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Trinity Dome by Lawrence OP

“O eternal Trinity, O Divinity, O unfathomable abyss, O deepest sea, what greater gift could Thou givest me then Thy very Self? Thou art a fire that burns eternally yet never consumed, a fire that consumes with Thy heat my self-love. Again and again Thou art the fire who taketh away all cold heartedness and illuminateth the mind by Thy light, the light with which Thou hast made me to know Thy truth. By this mirrored light I know Thou are the highest good, a good above all good, a fortunate good, an incomprehensible good, an unmeasurable good, a beauty above all beauty, a wisdom above all wisdom, for Thou art wisdom itself, the the food of angels, the fire of love that Thou givest to man. Thou art the garment covering our nakedness. Thou feedest our family with Thy sweetness, a sweetness Thou art from which there is no trace of bitterness. O Eternal Trinity! Amen.” – St Catherine of Siena. 

 Detail from the Trinity Dome in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington DC.


So just finished playing RF4 after 84 years, and the lack of megane prince in the tags is upsetting ( ´△`)

Speedpaint may be added

Completed partially in stream, thank you to all who came :’)

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Jennifer Lawrence is not a feminist. Not by a long shot. There have been discussions about the many things that she has done, but no one has mentioned this so I thought I’d bring it up.

She watched as David O. Russell abused Amy Adams on the set or American Hustle. Not only did she ignore the abuse, but she continued to work with O. Russell, and it is likely that she will continue to do so until the end of her, or O. Russell’s career. So please don’t fucking tell me that she’s a “feminist queen” or someone to be admired.

“I was really just devastated on set, I mean, not every day, but most. Jennifer Lawrence doesn’t take any of it on. She’s Teflon. And I am not Teflon. But I also don’t like to see other people treated badly. It’s not OK with me. Life to me is more important than movies.” - Amy Adams, on working with David O. Russell on American Hustle