The five stages of grief: Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance
Tragic, but necessary.
beauty comes in all shapes and sizes
I’m pretty sure this is like the 5th time I’ve reblogged this because omg
Does anyone ever think about when a place marks itself as a historical figures birth place, that they may have hated it there? Maybe Shakespeare couldn’t wait for nothing more than to leave his town. Maybe Jane Austin was mocked in her birthplace as a child and never wanted to be there. Children can be horrid. People mocked and scorned, hurt beyond belief. But maybe when they made it. Only then the towns that had no place for them only claim them as their own. Nazareth, Jesus’ hometown rejected him. They wouldn’t listen to him. Those towns which once would’ve called them foolish dreamers and idiotic for pursuing the things they did, they hijacked their fame now. Everyone wants to see it. But I wonder, I really do how they would’ve felt about it. Maybe Shakespeare wouldn’t want any of them to see a penny from him. Maybe the places they hated, now are lit up with their names in banners and on plaques. I wonder how many of them hated home?