"At first our dreams seem impossible, then they seem improbable, and then, when we summon the will they soon become inevitable"- Christopher Reeve. This is the first installment of my newest art series " an ideal to strive for" inspired by the wisdom of Christopher Reeve. #art #series #watercolor #culture #christopherreeve
Had a conversation with my co workers about society today. And most of them believed the problem lied in technology that today were to attached and too focus around other peoples problem and what they are doing at that point. And I agree with them but from my point of view. The problem is that everyone today wants to own the world. Be rich, and famous. Party every weekend but we really just need people to help save it. And I’m not talking about being a superhero. I’m talking about being the closest thing to it. A cop , firefighter , doctor, or even something as simple as giving advice to someone to brighten their day. Because all of us can be heroes and save the world. You just have to have faith in people to do right thing.
FAQ #1, for the anon who asked about it a while ago. Part I of a series, which means mORE TO COME. Like comics, I am so organized i SEEM DISORGANIZED???
Ultimate Marvel universe is 1610
but good work.
this will help the newbies.
YES I KNOW someone already pointed that out DDXX i SWEAR I DOUBLE-CHECKED THAT IDK WHAT’S WRONG WITH MY BRAIN.
Yes, I know I already reblogged the links to these but I’m reblogging them separately too and YOU CAN’T STOP ME.
Here, have another.
But WAIT — there’s MOAR!
We’re all confronted with trials, But the true measure of a man is how he chooses to react in the face of those trials.
When Winston Churchill heard about the attack on Pearl Harbor, he broke out a bottle of champagne and said, “We’ve won the war.” His generals looked at him like he’d lost his mind. America’s pacific fleet was wiped out, France was overrun, and the Luftwaffe was bombing London. Churchill said America is like a giant boiler. Light a fire under it, and there’s no limit to the amount of heat it can generate
So I’m writing and directing an independent film called “The Last Raid” and I am really excited about it. Like beyond excited. And here’s probably my favorite line from the movie.
Most of you have probably already read this, but this is so, so important. I think it’s a damn shame that the name of the Aurora shooter or the marathon bombers is common knowledge but not the name of this brave young man.
His father said that, “He made his mother cry, but he saved hundreds of mothers from crying for their children.”
I can’t imagine such pure selflessness. I remember when I was 15, and I couldn’t have done something like this. I don’t think I’m even this selfless now.
Young heroes like Aitzaz and Malala give me hope for Pakistan, and the world. They’re the change that we need. They’re the people who you should judge Islam by, not the extremists. I know I don’t have that many followers, but please, for anyone who reads this today, spare a moment to think about this young hero and his grieving family.
Real life hero, ladies and Gentlemen.