goldenapples: (emo)
Why would it not be possible? Every one of us deserves redemption. None of this is permanent, none is worth treating that some slight is worth an eternity of disownment.

I suppose it would not be possible if you did not truly want it, or you did not believe it was possible. In that situation, redemption falls squarely on your shoulders.

If you compare it to redeeming a voucher, then what I say may make more sense. You have this slip, and to collect what you want, you must turn it in. You must 'redeem' it, but the power to do it is in your hands. If you lose it then you must find a way to replace it. If your chance is missed, then you must find another.

Concluding, I will say again that redemption is possible, but only if you want it. It will not walk to your door and say 'you have your redemption'.

Muse:Addie (Idunn)
Fandom: Mythology
Wordcount: 162
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[ profile] theatrical_muse #264

"The past is never dead. It's not even past." William Faulkner, Requiem for a Nun.

The past is not the past, it is the same as the present )

Muse: Addie Krause (Idunn)
Word Count : 559
Fandom: Mythology

ooc: Italic words are rephrases from parts of The Prose and Poetic Eddas.


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