awww… the kyoto arch is also about kenshin learning to depend on people…and it makes sense that he’d go see Seijuro Hiko…when he’s with him there’s this weird sense of a lessening of his responsibility because he’s no longer the strongest person in the room…so sleepy more tmrrw
omg misao’s grandfather.
oh and i love how he mentioned that the restaurant that served as a headquarters for the kyoto section of the oniwaban group during the revolution became a place for members of the group to work during peace time. because its no good only being able to live during times of crisis.
so you bought tumblr. here are things you can do to make it better!
- a better search system. like i want to be able to put it 2 separate tags in the url to see if someone has posted some thing, like a certain show and and episode of that show, for example
- go back to how it was when we could check all the tags we follow consecutively!
- make it so that we can decide which one of our blogs is the primary account
- make it so that we can find the source of a post immediately without having to click ‘see more notes’ a bajillion times
- you know tumblr savior? make a way that you only follow a certain tag on a person’s blog and not the entire blog (or does this exist already?)
- pay better attention to when people report blogs for gross stuff like racism!
- pay better attention when people report that they are being harrassed!
thank you and best of luck in keeping your company relevant!
im so tired. i just had 2 slices of cheese for dinner.
The strategy is to have a practice, and what it means to have a practice is to regularly and reliably do the work in a habitual way.
The notion that I do my work here, now, like this, even when I do not feel like it, and especially when I do not feel like it, is very important. Because lots and lots of people are creative when they feel like it, but you are only going to become a professional if you do it when you don’t feel like it. And that emotional waiver is why this is your work and not your hobby."
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