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I will be deleting my blog later in the week as I spend no time here anymore, except for coming on once a week to see hw thinsg are. I spend most of my time now over on my other tumblr account here.

If you want to follow me there then please do. I will be floowing soemof your blogs as I like seeing you on my dash :)

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tastefullyoffensive:

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Trying to talk to the other half about Religion…

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onlinecounsellingcollege:

  1. Giving and receiving unconditional love
  2. Having a solid friendship
  3. A commitment to understand each other, and each other’s perspective on things
  4. Having a relationship that is built on trust
  5. Having, and demonstrating, genuine respect for one another
  6. Sharing common values
  7. Maintaining open communication, and making time to talk and share what’s on your heart
  8. Not assuming you can read each other’s mind
  9. Being able to disagree and argue in a respectful way
  10. Relationship decisions are discussed and made jointly
  11. Sharing laughter and fun
  12. Doing things you enjoy together
  13. Supporting each other’s individual interests (whether we share those interest or not)
  14. Being willing to give and take, to be flexible and to compromise at times
  15. Having time apart as well as together; having separate friends that you see on your own.

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tinalikesbutts:

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aiklahori:

- I don’t know the original source/artist/poet. Found it on net and sharing. 

the poem is by merrill glass and this is the source for the art!!

My heart.

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MYTHOLOGY MEME | (1/3) OBJECTS
PANDORA’S BOX is an artifact in Greek mythology, taken from the myth of Pandora’s creation in Hesiod’s Works and Days. The “box” was actually a large jar given to Pandora, which contained all the evils of the world. When Prometheus stole fire from heaven, Zeus took vengeance by presenting Pandora to Epimetheus, Prometheus’ brother. With her, Pandora was given a beautiful jar – with instructions not to open it under any circumstance. Impelled by her curiosity (given to her by the gods), Pandora opened it, and all evil contained therein escaped and spread over the earth. She hastened to close the container, but the whole contents had escaped, except for one thing that lay at the bottom – the Spirit of Hope named Elpis. Pandora, deeply saddened by what she had done, feared she would have to face Zeus’ wrath, since she had failed her duty; however, Zeus did not punish Pandora, because he knew this would happen. The mistranslation of pithos is usually attributed to the 16th century humanist Erasmus of Rotterdam who translated Hesiod’s tale of Pandora into Latin. Erasmus rendered pithos as the Greek pyxis, meaning “box”. The phrase “Pandora’s box” has endured ever since. (x)  

MYTHOLOGY MEME | (1/3) OBJECTS

PANDORA’S BOX is an artifact in Greek mythology, taken from the myth of Pandora’s creation in Hesiod’s Works and Days. The “box” was actually a large jar given to Pandora, which contained all the evils of the world. When Prometheus stole fire from heaven, Zeus took vengeance by presenting Pandora to Epimetheus, Prometheus’ brother. With her, Pandora was given a beautiful jar – with instructions not to open it under any circumstance. Impelled by her curiosity (given to her by the gods), Pandora opened it, and all evil contained therein escaped and spread over the earth. She hastened to close the container, but the whole contents had escaped, except for one thing that lay at the bottom – the Spirit of Hope named Elpis. Pandora, deeply saddened by what she had done, feared she would have to face Zeus’ wrath, since she had failed her duty; however, Zeus did not punish Pandora, because he knew this would happen. The mistranslation of pithos is usually attributed to the 16th century humanist Erasmus of Rotterdam who translated Hesiod’s tale of Pandora into Latin. Erasmus rendered pithos as the Greek pyxis, meaning “box”. The phrase “Pandora’s box” has endured ever since. (x)  

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avelinas:

LOTR/HOBBIT MEME → ten anything you want [2/10]

scene → Arwen against Ringwraiths

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