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Welcome to a magical land...

YURI

Welcome to a magical land...
YURI
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Be somebody nobody thought you could be.

William Chapman (via illumiaow)

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coltre:

Today I took this picture of my lovely girl Marta while she was reading Baudelaire.

Queen
ohsatsune:

"There are storms in this world that spark fire in your soul and storms that leave you in the dark." — a shell in a storm, Jenn Satsune
[to read ‘a shell in a storm,’ go here]
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We’re all going to die, all of us, what a circus! That alone should make us love each other but it doesn’t. We are terrorized and flattened by trivialities, we are eaten up by nothing.

Charles Bukowski, The Captain is Out to Lunch and the Sailors have taken over the Ship, 1998 (via epiksighs)

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When Nickelodeon, in 2009, told us they wanted us to come back and do another series where we could do whatever we wanted, the first thought we had was: Let’s do a story about the next Avatar. That was the first thought. The second thought was: Let’s make it a girl. And we didn’t just stop there, we wanted everything about Korra, pretty much everything, to be different than Aang, to be opposites. Aang was this peaceful monk, a little trickster who wanted to kinda hide from the problems and not shoulder responsibility. He had to learn to become the hero, and we wanted Korra to be the fighter, to be really a go-getter, she wanted the responsibility, she reveled in it, in her title. But she had to learn to let go of her ego and become a more balanced spiritual being. And so in a lot of ways they had opposite arcs. A lot of things mirror each other in their development, but yeah they were kind of on opposite paths. It was deliberate; it kinda worked out?

Bryan Konietzko, answering the question if Korra and Aang represent opposites, x (via epiksighs)

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