Hammie BalancedPadawan

Hammie BalancedPadawan
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Hammie became a Star Wars fan in 2018 after she binge-watched all of the movies in a week. She fell in love with The Last Jedi, the mythology, and the Force and has been tweeting about Star Wars every day since!

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“What Palpatine doesn’t know is we’re a dyad in the Force, Rey. Two that are one.”  - Kylo Ren/Ben Solo

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Karma in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Based on Hammie's Tweet thread Author’s Summary: “The choices we make, the actions we take, both big and small, shape us into Forces of Destiny.” Choices individuals make out of selfishness impact their Karma and lead to suffering for themselves and the wider Galaxy. While actions made out of selflessness, lead to happiness and peace for others. This concept is illustrated through Rey and Kylo in The Rise of Skywalker.

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