maker of men

Thy Art Is Murder//Fur And Claw

(My edit,not my photo)

looks like a cinnamon roll and is actually a cinnamon roll: Miki Takamura

looks like a cinnamon roll but could actually kill you: Sophie Grundler

looks like they could kill you but is actually a cinnamon roll: David Hoover

looks like they could kill you and would actually kill you: Keith Baring

sinnamon roll: Rin Yamazaki

“As I came in here, I heard those words, “Cradle of Leadership”. Well, when the bough breaks, the cradle will fall. And it has fallen here. It has fallen. Makers of men, Creators of leaders. Be careful what kind of leaders you’re producing here. I don’t know if Charlie’s silence here today is right or wrong. I’m not a judge or jury, but I can tell you this: He won’t sell anybody out to buy his future! And that, my friends, is called integrity. That’s called courage. Now that’s the stuff leaders should be made of.”  - Al Pacino, in “Scent of a woman” (1992), playing the role of a blind Lieutenant Frank Slade granted him the academy award for best actor.

I don’t believe Cullen’s proposing to Evie in Trespasser was as spur of the moment as we were led to believe. Where did that wedding dress come from on such short notice? Cullen had that dress neatly tucked away in his luggage. No one can convince me otherwise.

Now please excuse me while I go lay down somewhere to think about him carefully folding the dress, placing it in his bag then removing it a moment later. Then putting it back in and taking it out once more. Over and over again. All the while arguing with himself about whether or not it’s a good idea. Praying to the Maker he isn’t about to make a fool of himself. Hoping that maybe just once in his life something will go right. Dreaming of the day he can take his new wife home to Ferelden. When they can leave battles and politics behind to live a simple life and raise their children. 

;___; I just want him to be happy, okay? He deserves all the joy after everything he’s been through.

HAIL to thee, Amun-Ra, Lord of the thrones of the earth, the oldest existence, ancient of heaven, support of all things;
Chief of the gods, lord of truth; father of the gods, maker of men and beasts and herbs; maker of all things above and below;
Deliverer of the sufferer and oppressed, judging the poor;
Lord of wisdom, lord of mercy; most loving, opener of every eye, source of joy, in whose goodness the gods rejoice, thou whose name is hidden.
Thou art the one, maker of all that is, the one; the only one; maker of gods and men; giving food to all.
Hail to thee, thou one with many heads; sleepless when all others sleep, adoration to thee.
Hail to thee from all creatures from every land, from the height of heaven, from the depth of the sea.
The spirits thou hast made extol thee, saying, welcome to thee, father of the fathers of the gods; we worship thy spirit which is in us.
—  Hymn to Amun-Ra

Originally posted by endingthemes


The Wolverine brings the old crew together for one last job, to recover the $25 million they stole five years ago from wealthy industrialist Sebastian Shaw. But the fallout from their botched heist left physical and emotional scars that have yet to heal…all stemming from a betrayal of one of their own, Mystique - the Prof’s sister and Magneto’s sometime lover/protege - who absconded with the money and then disappeared without a trace.

Now, with the Beast’s help Wolverine has finally found Mystique and the money and is determined to get it all back. The only problem is getting everyone to agree to help…and then getting them all to the job in one piece, preferably before the animosity between ex-lovers Magneto and the Prof. blow their carefully laid plans sky high…  

(gif credit: endingthemes)

Equality VS Stereotypes

Time to vent.

Why do so many people these days seem to not understand equality? I’m glad that almost everyone I know does, but other people need to realise that no matter who you are, you have rights, and you will face challenges and stereotypes.

Women can be the money-maker of a family.

Men can be victims of sexual assault and domestic abuse.

Black people can be as smart as anyone else.

White people can be extremely financially disadvantaged.

Gay people are not all promiscuous.

Straight people in some countries are not allowed to marry who they want.

Atheists can be loud and demeaning to people who disagree with them.

Religous people can be quiet and respectful to people with other beliefs.

Of course, all of these things can be reversed.

And remember: people who disagree with you are still people.