Respect my grind.
Kimberly Del Mundo Quinto,
but you can call me Kimbo.
9/11, JUNIOR @ James Logan High, 2013<3
Got my values and priorities on check.
Blessed with the best.
Simple things make me happy, best believe.
And for a moment, heaven and hell was a nonexistent belief that I had stopped caring about years ago. And then an angel of a friend told me, “Do you believe in heaven?”. I thought to myself, no I believe in science; that once we’re dead, our mind goes black and that’s the end of it. I told her that I didn’t know, and she said “I do. I know there’s a heaven”. And she told me about how her grandpa had seen it. How her grandpa was dead for 15-20 minutes, and during that time, he saw God. And God told him, “It’s not your time yet”, and woke him back up to life. At that moment, an adrenalin of realization came soaring through my body. I had been selfish. I had been rude and all sorts of bad things. I had neglected what I once thought was true. And in front of me was an angel, who claimed to believe that Heaven did exist. I look in the mirror, and I see my worry. My frustration. my stress and my sorrows. As I looked at myself in the mirror, that’s when I knew, there was a heaven and there was still hope.(10 months ago) 2 notes
Now for those of you who saw it on Netflix on the browse menu, and went right past it, let me inform you, I did the exact same thing. To be honest, I didn’t think it would be that great of a series because if it was, then it would’ve been on the tv by now. At first when I clicked the series and started watching it, I thought to myself, what did I get myself into? Girl on girl action? Boobies all over the place? Naked people? For a second there, I thought I was watching porn. But as time progressed, the absurd nudeness was then pushed back, describing an even bigger story. Actually, a few stories. This show is all about learning the lives of the inmates, who at first seem like hard heavy criminals. When their stories of why they were first locked up are revealed, you think, wow, these people aren’t so bad after all. Not only are they people like us, but because of what they’ve experieced they know how to defend themselves, both mentally and physically. Because of their crimes, you can tell that they have grown so much. What these inmates say are some real deep shit, either that or the writers of this series have quite the talent.(1 year ago) 12 notes