On Monday, I noted a few thief stereotypes that bugged me. I will admit that I probably do them too, but that just makes me a hypocrite. I'm pretty sure a lot of authors hate reading something and use it in their own works because other people like it. Anyway, here is a serious/funny list for anyone using a thief in a story:
Thank You for reminding me that pain is an inevitable part of life. Like I always say, without things like this - pain, people will not be able to appreciate the good stuff - love, acceptance, understanding, support, fellowship, and a lot more.
Thank You for reminding me that pain is inevitable, yet misery is an option. A lot of people think that because they're feeling so much pain, they have no other choice but to live miserable lives.
"The future depends on what you do today" - Mahatma Gandhi
I know that for some you this article may feel a little too "old" for you, but believe me when I say you can never start too early.
Keeping your back strong and stable is so important, because damage can easily occur there. This is a hot topic of conversation at the moment in my household because my dad has recently hurt his lower back, and has been off work for 3 days.
Flying cars are not a futuristic dream anymore. So, why not make a flying bicycle, thought a trio of Czech companies Duratec, Technodat and Evektor, who have teamed up with Dassault Systems in France to actually make a bicycle that can fly. They call it the ”F-Bike”. Don’t get confused, that “F” stands for flying.
We all came from somewhere, and are going somewhere. The issue is: Do you know where?