live the rest of your life

anonymous asked:

Are you okey with that you will live alone (without bf, husband) for the rest of your life? For me, after watching zootopia, it kinda changed my life, im only 16 and i am quite stressed out that i wont find myself a wife

ahahahah!!! when I was 5 years old I said I’ll never get married, and I’m actually not married, I was true to my words. (but I’m a strange person, don’t listen to me) 

Why Zootopia made you think you’ll never get married? (I’m only curious).

If you want my advice, you don’t have to create stakes to your life. Maybe one day you will meet a girl and you’ll love her so much that you will want to marry her. Anyway, you’re too young to think about such things… XD

Originally posted by dantexxorihara

anonymous asked:

On another side of the coin to Yori's resolve, it's also good to stick by your beliefs. You may disagree with hurting others knowingly, but you can't live for others either. That sort of selfishness, it's human. If she chose to be human, isn't that her right? Just a nudge to hear your view.

I agree it is good to stand by your beliefs. That’s why I’d understand Yori’s resolve completely if there was no cure. I know I said I hate that type of selfishness when you knowingly hurt others, however, it would be an exception if there was no cure because Yori would be going against her beliefs if she had to be a vampire for the rest of her life. So, in a world with no cure to vampirism, it’s understandable for Yori to have such a strong conviction towards her finite life as a human versus the misery of an eternal life because she’d be the only one to give up/sacrifice to please everyone. However, with the cure, it indicates a middle ground, a compromise in which Aidou and Yori both would share the same path as vampires than turn into humans to die naturally. To me, that’s the best option for them to take since it’s the most equal compromise because they both will give up/sacrifice something for each other; Yori gives up her humanity for a time, but Aidou will eventually give up his eternal life to die as a human. Thus, Yori wouldn’t be living for others solely and nor would she inadvertently be hurting those she loves with her decision. This solution alleviates all those negative attributes to her decision. 

In the resent chapter, Yori voices her concern that Aidou has only been going along with her desire to stay human out of pride but truly looks down on her mortality which she equates to her strength(?). This confused me a bit because, despite humans dying more suspectable than vampires, strength or weakness wasn’t the relevance of the issue, the issue is their life spans don’t match up and one will die before the other regardless, thus an imbalance within the pairing. The point I’m making with the compromise is that it would put Aidori on equal footing; the balance restored.

And the problem of Hino wanting to show a true vampire/human relationship is giving the solution of a cure to vampirism in her story. There is no conflict or struggle of becoming a creature of immortality if they can take a shot and have mortality again. There is no sense of loss or gain if one loses their mortality to be a vampire because they can just regain their mortality if they pleased. The whole problem in vampire knight was the fact that purebloods/vampires lived too long and forgot the finite purpose of life. The cure lets them have that sense of purpose to their lives by dying naturally of old age.

But okay, let’s ignore the cure and let’s say, Yori didn’t want to become a vampire because she was worried Hanabusa wouldn’t keep to his word to change back together because he couldn’t give up his vampirism so she felt obligated to stay a vampire or had a fear of becoming a vampire because she feared she’d lose herself or change herself too much that she wouldn’t be able to recognize herself anymore since those are legitimate fears instead in this scenario. The negative is the fact that she doesn’t have faith in the person she decided to marry, meaning he wasn’t right for her if she has doubts in his promises because that would make him a liar and manipulator. However, losing herself/changing is very validated in this scenario, yet we’ve seen one only loses themselves if they let the bloodlust make them go mad, or forget the finite of life. Yori would have the one she fell in love with, she wouldn’t suffer an unquenchable bloodlust nor would she forget the urgency of experiencing life within the time you have. Unless she feared Aidou not being the one if she was a vampire than that’s a whole other issue in of itself and one that questions their love which is miserable to think about. However, if you do factor in the cure, then the outcome is that the vampirism isn’t permanent when she just has to wait till they develop the cure.

Additionally, if you factor in the fact that Yori has been contributing to the development of this cure, thus she has the knowledge of it’s existence and hopes it’ll one day be reality,  then the fact that Yori doesn’t want to be a vampire for a short time indicates the lack of faith she has in Aidou who is developing the cure.

Yori has been pivotal in aiding Aidou to develop this cure. She has helped Aidou with the cure by providing him the books for him from the hunters, she has stayed by his side as his assistant, and she has continued encouraging him to keep going. Yori knows the existence of the cure being in development so it would be different if she had no knowledge, that she was an outsider and she didn’t think there was any possibility for her to have her humanity back. Thus, it’s an issue to me that she would reject the compromise with the knowledge of the cure and has encouraged the development. That would also indicate she didn’t believe it was possible or lied by encouraging Aidou to continue believing he would do it eventually.

Yori wouldn’t be truly losing her beliefs or sense of self only if she detours away from the compromised end goal, which would be to take the cure and become human again alongside Aidou so they could die the natural way.

Idk I just feel the compromise would work better because of the existence of the cure. Why uselessly put everyone through pain when the solution is right there? I don’t see the sense in thoughtlessly harming your loved ones like that which is why I can’t ever agree with how Hino decided to write Aidori’s ending. 

anonymous asked:

since youre open again , can i request rfa+v reaction to mc whos in denial about their feelings toward them bc they thought like how?? theyre so oerfect and theres the mc, a potato 🥔

of course.

do you know that potatoes are perfect too? :)


Zen:

- okay come on he’s a living Greek God so why would he choose you

- Zen screams because why would you think of yourself like that!!

- he explains that you’re beautiful inside and outside

- and anyway, looks doesn’t matter

- what matters is that he’s in love with every single part of you


Jumin:

- perfect? he’s not perfect. but Elizabeth the 3rd is

- you don’t have to be perfect for him to love you

- what matters more is your beautiful heart and personality

- and he cannot imagine himself spending the rest of his life without you


Yoosung:

- he’s s h o o k

- he never thought that you would think of yourself like that

- he has never thought so much about looks anyway in the first place

- so don’t ever worry about anything because he still loves you for you


Jaehee:

- what are you talking about

- you don’t have to feel insecure about yourself

- you are perfect just the way you are right now

- don’t you ever change yourself because her love for you will never change


Seven:

- he will definitely start off with a cheesy line like “we are meant to marry in the space station”

- but then he gets serious and tells you that he’s never perfect

- but with you by his side, things are going to get better

- so please don’t ever think badly of yourself


V:

- why would you think he’s perfect?

- if he was, he would’ve never made the rest of RFA suffer

- if anyone’s perfect, it’s you

- he loves you so much so please accept his love 

You have $86,400 in your account and someone stole $10 from you, would you be upset and throw all of the $86,390 away in hopes of getting back at the person that took your $10? Or move on and live? Right, move on and live. See, we have 86,400 seconds in every day so don’t let someone’s negative 10 seconds ruin the rest of the 86,390. Don’t sweat the small stuff, life is bigger than that

thinking about all the good carrie left behind. her wonderful daughter, all the girls and women who were and are inspired by her strength, all her books and gift with words, her unmatched self-awareness and humor, facing mental illness and addiction and dedicating her life to helping others recover. she lived the fullest life in her short time with us and was truly one of brightest lights in our galaxy. rest in peace, carrie, knowing your legacy will live on.

Some fractured fairy tale ideas...

- Cinderella went to the ball to kill the prince.

- “All hail Alice, the Queen of Hearts.”

- Rapunzel is the witch’s illegitimate daughter, and she is being kept safe from a king who would have her killed on sight.

- The Little Match Girl is a now phantom luring people to their deaths.

- Little Red Riding Hood is a werewolf.

- “So… You’re the Pied Piper, eh? I thought you’d be taller.”

- Princess Snow White and the evil Snow Queen? One and the same.

- “If you value your life, my life, the lives of everyone in this city… you won’t wake the sleeping princess.”

- The land of the Twelve Dancing Princesses is falling apart at the seams, and the rest of reality with it.

- A witch who made some bad decisions in her youth is forced to adopt and raise a child.

- After Jack the Giant Killer ruthlessly murdered their king and threw their world into turmoil and war, the inhabitants of the Sky Kingdom must rebuild their lives.

- “What… what is it?”
“A firebird – the last of her kind.”

There is someone for everyone. In fact, there is more than one someone for everyone. You don’t have to work so hard at it. You don’t have to change yourself. Time and fate will bring you exactly who is right for you at the exactly right moment. And fate will also dictate how long you’ll be in each other’s lives. So don’t be stressed. Lighten up. Total fulfillment awaits you. It may stay for one night. It may fill you with delight for the rest of your life. Don’t lose hope. Be yourself. And don’t stop believing that the future is bright.
—  Bruce Adler
Look at you guys being all successful, doing your exams, doing your tests. We’re so proud of you. Congratulations to everybody here that has braved through life, made it ‘til the end of the year and has just finished a bunch of tests or exams. You deserve to have a tea, have a rest, watch your favourite thing and just enjoy sinking into a fandom of some kind.
— 

@danisnotonfire during his joint live show with @amazingphil on 15th of December 2016

Quotes from Dan (17/?)

He’s so damn kind.

This Thanksgiving, it’s important to show appreciation for the most important things in your life. Like friends, family, and the little razor-toothed gremlin who lives in your stomach and helps digest your food for you. You see, if it weren’t for that gnashing, devilish grem, whose name is Hungo Bungo, your stomach would fill to the brim with turkey and mashed potatoes this weekend, until your throat was full, and you fell blue faced and contorted smack in the middle of the dining table horrifying the rest of your family and scarring them for years to come.

Thanks Hungo Bungo!

Has anyone else noticed how mental illness has been adorned and made the latest fashion trend?
Wearing anxiety like the new skinny jean and
wrapping depression around your neck like a black choker.

The only thing is,
when these trends go out of style,
some of us are left with last seasons clothes for the rest of our lives.

—  skimmy-milk 
The Thing About Trauma

It’s not as easy
as being Something That Happened to You,
a package you opened once.

You will wake up in a new ZIP code,
have to wander your way home,
carry a few of the things you love
to this new place
you live in now.

& so you buy throw pillows.
You put up twinkle lights
and have a big celebration,
point at the open windows
and tell everyone who has ever seen you crying,

look,

look how I have not caged myself,
look what I have made
out of two paint buckets
and the blessing of my still-here body,

but, of course, trauma leans into the bar cart.
Spills a drink on the new rug.
Breaks off the door handle on his way out.

Trauma sends you letters,
without warning,
for the rest of your life,
usually disguised as something else— 

a medical bill, maybe,
or a box of photo albums packaged up by your father,
just so you remember
trauma knows exactly where you live—

who did you think built the house?

Hey, you’re beautiful today. You will also be beautiful tomorrow, and will continue to be infinitely beautiful for the rest of your life.
The signs as Sylvia Plath quotes
  • Aries: “Perhaps when we find ourselves wanting everything, it is because we are dangerously near to wanting nothing.”
  • Taurus: “Would it be too childish of me to say: I want? But I do want: theater, light, color, paintings, wine and wonder.”
  • Gemini: “What is my life for and what am I going to do with it? I don’t know and I’m afraid. I can never read all the books I want; I can never be all the people I want and live all the lives I want.”
  • Cancer: “How we need another soul to cling to, another body to keep us warm. To rest and trust; to give your soul in confidence: I need this, I need someone to pour myself into.”
  • Leo: “Frustrated? Yes. Why? Because it is impossible for me to be God—”
  • Virgo: “What horrifies me most is the idea of being useless: well-educated, brilliantly promising, and fading out into an indifferent middle-age.”
  • Libra: “I love people. Everybody. I love them, I think, as a stamp collector loves his collection. Every story, every incident, every bit of conversation is raw material for me.”
  • Scorpio: “I’m dramatic and sloppily semi-cynical and semi-sentimental.”
  • Sagittarius: “Yet, God, I want to talk to everybody I can as deeply as I can. I want to be able to sleep in an open field, to travel west, to walk freely at night…”
  • Capricorn: “Nothing is real except the present, and already, I feel the weight of centuries smothering me.”
  • Aquarius: “Before I give my body, I must give my thoughts, my mind, my dreams. And you weren’t having any of those.”
  • Pisces: “It seems to me more than ever that I am a victim of introspection.”

Sometimes its not only about being addicted to drugs, sometimes its also about being scared. You become so wrapped up and consumed in drugs you forget how to live a normal life. You isolate yourself from the world only surrounding yourself with other drug users. At first your having the time of your life, Not even realizing your pushing the rest of the world out. Eventually the party stops. Now you find yourself struggling to live a normal life, whatever that even is..
You don’t remember what it was like to go out on a “date” or out with friends on the weekends. You keep searching for that happiness you got out of life before you did drugs. Your mind is so fucked up. You want a normal life but at the same time you can’t remember what was so great about it? What did you do for fun?
You become scared. Lost. And drugs seem to be the only thing keeping you going.

Here’s how to make perfect rice!

My mama lived in Okinawa for a while and she was taught how to make perfect rice without thinking too hard about it so here you go in five easy steps! 

  1. Put the desired amount of rice into the pot. 
  2. Stick your middle finger gently atop the rice and fill the pot with water until the water reaches your finger’s first joint. (Don’t push into the rice just kind of rest it on there.)
  3. Turn it on high until it boils. 
  4. Once it boils, cover it, and turn it low and set a timer for exactly 18 minutes. 
  5. KEEP IT COVERED AND DO NOT CHECK ON IT UNTIL THE TIMER IS UP.

And there you go! PERFECT RICE!

Because I’ve been asked if you can cook rice without a rice cooker at high altitudes YES! THIS WORKS AT ANY ALTITUDE~!

To those that keep Trying, 

It’s okay to take a break. It doesn’t mean you suck, or you’re a quitter. I think realizing, “hey, I’ve been doing my best and am fucking tired” and being okay with that mindset is important. Living every day isn’t always easy. Give yourself some credit and get some rest.

- someone who cares about you

And to the young people in particular, I hope you will hear this. I have, as Tim said, spent my entire adult life fighting for what I believe in. I have had successes and I have had setbacks. Sometimes really painful ones. Many of you are at the beginning of your professional public and political careers. You will have successes and setbacks, too. This loss hurts but please never stop believing that fighting for what’s right is worth it.

It is. It is worth it. And so we need―we need you to keep up these fights now and for the rest of your lives, and to all the women and especially the young women who put their faith in this campaign and in me, I want you to know that nothing has made me prouder than to be your champion.

Now, I know we have still not shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling, but some day, someone will, and hopefully sooner than we might think right now. And to all the little girl whose are watching this, never doubt that you are valuable and powerful and deserving of every chance and opportunity in the world to pursue and achieve your own dreams.

—  Hillary Clinton speaking to the younger generation and young women during her conception speech
At the end of each day, take each and every one of your worries, and allow them to blow away in the breeze. The day is over. Tomorrow is a new day. Until then, rest easy.
  • Toxic parents: Not only we can brainwash you from early age that you only exist for our benefit and that your only purpose is to please us and make our lives easier, we can rob you of all of the family experiences you needed to grow and develop, we can inflict wounds and emotional injuries and fears that will haunt you for the rest of your life, but we can also invalidate everything you've been through and act like we're faultless and get away with everything without as much as feeling guilty or responsible, and convince everyone that it's all your fault and that we were great parents, and you, a failure and waste of space are ungrateful little vermin who dared to defy us by requesting basic human rights and non-hostile environment to live in.
  • Toxic parents: How dare you not give us unconditional love and forgiveness.