Effort makes you. You will regret someday if you don’t do your best now. Don’t think it’s too late but keep working on it. It may take time, but there’s nothing that gets worse due to practising. So practise. You may get depressed, but its evidence that you are doing good.
‘A message for those who are stepping forward to a new beginning and challenges’ (BTS begins program book)
Dear you, it is to time to begin pushing yourself. You have moved oceans and mountains, and you are beyond capable of doing so much more. Please don’t let me down. Do it for the time you’ve been called stupid or the time you were looked down upon. Do it for yourself. For your future that is between your hands. You must realise it is you and only you who will be responsible for making or breaking it. On your dark days, remind yourself of the peace that engulfs your body when you study. Remind yourself of the passion that your veins hold for growing, learning. Effort will not betray you. It is your best friend. Study. Study for the times you wish you’ve done more. Study for the feelings of pride and accomplishment. Rise and stay humble. Expand with passion. Be kind. You’ve got this. You have the same 24 hours of the day as Elle Woods did. And as she once said, ‘you must always have faith in yourself’
Todd wearing Dirk’s jacket because it’s cold and Todd was shivering but wouldn’t admit it until Dirk just sighed and shrugged off his jacket and handed it to Todd.
It’s a bit big (because Dirk is a giraffe man) and for a second Todd thinks about declining, but then he realises he’s too cold to argue so he takes it with a begrudging “thanks” and ends up wearing it for the entire episode.
(Meanwhile Dirk keeps smiling oh so softly at him because my GOD does he look adorable in that jacket, and just adorable in general, and -)
Hey, are you stuck writing your first draft? Please, remember that first
drafts don’t have to be pretty— they just have to be written. Okay?
Seriously. Culture puts a lot of pressure on writers (specially young writers) to make something amazing right off the start, but that just isn’t how writing works. First drafts are always bad.
Always. How could they not be? You’re experiencing the story firsthand. I’ve met so many writers over the years who get stuck trying to make the first draft good
because they think it’ll save time later on. SPOILERS: It doesn’t.
Here’s a piece of advice:
Nothing wastes time like trying to save time.
Just write your book. As the story changes (and it will) make notes
of what you’ll fix later. Keep writing. Don’t stop ‘til the end. Remember that as a writer you don’t have to get it “right” on the first try. Revision is your best friend. Give it a call when you’re done. Okay? Okay.
I hope this helps. Keep writing, writerly friend~ ⭐️
It’s been 3 long years on my fitness journey. This journey has many different stages physically and mentally, but one things for sure you’ll look back at your before picture, and tell your body “I love you and thanks for coming this long way.” It’s not easy, but by sharing this I hope to inspire someone to not give up. My mother hates when I use this photo for comparison because she knows how criticizing people can be but leave that for the girl in 2013 to care what people thought/think. I’ve worked hard to become the person I am now, and I share this to inspire/motivate others that it is possible and the body is fascinating with what it can transform to. I’ve still got some work to do but for now happy #transformationtuesday ! God bless, rooting for ya! & a thanks to those who shared their journey and lit a flame for inspiration in others and I ❤
Slow down the minutes so we can have these beautiful moments forever. Every single time she opens her eyes, sparkling with emotion. Every time she gives me that little mischievous smirk to every full blown smile and everything in between. Every heartbeat shared in an embrace, I want to cherish each and every part of her.
So, this is my first post and I don’t know how to use Tumblr quite yet, but I’ll figure it out! Anyway, here’s a doodle of Killua and Gon that I did in Photoshop because I wanted to draw my favorite ship :)
“Mythology is not a lie, mythology is poetry, it is metaphorical. It has
been well said that mythology is the penultimate truth–penultimate
because the ultimate cannot be put into words. It is beyond words.
Beyond images, beyond that bounding rim of the Buddhist Wheel of
Becoming. Mythology pitches the mind beyond that rim, to what can be
known but not told.”
~ Joseph Campbell
Original Acrylic painting by Tomasz Alen Kopera ~ Color and photo editing/animation by George RedHawk