I found Rust. Somehow they’re more upset over losing their bedazzled heelies than they are about being cursed
To be fair, that’s a devastating loss, whereas the trio of witches up in the Towers are quite adept at cursebreaking.
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hello moonie is here, again.🌷
it's 7:30 pm on sunday afternoon. omg i really hate sunday it's always so monotonous. 🥺 i had a normal day even though i was a little sad. i studied for about 8 hours and I went jogging for one hours. i'm proud of myself. hope to do more tomorrow. 💪🏻💻📚
and now i think i will enjoy the evening watching vikings while i drink my favorite tea.🍵🍵🍵
I hope you will all have a nice evening. please stay hydrated, drink a lot !! 🌱
🎧 demian, cassette
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30 DAY PRODUCTIVITY CHALLENGE
05 to 07 of 30
Done these days:
✔︎ Math paper, successfully rewritten! presentation will be on Tuesday.
✔︎ Spanish paper! Has to be written in pen. The first plan of the writing part is done, I’ll write it tomorrow.
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Because I've been asked a million times a year since middle school:
I am not a Zionist. I would like to go to the state of Israel in the same way that I would like to go to Paris. I would like to visit the Kotel in the same way that I would like to see the Paris Opera Ballet. It has meaning for me as a place to travel to. I do not remotely consider it my home.
What I do feel DEEPLY is the impulse to build a Jewish home, a place where, finally, being Jewish would not make us other.
We are carrying thousands of years of being other on our backs and it is exhausting. We just want to go home.
I can't say what my position would have been of I were the age I am now in the 1940s, because I wasn't and I don't know. Many of those zionists were young, idealistic college kids who had just felt the full weight of that otherness drop, so they decided to build a Jewish home. I do vibe with that, and with the restless need to do something that drove them to put in the work.
The state of Israel as it is today does not uphold this impulse, or the idealism that tried to make it a reality (y'know, before it gave way to settler colonialism).
Now, we could get into my personal opinions about statehood and countries in general, and in doing so explain my solution to the problem that you've probably noticed with my reasoning above, but this post is getting long so we won't.
If you actually want to hear more, ask me -- I'm more than happy to continue this discussion. If you just want to yell about how wrong I am without listening to what I have to say, though, please go do it in a place where I can't hear you.
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