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ATLA 30 DAY CHALLENGE: DAY 8Favorite Quotes

“Life happens whether you make it or not.”

Uncle Iroh

“The true mind can weather all the lies and illusions without being lost. The true heart can touch the poison of hatred without being harmed. Since beginningless time, darkness thrives in the void, but always yields to purifying light.“

Lion Turtle

“Love is brightest in the dark.”

Oma & Shu

“You think you’re any different from me, or your friends, or this tree? If you listen hard enough, you can hear every living thing breathing together. You can feel everything growing. We’re all living together, even if most folks don’t act like it. We all have the same roots, and we are all branches of the same tree.”

Huu

“Pride is not the opposite of shame, but its source. True humility is the only antidote to shame.”

Uncle Iroh

“The greatest illusion of this world is the illusion of separation. Things you think are separate and different are actually one and the same. We are all one people, but we live as if divided.”

Guru Pathik

Imagine Zuko having to pardon himself from a meeting to cry because his wife told him she was pregnant

Imagine Zuko being ridiculously happy with Izumi’s existence from the second she was born

Imagine Zuko kissing his baby daughter’s forehead for the first time

Imagine Zuko insisting on playing with Izumi even though there are nannies everywhere that could totally do that for him

Imagine Zuko trying to work but failing because Izumi keeps swiping his pens and giggling as he tries to chase her around the palace

Imagine Zuko being the dorkiest and proudest father to ever exist

Cassini Sees ‘Flying-Saucer’ Moon Atlas Up Close

This raw, unprocessed image of Saturn’s moon, Atlas, was taken on April 12, 2017, by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft. The flyby had a close-approach distance of about 7,000 miles (11,000 kilometers).

The images are the closest ever taken of Atlas and will help to characterize its shape and geology. Atlas (19 miles, or 30 kilometers across) orbits Saturn just outside the A ring – the outermost of the planet’s bright, main rings.

(via NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center)