mmcm: anonymous asked: nine or eleven

I have lived a long life and I have seen a few things. I walked away from the last great Time War, I marked the passing of the Time Lords, I saw the birth of the universe and I watched as time ran out, moment by moment until nothing remained, no time, no space, just me. I walked in universes where the laws of physics were devised by the mind of a mad man.I watched universes freeze and creations burn,I have seen things you wouldn’t believe, I have lost things you will never understand - and I know things, secrets that must never be told, knowledge that must never be spoken… knowledge that will make parasite gods blaze! So come on then! Take it!


For university students, we all know that lectures are most often the worst thing in the world. Most of the time they are early in the morning (ugh, didn’t even have time for coffee!) and can often run as long as 3 hours (snooze!) So Ive complied a bit of information that may help you in preparing for lectures! 

Preparing for a lecture: 

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Affirm your vision, clarify your vision, know what you’re doing, why you’re doing it, and how you’re doing it, day by day, moment by moment. And sometimes the how only shows up on a need to know basis. Don’t wait for the how until you start pursuing your vision. Don’t wait for the how. Sometimes you just have to walk blindly. But if you just do your vision every single day, putting one foot in front of the other, committed to your desires, being obedient, walking through your fears, then your vision will unfold much grander that you ever could have imagined or asked for.

So, this is what I say, to support your vision instead of begging for it, pleading for it, praying “Oh God Pleeeeease, Pleeeeease God Pleeeeeeaassee, Pleeease God.“ BE STILL!! Let your daily spiritual practice be one of stillness. LISTEN for the INSTRUCTION instead of BEGGING for the DIRECTION. Listen. Be still.

Because it’s guaranteed, if you have the vision, it will pull you forward. You don’t have to beg and plead. It’s a guarantee if you have it within you, it must unfold according to universal law. BREATHE…and listen.

—  Iyanla Vanzant

(via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nP8JnuEnkK4)

How To Take Notes is officially in video form, so please go ahead and check it out!

Please don’t hesitate to message me with any video ideas you guys would like to see from me, or message me with anything really. I love hearing from you guys :)

This whole universe is governed by a set of natural laws we can best describe using the language of mathematics. You know how you can tell when you, as an individual, are LIVING by those same laws (known as “living mathematics”)? You will see every plan you put in motion coincide with the people you run into, and everything seems to be connected. It’s not coincidence. It’s not an external force. It’s you. Doing what you’re supposed to be doing. And when things get bumpy, it’s you again.”

Supreme Understanding Allah


The Dark Side of Time. Is this accurate, or even believable in the science community? Especially since this is a claim on a Universal Law.

Your thoughts create your reality. Pay attention to what you are giving your focus to because your thoughts are either repelling things from you or attracting things to you. It’s not just the thoughts, it’s the emotions as well, because emotions are vibrations. Everything is energy.
—  Christy Whitman, transformational leader, Founder & CEO of Quantum Success Coaching Academy

Universal Law
Artist: Madison Skriver’s Art

Artist note about this work:

The quote on the bottom reads: “When your mind is filled with love, send it in one direction, then a second, a third, and a forth, then above, then below. Identify with everything without hatred, resentment, anger, or enmity. This mind of love is very wide. It grows immeasurably and eventually is able to embrace the whole world.” -Buddha I wanted this woman to appear as is she’s channeling energy through her gaze. Really, we are all constantly consciously or unconsciously whirling an aura of energy around ourselves- I want to be more aware of what I am putting out to the world around me.


Tips You Need to Know on Preparing for Exams (in college)

1. You need to know the format of the exam. Is it multiple choice, essay, open response, oral presentation? It really helps to know the format because you can start from there. 

2. You need to know when the exam will be. Its usually in the syllabus, but if not, as your professor. Write in down in your calendar. Circle it in big, bright colors. If you miss your exam, you are doomed! Know as you are studying throughout the weeks and count down to the exam so you know how much time to spend studying. 

3. You need to know where the exam will be. Is it going to be across campus in a building you have never heard of? If so, you need to go see it for yourself exactly where it is at least the day before, because you will panic when you don’t find it 5 mins before the exam starts because you ‘thought you knew’ where it was, but there was no one in there or you walk in on a psychology class looking stupid as you ask, “I thought this was my Calculus 127 Exam class.” The professor will not care that you got lost. She or he will expect that you know it or at least ask a day before the exam. 

4. You need to know that you have to schedule your study time however you need to. Yes, you, all by yourself, need to go to the library without your mom calling you, and telling you to go make something of the thousands of dollars she is spending on you. You know your schedule. Make time to study, or you will fail. 

5. You need to know not to have an anxiety attack the night before. Did you do everything you were supposed to? Did you space out your studying and spent enough time and effort into it? If the answer is yes, then don’t stay up late worrying, or worse, pulling an all nighter because you think you will learn more information. All nighters are terrible before the test. You are better off going to the gym the night before, shake off some nerves, and sweat it out. 

6. You need to know to eat before the test. Hearing your stomach growl as you are trying to concentrate on passing this class is not going to help you, only put you in a bad mood, which is scientifically proven reduces test scores. So, go eat and be happy. Also, keep a water bottle with you, so you don’t have to go find a water fountain on the other side of the building and save time. Finally, go to the bathroom before the exam starts, that saves some more time :) 

7. You need to know to come prepared for the exam. Do you need certain books? Are you supposed to hand in an essay due before? Bring extra pencils and pens, you’re not in kindergarten anymore. Are you allowed to bring a calculator? Does your teacher let you have some helpful stuff for it, such as class notes, etc?

8. You need to know specifically what will be on the exam and what will not. Sometimes students try to learn everything when the professor told them the specific pages/chapters/lecture slides that will be on the test. Don’t waste your time memorizing or reading things that are never going to be asked of you. 

9. You need to know to go to class review sessions. Students often think this is useless because its only an hour or two, but this is so not true. I had a professor who went over the actual exam in the session and people who came to the session scored As and the ones who didn’t show, maybe because they thought they could study better on their own, scored much lower. Ask specific questions that you need to clear up. But also, if you didn’t go to class all semester and you show up asking, “so what is calculus?”, the professor will not be so amused by you. 

10. You need to know that the first exam actually counts, and is most likely the easiest test out of the whole semester. If you fuck this up, you will need to try so hard to balance it out with a  good grade, however exams get typically harder as the semester goes on.

—  Me