Three Days, Three Quotes Challenge – Day Three

So today is the last day of the Three Days, Three Quote Challenge. Day 1 and Day 2 is here in case you missed them. Thank you again, HeyGirl for the nomination!!

HeyGirl writes about her thoughts and lessons that has learned and still is learning. She has inspirational posts, book reviews, and more.

The last quote is:

“If God wanted me to be quiet, he would’ve never showed me what he does.”  – Tupac

This quote basically reflects my life and the type of person I am since I was a child. Ask anyone who actually knows me personally, I am always going on rants about things related to social justice, mental health, and the unfair treatment of people in non-dominant groups. Whether in class, in assignments/projects, in a causal conversation or to myself, I talk a lot about social justice issues ever since I was a child. Some of the things I talk about affect me directly and some of them don’t. One of the main ways to get me to talk for a while is to prompt me with a social justice question and/or mental health. I have notice things since I was child and learned about them in depth while I was in high school and college (and still learning as I am being exposed to more information and experiences).

I have always been observant and quiet, I don’t talk unless I have something meaningful to say. And I believe that part of the reason that I have witnessed, learned about, and/or directly experienced certain situations is because I am meant to talk about them in a meaningful way that encompasses the full picture or at least most of the important elements. Now I am not a religious person, but I do have my own spiritual relationship with God/the universe/higher power whatever you want to call it. I believe I was shown and still being shown certain things because I was meant to learn about them, talk/write about them, and do something about it in whatever way I can. Side note: Tupac is also one of my favorite rappers, so I love this quote even more. If you watch some of Tupac’s old interviews and read/listen to some of his song lyrics, he spoke about social justice.

Here are the Rules:

1. Thank the person who nominated you.

2. Post a quote for three consecutive days (1 quote for each day).

3. Nominate three bloggers each day.

My Nominees:
Today, I’m nominating these bloggers



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3 thoughts on “Three Days, Three Quotes Challenge – Day Three”

  1. This is a powerful quote and I love your explanation of the quote in relation to how it fits you. Tupac is also one of my favorite rappers and I love how he was vulnerable and wasn’t scared to show all sides of who he was. Thank you for also being open and sharing more about who you are.

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