You never really forget them. <333
one of my all time favourite photos
so don’t even tell me i matter, because i don’t.
I don’t matter
If you poke a hole in cloth, severing a thread, is it not true that the threads around it stretch and stray, begging for repair?
If you are wounded, don’t all the other cells in your body rush to that areas aid?
If you cry, or die, or do anything at all, don’t other people respond in some manner towards you?
It is not ludicrous at all to think that you are important! There is no audacity in thinking you matter!
What you are truly asking in saying that you don’t matter is, “How much do I matter?” But that’s not the point. Because what is truly ludicrous, what is truly crazy, is trying to define yourself as a value compared to everyone else.
People are so used to trying to define themselves so specifically; in doing so, it becomes impossible to love ones own originality. For example: “If I am the smartest, I claim value as being smart.” “If I’m the prettiest, I claim value as being pretty.” Or, even, “If I show that I am abysmally miserable, I can claim value in my misery and be defined as someone who sees no value in myself”.
How much you matter, and your true value, can only be determined by you! And your value, no matter how hard you try, can be shown as insignificantly tiny or monumentally important depending on your perspective! It is perspective that determines a comparison!
But please, don’t compare without learning what your value is in the first place. You have value. You have potential. How much or how little you matter shouldn’t matter in the first place, because the fact of the matter is, you are important. You don’t have to prove or disprove that. Just learn to value yourself and value the world and people around you, and you’ll see that you really, truly matter.
“900 years of time and space, and I haven’t met anybody who wasn’t important.” -The Doctor
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Let me spin a tale that is, for once, real…
A fabric lay across a field. The threads
Stitched time and space. Its feel, though quite surreal,
Was there. It’s name eluded many heads:
“Is this Death’s embrace? Or life’s tapestry?
Are we the threads, or are we the spinners?”
We’ve stretched the quilt, argued its ancestry,
And fumbled over which side is “inner”.
It never mattered; yet, it’s divided.
We knit patterns, forge needles, cut and sew,
With what right? By which string are you guided?
I’ve patched reality with what I know:
Here. There is collective warmth here to share.
Threads will cross - to be fabric, we must care.
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As a society, we are fascinated by fictional psychopaths. Humankind has an ‘ongoing… fascination with tales of gruesome murders and evil villain. Popular culture abounds with depictions of the mad and the bad; and aberrant psychology has proved a fertile source of such material to the novelist and the reader alike. Perhaps no single disorder holds as much morbid cultural appeal as psychopathy.
There is no question… that readers feel empathy with and sympathy for fictional characters and other aspects of fictional worlds’, yet it is difficult to see how one can empathise and identify with a character who is himself incapable of empathy. If empathy and identification are both the goal and the reward of reading literature, then we are left with a striking ambivalence which needs to be explored.
you don’t know pain or agony until you’ve lost to the same boss fight more than 3 times
and then you have the unskippable cutscene dialogue memorized, so you start repeating it in a mocking, angry voice
Thank you, Ms. JK Rowling. Thank you so much for Harry.
An interesting model of our solar system’s path as it travels through space in the Milky Way.
Certainly a departure from usual models that show the Sun as a static object, which it certainly isn’t
I had no idea this was happening. Where are we going?
To fuck some shit up
omg i just realized why mario and luigi are red and green
how i didn’t see that i’m so stupid
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