She was beautiful, but not like those girls in the magazines. She was beautiful for the way she thought. She was beautiful for that sparkle in her eyes when she talked about something she loved. She was beautiful for her ability to make other people smile
Stand in My Shoes: Kids Learning About Empathy by Bob Sornson Ph. Stand in My Shoes shows kids how easy it is to develop empathy toward those around them. Empathy is the ability to notice what other people feel.
The Moral Of Harry Potter --> Open to see all. The only one I disagree with is Lupin. It should read "Prejudice about something that is misunderstood will lead you nowhere, but kindness and compassion to everyone will create love." >> *is dying of feels*
YES RICK>> wow didn't think of that. As opposed to Hollywood scraping all her gender natural stuff, barely showing female characters other than Hermione, and practically ignoring poc, even ones we'd already been introduced to, like the Patil twins, and the Black Lavender.
There are countless stories like this and people still claim racism is a fucking myth because they don't want to get off their seat of privilege or actually care about other people
I’m a flower/star/butterfly girl? Those have the most that describe me. They’re a glaring ones in the other two that take them off the table.