[Self deception as a means of justifying cruel acts.]
Anu Upadhyay. 21. Rutgers Newark. Brown. Insane.
A compilation of awkward, outgoing, and obnoxious. Driven and always striving for improvement. I like books, traveling, Nutella, alcohol, and food. Mostly books, though.
I take blogging very seriously.
I say what's on my mind at all times, and that's how I plan to keep it.
The Temper Trap.
Jimmy Eat World.
Sleeping At Last.
Yo La Tengo.
City and Colour.
Old school Fall Out Boy.
Taking Back Sunday.
I am forever changing, and finding out about myself. I live to learn about everything I can around me. People, places, and new experiences have made me the person I am today. I love God, and continually strive to be the absolute best I can be by carrying out His Word. I am always searching for inspiration and things in life that move me.
"Where there are no human beings, be human." -Hillel, Talmudic teacher
He was chosen to be in the tournament for a reason.
Viktor, I love you! Viktor, I do!
When we’re apart my heart beats only for you!
Not to mention that his first language was almost assuredly not English, and yet he tried so hard to understand and talk to Hermione AND write to her in it afterwards. The fandom always lables him as stupid, but wtf, he’s not exactly in his element.
Viktor was chosen to participate in the Triwizard Tournament. I rather suspect he was one of the best his school had to offer.
One of the many reasons I liked Krum. The commentary above is so spot on. I thought he was a great guy