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It’s been a while since I last posted in this blog. Heh. So i’m back!

I’ve always seen this blog as one of the best outlets I have. You know, when you have feelings at extremes? Heh, so now I felt like posting here. I’m feeling kinda down. but happy. Rofl, this blog isn’t really an emo blog. I’m just using it the way it’s supposed to be used. haha

SO. Sadness isn’t always negative for me. Why so?

First, it made me post here. Heh. (That’s not a bad thing? or is it? haha)
But seriously, I really missed posting. It felt like all my emotions crowded in my heart experience slow dissipation. Heh, you get what I say?

Have you experienced going on the roof then stand on the edge for a minute or so, feel the cold night breeze, think of all your problems then decide to jump off and land at the swimming pool then you swim 2-4 laps and you run around the house being chased by your own dog, you’re still wet and you stop then you cry? Jesus, ‘coz I haven’t. If only I can. God damn this so-irritating feeling. I just can’t get it off. I can’t express what I exactly feel for the person I kinda value the most (well, at least more than majority). I can’t say she hurts me for the fear that she’ll know and it’s going to be quite risk if she does. I might lose her. And that’s obviously not what I want to happen.

Obviously, this is getting too unhealthy for me. But still why not negative?

Sadness keeps me on track of what I really feel, especially towards the person or event that makes you feel sad. Sadness keeps you from confusion, unlike happiness. Not all the time you know what really makes you happy. It could be just the aura and a mix of events. But when you’re sad, you know the specifics. You know what makes you sad and you also know how much it does.

Sadness helps you evaluate yourself. When you’re happy, you’re on top of the world, you don’t have to think how to be a better person. ‘coz you don’t think about anything at all when you’re on top. But when you’re sad you feel like it’s the whole world that is on top of you. Therefore you crave for things to be better then you execute actions to make things better. Sadness does this. It just happens that out of complexity, you just can’t turn around things. This is when one quits, not by because of sadness but because that one can’t do a damn thing.

Sadness makes you human. Sadness reminds us of things we’re forgetting. Sadness reminds us that we actually care…or cared. Without sadness, life could be as meaningless as a an empty book or as a fish in space. Whatever. But at least you get the point? Be happy whenever you’re sad! Not because you want to be happy but for the fact that you are sad.

BTW, about the friend I was talking about earlier. I really do hope she realizes but doesn’t turn her back on me. I know she cares about me, as a friend though, but I can’t forget the fact that it’s going to be risky to the point that I might lose her. We’re currently not talking but she told me she was sad ‘coz of it. So I’m happy.

“Sadness isn’t sadness, but happiness in a black jacket”

is this true? or just its marketing tactic?

Post about nature again

Posted: July 10, 2007 in nature, random-nes

It’s raining now(8:32 pm, 7/10/07) i dont know if we have classes tomorrow. Dan said probably there’s none. But i really love the rain!(random) 🙂

And i learned a lot from my bio teacher today 😀

Nature

Posted: July 7, 2007 in nature
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After watching An Inconvenient truth:

I realized that we have to do something. Right now. And this blog is my way of working on it 😛People might think that the effect of by just throwing a gum wrapper is an ant to the whole world and I say no. Damn it if everyone would think that way, how many billion of gum wrappers will float the sea, flood canals and pollute the earth? This is best explained by the chaos theory:

       

·         The flapping of a single butterfly's wing today produces a tiny change in the state of the atmosphere. Over a period of time, what the atmosphere actually does diverges from what it would have done. So, in a month's time, a tornado that would have devastated the Indonesian coast doesn't happen. Or maybe one that wasn't going to happen, does. (Ian Stewart, Does God Play Dice? The Mathematics of Chaos, pg. 141)

The film emphasized greatly on the changes in the atmospherical and geographical settings of our world, increasing on the negative side, the effects of human stupidity that draw our world closer and closer to its so called end. This film serves as a very informative warning to us humans and as we progress economically disregarding the cries of our beloved nature, the amount of sustainability and survivability of  not just our race  but all of the living organisms’ as well tremendously decreases.

  On the following days of updating this blog, I will upload as much pictures as I can regarding our surroundings here, determining the problems by looking at every detail visible and hidden as well. This blog is from the perspective of a Pisay student, a scholar, a concerned organism in earth, a person that is scared of what his fellow brained creatures might do to make the situation worse and probably put it to its worst