What is it that I’m missing?
People often think of death as a bad thing… and in a way it is but then again it isn’t. What happens after? No one can really prove nothing happens just as no one can prove something does happen. I think thats something thats interesting, something that can’t be proven. I wonder what those people with near death experiences feel. I think they’re the closes thing to knowing what happens after death. I wonder, if theres something after death… what if theres something after that? Theres this never ending cycle of things we don’t understand. its an odd thought really. I’ve been thinking about the after life a lot. Thing is its a thing that people say is an idiotic thing to believe, to believe something exists after your body begins to decompose. What I think is you can’t really chose a religion or unaccept any until you really know about all of them. I’m not a religious person but the thought of an after life brings comfort in all honesty. Who wants to believe that NOTHING happens… thats sad, its a bit arrogant though to believe that nothing happens and close off every other idea with a thought that you’re better then everyone who does believe in an after life.
The whole “church” thing does kinda disturb me in a way but, it isn’t the only religion out there. Thing is its so hard to learn about a religion without someones bias opinion or someone shoving their ideals down your throat. I think I want to learn about all religions in all honesty, its hard to really believe but its hard not to believe. if I were to believe in something… I guess apart of me wants to believe theres a higher being… but I can’t see them the same way as everyone else does. Its confusing…
I don’t want to believe in something like Christianity or anything because of one thing… it seems the only reason I’d believe in that is because I’d be afraid of going to hell. Believing something because of fear… seems stupid. Its understandable but, I think there are better reasons to believe and have faith. the best reason being because it gives you hope I guess.
What ever lies in the after life…well I’m some what excited to find out, a mixture of fear and curiosity…however I think thats one adventure that I can wait for.
its natural to be greedy, vain, jealous, ect.
I know a lot of people feel the need to not share, and you feel the need to share.
Thing I hate the most is when people condemn people for slipping up on the whole turning to the dark side.
As a great man once said
“ We’ve all got both light and dark inside us. What matters is the part we choose to act on. That’s who we really are. “
(also known as sirius black lol)
i think its true, for a while I’ve been feeling horrible.I think horrible thoughts that are bad and I know it. its like i want to do one thing and… I feel my heart skip a beat from being so disturbed by the thought. I guess I always wanna push out those thoughts that seem wrong, I am also angry a lot lately. Amanda said I should go see a therapist or something. I get angry easily believe it or not, but its only around my family.
I could write more but I’m tired and wanna sleep
2 When an adult, try to read your own work as a stranger would read it, or even better, as an enemy would.
3 Don’t romanticise your “vocation”. You can either write good sentences or you can’t. There is no “writer’s lifestyle”. All that matters is what you leave on the page.
4 Avoid your weaknesses. But do this without telling yourself that the things you can’t do aren’t worth doing. Don’t mask self-doubt with contempt.
5 Leave a decent space of time between writing something and editing it.
6 Avoid cliques, gangs, groups. The presence of a crowd won’t make your writing any better than it is.
7 Work on a computer that is disconnected from the internet.
8 Protect the time and space in which you write. Keep everybody away from it, even the people who are most important to you.
9 Don’t confuse honours with achievement.
10 Tell the truth through whichever veil comes to hand – but tell it. Resign yourself to the lifelong sadness that comes from never being satisfied.” —Zadie Smith’s ten rules for writing fiction. (via unicornology) (via baringmysoul) (via writingadvice) (via the-write-idea) (via teachingliteracy) (via eloquentagenda) (via encrebleunoir) (via lifeofliterature)
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well at least I’m not a creeper hahaha xD
I thought I would be
sometimes I worry I might be anorexic, but then I remember I love food too much to let that happen hahaha. I wanna be thin though, I always wanted to. Not only that I wanna be healthier. I know my obsession is the healthiest but, I feel like its the least stressful compared to the other stresses I have.
I’m not starving myself or throwing up. So no worries :P
I just think, instead of being one of those girls who complains about her weight while laying down eating ice cream, working out seemed to be the better choice.
I don’t love my hair, my makeup, or clothes because I’m too stupid to like anything else. In fact I’m quite intelligent, maybe not the smartest person in the world but, for sure far from being the dumbest. I like those things because I’m vain and I’m not afraid to admit my vanity problem.