picture worth a thousand words

Firemen Smack Race Baiters In The Face With AWESOME Photo

A picture is worth a thousand words, or so they say, but some can be worth so much more if they have the right message within them, and a group of Tennessee firefighters proved exactly that with a photo that’s gone ultra-viral which is a direct slap in the face to the race baiting that’s been happening recently.

Continue reading at http://madworldnews.com/firemen-smack-race-baiters/

MBTI by English proverbs

INFJ: “Still waters run deep.”

INFP: “It’s better to travel hopefully than to arrive.” 

ENFJ: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”

ENFP: “Laughter is the best medicine.”

ISTJ: “Do right and fear no man.”

ISFJ: “There’s no place like home.”

ESTJ: “Business before pleasure.”

ESFJ: “There is safety in numbers.”

ISTP: “A bad workman blames his tools.”

ISFP: “A picture is worth a thousand words.”

ESTP: “Rules are made to be broken.”

ESFP: “Seize the day.”

INTJ: “Hope for the best and prepare for the worst.”

INTP: “Every why has a wherefore.”

ENTJ: “You can’t make an omelet without breaking a few eggs.”

ENTP: “All’s fair in love and war.”

“Feeling alone in a crowd full of people”

Funny story. At this concert there was a photographer going around and taking pictures. Afterwards, he posted them on a website and the link was passed around. When I received the link I started scrolling through all the pictures. I came across this one and was shocked. He captured how I feel on a daily basis is one shot.

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A picture is worth a thousand words?

Skylar says that candids tell people how the day went, so this is how today went:

It was really hot today.

There was whining.

Small arguments with the photographer.

Showed the photographer how uncomfortable my pose was with a smile on my face.

Waited for by-passers (ex. jogger) to get out of the background.

Laughed at trees.

There was lots of wind.

All Clexa thing is based on a kiss. Ok. I get it, you have a kiss. But Bellarke has much more…

Trust.

Protecting each other:

people seeing it

Together:

Beautiful moments

A picture is worth than a thousand words and we have many

you-will-see-the-light-again asked:

When I try to write a story I struggle to space out major events. I always feel like I want to jump the story right in, but I believe that isn't the way to go. What is the best way to build up to a major event?

Struggling to space out events is a plot/pacing issue, and a common one at that. Many writers want to jump into to the good stuff, but the problem with doing that is then you miss out on an important ingredient in storytelling: anticipation.

Anticipation is what your reader experiences as a result of building tension in your story. They want to find out what comes next. 

Since a picture is worth a thousand words, here’s a diagram of a Freytag Pyramid. You may have seen one of these in school.

In short, your plot should roughly follow something like this. While there are some minor variations on this formula, most stories do follow this or something like it. 

Anticipation is built during the inciting incident and rising action phases. You want to get that right or else the climax of your story, the reason your reader has been reading, is going to be a fizzle instead of a pop.

Keeping this structure in mind while you work on plot should be helpful. Here’s also our tags on plot and pacing

-Graphei

*Note: The graphic is from here.