Recently i've been wanting to talk to someone, but theres this feeling holding me back. I don't know if this person feels like i do, or if talking to each other could mean loosing him forever; but i get really frustrated for not being able to do as i please and to stop over thinking the situation.
I see this word thrown around SP a lot. While, I THINK I understand what it means, I don't understand why it is important? Why would "lowering" my importance in the world be beneficial to it? It seems to me that this would be working against our nature as human beings. After all, we all want to feel important, right? I'd appreciate some insight on this.
For satire: where is the line between critiquing and subversion and merely reproducing and sanitizing?
You've all seen TV shows like Family Guy or played video games like Bioshock. They make an offensive joke or they depict brutality as a cheap thrill. You see Lois in Family guy vacuuming a turkey saying "I DON'T UNDERSTAND" after they make some reference to how women don't carve turkeys. In the end, a sexist joke is just sexist unless it subverts sexism somehow. That's what satire is …
My boyfriends daughter starts school tomorrow. We've been filling out paperwork regarding her contact and emergency information. I'm not included on any of it... And to say it stings is putting it lightly.
Her mother moved out of state this spring and has no intentions of returning this school year. She has been living under my roof for almost a year now (a home in my name only) and I have done …
As a musician myself, this is such a mysterious question for me, going into the nature of sound, vibration, spirituality. The elusiveness of notes, they can only be heard in the moment, but they can never be seen.
Certain music can change people completely, it can heal people, it can even bring about wars. But where do all these vibrations come from originally?