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The red string of fate

litquake: “ The red thread of fate is an East Asian belief originating from Chinese legend and is also used in Japanese legend. According to this myth, the gods tie an invisible red string around the.

somehow incorporate the string into the ceremony.. tie each end of the string to the others little finger as we do vows.. or have the entire guest crowd start on each end and end with bride and groom tying them together... would be memorable

somehow incorporate the string into the ceremony. tie each end of the string to the others little finger as we do vows. or have the entire guest crowd start on each end and end with bride and groom tying them together. would be memorable

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Having no formal education in photography, Kyle Thompson began taking photographs at the age of nineteen. These self portraits reflects a talent with years of

"I'm always a slut for Greek myths" text message

AND NORSE (don't tell me to read Percy Jackson or Magnus Chase or whatever because I'm tired of people telling me that it's a fucking prerequisite to loving mythology just let me be my fucking nerd self okay)

//@melonypicart//

Sag rising//Virgo sun//Libra moon//Leo Venus x Taurus sun//Virgo moon//Cancer Venus (Integrity, practicality, beauty & respect) For

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I decided to take some scissors to my parents red string of fate. So I guess you could say I ruined everything on my own

critical; I chose this because critical means expressing adverse or disapproving comments or judgments and this picture reminds me of someone who would feel restricted or tied back. this one made me feel some type of way.

“This is how the heart sounds. Do not change the melody, this now, you and I, here together. Let this being with each other be heart-sound.