Full of faults.

This is a diary of sorts. Lot's of personal stuff and text posts. Nothing really interesting or important.

All I do is bitch.

This is my corner, leave me alone

*devil horns*
BLEEEEH!

 

timewoven:

the-ankle-rocker:

Wears a mask and he’s dressed in red… ok, he’s on the team!

I agree, Shy guy is amazing, very nice idea :)

timewoven:

the-ankle-rocker:

Wears a mask and he’s dressed in red… ok, he’s on the team!

I agree, Shy guy is amazing, very nice idea :)

geesi:

Burmese monk Wirathu is on the cover of July 2013 Time Maganzine. Wirathu has been leading a plot to ethnically cleanse the Rohingya people. The Rohingya people are Muslims. He has compared Muslims to “African carp” and has described them as “quick breeding and violent.” His speeches have been blamed for the rise of violence against the Rohingya people. In his recent sermon, he described the reported massacre of schoolchildren and other Muslim inhabitants in the central city of Meiktila in March, documented by a human rights group, as “a show of strength”The Muslims are suffering. Please keep them in your duas(prayers).

I’ve mentioned this to people before and a lot of the time people are in disbelief that there are “militant” buddhists. 
Others have insinuated that the muslims deserve this because of the numerous groups such as boko haram, the taliban, and al qaeda that target pretty much anyone who isn’t muslim
I guess it’s from people thinking that buddhism is entirely nonviolent and that the monks are these super calm individuals. Which is true, for the most part. Violence isn’t part of the buddhist religion, but violence really isn’t part of any of todays religions. 
But put into a historical context, is didn’t matter what religion a person belonged to when they were seeking power. Muslim, Jew, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu and so on.
Religion has power behind it. Not a spiritual power necessarily (that’s for you to decide) but more of a communal power. You could have all the differences in the world with a person but if you have the same spiritual beliefs then you have a common ground. When multiple people share the same idea there’s more opportunity to influence that group by appealing and supporting that idea. People become a collective consciousness and when there is someone spreading radical and hateful ideas in conjunction with appealing to the masses, terrible stuff can happen. 
Now muslims don’t deserve this. No group deserves to be oppressed and “cleansed”. Those who perpetrate these heinous acts and hide behind religion to gain control of others are nothing but evil individuals and nothing more. They’re not martyers nor heroes, they’er just monsters. 
I believe religion is one of the most beautiful things humanity has developed, but the rose is covered in thorns. 

geesi:

Burmese monk Wirathu is on the cover of July 2013 Time Maganzine. Wirathu has been leading a plot to ethnically cleanse the Rohingya people. The Rohingya people are Muslims. He has compared Muslims to “African carp” and has described them as “quick breeding and violent.” His speeches have been blamed for the rise of violence against the Rohingya people. In his recent sermon, he described the reported massacre of schoolchildren and other Muslim inhabitants in the central city of Meiktila in March, documented by a human rights group, as “a show of strength”
The Muslims are suffering. Please keep them in your duas(prayers).

I’ve mentioned this to people before and a lot of the time people are in disbelief that there are “militant” buddhists. 

Others have insinuated that the muslims deserve this because of the numerous groups such as boko haram, the taliban, and al qaeda that target pretty much anyone who isn’t muslim

I guess it’s from people thinking that buddhism is entirely nonviolent and that the monks are these super calm individuals. Which is true, for the most part. Violence isn’t part of the buddhist religion, but violence really isn’t part of any of todays religions. 

But put into a historical context, is didn’t matter what religion a person belonged to when they were seeking power. Muslim, Jew, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu and so on.

Religion has power behind it. Not a spiritual power necessarily (that’s for you to decide) but more of a communal power. You could have all the differences in the world with a person but if you have the same spiritual beliefs then you have a common ground. When multiple people share the same idea there’s more opportunity to influence that group by appealing and supporting that idea. People become a collective consciousness and when there is someone spreading radical and hateful ideas in conjunction with appealing to the masses, terrible stuff can happen. 

Now muslims don’t deserve this. No group deserves to be oppressed and “cleansed”. Those who perpetrate these heinous acts and hide behind religion to gain control of others are nothing but evil individuals and nothing more. They’re not martyers nor heroes, they’er just monsters. 

I believe religion is one of the most beautiful things humanity has developed, but the rose is covered in thorns. 

sewbro:

an old doodle of Julian I found in a sketchbook I took with my when I was waiting for a friend to get out of class.

I may get a plush of this cute little guy made for me. 
Couldn’t find my favorite picture of him but this one is cool. 
I’m kind of excited, hope it happens. 

sewbro:

an old doodle of Julian I found in a sketchbook I took with my when I was waiting for a friend to get out of class.

I may get a plush of this cute little guy made for me. 

Couldn’t find my favorite picture of him but this one is cool. 

I’m kind of excited, hope it happens. 

feggotdesu:

dating me means dating my anxiety and my random spouts of depression it means dating my panic attacks at 11pm or 2 am or 5am or anytime of the day for that matter it means dating my mood swings where i get really upset over everything about me and all my insecurities and how i’m not good enough because i’m never good enough

In other words why I’m single. 

For future reference

if anyone needs to talk to someone I’m here. 

I mean my life may suck but I give good advice.

I don’t follow my own advice of course, but I’m a good listener nonetheless.

nolan-kane:

CNT/FAI and P.O.U.M. posters of the Spanish Civil War

arssubtilis:

“No pasaran!” became the watchword of the Loyalist forces defending Madrid. Despite numerous attempts to take the city, Madrid held out until the very end of the war, not falling until Spring, 1939.
This particular poster comes from the CNT-FAI. The CNT was the major Anarcho-Syndicalist union in Spain, and the FAI was their military wing.

I’m at this point in my book about the Spanish civil war.

arssubtilis:

“No pasaran!” became the watchword of the Loyalist forces defending Madrid. Despite numerous attempts to take the city, Madrid held out until the very end of the war, not falling until Spring, 1939.

This particular poster comes from the CNT-FAI. The CNT was the major Anarcho-Syndicalist union in Spain, and the FAI was their military wing.

I’m at this point in my book about the Spanish civil war.

dancys:

“Honestly, [the arrow necklace] was a choice that Scarlett herself made as her character. Her relationship with Hawkeye will become very clear in Avengers 2.” - Joe Russo

Wow, that’s a very small hint. 

I mean it makes sense for her character to have something that couldn’t be used against her in any way, but it’s just so small and inconspicuous it makes me think how many more pieces of mise en scene are just hidden all over these movies. 

Anonymous asked
If you had one wish, what would it be?

IDK

I would like to say, “to have her back” but I mean she’s happy now. I failed her, I let my depression kill our bond. She’s moved on to better things. 

My wish therefore would be the end of human suffering.