wow. much skills. so grace
i get the feeling neither cook often
Korra, stop staring at it and go do something!Via You Deal With It!
Via Everybody Loves Chakras!
home is wherever i’m with you, a korra week (day 4 - home) fanmix - for korra and the krew, because she doesn’t have to do this alone. (and for you, who will probably start crying at the mention of anything korra related, because the book 3 finale screwed you up and you’re in desperate need of good times and a happy, smiling korra because only god knows when that will happen again) [listen here]
tracklisting: we’re not alone - echosmith / place for us - mikky ekko / dreaming - smallpools / home - edward sharpe & the magnetic zeros / something good can work - two door cinema club / tomorrow never dies - 5 seconds of summer / young volcanoes - fall out boy / team - lorde / weightless - all time low / c’mon - panic! at the disco / kids - mikky ekko / new ceremony - dry the river / it’s time - imagine dragons
cover art credit: http://ayki0.deviantart.com/art/LoK-YOU-aRE-My-FaMiLy-NOw-300262366
Via There’s something off about her
This tear is haunting, not because it is emotional, but because my understanding of the scope and damage of her trauma is likely just as small as hers. This tear represents all the unprocessed horrors, the scrambled emotions, and deep scars her consciousness has yet to even discover.
What makes this scene devastating is not that Korra sheds this tear, but the fact that neither she or I truly know the reason for why it is shed.
Yeah I’ve been seeing some analyses saying Korra is crying because of this or that, but truly, we are left unsure as viewers. Is Korra crying because she cannot currently fulfill her roles? Is she crying because she is sees her role being taken away by other people? Is she crying because Jinora reminds her of her past life? Is she crying because she doesn’t even know what her purpose is in life anymore?
We don’t know and that is the beauty behind this scene. There is no clear cause and effect, but we empathize with and validate that emotion, not knowing its exact reason. And that makes it all the more appealing; perhaps there is no one reason, perhaps it is a summation of reasons.
Regardless, we know it won’t be so easy for Korra to recover this time. The cause is not so easily taken care of when we are unsure of what it is. But, perhaps even more than any time before, we all want to see Korra triumph in the end and become a better person for it.