There's no way to have my cake and eat it too. I have to go one way or the other, and I'm going to be at least a little bit unhappy with either path. How do I reconcile myself to never having everything I want?
Does your town need a hero? Has your heart taken up a burden for the downtrodden, unfortunate souls of your city? Suit up and make yourself into a superhero and tell me how your gonna turn this world right side up!
It doesn't get any more Life's Big Questionsy than this. From your career to your relationships to your religion to where you live to what you believe in to how you live and love and survive as a human being, what's been the seminal question that you've asked of yourself, and what was your ultimate answer?
What's been the biggest question of your life?
Fear comes in many forms- where and how do you find the strength to overcome them?
One of my biggest fears is that I will never live up to my full potential and waste the majority of my life working my way up the corporate ladder. My other fear is that I won't be able to support myself, so I find myself in a strange paradox where one fear keeps me from conquering the other
Or is it just me? I don't know, sometimes I just don't know how to let people in. I can get them laughing and things...
but I don't feel like I have people I can talk to.
Am I the only one?
How has your perspective on Love changed over the years? Say, for instance, from when you were a child to your teenage years through college and beyond? Did you find that your ideals on Love change as you got older? Have you found that there is an Ideal Love and a Practical Love?
Was it thrilling finding out something new about yourself or did you tuck it away hoping you'd just forget it?
Ponder the questions while enjoying this animated short. Primitive animation, but brilliant storytelling.
I just watched an incredible movie.
As a white European-originated straight male, I often find it difficult to identify with my race. I mean, when was the last time you heard of straight white men being oppressed?
Still, I think an integral part of being human is to group oneself within a certain sect--to identify with where you come from. However, being a part of pretty much every majority in America makes it difficult to be …
If I once read for adventure, I now read for security// Larry McMurtry
I rarely read fiction. Lately I've been reading the book about Spalding Gray's journals since I'm curious to know what he was thinking when he wrote his monologues. The boyfriend he reads and re-reads a lot from the works of Jorge Luis Borges. The erudite language isn't as accessible to me, although I appreciate the beauty …