I'm back on elftown((after leaving for a year or so)) to talk to my BFF Emily. She is the sweetest most awesome person I've ever met. If you ever talk to her then you tell her she is the coolest kid in the world. I'm not even kidding...do it. ^_^
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I'm a really big fan of different kinds of art. I love to just see other people's work compare to my own.
Good ol' JFK. Painting I did cuz I love him. Go here to better understand. Do it!
I do about a hundred different kinds or art from t-shirts to comp art to paint to pencils. I really dedicated myself to having a variety of different mediums.
Love is very important to me. My whole life depends on it. From friends to full on intamacy. Love is what I live for. <3
I've got AIM do you?--->Clairvoyant Red
A few friends of mine are in this band called The Written Word. Their not anything but a little garage band but they're amazing.
Check em out! =]
Life to me has become something of a game
I view experiences much differently than that of others around me and I'm sure of that.
I take things in less of a serious light but at the same time try and realize their place in the greater sceme of things.
I get questioned a lot.
Of my motives, my intentions, my goal.
All around people just sticking their noses in my business I'm assuming because their's doesnt smell as sweet as theyd like.
There's more than a few things I regret up until this point.
I've learned from them and I hope that its brought me closer to a greater understanding of why I'm here.
And for a matter of fact WHAT I'm doing here.
People take life too seriously.
They never realize that in the grandness of the universe, their problems are a blip.
Then again I'm a hypocrite and thus fall into that catagory once every now and again of those that dwell on the what they assume is far from temporary.
When in fact,
Forever is a myth.
Time is created by man.
And this moment has no connection what so ever to the last.
I do understand tho that you get what you give and all actions have a reaction.
But no matter that.
Better to have lived and lost than to have never truly lived.
Thats what the saying should be.
The more I try and understand the reason for things and the essence of exsistence in itself, I feel that I walk further and further out on to thin ice.
At least I give life a chance at all unlike some "participants" in this race for the preverbial finishline.
Believe you me...I dont not want to come in first considering what the prize is at the end.
A few things I think about
The world is pliable.
Time is vicious, precious, and the only ownerless idea
Happiness is the key to happiness
There is no hopeing only knowing and feeling
The less you own the more you have
Dont settle for what is happening today for it is only a purcussion of yesterdays decisions. Instead live for what you want tomorrow through what you feel and believe today.
Knowledge of what you cant find in a textbook is the real intelligence
They can never take away what you know to be real
Dont follow the path of others who have succeeded for they succeeded on their path, and you can only find success on your own.
You cannot count happiness in nickels and dimes
Language is only one mode of transportation for your thoughts to reach the exterior
There is no barrier on love. One can love as much or as many times as they please.
Treat the world with love and the world will only feel love for you.
Take time to listen to yourself. You are the only one that really knows you.
Never say never, ever.
Negativity is the poison of dreams.
The mind is bigger than any earthly thing
Todays dreamers are tomorrows historians.
The only misstake is one that is repeated.
Be happy for what you have. Everyone has something to be thankful for.
What you believe, you recieve.
Books I've read this year so far:
-V for Vendetta by Alan Moore & David Lloyd
-Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
-Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald
-Night by Elie Wiesel
-Dawn by Elie Wiesel
-A Life Inspired by Various Peace Corp volenteers
-I Sing The Body Electric by Ray Bradbury
-Walden by Henry David Thoreau
-Lots of Walt Whitman poetry
-Lots of Edgar Allen Poe poetry
-Catcher In The Rye by JD Salinger
-The Accident by Elie Wiesel
-On The Road by Jack Kerouac
-Island Of Dr. Moreau by H G Wells
Book(s) I'm currently reading:
-The Subterraneans by Jack Kerouac
-The Garden of Eden by Hemingway