”Fear no evil for thou art with me. Thy rod and staff comfort me. Preparest my table before my enemies. Thou anointest my head with oil. My cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all my life. I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.”
1 cup or chalice
(I got lucky and found this pretty one, but any cup works)
Light the incense, and start filling your cup with all of your silver/ higher value coins.
While you do this imagine the money multiplying.
Once you have the coins in the cup surround whatever change is left around the cup.
Now, take your cup and pour it out slowly, remember the sound the coins make on each other, and focus all your energy on the imagery of the coins overflowing your cup
Once you are done make sure to clean your change up, and wash out your cup (because change is dirty yo!)
Make sure you ground yourself once you are finished !
NOW this is the law of the jungle, as old and as true as the sky, and the wolf that shall keep it may prosper, but the wolf that shall break it must die. As the creeper that girdles the tree trunk, the law runneth forward and back; for the strength of the pack is the wolf, and the strength of the wolf is the pack.
- Rudyard Kipling
•Korra tries to “sneak” Naga into bed a lot, Asami gets annoyed because Naga is bigger than their bed
•Korra tries to do Asami’s hair but fails
•They like to make each other flower crowns with Spirit flowers
•In both worlds, Asami loves reading and Korra will sleep on her lap/shoulder
•Asami plays with her hair (this is confirmed by Janet)
•Asami never rode Naga without Korra after the Si Wong
•Asami gets grease on the furniture a lot and just hopes Korra won’t notice
•Korra usually doesn’t notice and then winds up with grease on her butt
It’s so easy to forget that it always ends the same way.
We pore over their lives. Hungrily read stories from family
members and anecdotes from friends. We watch their homemade movies, read their
school assignments, examine their drawings and notes scribbled in day planners.
Listen to songs they loved, closely, straining to hear some
truth of who they were, what touched them. Stare at photos, into eyes. See how
VHS tapes caught them moving and speaking among peers, in those same halls of
eventual violent destiny, only before. We query every blink, nod, smirk,
grimace. We find prophecy.
Did he like dogs? Which preferred cats? What did he eat?
When did he drink? Was he nice? Was he shy? Did he hit girls? Who did he love? Were
they best friends? Didn’t he follow? (Sometimes he led.) It’s more complex than
that. He carried a berserk and he wore an earring. What is the halcyon? What do
you think when you look at the stars? Where are those everlong waterfalls? And
why and why and why?
Read transcripts and hear snatches of their secret selves,
recorded in the basement and a room with red shutters while parents sleep. How
does this fit with what he said before? Can he be both this and that? Who hated
more? Who felt more sorrow? Who had more rage? What if they never met? Jesus, you’re on a role.
They feel simultaneously too real and entirely fictional;
boys we could have known, boys we feel we do know, boys frozen in time who no one
All the study of their too-short lives makes it easy to
forget that it always comes back to this: roughly an hour. Haunting shouts on
911 calls. Grainy CCTV footage (a sip, a lob, a lope). Gruesome crime scene
photographs. Reams of witness statements. Innocents slain and wounded. Shockwaves of trauma that ripple through worlds.
They come back to life with each re-watch and every new
read. They walk again when we click ‘play’. But we only know them because of
that hour. And it always ends the same way.
This is the law of the jungle, it’s old and it’s true as the sky. The wolf that should keep it may prosper, the wolf who will break it must die. As the creeper that girdles the tree trunk, the law runneth forward and back. For the strength of the pack is the wolf and the strength of the wolf is the pack.
1. Thou shalt only smoke the dopest dope.
2. Seek ye only shards that are fire.
3. Gather your lighters like I have gathered my sheep. The more the merrier. Furthermore, never let your fire runneth out.
4. Twist and twirl your pizzo so you do not burneth your shit.
5. Love thy neighbor but DO NOT loveth the evil souls known as knocks.
6. For the knocks are the sneakiest of snakes and will only try to deceive you and lead you astray.
7. Do not forget to nourish your body with fruits and grains that I have lovingly provided.
8. Thou shalt stay hydrated.
9. Thou shalt rest on the seventh day.
10. My children, I have saved the most important commandment for last, thou shalt always keep a secret personal stash to feast upon.
the men in bridge four were in one of the most soul-crushing, humiliating, meaninglessly deadly, all-around-Worst situations they could be, and under Kaladin they found purpose again, pride, themselves and each other.
They (including Kaladin) are a family that’s more true, accepting, and steadfast than many real-world families, much less other families in the books. They look after each other and tease each other and love each other strong as steel, my heart is full it runneth over
Have you stopped staring at the LA premier kiss and hug yet? It is so beautiful.
There’s been so many wonderful moments this promo. Honestly, our cups runneth over with wonderful Joshifer love. I tried to make my Top 5 Joshifer moments. Here goes:
5. We Take Care of Each Other 2.0
It was just a lovely moment when Josh was looking out for his girl and she knew it was his little way of saying “I Love You.” Poor Josh almost had a heart attack though when he thought a kiss was coming his way. And Liam just was his usual amused self
4. BBC - Jen Letting Josh Know He’s the Only One for Her
Thank you Olly Murs for your awkward flirting. It made Jen give extra love to Josh.
3. Kisses All Over His Face
Jen couldn’t contain herself and didn’t want to. So epically wonderful because it was exuberant and spontaneous and lovely.
2. Hand Holding - Real or Not Real Scene
She reached for his hand and he held it lovingly. It’s a private moment in a public event. And that they connected so intimately while watching a scene about figuring out what’s real and what is make believe was especially poignant. It’s been a year of pretending for Josh but it’s what’s real that keeps him sane.
1. Give Me a Kiss
I love this so much. First it happens in the same interview where Jen loses her cool because of Josh’s incessant teasing. And threatens to tell her brothers that Josh left her pregnant! PREGNANT and LEFT - implying pregnant wouldn’t be enough and that he had something to leave. Ugh!
So what happens? Out of the blue Jen asks for a kiss just because she felt bad about her playful yelling and wanted to make sure Josh wasn’t angry and that they were okay. And he stops mid sentence to give her reassurance.
It’s completely unnecessary and personal and intimate.
Jennifer and Josh do not act this way with anyone else. It’s beyond friendship. They can drag Liam into all of their stories but you know that the two of them have a connection that is unlike any other.
I love them. I hate them.
And here’s your hug and a few more just because you sent an ask and got me going!
GIFs absolutely not mine - thank you lovely creators.