Hearing America’s laugh in my head as I reblog posts about the fifth season of Hetalia…
On December 25th, at midnight, everyone should go outside and sing the song, “Marukaite Chikyuu”, SO THE YOU COULD HEAR THE WHOLE WORLD SINGING IT AND WOULD MAKE HISTORY! It would be epic,ONLY SING THE VERSION OF THE COUNTRY YOUR FROM! But they’re all in Japanese. SO PLEASE LEARN THE SONG AND SING IT ON DECEMBER 25!
It’s only a matter of time before Tumblr starts shipping Slenderman and Trenderman.
tumblrbot asked: WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE INANIMATE OBJECT?
The pen. The pen holds the power to change the world.
Insanity runs rampant in the world in which we live. The generations thrive upon the havoc it leaves in its wake, and they try to cover and mask it through blatant lies and half-assed guises that are products of the very thing they are trying to cache away. It’s a dastardly and vicious circle upon which it continues to exponentially grow.
The worst part is, it exists in all of us. Every single soul possesses some degree of it, andanyamount of it from a single person can be enough to completely shatter this careful reality that we’ve come to know. Even the French have words that describe it.”L’appel du vide”— “The call of the void”. That urge to jump from heights that you know will kill you.THATis what Insanity is. The voice inside of you that is a masochist, arsonist, or genocidal maniac — thethingthat provokes your inner evil, that true sickening desire to do harm or wreak havoc upon the world for no apparent reason. This is what exists in us all.
However, there is one counter to Insanity. And it, much akin to the aforementioned, also exists in every soul. It is Bravery. Bravery. Bravery, Bravery, Bravery. A seven-letter word with so, so many meanings. Some define it as actions that are heroic in nature — of being a great hero or heroine. Others define it as the will to do anything in spite of the fear that you may have of doing it.
I, however, prefer to define it more simplistically. I believe that Bravery is simply the opposite of Insanity. Where Insanity conjures chaos, Bravery deals forth order. Where Insanity wishes to be quick to react, Bravery is calming and patient to wait for the correct moment. Where Insanity is, Bravery is theopposite. Bravery too, exists in all of us, albeit in minuscule amounts in this day and age.
And it is because of all of the those things that Braveryisandisn’tthat I can tell you that absolutely nothing save for good can come of it.
For it is Bravery that compels us to stand up for what we believe in, even in the circumstances of complete and utter obliteration. It is Bravery that drives us to be innovative in the face of complacency and indifference. It isBraverythat guards us against those whom wield Insanity in their arsenal. To be able to stand against Insanity’s blatant disregard of Human Rights, its commitment to genocide and slaughter, its harsh will to suppress and belittle the masses, and its indifference to irreparably alter the truth.
It was Bravery that has always saved the World. ItisBravery that continues to save the World. And it willalways beBravery, whether that of individuals or that of entire masses of people, that will save the World.Bravery. B — R — A — V — E — R — Y. That sole, seven-letter word that can save the World. So simple, yet undefinable. That concept, so vague, yet so completely understandable at the same time.
Humanity needs more people whom trust in Bravery, and not in Insanity. You are you, right now, and forever. You may “change”, but you will always be the same — yourself. It’s high-time that you embraced a little Bravery. Stand up to Insanity. Do. Not. Let. It. Win.
And only you can do it.
— Friedrich Nietzche
— Benjamin Disraeli