put some honey and sea water by your bed. acknowledge that your being needs sweetness and cleansing. that it is sore. that you are soft.
Don’t kiss me if you’re afraid of thunder. My life is a storm.
Click here to watch Jon Stewart discuss Fox News’s coverage of Ferguson, Missouri.
is this what heaven looks like
My favourite thing about this, is that he goes back to his father, and holds him accountable for his actions. He’s thought he was in the wrong for years. That it was his fault he lost his honour. To see him come to this understanding that he was a child and his father was the responsible party was amazing.
His character development throughout the whole 3 seasons was amazing. He started off on a path of revenge, believing that his father was powerful and amazing and that the only way to earn his honour was to please his father.
In book 2 he learned how ordinary people live their lives, and he picked up valuable lessons in humility and justice during these travels, honing his sense of right and wrong which culminated in his metamorphosis at the end of the season
In book 3 it was shown how Zuko was struggling with the temptation of having everything he had ever wanted, but at the price of him feeling empty and hollow because of it. He eventually realised this and came to terms with it with some help from Uncle Iroh. He knew what he had to do as he faced his father on that day and had the drive and strength to leave behind what he loved so he could fight for what he knew was right, not what he had been taught to believe was right. Through this, he became a true firebending master and earned his honour and dignity.
But with his own hands and through his own means. Not with the help of his father, his nation or even the woman he loved. By himself.
And that’s why he’s my favourite character
Found this lovely dadjoke in my local shopping centre
jokes about communism aren’t funny unless you share them with everyone
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