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god why are people saying jemma wants to eradicate inhumans

technically that’s what we know but she has no idea it’s a species she thinks it’s humans being infected by a horrible disease

she doesn’t want to eradicate a species for god’s sake she wants to eradicate a disease she doesn’t know it’s not a disease.

St. Vincent (aka Annie Clark) made her triumphant return to Toronto last night for the first of two sold-out shows at The Danforth Music Hall. The American artist had a fantastic 2014, reaching a career high in an already impressive body of work with her self-titled record, St. Vincent, topping pretty much everyone’s must-listen-to list and recently earning her a Grammy for Best Alternative Rock Album. 

anonymous asked:

hello im sorry if this is a "stupid" question, but I was wondering if you have anything similar to confession in Islam? I am Roman Catholic, and we have confession/reconciliation for our sins (at least twice a year). Is there anything like that in Islam? If so, how often must you go? Sorry again!

hello! Listen, please don’t worry about how your questions sound. They’re not stupid, i promise. 

We don’t have a confession per say, but we do have something called “tawba” which in arabic means “retreat.” It’s a type of repentance in which you basically just absolve to stop doing whatever sin it was that you were doing and return to what God commanded. You don’t have to talk to anyone about it, it can be just between you and God. You can if you want to, though- if telling someone might help you feel better, you can talk to a sheikh or anyone you trust. You can do it as often as you want and whenever you feel ready to.

In any case, all sins are forgivable if the person sincerely repents. 

“O ‘Ibaadi who have transgressed against themselves (by committing evil deeds and sins)! Despair not of the Mercy of Allaah, verily, Allaah forgives all sins. Truly, He is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful” [al-Zumar 39:53].

run boy run, a kcalb playlist

when you break by bear’s den // run boy run by woodkid // fire coming out of the monkey’s head by gorillaz // broken jaw by foster the people // isaac by bear’s den // war is kind by jakob dylan // little pistol by mother mother // things we lost in the fire by bastille // never wanted to dance by mindless self indulgence // invaders must die by the prodigy // hollow moon by awolnation

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Patricia Wen ‏@globepatty

Judge explains what is an “opening statement,” says “it’s a summary” of what they expect the evidence to be. “It’s to give you some context”

Patricia Wen ‏@globepatty

He said an opening statement is like the “picture outside the jigsaw puzzle box.” Jurors decide if they filled in each piece of the picture

Kevin Cullen ‏@GlobeCullen

As defense listens to judge’s instructions to jury, they must be thinking they won’t be able to say half of what they wanted to.

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a way of adressing someone you are romantically attatched to.

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As Luke gets stronger in the Force, Obi-Wan becomes more material to him. [Return of the Jedi] is the clearest we’ve ever seen a Force ghost. In A New Hope, he was just a voice. In the beginning of The Empire Strikes Back, […] you could barely see him. At the end of The Empire Strikes Back, you saw him a lot more clearer. And [in Return of the Jedi], we see him clearer still. And that, I believe, is because Luke, his ability to perceive these things is increasing. He can now see these things. He can feel these things. He’s stronger in the Force. - Sam Witwer (Rebel Force Radio Film Commentary for Return of the Jedi)