#oldhabitsdiehard

Did it ever occur to you that we don’t want to get in touch with our feelings? That actually feeling our feelings might make it impossible to survive in here?

Love, love, love… what is it good for? Absolutely  nothing.

Watch Emma’s speech and take action

kingcheddarxvii:

If someone says “I love u” and you say “I love u 2” back, make sure you add “no Bono” so they know you mean that you love them too, not just the legendary Irish rock band U2

We arrived in the italian capital city of rome. There was an american girl travelling with us called Julie. We discoverd Julie was almost completely blind.Our trip manager jokingly said he had forgotten the way back to the hotel and did anyone know how to get there? None of us did. But then Julie piped up ‘I can do it’. We all thought she was joking too but she said ‘no, seriously, I can take us all back’. So we turned and filed behind her. She led us to the maze of winding streets. Someone asked ‘How’re you doing this? How can you possibly remember the way we came?’ - ‘I just know. Feel how beautiful and cool the air is. We’re by the fountain, that’s where we turned left. ‘I’m smelling freshly baked bread, she said. We turned right by this bakery and this is the café we passed by. I recognized the sound of that coffee machine. Trust me.’ And sure enough with every turn, the things we hadn’t focused on before revealed themselfs like hidden jams. Did we make it back to the hotel? We did, actually! Right to the front door. What struck me was, how Julie made us all see the city through her eyes. - Natalie Dormer (x)


 “I always wanted to be a performer, but discipline was something I needed help with, and I got that through wrestling and football. Through sports, I learned how to work my ass off and how to take advice and say “I don’t know” when I don’t know and to ask questions and be confident. It all came from sports and from my coaches. Gary Cease, he was a wrestling coach and he told me that I was creative and that was a cool thing. He could’ve called me weird, but he didn’t. My dad coached me, and when he wasn’t a coach, he was there leaning on a fence at the practices. I learned more from sports about how to handle myself in Hollywood than I ever did doing plays”

“I always wanted to be a performer, but discipline was something I needed help with, and I got that through wrestling and football. Through sports, I learned how to work my ass off and how to take advice and say “I don’t know” when I don’t know and to ask questions and be confident. It all came from sports and from my coaches. Gary Cease, he was a wrestling coach and he told me that I was creative and that was a cool thing. He could’ve called me weird, but he didn’t. My dad coached me, and when he wasn’t a coach, he was there leaning on a fence at the practices. I learned more from sports about how to handle myself in Hollywood than I ever did doing plays”

you snap back to being important to each other, because you still are