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halyden:

Practices on more anime and semi realistic style of Juvia; she can be so cute sometimes, yet also so cool. I want to try drawing her water body in battle sometime;;

Some mistakes I noticed after I finished, so I may revisit or just keep in mind for future

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The Princess and her Guardians [x]

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delicatemotion:

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sodamnrelatable:

take a moment to realize you have never seen your face in person, just reflections and pictures

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some scientists agree that if you saw a clone of yourself, you wouldn’t recognise it as you, because our idea of what we look like is so different from what we actually look like

This gave me anxiety

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crazy-facts:

Wadi Al-Salaam (Valley of Peace) is an Islamic cemetery, located in Shia holy city of Najaf, Iraq. It is the largest cemetery in the world.It is estimated that before the war about 200 to 250 corpses were buried a day, but in 2010 this number had gone down to under a hundred.
The cemetery covers 1,485.5 acres and contains some 5 million bodies. Daily burials have been on going for over 1,400 years, the site is on the Tentative List of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites.
The cemetery holds the graves of many Muslims, and is located near the shrine of Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib, the first Shia Imam and fourth Caliph. Thus, nearly all Shi’as in Iraq request that they be buried in this cemetery.

crazy-facts:

Wadi Al-Salaam (Valley of Peace) is an Islamic cemetery, located in Shia holy city of Najaf, Iraq. It is the largest cemetery in the world.It is estimated that before the war about 200 to 250 corpses were buried a day, but in 2010 this number had gone down to under a hundred.

The cemetery covers 1,485.5 acres and contains some 5 million bodies. Daily burials have been on going for over 1,400 years, the site is on the Tentative List of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites.

The cemetery holds the graves of many Muslims, and is located near the shrine of Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib, the first Shia Imam and fourth Caliph. Thus, nearly all Shi’as in Iraq request that they be buried in this cemetery.

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warkadang:

AFGHANISTAN. 1964-1973. Turkmen women in traditional clothes, photographed in the provinces of Faryab and Balkh. 

Photographs by Roland and Sabrina Michaud. 

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allahyil3analsohyouniyeh:

That’s because the 30 times that you’ve been to Israel you visited as a privileged person and never had to experience the apartheid yourself. It’s because you went to Israel and not one of the most densely populated regions in the world, Gaza, which regularly receives the brunt force of Israeli military aggression. It’s because you were never forced to give birth at a checkpoint or die because IDF soldiers wouldn’t let you pass through. You were not cut off from your farm or neighbors. You were not forced to move to an entirely different country because you were an Israeli citizen and your partner was from the west bank or Gaza. You don’t have to wake up at 4 AM in the morning every day just to pass through a checkpoint to get to work. Your home was not demolished for not having the correct Israeli permit to build it, even in the West Bank. You weren’t prevented from driving on Jewish only roads or visiting your holy sites. You aren’t denied treatment in hospitals based on your nationality. You aren’t being continuously ethnically cleansed from your land to make space for Jewish communities.  You have never seen “an apartheid” because you aren’t a Palestinian.

allahyil3analsohyouniyeh:

That’s because the 30 times that you’ve been to Israel you visited as a privileged person and never had to experience the apartheid yourself. It’s because you went to Israel and not one of the most densely populated regions in the world, Gaza, which regularly receives the brunt force of Israeli military aggression. It’s because you were never forced to give birth at a checkpoint or die because IDF soldiers wouldn’t let you pass through. You were not cut off from your farm or neighbors. You were not forced to move to an entirely different country because you were an Israeli citizen and your partner was from the west bank or Gaza. You don’t have to wake up at 4 AM in the morning every day just to pass through a checkpoint to get to work. Your home was not demolished for not having the correct Israeli permit to build it, even in the West Bank. You weren’t prevented from driving on Jewish only roads or visiting your holy sites. You aren’t denied treatment in hospitals based on your nationality. You aren’t being continuously ethnically cleansed from your land to make space for Jewish communities.
You have never seen “an apartheid” because you aren’t a Palestinian.

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