Soo, I took my own advice:P and decided to do something to keep active. I've started another blog,to keep track of what I've "accomplished". I'll have this as a diary of what I did in life for when I'm older or have one of those crappy,feeling hopeless days:) It will be about what I do,but also a collection of interesting things/ideas to do. For now, I've only posted what I did in March as a form of collages, which is already doing something new and taking photos,and starting a new blog are some new forms of activity as well.I will have some new things to show soon.Here it is--->http://whatmidoingwithmylife-diy.blogspot.com/ !
Thursday, April 12, 2012
Sunday, March 18, 2012
There are so many things I want to do, goals to accomplish, places to see, so much fun to have, lifestyles to try. Yet, sometimes a state of stagnation gets in the way and freezes all those wonderful things. Maybe it literally freezes because of the low temperature outside, but as we are responsible for what happens to us, it’s probably our state of mind. Many of us know, that we can and must control our thoughts, emotions etc. so they remain positive. Unfortunately at times it’s impossible, and this period of time may last 5-minutes,a day, but a month or months is possible as well. Going along with “Everything happens for a reason”, what good can come from a long-term stagnation?
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Sometimes I hate the world for the injustice that takes place in it. We are very much civilized, yet it’s sometimes hard to notice. I wonder, how can there be so much pain, hatred, hurting, ignorance, poverty, suffering in a world where we have cures for so many illnesses, educated people, rules,laws, organized governments etc. I just don’t understand the indifference which happens on an everyday basis. I guess the money-making mechanisms exclude emotions, feelings and humanity. We live together, yet try to separate ourselves from others as much as possible. I think it’s mainly due to our selfishness. It’s probably best to take action, not moan about it, but sometimes I can’t help to wonder about the “evil” in the world and where it comes from. Gandhi said it the best- “You must be the change you want to see in the world.” The hardest part is to be aware of the wrong you are doing, when you’re doing it and not after you’ve done it. Also, it’s hard for me to stand that, I’m not causing the poverty, suffering and pain (I am the change)yet it exists(and the change isn’t in the world).It’s such a long process maybe even never-ending, because evil may be inevitable.