hope in humanity

every night I sleep less and less, but tonight in the dark of the lonely morning there is a bird outside my window and he is singing

I wonder at how he knew to wait until tonight to speak if he was there all along

—  Excerpt; “How do you always know when it is the nick of time”
Why do I even bother writing TWDTH anymore? All Anon functions are disabled, thanks to this arsenugget. If you're so brave, tell me who you are so I can thank you for your douchbaggery.

Sinead Rivka,

A new review has been posted to your story.

Story: Things We Don’t Tell Humans
Chapter: 72. Dark of the Moon Arc: The Tin Can Parade

From: Guest
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:Bro, I for real liked this but it feels like you keep cheating. Megatron is the bad guy-surprise! Hacked. Barricade? Spy! Mikaela? Hacked! Soundwave? Hacked worried daddy! Banachek? Priest of Primus! Mearing? A total canon b*** who is completely counterproductive-surprise! actually a stand-up lady who nobly wants to protect everyone if only ?unknown forces? weren’t preventing her! I will bet all my monies Shockwave will turn out to have been blackmailed or hacked or Elita’s long-lost twin. Reading chapter by chapter it was ok, but I just reread everything and it’s kind of making me NUTS. I’m all for happy endings, but the constant shortcuts to them are making me crazy. Just something to maybe think about…

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I have a dream.
A dream that one day I will have courage.
Courage to fight when needed,
speak up when it’s needed,
and hold my tongue when it’s not.
I have a dream.
A dream that I can be brave.
To say that I love,
to be the hero that’s needed,
and admit mistakes when made.
I have a dream.
One filled with hope.
Hope for the future,
for people,
for the world.
I have a dream.
I dream filled with wonder.
A wonder for the world around me,
for the laughter of children,
for the happiness of everyone.
I have a dream.
I have a dream to be human.
—  via poem anon
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99-Year-Old Lady Sews A Dress A Day For Children In Need 

Lillian Weber, a 99-year-old good Samaritan from Iowa, has spent the last few years sewing a dress a day for the Little Dresses For Africa charity, a Christian organization that distributes dresses to children in need in Africa and elsewhere.

Weber’s goal is to make 1,000 dresses by the time she turns 100 on May 6th. So far, she’s made more than 840. Though she says she could make two a day, she only makes one – but each single dress she makes per day is personalized with careful stitchwork. She hopes that each little girl who receives her dress can take pride in her new garment.

ATTACKING SOMEONE FOR BEING WHITE IS NOT EQUALITY

ATTACKING SOMEONE FOR BEING STRAIGHT IS NOT EQUALITY

ATTACKING SOMEONE FOR BEING CIS OR MALE IS NOT EQUALITY

ATTACKING PEOPLE BECAUSE OF THEIR GENETICS IS NOT PROMOTING EQUALITY AND IF YOU DO IT YOU ARE LITERALLY PART OF THE PROBLEM

Go for it

1. The meaning behind my URL

2. A picture of me

3. Why I love my bestfriend

4. Last time I cried and why

5. Piercings I have

6. Favorite Band

7. Biggest turn off(s)

8. Top 5 (insert subject)

9. Tattoos I want

10. Biggest turn on(s)

11. Age

12. Ideas of a perfect date

13. Life goal(s)

14. Piercings I want

15. Relationship status

16. Favorite movie

17. A fact about my life

18. Phobia

19. Middle name

20. Anything you want to ask

I edit the look of my blog whenever you edit my feelings.
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Even when it doesn’t seem like it, Rose always listens to even the most trivial things the Doctor says.