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Mashiara Sedai

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  1. A good way to look at a lot of experiences in life, I think. Yes, this is true, too! She grows a ton over the few hours she's in the labyrinth, as shown by how she begins to pack up her toys and books and plays when she's back in the real world. I also love this idea, that the bad things that happen can be what brings us to salvation in the end. It kinda ties in with the Tao Te Ching, where it talks about negative space is just as important as positive space. You need both in balance to have a happy life.
  2. I didn't know any of those facts! Not Henson specifically, but I do remember hearing about Frank Oz and his feud with Marlon Brando. Apparently, Brando didn't want to take directions from a man who voiced a puppet pig. *lol*
  3. 5 times? Also: This counts as a swear word at JordanCon.....
  4. Good job, Cross! What program did you use to draw the line? I want to try the next one!
  5. That's true. I'm re-reading The Great Hunt and it's funny how many times the destination they're going to changes. SO many different things change as Rand, Mat, and Perrin keep growing and becoming more ta'veren. Excellent point! I always fantasized about how The Little Mermaid would have gone if she'd listened to her father and stopped thinking about the human world. Probably be a very boring movie. *lol*
  6. Unfortunately, it's not on Netflix. :( You may be able to rent it on Amazon Prime or Hulu or Vudu.
  7. If you want to try again, go ahead! But just in case, here's your siggy!
  8. Going on now in Tar Valon, we are talking about the movie Labyrinth (starring David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly). We have games, discussions, and character quizzes! Come play and have fun with us!
  9. Sure! After faking his death, a child escapes from jail. His father travels without him. The child becomes lost, and his mother is murdered.
  10. *lol* I was 3. But I remember watching it a lot as a kid.
  11. Yes! Though I’m afraid I got a different message as a child. I totally gravitated toward a handsome villain willing to give the woman he loves powers. Not the best mindset growing up. Kinda damaging for my early relationships. Lol! Luckily I grew out of it.
  12. I suppose it’s the same as Snape. He’s a terrible character, but Alan Rickman is the love of my life, so my feelings of devotion transfer to the character. Davis Bowie is just cute and popular and charming, so I feel the same about Jareth.
  13. I am so torn! Jareth as a character is so intriguing to me! I mean, I love the message, “You have no power over me.” Young girls need to believe that! It’s a powerful message for them. But then why make Jareth so sexy and desirable?!?!?? Hahah.
  14. He’s adorable! I have a sudden desire to show this film to my 4th graders at school. They love fart jokes!
  15. Here’s another one! “Dance magic!” I have that story all ready to send to a publisher! This is amazing how much inspiration I’ve taken from this film.
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