One is All, All is One



do you have a friend who’s usually a sweetheart but when they’re angry they’re the creepiest and the most cruel motherfucker you ever saw in your whole life

i am that friend

via gryffindorrk · originally by 1druinedmysociallife
"Not every child takes instantly to books like a duck to water, but I don’t believe there are children who hate books. There are just children who haven’t yet found the right books for them."
— Amanda Craig, If your child won’t read, find another book, The Telegraph (via prettybooks)
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"I finally understood that great works don’t begin as great works. They begin as rough ideas. I realised that creation is a process. I thought if I can understand the first step I can learn the next step. I was fully aware that I had much to learn, but I was confident that I could learn it.

Here’s a rough sketch of my own. This is the sketch that later became the cover for The Bad Beginning

— Brett Helquist

this book was everything to meeeee


Drawing-break: Sophie Hatter, from Diana Wynne Jones’ Howl’s Moving Castle. I love the film, but I love how she talks to the hats in the book!

via burdge · originally by beastlyworlds


complete 180 degree flip like a perfectly grilled hamburger patty

via luaru · originally by jionttt


Anna and the French Kiss symbols + meaning

via naturallysteph · originally by effervescentlassie


I want to hold your hand, but you are the sun and I am the moon… and we will never collide 

via bookduck · originally by kitkatsgalore


for the last fucking time representation does not mean shoving in a queer romance. it means acknowledging we fucking exist. it means a girl saying she likes girls. it means a character doing something as simple as checking out their same gender. you don’t have to be in a relationship to be recognized as queer. representation is not and never has been about ‘ships.’ it’s about normality. it’s about existing for a purpose other than a punchline or a god damned ship

via andiree · originally by neptxnes
via eskatoad · originally by dailyderekhale
"It’s not our job to toughen our children up to face a cruel and heartless world. It’s our job to raise children who will make the world a little less cruel and heartless."
— L.R. Knost (via meggannn)
via meggannn · originally by dailydoseofstuf