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horrorsoflife:

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numb-blonde:

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Child of mine, I will never do for you that which I know you can do for yourself. I will never rob you of an opportunity to show yourself your ability and talent. I will see you at all times as the capable, effective, powerful creator that you’ve come forth to be. And I will stand back as your most avid cheerleading section. But I will not do for you that which you have intended to do for yourself. Anything you need from me, ask. I’m always here to compliment or assist. I am here to encourage your growth, not to justify my experience through you.

— Abraham Hicks

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enlargeyourlife:

"Wherever you are, is just fine…You can get to wherever you want to be from wherever you are… It’s time to stop measuring where you are in relationship to where anybody else is."

 ~ Abraham Hicks (Esther Hicks) ~

enlargeyourlife:

"Wherever you are, is just fine…You can get to wherever you want to be from wherever you are… It’s time to stop measuring where you are in relationship to where anybody else is."
 ~ Abraham Hicks (Esther Hicks) ~

fuckyeahvicandbob:

"I get on terribly well with Vic. The thing is, people say [Vic and Bob] are not actors and I say ‘rubbish’, they’re more important than that - they’re stars. There’s a difference. This technique of being a competent or glib actor is not at all the same as simply existing in a state of stardom. The distinction is that stars, unlike actors, have a kind of personality that in itself appeals to the public imagination and that’s how they build up this huge reservoir of affection. True stardom is such an elusive quality. If we knew what it was we’d manufacture it." Baker pauses and sips at his drink, reflecting on the differences between actors and stars, aware of the fact that the real Tom Baker is hidden behind the roles he has played, whereas the roles played by Vic Reeves hide behind the man.
- ‘An audience with Tom Baker’, Randall & Hopkirk, The Files

Never watched a single ep of Randall and Hopkirk, but this quote hits right on the money regarding V+B

Oh, and you’re not so bad yourself, Mr. Baker!


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yeamasta:

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thelondonwelost:

London teenagers 1975 by C. O. Richards on Flickr.