love for universe

Did you know?

Every single thing you’ve heard, read, watched, experienced, expressed, said, shouted, wrote;
Every single opinion you’ve had, agreed on, discussed, believed;
Every single person you know or have known;
Have all served to bring you to this moment.

Now, if this moment isn’t meeting most of your needs then there is work to be done.
A controlled mental diet is what the Universe has ordered.
That doesn’t mean you have to cut everyone out, ofcourse not.
But you have to consider how much news you’ll see, how much gossip you’ll encounter, how long you’ll spend around people that make you feel worse after, the books you read (or, will start to read), the music you hear and where you’ll spend your time.
Every second of 24 hours is creation. If you don’t make any changes then you will continue to create what you have now.
The question is, what are you going to create with it?

Diamonds 'Ship' Names

Yellow Diamond × Blue Diamond = BELLOW DIAMOND
White Diamond × Yellow Diamond = WHELLOW DIAMOND
White Diamond × Pink Diamond = WHINK DIAMOND
White Diamond × Blue Diamond = BWITE / WHILUE DIAMOND (?)
Blue Diamond × Pink Diamond = BLINK DIAMOND
Pink Diamond × Yellow Diamond = PILLOW / PELLOW DIAMOND

(what have I done…)

notyetbulletproof  asked:

Truffles, I still don't get how Eobard Thawne is alive? Okay I get it. He's a remnant. So that means he'll die eventually right? Since Eddie killed him? But (on LOT) he wants the spear of destiny to rewrite things? So is he not dead then? Will he not die in 2015? This is all so confusing. Hahaha

Once upon a time, there was a man named The Flash.  But he died, maybe, oh, twenty, thirty years ago?  Some ripe old age.  Lauded as a hero.  One of those great magicians, a speedster, who changed the world and died an ordinary man.  

Now we live in a post-Flash world.  Resources are crunched.  Cows went extinct a few years back.  No one ever thought they could, but no one ever thought passenger pigeons would go extinct either.  Technology has improved exactly as exponentially as science has hoped, but it’s been in rather jerky installments, seesawing between progress and destruction whenever metahumans turn the city into their playground.  If you looked at a graph of the overall advancement, you’d flinch at the low points and startle to see how far advanced your society had become in just under two centuries.

One innocuous morning in 2151, Eobard Thawne is born.  He comes from a long line of privileged, upper-class citizens who contributed substantially to their fields.  The expectation is met in the boy wonder, the latest of a long line of quick-witted and dangerously ambitious people.  He excels – and he fixates.

Eobard has a unique obsession, a talent for something no one else in his family pursued: unearthing the impossible.  There are stories about speedsters who once roamed the Earth, but they’re almost more myths than reality, like dinosaurs deemed dragons by people who’d never seen its kind before.  After all, look around, look around: where did all of those speedsters go?

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Couldn’t attend the nearest Women’s March the other day and I’ll forever mourn my own loss but that only means more purpose for me to draw my faves obviously having been there. In this case, these cuties were travelling their way from their barnz to the city lyfe to march alongside. Country folk getting lost/explorin’ city vibe much??

A quick lil’ shoutout to Thomas @thatsthat24 for creating such a beautiful phrase that’s on Peri’s shirt that will be featured in another piece soon because what a godsend of a phrase.