Reason to Live #9177
When your friends show you something that reminded them of you. – Guest Submission
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I think Hideo Kojima should make a Fallout game. In think that is something we should let him do. I think that would be fun.
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What is the point, you ask
Well i think the point is rewatching your favourite show once more and crying when it's over, and it's eating ripe pomegranates and pretending you're Persephone, and it's getting a thrill in your stomach when you see a text from them, and it's sleeping on fresh bedsheets, and it's taking a hot shower to relax your sore muscles, and it's admiring the rain and the stars and the moon and the sunrises and the art that is inspired by all the good that there is hidden in plain sight
The point is making the little things matter
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sufiiiiiiii · 2 days
"If I were to kiss you then go to hell, I would. So then I can brag with the devils I saw heaven without ever entering it"
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what-iz-life · 7 months
Be so fucking proud of yourself for passing the hardest moments alone while everyone believed you were fine.
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zegalba · 4 months
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Tomás Sánchez: Thought - Cloud (2008)
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heavyrain-dc · 1 year
One day you will thank yourself for never giving up.
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sam-spills-alot · 5 months
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wit-expansion · 10 months
📹 IG : @aquastory_miyakoisland
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venlo · 7 months
in my dream I sat and watched and listened to an entire song and music video in spanish that doesn't exist....
I'm not even semi fluent in Spanish...
my dream also included me meeting los campesinos but they were russian
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tongjaitongjai · 2 months
Subtext this. subtext that. subtext are meant to be less obvious, hidden. Subtle. But a UNICORN came back to live because of Arthur’s LOVE for Merlin. how is that SUBTLE? The Unicorn literally came back to live to declare that them gay, your honour. Very very gay.
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People like to romanticize the relationship between Zelda and Link in a whole “destined reincarnated soulmates” kind of way, but am I the only one who thinks it would be more interesting if Link didn’t love Zelda?
Like, think of it. Hylia is a Goddess, basically Hylian Jesus, and she loves this mortal man. A hero who stepped forward to defeat a Devil in the world’s hour of greatest need. But, he didn’t do it for her, he did it for the World. Even when he binds his soul to the Triforce, locking himself in an endless pattern of reincarnation with her against the Devil Demise, it’s not because he loves her. He loves Hyrule and its people.
But that’s okay, maybe in the next life they can be?
But it isn’t. Over and over, Hylia becoming Zelda, Link doesn’t love her. He loves Hyrule. He loves to dance to its music and ride its fields and wants to preserve it against the threat of Demise. He loves different women each time, and sometimes it is Hylia’s reincarnation, but they’re never the core of his heart.
It’s always Hyrule that he loves. From it’s savage and arid deserts to the cold and harsh tundra, he loves it, and steps forward to save it each time.
Duty, he calls it. Responsibility and Purpose, but Hylia/Zelda knows the truth. He’ll never love her the way she wants him to.
Hyrule will always be Link’s first and greatest love.
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broomsick · 2 months
Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely adore deity depictions made by artists online. However, it sometimes gets unsettling when deities whose aspects are centered around entirely nonviolent concepts are drawn as hyperviolent, warrior-type of characters. This is especially common in depictions of Norse deities. I can understand why this tendency would be, considering some of these depictions are made for promoting video games, and such. It’s plenty more surprising, however, when such drawings can be traced back to pagan sources. Now, this highlights a larger, more concerning issue: the general perception of Norse deities by pagan informational websites. It gets easy to distinguish between the pagan sources I want to look into and those I want to avoid, based on the general image of some deities that they choose to present. I know I’ve talked about this in the past, but if you spread information on Norse deities but depict them all as “warrior Gods”—by only relying on hyperviolent representations even in the case of more “peace-oriented” deities for example, it shows you don’t care to go deeper than your surface-level understanding of a mythological pantheon that’s filled with diverse figures and nuance. And it’s especially concerning when this type of perception is spread by websites that advertise themselves as being 100% factual and unbiased. These types of sources generally reduce deities to a fixed list of aspects (“This or that deity is the god of this, period”) and it doesn’t help new pagans at all to explore the pantheon and their own perception of it. (This tendency is especially common on New Age websites, as they also tend to put up lists of unmovable correspondences while reducing the importance of UPG and personal belief in deity associations.) It doesn’t spark skepticism, reflection or curiosity. Let me illustrate: if someone who’s questioning their spiritual path and considering becoming pagan sees a super intimidating and ferocious depiction of Óðinn, accompanied by the caption “He is the god of death and war:))” (implied: he is the god of mostly that), they will likely not consider right away other important aspects of Óðinn as a deity, such as his association with wisdom, poetry, the afterlife and other, vastly more nuanced elements of his myth. Websites who present hyperviolent depictions of pretty much all Norse deities, even in the case of Frø or Njörðr, more often than not have some sort of ties with the far right or even sometimes with white supremacy. At the top of my head, I could even name at least two folkish pagan websites I stumbled upon simply because I was baffled by the images they put up online and sought to see who’d commission such pictures. These sorts of website also tend to reduce deities to a handful of personality traits and this can lead new pagans to view them as entirely two-dimensional. It’s a dead giveaway for sources to avoid, in my opinion. If you are a new pagan who seeks to better understand a deity’s areas of influence and general personality, I would advise you to double-check sources, to keep researching and researching until you’ve consciously made your own opinion of them. Don’t right away believe the very first source you stumble upon. This is all a personal thought I’m trying to express as clearly as possible, and if any of you guys have anything to add, don’t hesitate to share your own thoughts and experiences! I would be delighted to hear about them.
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philosophybits · 2 months
The subjective thinker is not a man of science, but an artist. Existing is an art. The subjective thinker is aesthetic enough to give his life aesthetic content, ethical enough to regulate it, and dialectical enough to penetrate it with thought.
Søren Kierkegaard, Concluding Unscientific Postscript
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what-iz-life · 6 months
Being with someone who wants to learn about your past history, not to punish or hurt you, but to learn how you need to be loved
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verstimmt · 2 years
Be a safe place for the people you love.
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