embrace is love

Be present. Make love. Make tea. Avoid small talk. Embrace conversation. Buy a plant, water it. Make your bed. Make someone else’s bed. Have a smart mouth, and quick wit. Run. Make art. Create. Swim in the ocean. Swim in the rain. Take chances. Ask questions. Make mistakes. Learn. Know your worth. Love fiercely. Forgive quickly. Let go of what doesn’t make you happy. Grow.
—  Paulo Coelho

Gryffindors are short, but tight hugs that make you gasp for air, or an emotional hug when you see a person after a long time. Gryffindors are the passion you feel in a brief yet loving embrace, that make you feel desired, that make you realize that you’re not alone, that give you courage in dark times.

Slytherins are the type of people that always try to give you a little more love back than you’re giving them, like a little hug competition. Slytherins hold you close, it’s a whole, tight embrace that feels a little like a snake coiling around you (matching to their house animal). They love long-lasting, warm squeezes and hate to be the first one pulling back.

Ravenclaws usually don’t like too much body contact, but if there’s a ‘special person’ they literally transform into cuddle monsters. Ravenclaws love gentle, cradling hugs that last long, it’s even okay if you just wrap your arms around them without squeezing too much. It’s the feeling of being held that tempts Ravenclaws.

Hufflepuffs are sweet, heart-warming cuddles. They’re here to cheer you up, to whisper encouraging words to you while holding you close. Hufflepuffs are always up for hugs, no matter when or where; they just love the feeling of sharing body warmth, of rocking back and forth while snuggling and the soft tickling when the person they love breathes against them.


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anonymous asked:

Hi so... I'm a 9th grader and I'm an artist as well. Whenever I'm bored, I draw stuff like scarecrows, monsters and dragons. Then one day, my teacher saw me draw and she asked me that offends me SO MUCH! She said, "You always draw scary stuff everytime. Do you have depression?" Calling me a depressed person just for a creepy art is getting on my nerves. Thar's why I never show my art to everyone. It's not the first time people ask me if I was depressed but.. what shall I do with this situation?

Interest varies with each individual. 
Art is displayed in different forms.

When I was in 5th grade, I use to like creative writing but one day I had a teacher took my paper/story away and stuck it on the board and asked everyone to laugh at me.

I understand..its hurtful and it scarred me. But it should not stop your creativity and talents. It took me long enough to regain the courage to display my art/interest in writing again. You can’t let these “people” affect you that way. They are just briefly there in your life and soon they will get out of it. 

It is YOU, YOURSELF that matters and YOU can do what YOU love :)