jumps off a cliff

I feel like, when they’re older, Mike and El playfully and lovingly tease each other all the time, y’know? I just imagine El being like, “Man, this Mike Wheeler is such a nerd…. He jumped off a cliff to save his best friend….guess I have to hold his hand, just to make sure he doesn’t pull another stunt like that,” and Mike coming back with, “Oh, yeah? Well, I know this girl named Eleven, and she robbed a grocery store just for Eggo waffles….now I have to hold her hand so she doesn’t run off and become a convicted felon” (she kisses him on the cheek and they’re both blushing like dorks) 

captainkaltar  asked:

Headcanon that Keith and Shiro's first kiss happened on the Garrison rooftop late at night. They'd stayed up late studying, and Shiro suggested that they take a break and go outside, knowing that Keith was exhausted and would refuse to admit it. They watched the stars for a long time, eventually Keith ended up in Shiro's arms. And then Shiro asked Keith if he could kiss him: it started out very gentle and sweet, but Keith being Keith, he deepened the kiss pretty quickly. Shiro didn't mind :3

//jumps off a cliff// aaaaaaa;;;

Reacting with anger ~ Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche
http://justdharma.com/s/05cvy

When someone insults us, we usually dwell on it, asking ourselves, ‘Why did he say that to me?’ and on and on. It’s as if someone shoots an arrow at us, but it falls short. Focusing on the problem is like picking up the arrow and repeatedly stabbing ourselves with it, saying, 'He hurt me so much. I can’t believe he did that.’ Instead, we can use the method of contemplation to think things through differently, to change our habit of reacting with anger. Imagine that someone insults you. Say to yourself, 'This person makes me angry. But what is this anger?’ It is one of the poisons of the mind that creates negative karma, leading to intense suffering. Meeting anger with anger is like following a lunatic who jumps off a cliff. Do I have to go likewise? While it’s crazy for him to act the way he does, it’s even crazier for me to do the same.

– Chagdud Tulku Rinpoche

quoted in the book “Portraits of Tibetan Buddhist Masters”
ISBN: 978-0520239739 - http://amzn.to/VTUBwK