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DEALING WITH PARENTS/RELATIVES ON THE TOPIC OF AN ART MAJOR

The Studioblr Collective | June 4th, 2016

Written and Designed by Gennalie (@genspen​)


So, you want to pursue a creative major- arts, fine arts, communications, design, media, animation- the list goes on. You’ve got your dreams planned out for the next few years and you’re excited to bring your creative ideas to the world. Only one problem- your family or relatives are judging you.

“You’re not going to earn any money.”, “Aren’t artists always broke and starving?”, “You’re going to regret your fancy arts degree in the real world.”, “Take a real degree- arts degrees are so useless.”

You may hear these forms of ‘advice’ from others and you might get defensive and offended and you may get angry at them for not being supportive. Just remember they’re thinking for their best interests for you, and they only want the best for you. As a creative you will be criticized all the time for your work, assessments, projects and even just as a person in general. Family and loved ones are going to be the most critical, and you may be conflicted by their opinions. So what you do?

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how could anyone possibly think that voting for donald trump is a good idea? like oooooh yeah, extremist nationalism with a heaping spoonful of racist bullshit, that always ends well

“Everybody makes mistakes”. She may have made mistakes, but for me, she is an amazing role model. She has done more for charity than a lot of other celebrities, and that makes me respect her a million times more than I already did. Miley cyrus is a young girl living her dream, but also giving back to the world, helping others, and with her celebrity status she has brought a lot of attention to the charities she works with such as the Starkey Hearing Foundation, To Write Love On Her Arms and American Red Cross. Not only is she beautiful on the outside, but she is beautiful on the inside too. Miley Cyrus, you are my inspiration. 

Okay but adding on to this (x) with Amon possibly being in tank 11:

The tank’s reversed

Justice (XI) Reversed:

  • The Justice tarot reversed exemplifies dishonesty within yourself and dishonesty directed at others:
  • An unwillingness to understand the deeper meaning of an event, most likely negative, that has occurred is also present
  • No matter how frustrating the events at hand are, this is the path that the Universe has laid out for the person in question. The Universe has great expectations for the person in question
  • The Justice card (regular) is a very judgmental card that views the world in black and white. Upon being reversed, the opportunity to release all your thoughts about what is right and what is wrong will appear, to simply be able to accept a situation for what it is. 
  • The person in question should allow themselves to finally live in the moment, no longer in the past, and to be able to withhold immediate judgement
  • Reversed, the tarot may also be able to “bend the rules” and be more flexible than before