a family is the most important decision you can make for yourself in this lifetime. Yeah it's DEEP. Blackcitygirl
Handicapable: I still believe in wedding rings Bibles.
Marriage is everything. In fact reaching your highest potential in life starts with family. To this day, there is still no better option for raising children than marriage. Without a stable foundation you can handicap kids for the rest of their life. Not to say people can't defy the odds, they do, but it's extremely difficult. A partnership is 2 people coming together whereas a marriage is 2 families coming together. There's a difference. Marriage is way more than a piece of paper folks, it is a public declaration honoring the one you love infront of family and friends. It's a big deal. Marriage makes a husband and wife accountable to God, the law, their pastor, both of their families and friends. In contrast a partnership is an agreement between 2 people it's not recognized in the eyes of God, or the law. The worst case scenarios that people love to mention in marriage like cheating, abuse, loneliness, unhappiness are also in long term partnerships and arguably worse because your partner isn't accountable to anyone and can get away with more. A partner can cheat on you, abuse you and walk out on you tomorrow while you're pregnant. And what can you do about it? You have no rights. 🤷‍♀️ All relationships go through problems and it's family that negotiates on your behalf, you don't always get that luxury in a partnership because nothing is official. Yet as a partner, you are still expected to do the same duties as a wife. Wow. Marriage has worked for centuries and proves that husbands-wives are healthier, happier, have a longer life span, are less stressed and face less struggle. This isn't just about how you feel. What about your kids, your grands kids and your great grand kids? This is the problem with our generation today we have become so selfish. Me, me, me, me. Not everything is about you! The relationship choices you make today are likely to be repeated by not 1, not 2, but THREE generations from now. You weren't created to be alone. You cannot make it in this life alone. Choosing a good partner, marrying them and raising your kids within a family is the most important decision you can make for yourself in this lifetime. Yeah it's DEEP. Blackcitygirl

Marriage is everything. In fact reaching your highest potential in life starts with family. To this day, there is still no better option...

Handicapable: I DID NOT KNOW THE WAY TO MOSQUE islam everyone An emotional true story of the Mercy of Allah . M.S from Saudi Arabia tells us his story: He says, . ” I did not know the way to mosque even though my father was a sheikh who taught Quran. The wealth that was easily available to me corrupted me and kept me far away from the path of Allah. Then Allah willed that I should have a car accident, and I lost the ability to walk completely. The doctors confirmed that there was no clear reason for his handicap except that nervous shock had destroyed my ability to move. One day I was on my way to meet my new friend: the wheelchair to which I moved as soon as I left my car which had been adapted for use by the handicapped. Before my brother put me on my wheelchair, the muezzin gave the call to Maqrib prayer. His voice was beautiful and suddenly touched my heart, moving me deeply. It was as if I was hearing the Adhan for the first time in my life, and I wept. My brother was surprised when I asked him to take me to the mosque so that I could pray with the congregation. . Many days passed as I was praying regularly in the mosque. Even fajr prayer I did not miss. Despite my instense suffering, I decided never to turn away from the path of Allah the Exalted. One night before fajr prayer, I saw my father in a dream, he had risen from his grave and patted me on my shoulder while I was weeping, and said to me ”O my son , do not grieve , for Allah has forgiven me because of you”. I felt very happy because of the good news and I went to pray and prostrate to Allah in gratitude. I saw the dream several times. . Years went by, and one morning, I was praying Fajr prayer in the mosque next to our house. I was sitting in a wheelchair at the end of the first row, and the Imam began to recite a long supplication. Du’a al Qunoot. I was deeply moved by his supplication; my tears rolled down and I felt my body trembling and my heart leaping from my chest. I felt death was close at hand. I calmed down suddenly and completed my prayer. After I said the Salam, I felt strength flowing through my body that I had never felt before. 👇👇👇
Handicapable: I DID NOT KNOW THE
 WAY TO MOSQUE
 islam everyone
An emotional true story of the Mercy of Allah . M.S from Saudi Arabia tells us his story: He says, . ” I did not know the way to mosque even though my father was a sheikh who taught Quran. The wealth that was easily available to me corrupted me and kept me far away from the path of Allah. Then Allah willed that I should have a car accident, and I lost the ability to walk completely. The doctors confirmed that there was no clear reason for his handicap except that nervous shock had destroyed my ability to move. One day I was on my way to meet my new friend: the wheelchair to which I moved as soon as I left my car which had been adapted for use by the handicapped. Before my brother put me on my wheelchair, the muezzin gave the call to Maqrib prayer. His voice was beautiful and suddenly touched my heart, moving me deeply. It was as if I was hearing the Adhan for the first time in my life, and I wept. My brother was surprised when I asked him to take me to the mosque so that I could pray with the congregation. . Many days passed as I was praying regularly in the mosque. Even fajr prayer I did not miss. Despite my instense suffering, I decided never to turn away from the path of Allah the Exalted. One night before fajr prayer, I saw my father in a dream, he had risen from his grave and patted me on my shoulder while I was weeping, and said to me ”O my son , do not grieve , for Allah has forgiven me because of you”. I felt very happy because of the good news and I went to pray and prostrate to Allah in gratitude. I saw the dream several times. . Years went by, and one morning, I was praying Fajr prayer in the mosque next to our house. I was sitting in a wheelchair at the end of the first row, and the Imam began to recite a long supplication. Du’a al Qunoot. I was deeply moved by his supplication; my tears rolled down and I felt my body trembling and my heart leaping from my chest. I felt death was close at hand. I calmed down suddenly and completed my prayer. After I said the Salam, I felt strength flowing through my body that I had never felt before. 👇👇👇

An emotional true story of the Mercy of Allah . M.S from Saudi Arabia tells us his story: He says, . ” I did not know the way to mosque e...

Handicapable: Damn: Disabled veteran goes off on cop who accuses him of illegally parking in handicapped spot! 😩😩😩👮‍♀️(Via @richthephotoman1) @worldstar WSHH
Handicapable: Damn: Disabled veteran goes off on cop who accuses him of illegally parking in handicapped spot! 😩😩😩👮‍♀️(Via @richthephotoman1) @worldstar WSHH

Damn: Disabled veteran goes off on cop who accuses him of illegally parking in handicapped spot! 😩😩😩👮‍♀️(Via @richthephotoman1) @worldsta...