janecousland:

I’d be happy to come with you!

Symbolism of Korra Cutting Her Hair

zephyr16:

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CUTTING OFF HAIR IN ANCIENT ASIA (JAPAN, CHINA, KOREA & POSSIBLY SOME OTHER ASIAN CULTURES) SYMBOLIZES BEING BANISHED OR REJECTED FROM THEIR HOME.

IN THE MORE MODERN AGE THAT IS NOW, CUTTING LONG HAIR INTO A SHORT CUT MEANS TO FORGET THE PAST, LEAVING THE OLD AND STARTING ANEW. 

(SOURCE: SAM-MEAN)

korra-scenery:

korranation:

We couldn’t wait any longer, the very first clip from Book 4 is HERE!!!
PS: You’re all amazing

So excited they aren’t dodging the weight of PTSD.
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korra-scenery:

korranation:

We couldn’t wait any longer, the very first clip from Book 4 is HERE!!!

PS: You’re all amazing

So excited they aren’t dodging the weight of PTSD.

  • Tenzin: Jinora, the Airbenders, and I have everything under control.
  • my friend: yeah...they're not gonna have everything under control are they?

thrasher-art:

Korra breaking my heart

*book 4 edition*

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(Source: legnedofkorra)

guy:

i don’t like your clothes take them off

(Source: guy)

dmysta3000:

The honorable Beifong family tree
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dmysta3000:

The honorable Beifong family tree

minniethelastspazzbender:

aang by *knknknk
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minniethelastspazzbender:

aang by *knknknk

(Source: makos-lightningrod)

equalistmako:

we’ve never really talked about this, but i think we all know deep down where that ice palace in the Southern Water Tribe actually came from

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(Source: fanbending)

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