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doctors-consulting-angel:

castiel-knight-of-hell:

Sam is willing to die and says it’s because his worth should be measured by the same standards as everyone else’s
but if anyone else had been in Sam’s place he would have fought like hell to make sure that person lived because Sam believes every life is important
every life except his own


"Not yours, not Dean’s. Not Kevin’s."
Okay but seriously this is one of my favourite quotes and I love it so much but the context behind it seriously hurts.
Sam would literally do anything to find Gadreel and stop him, even if it meant losing his life, and had it been Cas, Dean, or Kevin, or anyone really, he wouldn’t let them even consider going on to the point of near death because he holds everyone at a much higher level than himself.
If it means saving others, to Sam, what’s his life compared to theirs.

doctors-consulting-angel:

castiel-knight-of-hell:

Sam is willing to die and says it’s because his worth should be measured by the same standards as everyone else’s

but if anyone else had been in Sam’s place he would have fought like hell to make sure that person lived because Sam believes every life is important

every life except his own

"Not yours, not Dean’s. Not Kevin’s."

Okay but seriously this is one of my favourite quotes and I love it so much but the context behind it seriously hurts.

Sam would literally do anything to find Gadreel and stop him, even if it meant losing his life, and had it been Cas, Dean, or Kevin, or anyone really, he wouldn’t let them even consider going on to the point of near death because he holds everyone at a much higher level than himself.

If it means saving others, to Sam, what’s his life compared to theirs.

(Source : spnfans, via hellzyeahsupernatural)

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leannewoodfull:

lutefisktacoandbeer:

kittymudface:

It gets better—the guy is deaf, and he taught his cat the sign for “food.” So the cat’s not just saying “put that in my mouth,” it’s actually signing

Not only that, but if you notice at the beginning, the cat *gets the man’s attention* as any person who wanted to talk to a deaf/hoh individual would (well, and vice versa IME). I’ve done sign since I was 5, and generally, w/o eye contact initially, you wave a hand or lightly touch the arm (if that’s ok with the person you’re trying to converse with, of course). Generally, adult cats meow mostly to humans, but this cat has figured out that’s not going to work and has adapted. Animal companions! They are INCREDIBLE.

Amazing.

leannewoodfull:

lutefisktacoandbeer:

kittymudface:

It gets better—the guy is deaf, and he taught his cat the sign for “food.” So the cat’s not just saying “put that in my mouth,” it’s actually signing

Not only that, but if you notice at the beginning, the cat *gets the man’s attention* as any person who wanted to talk to a deaf/hoh individual would (well, and vice versa IME). I’ve done sign since I was 5, and generally, w/o eye contact initially, you wave a hand or lightly touch the arm (if that’s ok with the person you’re trying to converse with, of course). 
Generally, adult cats meow mostly to humans, but this cat has figured out that’s not going to work and has adapted. Animal companions! They are INCREDIBLE.

Amazing.

(Source : needsmoarcat, via theholywaterisabitsalty)

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ashkenazi-autie:

asktheteamofscientists:

scifi-reality:

"Women have to protect other women"
"Women have to protect other women"
"Women have to protect other women"
"Women have to protect other women"
"Women have to protect other women"
"Women have to protect other women"
"Women have to protect other women"
"Women have to protect other women"
"Women have to protect other women"

And that means white women protecting WOC.
Cis women protecting trans women.
Straight women protecting queer women.
Abled women protecting disabled women.
Not just white cishet abled women protecting other white cishet abled women.

Not to mention that the woman in the gif is Angel Haze, a pansexual black indigenous woman  (who has some Native ancestry). 

[angel haze highly values her native ancestry, she’s a member of cherokee nation and taught herself tsalagi, and it’s important that we acknowledge that, esp. considering the lack of native american voice in so much media]

(Source : lanarey, via but-bones)

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you are not trash

heyacas:

Okay: I absolutely get that it’s not as easy as just ‘loving yourself’. It would be great if every time someone told you to ‘love yourself’ you could just do it. It is a hard place to get to. Low self-esteem and self-loathing are hell to climb out of. They really are.

But just try to do ONE thing. I promise it helps. It really, really unbelievably helps.

Work on not saying negative things about yourself and the things you do. Just that. Resist the habitual urge to insult yourself. It becomes so automatic and it’s hard to catch, but when you specifically watch for it you notice it more and more, and you slowly get better at catching yourself when you’re about to say something. You can’t just force those feelings away, but don’t put them into words. Don’t let yourself hear that. Don’t even put it into words in your head, if you can manage that.

If you constantly tell people you’re trash and you constantly tell yourself you’re horrible, you will believe it. You become a constant loop of hate and negativity and you cannot hear that, from yourself or anyone, day in and day out without internalizing it. Words are incredibly powerful.

Just stop the words for now. Focus on that. 

If you can do it, force yourself to say some positive things. Even if you don’t believe what you say at first. You probably won’t. You don’t have to try to force yourself to feel it if you can’t. Just start saying it. Make it a part of your daily soundtrack. 

Resist the urge to hide from compliments, if you can do it. Where you would have said “thank you, but” stop at “thank you”. Bite it back, even if it’s screaming to be let out. Even if you don’t feel like you deserved the compliment, let it be without contradicting it. It will be uncomfortable. Like, really uncomfortable. It will get easier with time.

Just this. Just let yourself hear the positive and not the negative. Your view of yourself will begin to change for the better. Your brain is a highly suggestible organ, and it will internalize the things you surround yourself with.

You are what you say.

And you are not trash. 

(via mostly10)

319 notes

you are not trash

heyacas:

Okay: I absolutely get that it’s not as easy as just ‘loving yourself’. It would be great if every time someone told you to ‘love yourself’ you could just do it. It is a hard place to get to. Low self-esteem and self-loathing are hell to climb out of. They really are.

But just try to do ONE thing. I promise it helps. It really, really unbelievably helps.

Work on not saying negative things about yourself and the things you do. Just that. Resist the habitual urge to insult yourself. It becomes so automatic and it’s hard to catch, but when you specifically watch for it you notice it more and more, and you slowly get better at catching yourself when you’re about to say something. You can’t just force those feelings away, but don’t put them into words. Don’t let yourself hear that. Don’t even put it into words in your head, if you can manage that.

If you constantly tell people you’re trash and you constantly tell yourself you’re horrible, you will believe it. You become a constant loop of hate and negativity and you cannot hear that, from yourself or anyone, day in and day out without internalizing it. Words are incredibly powerful.

Just stop the words for now. Focus on that. 

If you can do it, force yourself to say some positive things. Even if you don’t believe what you say at first. You probably won’t. You don’t have to try to force yourself to feel it if you can’t. Just start saying it. Make it a part of your daily soundtrack. 

Resist the urge to hide from compliments, if you can do it. Where you would have said “thank you, but” stop at “thank you”. Bite it back, even if it’s screaming to be let out. Even if you don’t feel like you deserved the compliment, let it be without contradicting it. It will be uncomfortable. Like, really uncomfortable. It will get easier with time.

Just this. Just let yourself hear the positive and not the negative. Your view of yourself will begin to change for the better. Your brain is a highly suggestible organ, and it will internalize the things you surround yourself with.

You are what you say.

And you are not trash. 

(via mostly10)