“J-Hope has changed a lot. He’s bright & has become hopeful like his name. I think it’s because he’s more loved than he was before the debut. He’s bright. He laughs a lot…He has good energy that affects everyone in a good way & I think he’s awesome…But you can never punch someone who looks so happy like that." ↝ Jimin
One of the most meaningful connections a human being can achieve is a platonic love with a stranger. As we grow older we make promises to childhood friends, family, mentors, and professors that we will always keep in touch. Inevitably time becomes too thin and small promises are broken. Enter Morrie Schwartz, Mitch Albom’s dear college professor. Albom decided to reconnect with his beloved professor during the last few months of his professor’s life, who was suffering from ALS.
Extremely readable and precious, Albom chronicles their last magical moments together. The most tender book we have ever read, every word uttered by Morrie is profoundly loving and introspective. Although an inevitable death, we are extremely grateful that Albom chose to share Morrie’s wisdom with the world. Morrie Scwartz was in fact a gift to humanity. Morrie’s philosophy on life deviates from a consumerist culture by adding weight and significance on our feelings and the importance of being kind to one another, especially to our inner selves. Though kindness, truth is found. This is the biggest lesson we learned from Morrie. Be kind to yourself by allowing yourself to be human without restrictions.
“If you hold back on the emotions—if you don’t allow yourself to go all the way through them—you can never get to being detached, you’re too busy being afraid. You’re afraid of the pain, you’re afraid of the grief. You’re afraid of the vulnerability that loving entails. But by throwing yourself into these emotions, by allowing yourself to dive in, all the way, over your heard even, you experience them fully and completely.”
Although some readers claim that Tuesdays with Morrie is a hallmark card on steroids, we will admit that such statement deeply saddens us. We couldn’t help but to fall in love with Morrie. Albom was successful in capturing his former professor’s charm and lovability factor. After all these years, we will infinitely remember Tuesdays with Morrie because it instills a desire for us to be better people. Some books get jammed in our head, but Tuesdays with Morrie built a small shelf in our hearts. We felt extremely connected to Morrie. Morrie will inspire you to hug your loved ones, especially your elders, tonight. We can promise you this much.
*sits on his bed* *rocks back and forth* aleister crowley what is wrong with me why do i like snow he's awful and ugly with his moles especially the one on his cheek i wanted to kiss since first year why am i like this
Baz, 10 minutes later:
*stands in front of the open window* *birds and butterflies are flying around in his room* simon snow is the most beautiful human being on this earth i love him i love him i love him he's perfect and too precious for this world oh dear he needs to be protected at all costs let me hug him and kiss his eyelids
Baz, 10 minutes later:
*paces through the room* *has a massive boner* god why is snow so hot i wanna push him against a wall and snog the living hell out of him merlin and morgana he is so sexy omg his moles and his eyes and his smile and his body and hell his a b s don't get me fucking started wow now i'm going to wank over the thought of snow
The “100 Most Handsome Faces of [insert year here]” is such BS. /facepalm/ Like, have none of you people ever laid eyes on Jensen Ackles? He is the most handsome human being that will ever exist! He is too precious for this world, too pure, too beautiful, and too perfect.
“I think my biggest struggle was also, oddly enough, my biggest motivation. As crazy as it might seem I had a ton of people tell me that I couldn’t do this. Or wouldn’t do it. And I’m grateful because it was that kind of "eff you” to them that gave me the motivation to be like ‘you know what? I’m gonna do it even bigger and better than I thought I could because you told me I couldn’t.’ So any time somebody says you can’t do something or rolls their eyes or whatever, don’t get upset. Just go 'alright, I’m awake now, dawg! Let’s go! I’m gonna go back to work or whatever it is you do.’ That’s an energy you can’t replace with anything else.”
Hello! to all our fans! My name is Ten Chittaphon Leechaiyapornkul from SMROOKIES!♡ and I’m from Thailand, Bangkok.
My dream is become a multi-talented world star that will be able to capture everyone’s hearts. I promise to work my hardest and get to that point! The most important thing I wish to archive is to make sure all my fans have a smile on their faces when they see our performances and since I’m really doing the thing I love, I hope everyone will have fun with us! :) - ten