La schizophrénie der Sprachen

After the storm 2 by (senseimike)
mallius:

the Fool’s true face smiles like a vicious thing, borne from obsidian and mist and fire 
(and those who see past his golden veneer, see it only once)
flipped.

mallius:

the Fool’s true face smiles like a vicious thing, borne from obsidian and mist and fire

(and those who see past his golden veneer, see it only once)

flipped.

skarpi:

(+3)

joyseeker56:

izzy-belle12:

❝ And I know now that I need to mend my mistake, and mend our bond. ❞

I think Brave is so under-estimated. Here is a strong female protagonist, who undergoes a trial which changes her for good. She goes from selfish, immature and rash, wanting to do things her own way, regardless of consequences, to accepting to change, and selfless and understanding. It’s done so well, in my opinion. People assume that the title Brave, just means that she was brave, and courageous. But no, she was brave enough to accept change, her own change and see the errors of her ways. 

Many times, when characters change, whether it be mindset or personality, they don’t exactly reflect back at their negative behaviors. Merida does that. She looks back at her character from the beginning of the movie and she realizes her flaws. God, Merida is one of the most beautiful characters ever. 

Admitting you are wrong and trying to fix it is one of the bravest things you can do.

bartmoeyaert:

Even if you just have one tile, that’s enough to dance.

bartmoeyaert:

Even if you just have one tile, that’s enough to dance.

If I feel strongly about anything, I get overwhelmed with emotion.

drhanniballecter:

houseofhannibal:

do any of us even care that hannibal is a cannibal

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"There was absolutely no reason for you to do that."