Today marks the 3 year anniversary of the death of a very special friend. Yes, I loved him, and I am very sad, but not for him. I grieve more for the fact that I'll never see him again and that a very special part of my life is over, but whatever your beliefs are, the fact remains that he's dead. Whatever earthly concerns we may have no longer apply to him. Whether his consciousness evaporates …
In our new episode of SubCultures, take a look into the magical world of Cosplay and how it has influenced these talented and passionate women!
I feel the need to plan out every detail of my life. Just lately I've been letting life do its thing and it's been so rewarding! I wanna read your stories of a time something went unplanned and resulted in something great.
I have been thinking about this a lot for instance the Civil war the Southern way of life and economy was built on slavery and the North had grown to resent and despise slavery that what they were doing was morally wrong. With such a drastic cultural identity I don't see how negotiation of any sort could have eased tensions. In such a situation when two radically different cultures coexist can …
Nobody laughs at their nightmares better than Shane Burcaw. Watch this comedian drive his wheelchair through the Taco Bell drive-thru: http://youtu.be/ZqfhFK-pA1Q and if you can, donate a few bucks to help Shane spread his message of positivity and bravery to schools across the country: http://igg.me/at/shaneburcaw.
Question friends: At what point do you stop doing nice things for people when you get nothing in return? I believe in paying it forward, karma and doing whatever I can - whenever I can, but do you draw the line when you don't get any appreciation back? Or do you continue to spread the kindness of your heart with no repercussions?
This has been a conflicting topic in my life for awhile. Am I a " always say yes" person or a "never say no" person?