Did you know that torture in Purgatory, the chasm between Heaven and Hell, is more painful than in Hell itself? The gateway to Hell tells you to leave all hope. A man who has lost all hope can give up and accept his punishment. However, in Purgatory, people still retain hope. The hope to enter Heaven, the only hope they can never abandon. That’s why it’s so painful. There’s no torture device in Hell as terrible as the small needle called hope.
Various works by Tae (たえ)
Tae is a Japanese artist who often paints portraits of women in her works. Her minimal use of color as well as the movement of shapes and digital brushstrokes across the portraits create a clean, seemingly weightless space within which her characters exist.
She was an exquisite painter. She made her living restoring Renaissance paintings for art museums. She travelled extensively because of her work. She was…highly intelligent, optimistic about the human condition. Usually consider it a sign of stupidity but with Irene it seemed…almost convincing. She was, to me, The Woman. To me, she preclipsed and predominated the whole of her gender. The only one I ever—
|most anime:||i just want senpai to notice me|
|ouran:||i just want senpai to leave me alone|
“Go out with me. I don’t want to go back to being childhood friends again. Go out with me. I’ll make you forget all about the distance between us.”