He saw clearly how plain and simple – how narrow, even – it all was; but...– Kenneth Grahame, The Wind In The Willows (via psalm138-8)
There's something just a little bit sad
about having life changing experiences, and no one to share them with.
People are flakes
They complain about wanting realness in their lives. Real conversations, real people, real convictions. But then when those things approach them head on, they bail. Sooner or later they won’t come anymore.
The Thankfulness Song
I tend to try and stay away from the blogging world, ‘cause it’s kind of just one more thing that likes to get me down, but it is Thanksgiving time, and what would it be like without a post about thankfulness? It’s funny, because looking back, I see some of the worst/hardest times of my life have happened during the winter months, and yet, somehow, it is still my favorite time...
What the hell
have I done?
The mind is not a book to be opened at will and examined at leisure. Thoughts...– Severus Snape
Here am I, Lord.: Internet Cowards →
psalm138-8: “Thus, the Internet generation is inherently cowardly. Online, people are using the language of confrontation without having to take responsibility for the consequences such rhetoric normally carries with it — and not just with regard to physical violence. The emotional consequences of… It’s true. Some of the first real conversations I ever had were on the Internet and...
My mind has this place in a faraway corner, don’t really know what i would call it, but It’s kinda like a place where all the thoughts I can’t really handle just chill out. And for whatever reason my mind has been going there a lot lately, I think that’s why my head has been hurting so much. My thoughts are exploding.