tiny correction/note from a philologist: For the Egyptian ones, best consult Gardiner’s Sign List or the Transliteration page. Not all of the above are correct. For example, the Egyptians didn’t differentiate between r and l, so the sign for L up there (the lion) would have been pronounced “ru”. Same with O, which is pronounced “ua”. C is pronounced “k” (it’s the same one…), there’s multiple signs for S, depending on what kind of “s” you mean (X is one of them). Also, all of this is theoretical. For the Greek ones, H is pronounced like an “e”(eta), C is actually a “g”(gamma), Q is “th”(theta), Y stays Y, but U should be “OY” (then pronounced “u”) and there used to be a letter in the Greek alphabet called digamma (Ϝ/Ͷ) which was pronounced like the “w” in water.
I watched this 4 minute video about how reintroducing wolves to Yellowstone park literally changed everything about the park and just sat there for another two minutes, mouth open and teary eyed and amazed. Definitely worth a watch.
Have you ever watched a tv show and wanted something a character has worn? There’s a website called wornontv.net that finds the exact clothes and lists them with where to buy them for a bunch of different shows (just a few examples: teen wolf, pretty little liars, the vampire diaries and even doctor who)!
What if it is? That doesn’t stop you being asexual right now.
It may be tempting to hold back on accepting your asexuality in the hope that eventually you’ll ‘bloom’ into a sexual person. I’m not saying that might not eventually happen, but consider this: do you want to spend your life thinking of yourself as an undeveloped person, living for the dreamed of day when you’ll become whole? Might you feel more comfortable accepting who you are now as a whole complete valid person? Maybe one day you will “bloom”, and if and when you do, you won’t have lost anything by being comfortable in the mean time.
There’s no shame in identifying as one thing and then later identifying as another. Your identity isn’t meant to limit you. If you’ve moved on or changed, then by all means describe yourself differently. If you fear you might be different in the future, that doesn’t change which label is most useful to you in the present. There’s nothing wrong with change.
"… do you want to spend your life thinking of yourself as an undeveloped person, living for the dreamed of day when you’ll become whole? Might you feel more comfortable accepting who you are now as a whole complete valid person? Maybe one day you will “bloom”, and if and when you do, you won’t have lost anything by being comfortable in the mean time."