Asked by schweinsteigstuber
Yay! Other soccer fans! Lol. First off, let me thank you for visiting - and secondly, for making this so simple for my day; yes, seeing things out the corner of your eye is VERY common when it comes to spirits visiting in your home or anywhere else. But don’t be scared, because a good majority of them might come across as spooky, but are perfectly harmless.
For people who are not used to seeing ghosts/spirits, it will often be brief and hard to spot until you’ve encountered them a bit more often, have become more “spiritually aware” of these things, and have stopped to read and learn more in books or videos. By guiding your brain to think in the right direction, you’ll start to see both spirits and “signs” more often. “Signs”, being a simple way of saying, coincidence. Like, thinking of a friend who died, and then spotting an Eagle or Hawk outside (a sign of freedom and strength). Or maybe something in the house getting moved when you’re the only one home…
Learning to channel from the ground up is all about learning as you go along. To this day I cringe when I recount the major and minor channelings over the past year and the first half of this blog that I’ve majorly fucked up and have experienced crucial learning lessons…
Warsan Shire (via quotes-shape-us)
T2DG Tip : The problem with the desire to be beautiful in the eyes of other people is because it comes from a need for constant validation. Sure, its fine to want to be the best YOU can be but when you’re just going for a ‘wow’ effect from other people, you’ve got a problem. We’ve seen people literally lose themselves in a need to be fuckable for other people and it brought out the WORST in them. Even with all of the attention they could muster (thousands or hundreds of people fawning over them in a lifetime), it still wasn’t ENOUGH for them. They were still insecure, still lonely, and still had a void they couldn’t seem to fill.
The problem is that there is no VOID. It’s a fake void created by vanity. You’re so self absorbed that you want people to like you because you’re bored with just having approval from yourself. That’s where said ‘void’ comes from. It is literally from boredom. You have a bunch of people say you’re beautiful, get the perfect mate, etc, etc, but you still feel as if you’re missing something. It’s ultimately just you being bored with your damn self.
Validation is a never ending cycle. You can’t feed it. The best way to kill it is to be satisfied with your own love for yourself and move on.
You don’t need Billy down the street or Alexis from Chem II to wantch’ya-ass. You don’t need 10,000 randoms on twitter or on instagram calling you “perf” for you to think so.
Desire does not equate value. Being desirable does not mean that they’ll ever find you valuable. Your man can’t do that. your woman can’t do that, friends, family, random folks on the net.
Only YOU can do that.(via talkingtodeadguys) I support this
Contrary to popular belief,
"I love you" and "I’m sorry" are not bandaids.
Saying “I love you” in the middle of a fight does not negate the feelings that were hurt.
And “I’m sorry” means absolutely nothing without an active effort to not do that thing again.
Words can be bombs, but they can never be bandaids.
He was good looking back then, I agree. Not so much for me anymore, but I appreciate his acting talents no matter what! Such style!! P.S: at the end, when he was too heavy for the noose block, I laughed.. And laughed.. XD
"That’s what you’re thinking. "What does he want to hear?" The truth, Helen, is always the right answer."
AHHHH SO SEXY
Asked by Anonymous
No, I have no spoken to Heydrich, though I’m not sure I wish to. He died young, which I can sympathize for, but his personal views and mine do NOT match well. Conversations would probably become heated in regards to disrespecting human life. It’s most likely the same reasons I do not talk to Adolf Hitler, Rudolf Hess, or Himmler, among other people.
Reinhard was a hard working young man though, very resolute and strict with himself from what I’ve read of him, and his love for fencing is cool… but it doesn’t mean I’m gonna approve of him anytime soon.
I did’t approve of their “final solution”, and if it means I have less Nazi fans following my page, then too bad. :\ I’m not pro-Jewish or anything either, but mass murder to get rid of a religious banding is stupid. The Madagascar plan could’ve worked, if the island wasn’t so friggin’ small too. Australia maybe.. BAH! Now I’m rambling!
…Also, I’m pretty sure I’d prefer if people stopped sending me these questions in Anon when I KNOW you have profiles here on Tumblr. *Eyeballs*
My room mate and I live not two blocks from the local cemetery, which houses some of the oldest headstones (and residents) in Vancouver. We’ve met some of them as well - quite nice people, while walking through for a stroll, and have decided that the place could use a bit of love. Some of the oldest grave markers and stones there have become a bit dirty or hard to read, and the only people there that take care of them are the landscapers; who only really mow the grass and take care of the bushes and weeds. Such beautiful headstones, dating all the way back to 1869! So a few Scotch Brite brushes, a little bleach for anti-mold removal, and they’ll be beautiful again. :D