You know, I rewatched the first scenes again and man, man, man. Sherlocks scene with the woman (Faith) really hit home for me and I don’t know what is real or up anymore and or if it was supposed to be “genuine” in the series but. Sherlocks reaction. Everything. It was amazing and painful to watch in a good way and I feel a lot of love and sympathy towards him.
I mean, he forgets people’s names, he talks over people to show off, he can sometimes manipulate people to get information out or annoy them, but this was purely him doing something from a deep true kindness he has, and from a personal understanding and it breaks my heart.
This episode was so hopeful and it touched me and I hope it did to other people too. You’re not alone. It’s okay to make mistakes. It’s okay to let people in. People will be there for you. Even if you’re not the person you want to be, people will still love you and help you get there. You are worthy.
The very rare and priceless moment in which Zoro was terrified because Sanji was in grave danger, so much so that he actually spoke out his fear and visibly freaked out over him in front of others without an ounce of pretense
He bathes me… …until I forget their names…and faces. I ask him to look me in the eye when I come…home. Why do you deny yourself heaven? Why do you consider yourself undeserving? Why are you afraid of love? You think it’s not possible for someone like you. But you are the love of my life… …the love of my life.
okay maybe some people don’t realize that it is a HUGE deal that tao played a bisexual character in a chinese film
pretty much all of asia has the traditional mindset of a relationship; that it should be a heterosexual relationship, between a man and a woman. homosexuality or bisexuality (or any other sexuality other than heterosexuality) is probably frowned upon most in asia arguably more than any other continent in the world
so the fact that huang zitao, a ridiculously outrageously popular asian celebrity, starred in a movie portraying a character who believed in something other than that traditional view of a relationship is honestly so amazing