I Live In a World Not Entirely My Own

"Of course it's happening inside your head, Harry. But why on Earth should that mean that it's not real?"


Time and Relative Dimension In Space

Time and Relative Dimension In Space

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Baker Street? He isn’t there anymore. Why would he be? It’s been two years. He’s gone on with his life.

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You don’t have to protect me, I’m not afraid. Please don’t shut me out again, please don’t slam the door, you don’t have to keep your distance anymore. ‘Cause for the first time in forever, I finally understand. For the first time in forever, we can fix this hand in hand.

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Alone protects me.

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Writer Go Round

achickwithacrossbow:

Me: “I love this story! It’s great. I’m a genius.” 

Ten minutes later: “OMG I’m thinking about showing this dreck to people?!” 

Three minutes after that: “This is so adorables; I can’t wait for people to read it.” 

Five minutes later: “This is such crap. If people read this they’ll know I’m hack.” 

(And the pendulum continues to swing back and forth forever.) 

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emmagrant01:

riveralwaysknew:

"I believe in Sherlock Holmes" 

"Yeah, well that won’t bring him back."

Let’s talk a little about this scene. Sherlock’s mind referenced certain people as he was dying, but upon review they weren’t random. They were those who had kept him alive for the last two years.

Molly, the inside man.

Mycroft, the confidant.

And, Anderson? Yes, and it’s beautiful… 

Anderson, the believer.

He kept Sherlock alive in the way we did. Not by being integral like Molly, or important like Mycroft, but by simply believing in him. By coming up with theories and starting a fan club all on the basis of believing that if anyone could defy death, it was Sherlock Holmes. So when Sherlock thought he was really going to die and that there was a minimal chance of survival - his mind palace also turned to Anderson. To the person who, despite all evidence to the contrary, believed he could survive.

Okay, THIS gave me chills.

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