To hear that a K-pop idol died scares the shit out of me. It is just another reminder that idol’s are human and death is a possibility at any time. Cherish the moments with your idols while they are still here. Don’t cause fanwars or bash idols for no reasons because one day those idols will be gone. Enjoy the music and give them as much love as you can because you never know when it’s too late.
"He’s so wonderful. We were a natural pairing. It was a wonderful casting job by Bob Zemeckis. We clicked. We didn’t have to probe to find chemistry, it simply existed. It was a parfect match for Doc and Marty. Honestly, he’s just amazing; all he’s done… to be afflicted with Parkinson’s so young, and he’s never stopped. He works on his fondation, goes to congressional hearings, makes appearances to raise money and awareness, he’s on TV and talk shows. He’s so courageous. I have a tremendous admiration for him."
— Christopher Lloyd on Michael J. Fox
she died in her real life and that’s all the director ever remember of her. so now, no matter how tough she is, no matter how hard she fights, she is always going to fail. because that’s what she’s based on. no matter what she’s doing, or what she’s trying to accomplish, just when her goal is within her reach, it gets yanked away. every. single. time. can you imagine what that’s like?
Let go of your earthly tether. Enter the void. Empty, and become wind.
When you try to choose your bias but your bias chooses you
i personally found this part very sad by the fact that chanyeol was so excited and amazed to be at a convenient store in a different country (︶︹︺) i hope one day you can travel freely chanyeol!
Get To Know Me Meme: [1/5] Favourite TV Shows » The Musketeers
All for one, one for all.