The Word Made Flesh
My tattoo is from A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens.  The tattoo reads 'Then tell Wind and Fire where to stop,' returned madame; “but don't tell me.' punctuated exactly as it is in the book. The quote reminds me that even the elements we deem impossible to overcome are mere roadblocks if you believe in your own strength and personal philosophy.

My tattoo is from A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens.  The tattoo reads 'Then tell Wind and Fire where to stop,' returned madame; “but don't tell me.' punctuated exactly as it is in the book. The quote reminds me that even the elements we deem impossible to overcome are mere roadblocks if you believe in your own strength and personal philosophy.

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    My two favorite things; A Tale Of Two Cities and tattoos
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    WELL, estoy a un día de hacerme el tatuaje mas importante de mi vida. Y siento una emoción muy deleitosa en el estomago....
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    I love lit tattoos!!
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