Leslie; 30, and female. I believe in the exchange of wisdom; music, and inspiration. I believe in knowing your heart and needs without it being dictated by someone else. I believe in home made, and self-made versus pretentious and entitled. I believe that moonstones are more precious then diamonds. I admire the game-changers, revolutionaries, innovators, and way-seers with the understanding that we're all working towards something and criticizing something that is imperfect in your perspective does not mean that it isn't changing the world. Speaking of, I believe in things outside of this planet, and the things to be discovered on it: spiritually, and proven through science. I believe in sometimes needing to be single, so you can figure yourself out. However, I believe in diving into relationships with people without a care on where it goes, too. I am a feminist, an Arab-American, an ex-Ex-Patriot that lived in Asia (and still visits), a belly dancer, a wearer of purple-ish boots, a knitter, and a culture curator of sorts. All I know, really, is that I love so much about this world and what's in it and I love to share it. Life is complicated and beautiful, so expect the bitter with the sweet here.Personal postsPhotos of MeMy list of Tumblr RecommendationsPosts I like (but don't always reblog)
“The damage to roads and other infrastructure caused by natural disasters can prevent the rapid provision of shelter and aid materials to survivors. Parachutes, however, can be used for aid delivery and distribution. Parachute Shelter provides both an aid kit and a shelter.
The parachute itself was inspired by the structure of umbrellas. Its folding frame opens when the parachute is dropped from the supply plane, and allows the parachute to be utilized as a stiff shelter on the ground. The aid box contains food, clothing, and emergency medical supplies.”