❦”Mun will be on a rp hiatus until my best toy comes back: meanwhile, mun will reply to asks and short threads.(
maybe, ) Else you can read more books or talk and rp with mun on her L-elf or her personal blog. Mata aou.”❦
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So is this Kogami?
“Aging is quite similar to death. Some people stand up to aging and death as it were nothing. They can do so not because they’re braver than others, but simply because they lack imagination. (Source: drownedinabyss)
Only once people deny that which they love, do they become able to create it anew. Perhaps, the book I write, too, will die one day just like my body will. However, people have to accept that death is unavoidable. They will probably be gone in ten years. Their books will no longer exist in a hundred years as well. People accept this. Eternality is promised neither to books nor to humans. We live because we were born. If the system possesses the power of the life and death over you… you’re no longer a human. You’re livestock. No matter how hard a rancher tries to pretend otherwise, they never recognize their livestock as their friends.
It’s a mystery to me… How is it that these people, treated as livestock in this boring society, have not tried at all to destroy it?
Nothing in this world is eternal. The only thing that truly exists is the splendor of the souls that atone for their sins.”
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AH, JUST KILL ME AGAIN…”5 notes Reblog
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otakufangirl801 said: From where do you think the saying "killing two birds with one stone" originate from?
“Killing two birds with one stone; two objectives with a single effort. It would be remarkable indeed if someone slinging a stone at a bird got one bird,let alone two. Ovid had a similar expression in Latin nearly 2,000 years ago.Related phrases were in English and French literature by the 16th century. Thomas Hobbes used the modern version in a work on liberty in 1656: T. H. thinks to kill two birds with one stone, and satisfy two arguments with one answer. Dictionary of Cliches by James Rogers - Wings Books, Originally New York: Facts on File Publications, 1985”. “The verse was initially used to describe a philosopher’s attempt to prove two arguments with a single solution. The implication was that killing two birds with one stone is extremely challenging and unlikely, and that the philosopher’s attempt should be viewed with suspicion. The philosopher failed to satisfy critics who said that his attempt was about as successful as trying to knock out two birds with a single stone.”3 notes Reblog