Yoda’s world without war.
Yoda’s world without war.
“It’s very healthy to spend time alone. You need to know how to be alone and not be defined by another person.”
– Oscar Wilde (via cherrylet)
Anakin being 1000% done with Obi-Wan accepting drinks from pirates and druglords.
Yoda’s illusion of the Temple (a.k.a. this isn’t real, so don’t freak out—it’s just an illusion)
"No matter what I choose, I die. It’s rigged."
"I’ve got my eyes on you, Skywalker"
Careful there, Master Windu. You don’t wanna get on his bad side.
But oops, you already did! And we all knew you had it coming!
LOL Legend of Korra reference obviously, just seems to fit like a glove heheh XD
Yoda’s world without war
art students before a final is due
In 1992 a shipping container filled with rubber ducks was lost at sea. Over 28,000 rubber duckies fell overboard on their way from Japan to the United States. Imagine thousands of rubber ducks floating on the ocean. Many of them have since washed up on the shores of Hawaii, Alaska, South America, Australia and the Pacific Northwest. Others have been found frozen in Arctic ice and made their way to Newfoundland and Scotland. How wonderful to find a rubber duck on shore one day!
Perhaps what is more interesting and the key point of this story is it is believed there are over 2,000 of them are caught up in the currents of the North Pacific Gyre. The Gyre is a vortex of water that stretches between Japan and southeast Alaska. It is a vast churning area of water that holds anything that comes into it in a whirlpool for years if not forever. Now imagine thousands of rubber ducks churning around and around in a whirlpool of water for over 20 years.
The *really* cool part is that they’re using them to track ocean currents.
(And that, Mr. Weasley, is the function of a rubber duck.)
Funny how the fandom loves talking about how Charles didn’t accept Raven’s mutation, but no one notice how she never accepts anything about charles. She spends the whole movie accusing him of everything you can think of, and never accepts his telepathy.
Not gonna lie, the fact that this is so rarely addressed does kind of bother me.
Pretty much. Erik and Raven tote about mutant and proud, yet neither of them can accept Charles’ telepathy.
Raven flips her shit when she thinks Charles has been reading her mind, she insists that he doesn’t and she’s his sister. It’s made abundantly clear that he had a difficult, essentially loveless childhood (his reaction to “Sharon” offering to make him hot chocolate, the physically distant photograph, the dead father…) and the one person who he’s closest to can’t accept the whole of who he is. Few things hurt more than realizing the people you love most cannot accept you whole hog, only select pieces of you. And it’s 100% apparent that Charles (misguided or no) acts out of love and worry for his baby sister whereas Raven acts out of guarded fear, yet she crucifies him for wanting to be “part of [the world]” and claims he’s the one who can’t be accepting.
But no, Charles is the big mean boogeyman for trying to protect his sister the only way he knows how.
#it bothers me so much like she gets so shitty at him for wanting to be part of the world and not against it#But who on this earth wouldn’t want to be part of the world when they’ve had the sum of themself rejected#Who wouldn’t desire to be around other people (especially with a gift like telepathy which is by defintion a more social mutation)#and search for those open-minded ones who wouldn’t shun his telepathy#Raven acts like Charles is naive and doesn’t understand when he understands better than anyone#The man is a telepath he’s seen the breadth of the human condition he understands that there is good and evil in this world#yet chooses to strive for equality and cohabitation#he chooses to believe in the overpowering force of good
Reblobbing with Erik’s tags too because they are perf.
“Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future.”
– Paul Boese (via life-itself-is-a-quotation)