18 years old

Arizona State Freshman



certified nursing assistant

biology&medicinal chemistry
double major

future ER Physician
or Oncologist

down to earth

love everyone




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I love:
- teen wolf
- adventure time
- tyler hoechlin
- darren criss
- classical & jazz music
- passion pit
- my friends
- formal attire
- intellect
- science
Source: kungfuchunks Via: ryjayso


The Burning Monk- Thich Quang Duc (1963) sat down in meditation position at Saigon. He then poured gasoline all over his body and set himself alight. He maintained his calm meditative position and did not even make a sound while his body burned and then within a few minutes toppled over. His body was consumed but his heart remained intact. It was placed in the Reserve Bank of Vietnam and is called the Symbol Of The Holy Heart.

He wanted to show people that we can do incredible things when we practice mindfulness. He also wanted to show the world the injustice that was being perpetrated on the Buddhist religion and community by a repressive regime. Needless to say, it worked pretty well and the government softened up on the Buddhist. He is a remarkable symbol of the incredible power the mind holds.


Roy Mustang walks into a bar. And a table and a chair.

He is blind.



did you take this picture with a toaster or something



The original character descriptions of Friends


Please, take a second to read this. My aunt is a loving and wonderful person, and is in need of some help. She’s been in a wheelchair for most of her life, has raised 4 beautiful little girls, and is a amazing person and role model for me. 

If any of you could spare a dollar, it would be so greatly appreciated. Not having a properly functioning wheelchair is affecting her quality of life. 

And even if you can’t donate, a reblog to help circulate would mean just as much.

I love being a single mommy and even though I use an electric wheelchair due to Rheumatoid Arthritis since the age of 2. I can still have some independence. My wheelchair is 10 yrs old and I have fought insurance to get a new one. The feature I rely on the most(ability to raise the chair 8-10 inches) to be able to reach counters, refrigerator, get into vehicle, and cook is not considered a need any longer.

The mobility in my arms and legs will never get any better. I cannot raise my arms or even bend my elbows. My body is so crippled up that the only way I get into a vehicle is sliding across on a board.

I have exhausted all medical persons to persuade the insurance to approve it again(they did 10 yrs ago) but they declined. But, if I come up with the money they will add it to wheelchair without a problem. I hate seeing my kids worry about if we don’t get the money and they have to leave to go  with friends, school, or out what will happen. Please help me to keep my independence.

Source: fionagoddess Via: altvsjv
got my first tattoo! it’s the endless knot; one of the eight auspicious symbols of buddhism and represents eternal love, wisdom, and friendship.
I have stretch marks.


Reblog if you do too. Just to prove that it is more normal than what people actually think.


My name is Kate, I’m nineteen, and I’m a student at the University of Pittsburgh. I worked extremely hard in high school and managed to earn a 4.1 GPA. In College, I made the Dean’s List for academic excellence during both the fall and spring semester. Unfortunately, a week before my first year of college started, my father went through my mail and found out that I am gay. My family, including extended family, is extremely homophobic. After they found out, my parents cut me off financially and I am no longer living with them. They are both unwilling and unable to cosign loans on my behalf. I have searched extensively, but I have been unable to find any loans which don’t require a cosigner. Due to my inability to cover an entire year of tuition, I have decided to spend the fall semester at a community college in the area I am currently living. I have some money saved up from my summer job and a $6500 school loan which will be used toward the second semester, but I still need about $15,000 on top of that in order to make it through this school year. I’m one of three people renting a house for the year with a monthly rent, and I also need to have money for food. I have asthma and allergies which require several medications monthly in order to maintain my health. Most of the money I make at work is going toward rent for this semester and my classes at the community college. Going to Pitt is a dream of mine and I couldn’t bear the thought of not being able to stay there. I am majoring in English and History and minoring in German with the hope of becoming a novelist. I will be immensly grateful if your contributions allow me to stay at Pitt. I’m praying every day for a miracle to help make this possible.
Via: lgbtkids