Who is OHEV?

Ohev was a child of one of the families who worked for the Beifong family in the Earth Kingdom. Due to his desire to see the world, however, he left his parents and started to travel alone. He soon met Chong, Lily, and the other nomads and decided to travel with them.

Who does Toph end up marrying?

Toph married no one. Her two daughters, Lin and Suyin, are out of wedlock. We know nothing of their fathers except that Lin’s father was named Kanto. There’s jokes around the internet that Suyin’s father is named Johto, but that’s fanon.

Who were Toph’s lovers?

Kanto. At some point before 120 AG, Toph became romantically involved with a man named Kanto, with whom she had a daughter, Lin. Despite referring to him as a “nice man”, their relationship did not work out and Toph never mentioned him to their daughter.

What does Ohav Sholom mean?

Instead, Ohav Sholom is “an oasis of peace in Manhattan.” The rabbi informed me that “Ohav Sholom” means “lover of peace” in Hebrew: “It’s like an inside joke.

What does Ohav Shalom mean?

After all, Aaron is called ohev shalom and rodef shalom—a lover and pursuer of peace; but not oseh shalom—not a maker of peace. As our parshah suggests, there are powerful forces in the world that are the enemies of peace—pursuing war, hate and suffering.

Did Toph kiss Sokka?

Fanon. Tophuki has a small amount of shippers within the Avatar fandom. It is almost entirely based on the fact that Toph kissed Suki on the cheek at one point believing she was Sokka. The kiss is well known and it is also known for being the only same-sex kiss to be seen in both series.

Why did Sokka and Toph break up?

She said that things didn’t work out between them which means they were in a relationship so they either divorced or broke up. This is from a long time ago, but I’m just gonna say what I think. Toph had a kid with a man named Kanto, but they didn’t work out and they either broke up or divorced.

What does ALAV Ha Shalom mean?

peace be upon him
alav ha-shalom. עליה השלום aleha ha-shalom. may peace be upon him/her. non-rabbinical.