One of the best out takes from any television show, ever. 

Brazilians were supporting Germany’s NT. Why? 6 months ago the Germans arrived in Santa Cruz Cabrália (Bahia, Brazil) and built a hotel, a health center, a football field, donated an ambulance to the town, created a full-time school program in Cabralia, made a road that led to their training center, didn’t bring German employees hiring about 250 Cabrália citizens in their training center. Then the Germany NT arrived and: When not training, they socialized with the citizens in the town or in the beach, partied with the citizens, were kind to the fans always talking to them/taking pictures with them. About the win against our team: they were respectful with us, said that their idols were Brazilian legends and that we shouldn’t lose our pride. They are thankful for the way they were welcome here. And they’ll donate the things they built to the population. It’s impossible not to support these guys.

I translated this because people think it’s just because they beat Argentina. It’s not. (via argentie)

mayanangel:

"You can make it happen."
Honestly, if you don’t find the symbolism in having aged national legend Miroslav Klose, giving his substitute Mario Gotze those words of wisdom before taking his place on the pitch, and then to have Gotze score the winning goal, not only for the 2014 World Cup Final, but also for what may be the final game for Miroslav Klose’s international career; as the ultimate act of passing on the torch to the new heroes of the German National Team… 
….Then I don’t know what to tell you. I really, really don’t know.
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mayanangel:

"You can make it happen."
Honestly, if you don’t find the symbolism in having aged national legend Miroslav Klose, giving his substitute Mario Gotze those words of wisdom before taking his place on the pitch, and then to have Gotze score the winning goal, not only for the 2014 World Cup Final, but also for what may be the final game for Miroslav Klose’s international career; as the ultimate act of passing on the torch to the new heroes of the German National Team… 
….Then I don’t know what to tell you. I really, really don’t know.
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mayanangel:

"You can make it happen."
Honestly, if you don’t find the symbolism in having aged national legend Miroslav Klose, giving his substitute Mario Gotze those words of wisdom before taking his place on the pitch, and then to have Gotze score the winning goal, not only for the 2014 World Cup Final, but also for what may be the final game for Miroslav Klose’s international career; as the ultimate act of passing on the torch to the new heroes of the German National Team… 
….Then I don’t know what to tell you. I really, really don’t know.
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mayanangel:

"You can make it happen."

Honestly, if you don’t find the symbolism in having aged national legend Miroslav Klose, giving his substitute Mario Gotze those words of wisdom before taking his place on the pitch, and then to have Gotze score the winning goal, not only for the 2014 World Cup Final, but also for what may be the final game for Miroslav Klose’s international career; as the ultimate act of passing on the torch to the new heroes of the German National Team…

….Then I don’t know what to tell you. I really, really don’t know.

People will do anything, no matter how absurd, in order to avoid facing their own soul. One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.

Carl Jung (via likeafieldmouse)

Never fail to know that if you are doing all the talking, you are boring somebody.

Helen Gurley Brown. (via quotedojo)