Accidental Blasphemy

Accidental Blasphemy

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If you really like someones blog, drop them a little message telling them.

If you see someone’s selfie and think they’re pretty, tell them.

If you see someone’s having a hard time or a crappy day, inbox them telling them how much you appreciate it.

If someone posts a cool edit, tell them how awesome it is.

Sharing a little love around the fam isn’t hard and doesn’t take much, but it has a lovely affect and there’s no better feeling that making someone smile. :)

It makes a big difference =)

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solarsisterss:

U know how in winter it gets so cold and u think u will never be hot again and in summer it gets so hot u think u will never be cold again I think that is how it is with ur feelings like when u r sad u think u will never be happy and when u r happy u think u will never be sad. But u will be hot again and u will be cold again and u will be sad again but most of all u will be happy again

This is so relevant

There’s an old saying: “There needs be opposition in all things.” (2 Nephi 2)

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I’ve been a proud Whovian since I was 16 or 17, so that’s about eight years now. My mom introduced me to the show- she had mentioned ClassicWho throughout my childhood, so I knew it was SciFi and that the Doctor was a magical alien.
Both my parents were psychologists, Trekkies, and gamers- so SciFi was a constant theme in our house. Unfortunately, when I became a teenager I went through a rebellious phase and tried to find my own interests (that ironically always led me back to SciFi).
In 2000, my mom suffered a failed surgery and was permanently handicapped. She is practically bed-ridden and in constant pain, so my brothers and I bonded with her primarily through hanging out in her room and watching TV. When the Doctor Who revamp started in 2005, she was so excited. My interested was peaked, but out of silly teenage rebellion, I refused to admit it.
I was fully converted in 2006 after my first time watching a Doctor Who episode all the way through.
That episode was “Doomsday”.
Yeah.
I was awed by the impeccable writing, the high intellectual level, David Tennant’s gorgeousness, the Doctor’s personality, and how relatable/realistic Rose is. Then I bawled my eyes out. I was so moved by the passionate forms of love that “Doomsday” portrayed: romantic love, family love, friends’ love, etc.
The acting was incredible and I absolutely loved how the majority of the characters were so realistic with as little “Hollywood-izing” as possible. I remember thinking, “This must be Britain’s Star Trek!”
I’ll never forget the scene when the Doctor last appears to Rose on that beach, “burning up a whole planet” just to say goodbye! I knew then that I was done for, I was totally in love with Doctor Who:
This incredible, noble character who carries the weight of the world on his shoulders, battling loneliness/guilt, and all he wants to do is help!
I don’t care how cheesy this sounds: it spoke to me so deeply and ever since, Doctor Who has been a source of inspiration for me. It’s helped me cope with my own loneliness/depression and difficult times. I watched the show inspire and help my mom too.
It’s helped me build up confidence as a unique person- and be proud that I’m a unique person.
Doctor Who ultimately teaches the viewer that you can always be a better person, no matter what you’ve done and no matter the obstacles in your way. You can always be better because goodness/beauty is innate in all of us.
Many thanks to Doctor Who (the writers, actors, producers, staff, etc) for creating and continuing such an amazing, inspiring show <3

I’ve been a proud Whovian since I was 16 or 17, so that’s about eight years now. My mom introduced me to the show- she had mentioned ClassicWho throughout my childhood, so I knew it was SciFi and that the Doctor was a magical alien.

Both my parents were psychologists, Trekkies, and gamers- so SciFi was a constant theme in our house. Unfortunately, when I became a teenager I went through a rebellious phase and tried to find my own interests (that ironically always led me back to SciFi).

In 2000, my mom suffered a failed surgery and was permanently handicapped. She is practically bed-ridden and in constant pain, so my brothers and I bonded with her primarily through hanging out in her room and watching TV. When the Doctor Who revamp started in 2005, she was so excited. My interested was peaked, but out of silly teenage rebellion, I refused to admit it.

I was fully converted in 2006 after my first time watching a Doctor Who episode all the way through.

That episode was “Doomsday”.

Yeah.

I was awed by the impeccable writing, the high intellectual level, David Tennant’s gorgeousness, the Doctor’s personality, and how relatable/realistic Rose is. Then I bawled my eyes out. I was so moved by the passionate forms of love that “Doomsday” portrayed: romantic love, family love, friends’ love, etc.

The acting was incredible and I absolutely loved how the majority of the characters were so realistic with as little “Hollywood-izing” as possible. I remember thinking, “This must be Britain’s Star Trek!”

I’ll never forget the scene when the Doctor last appears to Rose on that beach, “burning up a whole planet” just to say goodbye! I knew then that I was done for, I was totally in love with Doctor Who:

This incredible, noble character who carries the weight of the world on his shoulders, battling loneliness/guilt, and all he wants to do is help!

I don’t care how cheesy this sounds: it spoke to me so deeply and ever since, Doctor Who has been a source of inspiration for me. It’s helped me cope with my own loneliness/depression and difficult times. I watched the show inspire and help my mom too.

It’s helped me build up confidence as a unique person- and be proud that I’m a unique person.

Doctor Who ultimately teaches the viewer that you can always be a better person, no matter what you’ve done and no matter the obstacles in your way. You can always be better because goodness/beauty is innate in all of us.

Many thanks to Doctor Who (the writers, actors, producers, staff, etc) for creating and continuing such an amazing, inspiring show <3

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mugenmine:

The Imitation Game - Official UK Teaser Trailer

Yeee! WOW. This looks like an incredible movie! I can’t wait- and did you notice how deep in character Cumbie is? His accent is different, his gait is different, everything! I mean, look at Cumbie in costume for Alan Turing- and now look at a real picture of Alan Turing:

They even copied his hairstyle! What impeccable attention to detail!


I looked up Alan Turing and I was completely astounded by what he accomplished- he basically created a computer (or the foundation of one) in the 1940s! He’s known as the “Father of Computer Science”!

If you don’t mind spoilers, look up Alan Turning on Wikipedia, he was an absolute genius! We owe so much to him and I had no idea until today!

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