Wax Sellers of Wentworth Street | ph: Jeremy Freedman
On Spitalfields.com - a website dedicated to documenting the sellers at the market - is a photo series accompanied by interviews with Nigerian businesswomen who buy and sell textiles along with much more. The images are immediately striking and interviews reveal the breadth of the
When you make a mistake, unfortunately, the critics and naysayers come out of the woodwork. People will tell you, “You’re all washed up. It’s too late.” If you wear that label, it will keep you from the amazing future God has in store. God says, “My mercy is bigger than any mistake.” God says, “I can still get you to your destiny.” God says, “I will give you beauty for those ashes. I’ll pay you back double for the unfair things that have happened.” You wouldn’t be alive unless God had another victory in your future. Why don’t you take off the “washed up” label? Take off the “failure,” “guilty,” “condemned” labels and put on some new labels: redeemed, restored, forgiven, bright future, new beginning.
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The bravest woman on Earth.
You know what, after she woke up in the hospital, the first damn thing she did was start reading and writing again. She is so brave.