God is

“I’ve not ever used (the beekeeping hat) with my bees,” he says. “They haven’t (stung me) yet, because right now I’m not trying to harvest honey or anything, I’m just feeding them… I think they understand, ‘Hey, don’t bother this guy, he’s got sugar water here.' 

There’s a concerted effort to bring bees back onto the planet … We do not realize that they are the foundation, I think, of the growth of the planet, the vegetation… I have so many flowering things and I have a gardener too. Because she takes care of the bees too, all she does is figure out, 'OK, what would they like to have?’, so we’ve got acres and acres of clover, we’re planting stuff like lavender, I’ve got like, maybe 140 magnolia trees, big blossoms.”


Sora Takenouchi and Yamato Ishida, aged four and seven

Before Yamato hit puberty at the age of ten, he was … shorter than Sora. That is too cute. <3

(Source: Digimon Series Memorial Book)

ACHILLES

                                           - Quotations from Literature

‘Sing, Goddess, the wrath of Peleus’ son Achilles, a destroying wrath which brought upon the Achaeans myriad woes, and sent forth to Hades most valiant souls of heroes.’ - Homer, The Illiad

‘But you, Achilles, There is not a man in the world more blest than you– There never has been, never will be one. Time was, when you were alive, we Argives,  honoured you as a god, and now down here, I see You Lord it over the dead in all your power. So grieve no more at dying, great Achilles.’ - Homer, The Odyssey  

‘When he died, all things soft and beautiful and bright would be buried with him’ - Madeline Miller, The Song of Achilles

‘We were like Gods at the dawning of the world.’ - Madeline Miller, The Song of Achilles

‘He is a weapon, a killer. Do not forget it. You can use a spear as a walking stick, but that will not change its nature.’ - Madeline Miller, The Song of Achilles

‘There is no glory in death to me, shining Odysseus! By the gods, I’d rather slave on earth for another man– Some dirt-poor serf who scrapes to keep alive—than rule down here over all the breathless dead.’ - Homer, The Odyssey