Why do I like a quote that jogs so much in my mind? Because platonic dull sweet messages convey fuck all. A quote, a thought, a piece of art- they all need to make you stop, think, and reevaluate.
I was nominated for the Mystery Blogger Award – learn 3 personal things about me and how I answered the given questions. And visit the blogs of my nominees Source: Mystery Blogger Award Nomination • Keya’s World
A round up of the past Wednesday Wisdom quotes and posts, from Carl Sagan to Toni Morrison, from Mewtwo to Douglas Adams. Have a read of the over view- and dabble in the full posts!
Measure for Measure is one of those plays that I think people, especially young people, need to see. Not only for tidbits like this one but the general over arching message of the play, just because you’re in a position of power doesn’t make you morally correct.
Just a simple message, that even if we are from a low background we can work towards being something better. A supportive network, friends or family, can help everyone develop- I know that first hand. I can only help that everyone has the chance for one.
What I wanted to write about was what Pokemon has taught me, and probably countless of other kids, just through the games, animation, cards, and it’s design. From how Pokemon are effected by the environment, breeding, the basis of their designs, and the taxonomy of Pokemon.
By far my favourite play from the Bard. I read it, saw all film/tv variations of the time, and anything related to it during my time at school preparing for GCSEs. This wasn't a voluntary situation, my whole class were put through vigorous The Scottish Play study as my English teacher had broken her arm. It was a simple case of wheeling in the tv set and putting on the tape rather than having an actual English literature teacher in for the lesson.