Conversations That Lead To Pure Brilliance

Life Is SweetThis is what one of my friends produced in a quite depressing conversation at around midnight. I thought it was brilliant so I wanted to share.

 

I go through phases. I felt I’ve gone through a phase where I’ve wallowed in my own entertainment and denied anything that goes against it….now I’m starting to realise that it’s just a bit pointless. That’s what I stopped doing; denying anything that my mind thought about. Even though I know….deep down…it was right.

I’m noticing that it’s pointless to deny our innermost thoughts. Negativity or positivity isn’t the issue, the expression of the actual point and the opinion in itself is the main focus.

But if you try to simply define the categories and bound some to eligible and others to abolish then you are denying innermost thoughts.

(When asked about Tumbr)

Well, entertainment is enjoyable, though the pictures are usually flawed representations of emotional responses.

Though nothing isn’t flawed. Whether it’s music, pictures or people. We as humans cannot define perfection as we are limited to our sensual perceptions.

I write things from time to time. I find it difficult to speak my words…but privately with a piece of paper I just write things like that. When I finally move out I’m going to find clusters of thoughts from throughout my school life annotating…anything. Just bits of paper, describing my forgotten memories. It’s sad really.

But it’s how I keep myself sane.

When am I going to find someone like me, Anna? Everyone I know, sure I socialize. But there’s never been anyone, at any time that I’ve ever felt direct empathy to. I talk to people….sure. There’s a difference between listening and understanding. I’m not just talking about relationships, I’m talking about everything. It’s hard…

Wow. YOLO?

Well I haven’t written anything on here for a while…
But one thing I will bring up is how YOLO has now turned into a phrase that people are using badly. K. I have no idea how this happened but it’s funny to see different perspectives on this ‘quote’ as I referred to it as a motto to use your life wisely rather than the majority of people using it as a ‘slutty’ phrase or an excuse.
One of my friends said it as we were eating lunch and I was having a banana as they were all having chocolate snacks or the equivalent fattiness. I said how I like eating healthily and taking care of my body and she just went “YOLO!” and carried on eating. “You only live once” is no excuse to eat crap. Hence why I say this is being misused.
Sorry for the rant and not posting much. I’ve been working on a fiction story so my blogging isn’t up to scratch. So here’s a few pictures to try and make up for it 😉 (the ‘cool beans’ shirt I made and the one of my legs is mine, but the rest are random)

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YOLO

YOLO
Yes, You Only Live Once.

Get it now?
I treat it more like a word than an abbreviation. It’s become my version of Hakuna Matata. Now I have that song stuck in my head…
Since the Austria trip 3 weeks ago I have learnt so much, but consequently I haven’t been blogging as much (which will change starting today).
Today I was sat there as my friend was ranting to me how she doesn’t want to take a risk to get what she wants and I just stared at her blankly. Just after 3 weeks I forgot what it was like to be like she is now; to be cowardly. I took so many risks in one week, both emotionally and potentially life-threatening, that I forgot how she felt. The best advice I could give her was ‘go with the flow’. Of course, she didn’t get what I meant, and when I was first told this a year ago I didn’t understand how to, now I do. I can not simply state how, it just feels right.
I’ve learnt that if you don’t go for something or put any effort in you’re not going to get it. You only get out of life what you’re prepared to give. But in order to give something you have to be willing to the fact you might loose something. So many people are now afraid of this that they won’t take risks, they won’t step out of their comfort zone and they won’t face any fears. These people have been turned into cowards by our society.
Society sucks, get over it.
You’re more likely to regret something you didn’t do than something you did do.
Sure, life can be a bitch, but you only live once, make it count.

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