— Hafiz (via psych-facts)
— Lessons Learned in Life (via psych-facts)
This is why I watch Game of Thrones
— William Faulkner (via wordpainting)
I don’t believe in new year’s resolutions. There are only resolutions you make, any day, at any time. I’ve decided what’ll be mine today. Starting from right now, I have three major hurdles to clear. I truly hope that in exactly one year, I achieve them.
It won’t be easy, because I’ll need to sacrifice more time and effort than I ever have. But still I will. Because when I look back at this post, I want to know success, to feel that the sacrifices were each and every one worth it.
Traduzindo para o português, significa ”Uma palavra para a Coréia”. O projeto foi criado com o…
When Korean Students Speak (KSS) started in the fall of 2011, one of its main goals was to show Korean students that English is more than a test subject; it’s a language through which they can share their experiences, voice their opinions and engage in dialogue with other English language speakers from around the globe.
In the past two (plus) years, thousands of student messages have provided insight into the hardships endured by Korean students in one of the most highly competitive education systems in the world.
"A Word to Korea" is a Brazilian tumblr blog that posts messages of encouragement and solidarity for Korean students.
From the blog:
It was through the messages that Korean students were writing to promote their freedom of expression and creativity, we decided to create this project to show support to these students and that they are not alone.
Fun fact: each participant’s message is presented in English AND Portuguese!
If any followers know of any other response projects (or KSS inspired blogs) like this or would like to start one, please drop a link in the ask or shoot us an email at email@example.com.