This year taught me that my loneliness has more to do with myself than anyone else. The loneliest I will ever be is when I do not have the strength to love myself.
Keeping Korra out of “After All These Years” makes “Korra Alone” a concentrated dose of pathos. The road to recovery is long and winding and we feel it when the show show fixes its attention on the arduous journey. There’s minimal crossovers from her snail mail correspondence with Mako, Bolin, and Asami; each voiceover pushes Team Avatar further and further apart. Korra can’t even bring herself to write back to the boys, confiding diffidence and guilt to her only female friend. Though Korra’s encounter with Zaheer didn’t directly deal with her femininity, this moment frames the attack in new light. No matter what the circumstances, if a man infringes on a woman, there are shades of the experience that other men just won’t understand. It’s a beautiful, subtle message for the writers to flirt with.


*Remus and Tonks losing Teddy in a crowded place*

"What does your son look like?"

"Good question"


have you ever shipped a ship so hard you forgot it wasn’t canon

(Source: bewarethebrow)


people on tumblr who have those little friend groups and you’re just watching them be cool like


I'm in too deep
I am mastering my love for you and turning it inwards as a constituent element of myself. (Jean-Paul Sartre)

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