Sexy smexy 😎

Sexy smexy 😎

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marbleloveroftveit:

randomfandomconfessions:

littlecoffeemonsters:

youlockedmeinthatbloodylab:

LION KING BLOOPERS

These are actual bloopers from the cast while they recording, and they were later animated.

HIGH MUFASA ALWAYS MAKES ME LAUGH

I needed this in my life.

if you don’t want this on your blog, i’m judging you

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bcmjs:

look at the size of those hands in the last gif

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blackrosekz13whovian:

apsarcasm:

sherlocksmyth:

Deflate when writing prose; inflate when writing essays for school.


Procrastinating on finding ways to add one page to my essay to get the page requirement! Thank you so much.

blackrosekz13whovian:

apsarcasm:

sherlocksmyth:

Deflate when writing prose; inflate when writing essays for school.

Procrastinating on finding ways to add one page to my essay to get the page requirement! Thank you so much.

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davidtennantandfriends:

mostly10:

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david I love you so much I think I just died.

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generic-steven-moffat-fan:

David Tennant invites you onto the TARDIS

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Q
I am "muslim", but at the moment my faith is really weak. Why is Allah letting people suffer :( They're all innocent people, they don't deserve to die and suffer. I feel so hopeless I just don't understand.
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partytilfajr:

God doesn’t let anyone suffer, people let other people suffer.

Nelson Mandela famously said:

“Overcoming poverty is not a task of charity, it is an act of justice. Like Slavery and Apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is man-made and it can be overcome and eradicated by the actions of human beings. Sometimes it falls on a generation to be great. You can be that great generation. Let your greatness blossom.”

To blame God for our failures, as human-beings (Muslim and non-Muslim) is odd, because poverty is a product of economic structures, tax policies, and our ethics.

There is a story of a traveler who went into a town, where he saw a beggar, and was so saddened by the beggar’s poverty. He then saw a another person being beaten by another, and grew even more sad. He then walked past someone who was sick, and become frustrated, and then asked: “why doesn’t God do something?”

He looked into his heart, and realized, God did do something, He made us, and thus our test, the test of whether we believe in God, is whether we will help the beggar, will we stand up for the oppressed, and will we heal the sick.

So ask yourself: what are you doing?