your a role model

If your role models are the wives of the Prophet (ﷺ), then know that they stayed INDOORS and never went out of their homes except when dire necessity force them to.

But if your role models are the dirty kāfirah who appear on TV and music channels then do as you please.

Good role models for my daughter:

Please add your own! I know there are so many more!

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“I’m not Barack Obama. I’m not Bill Clinton. Both of them carry themselves with a naturalness that is very appealing to audiences. But I’m married to one and I’ve worked for the other, so I know how hard they work at being natural. It’s not something they just dial in. They work and they practice what they’re going to say. It’s not that they’re trying to be somebody else. But it’s hard work to present yourself in the best possible way. You have to communicate in a way that people say: ‘OK, I get her.’ And that can be more difficult for a woman. Because who are your models? If you want to run for the Senate, or run for the Presidency, most of your role models are going to be men. And what works for them won’t work for you. Women are seen through a different lens. It’s not bad. It’s just a fact. It’s really quite funny. I’ll go to these events and there will be men speaking before me, and they’ll be pounding the message, and screaming about how we need to win the election. And people will love it. And I want to do the same thing. Because I care about this stuff. But I’ve learned that I can’t be quite so passionate in my presentation. I love to wave my arms, but apparently that’s a little bit scary to people. And I can’t yell too much. It comes across as ‘too loud’ or ‘too shrill’ or ‘too this’ or ‘too that.’ Which is funny, because I’m always convinced that the people in the front row are loving it.”

Always show your true self. You were created different, and shouldn’t have to hide any bit of those unique qualities. You may not be the exact same as the role models in your life, but you are definitely just as amazing.
When you help the beginners and they tell your instructors you were great:

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anonymous asked:

Being Prof. McGonagoll's niece/nephew would include...

  • No favouritism; she treats you the exact same way she would any other student. You respect her for her fairness, even if you sometimes wish she would favour you.
  • McGonagall is one of your biggest role models. You aspire to her levels of composure, bravery and sheer magical power
  • She’d be proud whatever house you were sorted into, but she’d love if you were in her house (Gryffindor)
  • The same is true of your favourite subject. She’d encourage your interest in whichever subject you enjoy most, but she’d love if it was Transfiguration 
  • Professor McGonagall only compliments people when she feels they’ve truly earned it, so getting praised from your aunt would mean the world
  • She’s very supportive of you and your dreams. If you told her you wanted to be an auror, for example, she wouldn’t rest until you were 
  • You have the most badass aunt in the world tbh

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-Kerrie

MANGO MOM!!! @atomicmangos
u probably know me as daniella.draws on ur streams, but i just wanna start of by saying CONGRATS ON 10k AHHHH. youre are an incredibly talented soul who i look up to and you deserve this milestone so so much! ever since i watched one of your streams in the summer time ive been so lucky to have u as my mango mom along w the mago fam, and every day you continue to inspire me and others. not only are you talented, youre beautiful, youre kind, and youre a role model. you contribute so much to this fandom and youve certainly influenced it with your ADORABLE fanart.
its been such a pleasure seeing you grow and i cant wait to see you continue to inspire and add to the world of art!
lots of love, mom
from daniella💖

My heart is literally crumbling right now. 

Yesterday, the world mourned the passing of an incredible role model and icon for millions. We cried and we wished her well. May the force be with Carrie Fisher always.

Today, we agonized over the pain of the loss of a beautiful and talented soul for years, mere hours after the passing of her own daughter. Rest in peace sweet Debbie Reynolds. Sing brightly in heaven, in that glorious rain. 

To our dear sweet Billie Lourd. Our hearts break for you as we send our thoughts and prayers to you in this time of overwhelming loss. We love you. Though you had to say goodbye to two of your strongest role models and loves, we know they did not leave you unprepared to face this world by yourself. Two strong and resilient women left you with their loving and strong spirits. We send our love to you Billie. You are not alone. 

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There’s the theory: The positive representation of minority groups in media is important to give people of different backgrounds and identities potential role models. But while this sounds nice in theory, it can be difficult to wrap your head around what, exactly, this means — why these fictional role models matter so much in the first place. 

 On Twitter, Mary Swangin, who works at a comic book store in Indiana known as DCBS, gave a concrete example of why this kind of representation matters so much for LGBTQ people. In a series of tweets, she told the story of a recent shaken-up customer who was able to come to terms with her sexuality through the TV show Supergirl, in which a major character came out as gay: (…) 

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The Zodiac Signs as Role Models

Aries as a role model: Stays youthful and energetic and can relate to the spirit of the young. Shows confidence, self-motivation, ambition, and how to look out for numero uno. 

Taurus as a role model: Is patient with young people and shows them inner strength, determination, practicality, and how to gradually grow. 

Gemini as a role model: Encourages people to always be a child at heart, to be involved, to speak their mind, and to always be curious. 

Cancer as a role model: Shows how to be caring, patient, and understanding towards others. They promote family values and compassion. 

Leo as a role model: Is all about doing the right thing, shows courage, encourages pride in yourself and your work, and promotes hard work.         

Virgo as a role model: Encourages self-improvement, education, career growth, being a reliable person, being honest and communicative.

Libra as a role model: Encourages sharing, fairness, having an open-mind and objectiveness, promotes justice, and letting your creativity out.           

Scorpio as a role model: Shows how to self-heal, encourages being strong, self-reliant, and listening to your intuition, and to follow your passions.

Sagittarius as a role model: Promotes honesty, exploratory behavior, independence, learning, and progress.                                                                  

Capricorn as a role model: Encourages integrity, responsibility, ambition, hard work, and being a productive member of society. 

Aquarius as a role model: Promotes acceptance and tolerance, an open-mind, change, intellectual pursuits, and sometimes their ideals. 

Pisces as a role model: Promotes sensitivity to others, emotional expression, an open-mind, giving, and love. 

Les Misérables Character Asks

Azelma: Who is your role model?

Babet: Do you lose things often?

Bahorel: Have you ever been in a fight?

Bishop Myriel: What is the last random act of kindness you did?

Bossuet: What is the unluckiest thing that’s ever happened to you?

Claquesous:  Tell us a secret about you.

Combeferre: What is the coolest random fact you know?

Cosette: What are 3 things you like about yourself? 

Courfeyrac: Do you have a crush?

Enjolras: What is your vision of an ideal world?

Éponine: What’s something you miss about your childhood? 

Fantine: What’s the biggest sacrifice you’ve made for someone?

Fauchelevent:  What has someone (or something) done to make you change your opinion about them?

Feuilly:  What is something that your proud of that you had to work hard to achieve?

Floréal:  Have you ever had to chose money/stability over love? 

Gavroche: Do you trust your instincts?

Gibelotte: Do you have a nickname?

Grantaire: What is one thing that inspires you? 

Gueulemer: If you could be any mythical creature, what would you be?

Javert: What is something you try to live your life by?

Jehan: What’s your aesthetic?

Joly: Are you superstitious?

Louison: Name five things you couldn’t live without.

Marius: Do you speak more than 1 language? If so, which ones? 

Montparnasse: What’s the laziest thing you’ve ever done? 

Musichetta: If you could ask your future self anything, what would you ask?

Napoléon: Who is someone (or something) you like that everyone else hates? (Or vice-versa?)

Thénardier: How far are you willing to go to get what you want?

Tholomyès: Have you ever ghosted someone? 

Ursula: Are you frequently mistaken for someone else?

Valjean: Have you ever been punished for doing the right thing?