The life you are having is the life you are creating.
Even when this seems paradoxical on the surface, - how could you ever possibly want anything but happiness, - on a deeper level, there is something in you that is making it so. To transform your life you first must understand what is keeping it the way it is.
But what about people who have cancer? What about children that are being abused?
What about people (like me) that know that the only person standing in their way is themselves yet they can’t find the reason nor the solution for it?
I would really want to know what there is inside me that is making be so unhappy.
I have been searching for years.
This is what the people of Ferguson are up against and if you still don’t think that this is a big deal then you need to wake the fuck up
Sorry if me posting this bothers you. It could be coming to a town near you! Solidarity,
So I rarely do line work, but I just bought Kyle T. Websters new dry media set, and they are really great! Maybe I’ll start doing more…
Anyways. For practice, Kami Glass from The Lynburn Legacy by Sarah Rees Brennan, which I’ve been reading recently.
realest thing I’ve seen in a while
this was so amazing. so thought provoking. an eye-opening social criticism.
Robin Williams’ death troubles and saddens me greatly, even though I feel that as I didn’t know him I cannot mourn as much as those who did. Nobody in the universe deserves to ever feel like their life is not worth living. Sometimes it’s the warmest people who need a hand in life the most. Rest in peace, captain.
Yes, humanity has become so used to seeing other people sad that they treat it like it is no big deal. But nobody should feel so sad, that they want to die and there are so many who feel like this.
I am sad that Robin Williams passed away. I hope his soul rests in heaven.
It’s so frustrating when you’re like the only person who can see how evil and sneaky someone is and everyone else is like blind to it