julieidk:

if someone tells you that you are not good enough, do not listen to them because you are 100% good enough

There are moments, when you’re getting to know someone, when you realize something deep and buried in you is deep and buried in them, too. It feels like meeting a stranger you’ve known your whole life.
— Leah Raeder, Unteachable (via psychings)

"We were forced into a room together for a chemistry test because the director wanted to get a feel for how we would get on, but there had been so many near attempts of us meeting and working together before, and we have so many mutual friends, that it felt right immediately.”

colinodonorgasm:

The real question, though, isn’t how the Snow Queen knows Elsa but how she knows Emma. Mitchell played that moment of recognition with such complexity that I am baffled by what these two characters could mean to each other. There was surprise there and an unexpected kind of tenderness. Could she have been one of Emma’s foster mothers (or the mother who gave her up when she was three), altering Emma’s memory in the same way she seems to have altered Elsa’s? How does her obvious past with Emma fit into her belief that people with magic will always be feared and oppressed by people without it? (x)

fort-lebanon:

Free Your Mind ♦

fort-lebanon:

Free Your Mind ♦

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