People often say to me: “You draw like some kind of inhuman machine. If I eat your brain, will I gain your power?” The answer is yes, but there is another way.
The key to precise drawing is building up muscle memory so that your arm/hand/fingers do the things you want them to do when you want them to do them. Teaching yourself to draw a straight line or to make sweet curves is just a matter of practice and there are some exercises you can do to help improve.
If you’re going to be doodling in class or during meetings anyway, why not put that time to good use?
The sun touches everyone, but when it touched you it was different. I could see the photons dancing on your skin.
The sun made you shine as if to brag to the other stars, “look what I’ve created!”
And surely the other stars were jealous; your being was unmatched.
It was as if all of nature and all of the sun’s power combined to make you beautiful. Your mind was gorgeous. Most people have brains between their ears but I swear you had galaxies.
Your smile, beautiful; your fingers, delicate; your legs, sturdy; your thoughts, heavenly; your heart, brave; your being, perfect.
No one could convince me that perfection is impossible. You, my love, are special. Even if I don’t get to see your skin anymore, the skin that makes the stars jealous.
I love how Rick Riordan gave Athena’s kids zero “cool” powers but their brain. Like, it shows how much valid your ideas and intelligence can be, resulting with being the strongest power a demigod can have.
No matter you can fly, control water, raise skeletons and other stuff from the ground or spontaneously catch fire. You still need to be clever to use those powers without making a mess.
Have you mastered any languages other than your native tongue?Would you like to?
If the answer to at least one of those questions is a ‘yes’, this is a place for you!
I’m looking for people from all around the World that would like to share their knowledge about languages that they use daily and do it in a simple, logical and actually, the correct way, unlike the standard textbooks that people of all ages lose hours mulling over!
Why you should give it a go?
There is a great deal of reasons for learning a new language, it
improves your employability
makes you discover a new culture
increases your brain power
is bound to impress more than a few people around you ;)
and helps you become more open-minded
Also, by joining the Get Fluent! Network you have a chance to meet new people and develop life-long friendships all around the globe even before you go abroad.
If you are interested in becoming a part of this social project of mine, please reblog this post and tag it with the language you are fluent in (English counts as well!)
Because you are under the influence of a powerful physical impulse we call the mating instinct. Its strength varies from person to person with some barely feeling it and others under its power to the point of obsession. Nature doesn’t care about you. All nature requires from you is that you find a mating partner and conceive offspring. Once your offspring is grown to mating age then you are no longer needed. You are redundant and expendable. So, remember, you are under the thumb of nature’s most powerful urge. You are a mere puppet to your brain chemicals.
Spend two minutes a day scanning the world for three new things you’re grateful for. And do that for 21 days, The reason why that’s powerful is you’re training your brain to scan the world in a new pattern, you’re scanning for positives, instead of scanning for threats. It’s the fastest way of teaching optimism.
I realize ~~~~legally~~~~ 18 y/o’s are considered adults but I honestly do not view 18 y/o’s as adults like I barely consider 19 an adult if I even do. they are much more a transition age and you don’t really gain a complete position of power not to mention your body and brain are still developing at that time and it’s still incredibly easy to take advantage of 18/19 y/o’s I mean hell you are still quite literally a teenager at 18/19 it’s right in the name eightTEEN nineTEEN
I understand the need to be considered an adult to get out especially for people in abusive homes and I think there is a lot of experience gained during that time but that’s more so why I consider it a transitional period rather then actual adulthood