Where we are and what we see are different perceptions of reality. Every bit is true, for we are in varying dimensions of the same time. What exists is of neutral ground, but to visions of divergent dimensions, neutrality is masked by perception. None of this is unpretty.
Tag: food for thought
Hey guys! Long time no blog. I blame this on hectic schedules and a tired soul, but really, it’s just the lazy bug come to bite me. So much for excuses huh? Anyway, yesterday my mum got me a new keyboard (wasn’t really for me but I asked for it) and I just love the feel of it as I type that’s why I decided to write again. Hoorah!
Now today, I wanna give an opinionated blab about success.
I’ll start this off with a disclaimer. No, I am not here to raise the pothead flag and be an activist about the stoner subculture. I am merely vocalizing my take on the biases of this topic. My stand on it goes deeper than its legalization for personal consumption.
Unbeknownst to others, criminalization of marijuana tackles more than just on health and safety issues; it involves environmental cases, economic affairs, religion, and racism. This is how amazing the power of psychology is. The masses have been brainwashed into believing there is something evil in a neutral thing.
I was browsing through my Newsfeeds a while back and I came across a post by Berlin Art Parasites. (You guys should follow them by the way. You’ll find them to be a great read, not to mention captivating with the art they feature.)
Anyway, the post struck me. No big surprise really, seeing as such quote came from an illustrious author. Needless to say it was worth digging deep into.
Recently ran into my friend, a former pageant runner up, and I couldn’t help but notice the progress she made in getting into shape. I asked her about her routine and daily dose of nutrients, to which she answered truthfully. Needless to say, after that chat I’ve somehow accepted the fact that I will be a chunky blob of cellulite for as long as life will allow me.
Miss Cebu 2016 is coming up and my thoughts about it are recurring. (I have no idea why I’ve never written anything about it yet.) To start, I have nothing against pageants but I have always wondered why this local pageant holds that distinct Westernized standard in screening applicants.