Tetragammon, which LEGO sets do you have on display? I have the LEGO Friends Rescue Mission Boat; it comes with a tiny coral reef and a narwhal. I like that quite a few of the LEGO Friends sets from recent years focus on protecting wildlife.
truant, what I meant is perhaps you might choose to simply ask for what you want -- like silently wishing upon a star, throwing a coin into a well, writing a letter to Santa, or saying a prayer out loud -- and then do your best to believe that you can do it (i.e. get what you want). And there is no need to be disheartened if the initial offerings from the universe are not exactly what you hoped to receive. It ought to give one confidence upon making note of the evidence that one has the power, which is something that can be built upon to gradually increase one's confidence in one's own abilities.
Here is what my Starforce Captain Marvel obsession is about
: her clothes are green, which for me represents Gaian environmentalism. Super Greta!
The movie is very enjoyable; I like it a lot. However, it is sort of a "Matrix blue pill" movie with the seeds of the "Matrix red pill" perspective contained within it for those "with eyes to see". (I am not a Thelemite in the formal Crowleyan religious sense, but your previous SAS signature had not gone unnoticed by me.)
It's quite funny, actually. The movie is like The Matrix
if Cypher was the main character, instead of Neo -- so the plot features said main character attempting to plug theirself back into the Matrix, metaphorically speaking (although the movie represents that concept on the screen in a way that is visually reversed, compared with how that same idea is depicted by the Wachowskis' magnum opus). But -- bizarrely -- the character with the "can't do" attitude very obviously CAN DO rather a lot of things: seemingly anything she wants, actually!
Cypher is also a character from a popular tabletop miniatures game, whose allegiance was said to be questionable. And his buddies got into the colour green in a big way.
One of the things I love about the Captain Marvel movie is that her power is said to be derived from her emotions.
In the Wonder Woman movie, the titular superheroine is shown to utilise her strength of feeling for making things the way she wants them to be -- although she is a nice person, so she chooses to primarily work on transforming herself with an eye towards improving the world for everyone. But unlike cinema's Carol Danvers, Diana of Themyscira senses no need for the philosophical invention of a "mcguffin" to explain how she can do what she does: she simply does what she wants to do with her willpower (like reaching out with the hand to pick something up).
In answer to your question: I have so many toys! I feel guilty about that, since action figures and dolls have not been easily recyclable until recently. I aim to purchase far less unnecessary luxury items made from plastic. My plan is to downsize my plastic toys collection so that I will keep only those characters whom I like best. However, it is not my intention to "guilt trip" anyone; my version of Starforce Captain Marvel is more like a girl going her own way than the Dictator's doll. We don't have to stop using plastic altogether in deference to some vicious green-eyed Goddess.
Look at what TerraCycle and Hasbro have been up to:
"this program is completely free and very easy"
"use this (TerraCycle Zero Waste Box) to recycle any item that is used for play, including electronic toys"
"toys and games collected through this program will be recycled into new materials and products"
Cool, huh? I want the TerraCycle Zero Waste Box model (or something like it) to be rolled out all around the world. It makes sense for private companies like Hasbro to work directly with providers of recycling solutions, since a company like Hasbro will have extant inventories enabling ease of dismantling plastic products with complex constructions -- as well as ease of sorting the constituent parts into different grades of recyclable materials. Hopefully there will be a way to recycle toys and games with zero waste in Britain, soon.
Back to talking about the plastic toys though!
I want to eventually acquire a Reign action figure with a removable black mask: specifically the alter-ego of Sam Arias from the Supergirl TV show, and not the female Doomsday from the DC comics. Just to clarify again: that's Odette Annable, not Adelaide Kane. Maybe I will fashion this "dolly" myself, with my hands -- but that might feel like some horrific dark magic ritual, LOL.