If just looking could be so satisfying, why was I always striving to have things or to get things done?

If just looking could be so satisfying, why was I always striving to have things or to get things done? Certainly I had never suspected that the key to my private reality might lie in so apparently simple a skill as the ability to let the senses roam unfettered by purposes. I began to wonder whether eyes and ears might not have a wisdom of their own.

~ Marion Milner, A Life of One’s Own (Routledge, May 5, 2011)

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Next proyect! Cute Hogwarts pet House in process (Sorry for the bad quality)

I hope do you like it! 🐼🐍

“You could be great, you know, it’s all here in your head, and Slytherin will help you on the way to greatness, no doubt about that.”
J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

Ambition House Blend from Riddles Tea Shoppe & Curiosities

What the Hogwarts Houses Want Most

Gryffindor: They want enjoyment. They want a story, to feel complete. It doesn’t matter what they want, all that matters is that they enjoy it. They could enjoy getting justice and therefore want to be a lawyer, or they could be an adrenaline junkie and therefore skydive. Also they want their lives to be like a story. They want ups and downs, a beginning, middle, and end.

Slytherin: They want what’s best for themselves. This does not necessarily mean they are mean, vicious people. They can be kind and sweet, but deep down they know that they are the one person that will always be there. They are the one that knows themselves and their ambitions best. 

Hufflepuff: Hufflepuffs want what’s best for everyone. They are fair and just. They want to be happy themselves, but they do not like it when others are unhappy. In no way does this indicate weakness. Other people make them strong. Sometimes they can be unhappy with others because Hufflepuffs feel as if they are the only ones that care. This isn’t true, though. Lots of people appreciate them and all they do, so don’t feel discouraged.

Ravenclaw: Knowledge and understanding are their favorite words. They just have this need to know things. They use their minds so much because they can’t turn them off. This is where the “individuality” trait comes from. All these thoughts just spark inspiration, they can’t help it that they want to share a piece of themselves to the world. Whether this “understanding” is used for science, or for their friend’s problems it does not matter. Ravenclaws just simply want to explore the possibilities and experience it all. Curiosity is their language.