and two become one

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Past Laurent becomes more agreeable and stops actively trying to kill Damen though he continues to show his claws and Damen continues to be helplessly charmed. Laurent begins taking swordfighting lessons from the man he’s intending to fight; this makes sense in his own head, how better to prepare? And he has a discrepancy now, in his head, between Damen (who he has met here in the future), and Damianos (who killed his brother). If he spoke of this to Damen, Damen would tell him he is one and the same, but Laurent does not speak of it.

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tfw the DJ transitions one song you adore into another song you adore but you never imagined could go with that other song and you literally feel your soul ascend to a higher plane of existence and your life has been changed forever by the beauty of these two musical experiences becoming one new and singular musical experience


in love the paradox occurs that two beings become one and yet remain two.                                                                                                                        erich fromm


I kind of like the implication that Aang went through this brief period of “Fuck the Fire Nation,” after finding out that his people had been massacred. 

The show doesn’t focus too much on Aang’s grief in Book 1, but I feel like this meshes well with my headcanon about Aang being reminded of Kuzon while talking to Katara in “The Storm,” which ultimately leads to him reminiscing about him in “The Blue Spirit.” 

seeing seventeen crying at their fanmeet had me crying and thinking about how much they went through. from training relentlessly and being promised a debut date only for it to keep getting pushed back so they trained harder, sang harder, rapped harder, danced harder all day and all night only to be told time and time again that their debut wasn’t ready but here we are now two years later and they’ve become one of the most popular groups in the industry and have been recognized as ‘self-producing’ idols, have unique and amazing choreography, keep producing hit songs that top the charts and have an enormous fanbase that just keeps growing day by day. i hope they know that their family, friends and fans are so proud of them. so proud of them for staying humble despite their rising popularity. so proud of them for not giving up even when things got tough. so proud of them for chasing their dreams and showing the world their passion. thank you seventeen for all that you’ve done.


When I first met you, I honestly did not know you were going to be this important to me.

jedimasterjaina  asked:

Share some GOTG headcannons?


jeez okay uh,,, im That Guy most definitely so here goes

i have one (1) – that Mentioned Scene which infused me with life eternally where peter told gamora the david hasslehoff story whilst drunk (iconic, i love them, i would die for them, they are so bad at feelings but theyre in love okay u guys) also involved:

- peter lying down on the floor at some point and refusing to move (”my bed is r’ly hard g’mora” “that’s the floor” “huh …. ‘kay, i l’v here now i guess”)

- gamora gently but awkwardly draping a blanket over him and then happily taking his bed, bc captain’s quarters obviously has the biggest bed, lit

- at some point (probably before he lies face down on the floor) peter gives gamora a hug, bc he is super duper drunk, and she nearly misses the fact that he mutters “you smell real pretty” bc she’s mentally going through a list of reasons why his hug most certainly does not make her feel safe

- that’s ridiculous. he smells a little weird. he’s drunk. that’s ridiculous. shut up, gamora, you’re a highly trained assassin. you’re not going all warm and fuzzy because a drunk idiot is hugging you. you’re not

- (i mean objectively peter gives great hugs but thats just my opinion. im sure gamora agrees)

- peter also probably says something like “you’re like my bestest friend in the universe” in a slurred voice from the floor, Post-David Hasslehoff Story (bc gamora had listened so intently and seriously and told him in a very genuine voice that she would like to hear more of his stories later, and fiercely squeezed his arm to prove her point – the squeeze was a little bit hard and may or may not be a little sore the next morning but peter doesn’t care, it’s the sentiment of the thing) – to which gamora finally eases up a bit and says “you’re mine as well” in a v soft voice

- ????? idk?????? peter probably tries to teach gamora the lyrics to hooked on a feeling after waking up at two in the morning that same night. it turns into an annoying sleepover (hes that kid who;s like “do pigeons have feelings?” in the middle of the night u feel) and she throws the comforter from the bed over his head on the floor to muffle his voice bc the room is warm anyway and it’s bad for her health to have to keep telling herself that his idiot half-incoherent ramblings are not in any way endearing

- who even came up with that word anyway, it’s useless and horrible

- (gamora falls asleep again smiling anyway)

Though Phoebe Chapple was recognised as a skilled doctor, the Australian government’s policies precluded her from military service. Undaunted, the Adelaide-born Chapple travelled to Britain in 1917 and joined the Royal Army Medical Corps, becoming one of the first two woman doctors sent to France. During a bombing raid near Abbeville in May 1918, her care for those wounded around her, regardless of personal danger, led to her being awarded the Military Medal – the first woman doctor ever to receive this decoration for bravery.

(Australian War Memorial)