Me: I haven’t studied in the longest while!
Others: Quit exaggerating!
Me: Last time I studied for something I was straight
someone is going to say “i have to go to the moon” in a bored, defeated tone one day
yesterday was over 10C (50F)
what the fuck canada
You can ignore me, but you can’t hide.
Christianity is a weird religion - two nudists take dietary advice from a talking snake in a magical garden. An invisible man impregnates a virgin who gives birth to a miracle working exorcist/carpenter who turns out to be a king. He then gets the ironic death of being nailed to a 2×4” and rises from the dead three days later and flies off to a magical land where the invisible man lives. Not to mention the man who survived in the belly of a whale for three days, someone who talked to a burning bush and created rules on how to please the invisible man, and a senior citizen who built a wooden Titanic and filled it with complacently docile wild animals.
What is the significance in the added creases and crinkles in a page? To appear less appealing thus making the information on the paper seem irrelevant and useless; I think people are like papers: we’re smooth and clean but over time, people crumple us with their negativity, and conformity, and eventually we perceive ourselves as being irrelevant and useless, like the information on the crumpled page.
Life is a cheesecake; let’s say you may hate it right now, but hypothetically, let’s say you had only one cheesecake left; if you throw it away, what if, 10 years from now, you wanna know what it tastes like? You won’t know because you threw it away. However, if you keep it, you’ll be so satisfied with the taste that you’ll forget why you ever hated it! Same thing with life: you throw it away now, you’ll never know what you’re missing!
The only thing we know is that we don’t know how or why we know what we know. And what we don’t know is a bag of beliefs made up of things we were raised to believe we know, when in all actuality, we don’t know how we know what we know, nor do we know why we know what we know, all we know is we don’t know how or why we know what we know, we just believe we know.