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But I can figure it out. I figured how to crack stones, and dance leaves, and make waves in my bath. I unpicked a Doranen lock and I collapsed waterspouts in Westwailing Harbour. I did all of that. I can bloody do this.
But before he could defeat the pain, he had to accept it. That was the hardest part - letting the pain take him and shake him like a rat-dog wit a rat. Surrendering, he sank himself beneath the surface of raw magic...

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Sant Daniel (5) by Beltaneh

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Autumn flies

Wed Oct 29, 2014, 11:42 AM


Funfairs, street markets and exhibitions are always (as the word itself states) fun - we can agree that maybe not so much for the neighbours.


Fires 19222 by BeltanehThe wheel in town (1922) 
For reference, first wheel was invented in 1893.




The festival itself is in honour of the local patron saint. 
The focus of today's mass in his honour is still the benediction of "St. Narcis Cotton", which is given in small portions to the faithful audience. Even people who would not call themselves religious would use this throughout the year whenever they have ear pain (nothing serious, just because of a cold or so...).

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Even if used as a folk remedy, there's a more spiritual dimension to it. Various (spiritual) schools of thought coincide on the idea that words we think and speak affect our lives and the other's. So these cotton balls should either shield or cure you.

Regardless of your "faith status", please keep this in mind when giving feedback and comments, for words can either give wings or or tear down somebody
there goes my last chance 



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m-gosia Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Thank you very much forPoints Heart Heart Heart :) (Smile) 
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Beltaneh Featured By Owner 2 days ago
Rather, thank you very much for all your attention. Faves and comments are much appreciated (and encoraging)! :)
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m-gosia Featured By Owner 2 days ago
My Heart Mirrors Yours by Sugaree33-Art  :) (Smile) 
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BRSpidey Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you very much for the new pet! Hooray Llama Badges 
Here's one for you!:petllama: 
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Beltaneh Featured By Owner 5 days ago
Aww thank you! :chocolatellama: 
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DoubleCatrin Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Student
nice group you have, i like the logo very much!
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Beltaneh Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Hey! Thank you very much :) My icon is actually taken from Hiroshigue's work
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RHussien Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks for the +fav  :blowkiss:
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You are welcome :)
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