“It is a long time, and the great thing is we actually became a family, and the fellowship that is represented in the film, became a real fellowship, I mean I’ve made some of my best friends of my life on this picture. I’m so blessed to be a part of this project” - Elijah Wood
I can only hope that one day I will get to do something this life altering.
Beauty doesn’t have to fade if you lead a beautiful life.
Made by MLOE.
Women are socialized to make men feel good. We’re socialized to “let you down easy.” We’re not socialized to say a clear and direct “no.” We’re socialized to speak in hints and boost egos and let people save face. People who don’t respect the social contract (rapists, predators, assholes, pickup artists) are good at taking advantage of this. “No” is something we have to learn. “No” is something we have to earn. In fact, I’d argue that the ability to just say “no” to something, without further comment, apology, explanation, guilt, or thinking about it is one of the great rites of passage in growing up, and when you start saying it and saying it regularly the world often pushes back. And calls you names.
Love is friendship set on fire.
— Jeremy Taylor
Just because its not for now doesn’t mean its not for later. Nothing has to be now or never. We do get second chances.
Go big or go home! I have huge dreams but I have to learn to let go of my fear of failure and just go for them.
These are some golden rules to live by.
To quote Christina Aguilera, I want a love for all seasons, all love for all time.
Why The Word Indie Is Better Than The Word Hipster
The word hipster gets tossed around like a salad these days. It implies that you are doing things just to deviate from the norm. I much prefer the term indie because it encompasses the idea that you are an independent thinker that deviates from the norm with purposeful thought.