Has your family always do what they can to support you in any way?
Diamante, hasn’t done much to support
me, but Senor Pink and my mother Jora have always supported me and my habits. Jora
even helped me discover myself, for who I was. Then the Yong master has taught
me how to fight too, so many of them have helped me in my life that it’s hard
to not say they haven’t supported me at all."He smiled thinking about them
and where they were now, then he clenched his fist until he couldn’t hold his
anger back anymore.
"Now there is no one supporting me
anymore. Luffy and Law came to take them all away, took the palace, the people,
the love and the happiness and the support as well.”
he told me this and for a second I wanted to cry because it took him so much to admit that and I think I always knew his smiles were fake but I never wanted them to be. I wanted him to be as happy as he put off but it didn’t make sense; he didn’t make sense.
It was quick. It was sharp. It was a knife and it cuts deep. I’m bleeding out love and it feels like a good thing. Love hurts this time around and it’s because I don’t have you in my arms. Wait for me, okay?
“Harrison made it clear he didn’t need fame. He often said that his ego was satisfied. That’s an extremely rare thing for a rock star Who usually get what they want and want it over and over again. But that’s not who George was.” -Joe Levy
George has a smile that really warms my heart and brightens my day, I also find it very comforting at times when I really need it. It’s the most beautifulest smile I’ve ever seen.♥
“He was essentially a shy, private young man, but when you got a smile out of George, it lit up the page.” - Mike McCartney,
“But it was definitely his smile that hooked me - this incredibly sexy, crooked grin, almost a friendly sneer (like Elvis,
I thought) that etched little lines in his cheeks, bringing your
attention simultaneously to his heart-shaped face and his slightly
crooked teeth.” - Chris O'Dell
Scans - George Harrison (and director Richard Lester) on the set of Help!, Bahamas, possibly 7 or 8 March 1965; scanned from Remember.
Photos: Mike McCartney
“‘A cup of Rosie Lee, George?’ With a Bahamian cop in the background, holding his cup of tea between takes on the Help! set, George gives me a 'Here you are again, cheeky monkey’ look. He was essentially a shy, private young man, but when you got a smile out of George, it lit up the page.”
“On the set of Help! George is looking over the shoulder of Dick Lester, who directed both the Beatles’ movies. Filmmaking can be an incredibly boring process; we’d hang around for hours waiting for something to happen. To pass the time we used to watch blue movies in one of the boys’ dressing rooms, but even those were boring… unless you ran them backwards! They were supposed to be hugely erotic but we were on the floor, rolling around laughing at all the naughty bits they were doing… back to front!” - Mike McCartney, Remember