|A lovely Golden sunset|
proverb 9love is just two people who have learned to accept each others faults. True love is when those two people realise the other has done the sameproverb 9 by ~Jrakob
I hate Lullaby for a Princess I hate Lullaby for a Princess with every fiber of my body, every tendril of every brain cell of my mind and with a darkness so full; were it not that it dwelled in the recesses of my soul, it would shroud the world in a shadowy embrace more horrid than had nightmare moon done it herself.I hate Lullaby for a Princess by ~Jrakob
That animation is pure hatred for Celestia and pure fanboyism for her sister Luna.
If you look at the context the animation is in, if you really pay attention to the things being said in it rather then being overwhelmed by the music, lighting and forced emotion.
If you just step back for one second and really look at what it is suggesting. It is literally suggesting that Celestia knew her sister was going mad but did not even try to help because she WANTED to send her to the moon and simply needed a reason too.
The Wizard's ShotgunThe Wizard's Shotgun
The robes caught Damien's eye first. Orange, flowing in the breeze, entwining themselves about the Man's legs majestically. The very portrait of romanticism, embodied in a single monk walking by the way. Damien entranced, found himself approaching the Man, curious as to what led him down this path.
The Man's quiet manner of speech drew him in, prompting silence and respect as wisdom was imparted. Plans, formed previously with friends, faded into the aether, so enchanted was he by this Man in Orange."Anything you can sense is Unreal. Anything you can think of is Unreal. Anything your mind clings to as permanent is Unreal. Love ends, everyone dies and ignorance is folly."These words, spoken in quietude by the Man in Orange, spoke to Damien on a much subtler level than he would ever have anticipated, had he been asked to consider how he would interact when presented with such a being as the Man.
The Man spoke to Damien, and the Man Spoke to Dam