█ ▌The Ink ;

❝ I can’t blame people for doubting about my skills.
Not everday you see a person manipulating a liquid
that looks like water but can be as solid as IRON.
So dark & toxic – Suffocating if you stare for so long.

Just like in the ancient China, the ink came from the
basic lements; NATURE. FIRE. & much WATER.

As an inkmancer, you can’t manipulate one element
nor train one to be stronger than the other. It’s all about
BALANCE;The perfect equilibrium of your body
represented by those elements mentioned above.

NATURE . for the spirit ; the purity & the willpower.
FIRE . for your building ; the physical strength.
WATER . for emotions ; the empathy & understanding.

—–Three marks . to remind me who I am since the
moment I dominated this talent. Impossible to remove.

but please, don’t be afraid.I won’t burn, impale or drown you
each time we meet us. I can do all that and MORE in a
single trip. ALL. AT. ONCE.—–❞

White Fragility is a state in which even a minimum amount of racial stress becomes intolerable, triggering a range of defensive moves. These moves include the outward display of emotions such as anger, fear, and guilt, and behaviors such as argumentation, silence, and leaving the stress-inducing situation. These behaviors, in turn, function to reinstate white racial equilibrium. Racial stress results from an interruption to what is racially familiar. These interruptions can take a variety of forms and come from a range of sources, including: 

  • Suggesting that a white person’s viewpoint comes from a racialized frame of reference (challenge to objectivity); 
  • People of color talking directly about their racial perspectives (challenge to white racial codes); 
  • People of color choosing not to protect the racial feelings of white people in regards to race (challenge to white racial expectations and need/entitlement to racial comfort); 
  • People of color not being willing to tell their stories or answer questions about their racial experiences (challenge to colonialist relations); 
  • A fellow white not providing agreement with one’s interpretations (challenge to white solidarity); 
  • Receiving feedback that one’s behavior had a racist impact (challenge to white liberalism); 
  • Suggesting that group membership is significant (challenge to individualism); 
  • An acknowledgment that access is unequal between racial groups (challenge to meritocracy);
  • Being presented with a person of color in a position of leadership (challenge to white authority); 
  • Being presented with information about other racial groups through, for example, movies in which people of color drive the action but are not in stereotypical roles, or multicultural education (challenge to white centrality). 

–Robin DiAngelo, “White Fragility” 


Fareeha steps onto the mats and easily catches the staff that Angela tosses towards her. “Please don’t hold back, Ranger Ziegler,” she says, and spins the staff in one hand.

Inspired by another really good pharmercy fic recommended to me, 
Equilibrium by caesurae @gravehelm


How flat can a planet be?

“So how close could we actually get to a flat planet? One strategy would be to take a solid slab of material – stone, steel, or something even harder like diamond or graphene – and build the largest flat disk you could. If you used conventional materials like this, you could create a thin, flat disk many hundreds of kilometers in radius that was stable. In other words, you could make a flat world that was larger than any object in our asteroid belt, and possibly even nearly the size of our Moon.”

We have some pretty good definitions of what it takes to be a planet, and one part of that definition is that a world needs to be massive enough to pull itself into hydrostatic equilibrium. In the absence of external forces and rotation, that means it will be a perfect sphere. But what about if you allow the other forces to come into play? In addition to the many interesting features you’ll get, one of them is a flattening of your world. So that brings up the question of how flat a planet could possibly be? This isn’t just theory; our own Solar System has a great example that you’ll want to see for yourself!

The world may be very close to a perfect sphere, but not all worlds are. Come find out the science of why!

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Ir, sobretudo, em frente 👊👣

Só amor ❤

Aqui tudo é energia 👊

Blessed 🙏

E que tudo de ruim vire amor 💜💫

A felicidade me guia 😆

Make your own happiness you priority 💬🍃

Você atrai o que transmite 🍃

Sou amor da cabeça aos pés ❤

God is good all the time 👊❤🙏

Brilhando em vida, sorrindo a toa 🌴

Aceite-se 🌸

Be the equilibrium 🍃

Peace in soul 👊💫

can we talk about how Zuko was the only character Katara was able to emotionally confide in in the entire show and she had to be the confidant for literally everyone else, but also Katara also allows Zuko to confide in her in return and there’s a beautiful equilibrium that sets the stage for a healthy, loving relationship