Half A Heart ♥♥
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Dancing is my escape, it makes me forget that I need to do homework, worry about tomorrow, worry if I will succeed, worry if I will ever be loved, worry about life. Even if it is just by myself, I will keep on dancing reminding myself that I will always be complete when I’m dancing with the music.
I like how sweden just decided one day that gender is fucking bullshit so they got a gender neutral pronoun and stopped separating boy clothes and girl clothes and have pictures of spiderman pushing a baby stroller in a toy magazine why isn’t every country like sweden
you push that stroller sassy spiderman!
you fight those bad guys girlfriend!
you style that hair lil’ dude!
I realized my favorite scenes from this season are of Marie Laveau on her throne, mocking or threatening another character. Angela Bassett (aka queen of enunciation) deserves numerous awards for this character.
You can make it through this
Klaine watching cat videos requested by Maribel!
Divali (Diwali, Deepavali) is the Festival of Lights that symbolizes the lifting of spiritual darkness. Divali means an array of lamps (deep: lamp; vali: array) and, every year, it is celebrated by Hindus around the world with the lighting of diyas (similar to the ones shown in pictures at the top). A diya is a small clay pot that contains oil and a cotton wick that is lit. In Trinidad, coconut oil is used to keep the diyas burning.
Divali is observed on the new moon day (Amavasya, Amaavaasya) of the month of Kaartik (Kartik) in the Hindu calendar. Divali Day can occur any time between the 14th day (in the dark half) of the month ofAashwayuja and the 2nd day of the bright half of Kaartik. In 1966, Divali Day was proclaimed an annual public holiday in Trinidad and Hindus all over the country celebrate the occasion with pageants, Religious Dancing and the lighting of diyas.
According to the scholars, the origins of Divali are based both on harvesting festivals and the legends of India. The illumination (Hindu: Deepotsavas) and accompanying festivities are in celebration of: (1) wealth and prosperity; (2) the new year; and (3) the triumph of good over evil.
Happy Divali everyone!
New skate trick: The notebook