When we think of Fashion, typically: many things come to mind, like Runways, Fabrics, Colors, Fashion-Weeks all over the Planet, sponsored by the titans of the Fashion & various other industries. What does not, however, come across our minds is the thought of Charity. No matter how noble Philanthropy is, in an industry as fast-paced & focused on materialism, presence, the desire to look great at all times, being charitable really doesn’t fit the typical profile. But, fortunately, there exists fashion companies such as Meki-Vee.
Meki-Vee fashion production has just completed their very first charity fashion show. The Meki-Vee team truly pride themselves on giving back to the community and making a difference in the lives of others. This year, as they’ve prepare for the production of their fashion show, they desired to place important focus on their philanthropic efforts to raise monies for healthcare facilities, which is centered on helping children receive medical care from various illnesses, which is exactly why they believe Queens General Hospital is the ideal facilities for people to donate to, because of all this hospital does in Queens, NY.
For more info. about both Meki-Vee & Queens General Hospital:
I’ve been given an exclusive opportunity to interview Munir Avery, New York State’s first upcoming Muslim State-Senator:
I no longer get upset when People run Game…
…it just shows their insincerity, they’re lame…
…So, let them play their game, cause I have mine…
…I never rush to make moves, I just take my time…
…When I get turnt- up, there’s no slowin’ me down…
…I laugh at the come-up of the Derelict and Clown…
…People wanna be successful, by trying’ to ruin you…
…but, I’m always able to keep em lookin’ like a Fool…
…So, with no further adieu, let the Games begin…
…be prepared to lose, cause I always play to win.
I saw a beautiful Bird, just lying on the ground.
At first, I thought it injured, didn’t make a sound.
It wasn’t till I edged closer to it, that realized it dead.
My appreciation of the Bird’s beauty turned to dread.
It was a stark reminder, of the fact that Life is so short.
And, that Allah may take our lives, without any report.
He gives & makes Life so incredibly lovely.
But, then He imposes Death which is ugly.
It’s so painful, to witness the lifelessness of something once so elegant.
It stands as a sign that nothing lasts forever, lest we become arrogant.
The purpose of passing through life into Death, is to meet Allah on a higher plane.
But, if you choose to do what you wanna do, then, your Hereafter will be bane.