the bottom line here is that i love learning but i hate school because school drains everything good from you and replaces it with anxiety and depression and feelings of inadequacy in people that are incredible and talented and skilled
ambedo n. a kind of melacholic trance in which you become completely absorbed in vivid sensory details—raindrops skittering down a window, tall trees leaning in the wind, clouds of cream swirling in your coffee—which leads to a dawning awareness of the haunting fragility of life.
I want to buy a book, a book that I’ve never heard of, never read. Look at the cover, read the back, flip through the pages. Bring it home. Grab a highlighter, and begin to read the book. Every time there is a sentence, a word, a phrase that I can relate to, I will highlight it. Then, once I am done the book, I will be able to flip through it and see exactly how I was feeling each day that I was reading. It would be like a diary, but written in someone else’s words
i think the best thing about tyler hoechlin is that he’s playing the most angsty character on this show and just broods and broods and broods but irl tyler is like legitimately made of rainbows and unicorns and sunshine and you just want to bask in how fluff he is as a person
So I have this theory that Teen Wolf is doing something really interesting in regards to the symbolism of the classical five elements and how the show uses those elements within their storytelling. It’s more than just the fact that each season seems to revolve around a single element, it’s that this element doesn’t just drive the material thematically, but also directly relates to the actual plot.
And, more than that, I think that when you dig a little deeper you find that each of these elements are also at the center of each of the main characters, both symbolically and in direct relation to their ultimate character arcs.
But let me start at the beginning. Bear with me here.