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07 April 2020 @ 10:18 am
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Current Music: e" from hell - Iw
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Not sure why I'm suddenly nuts for Chopin, hmm.
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Hmmm... Classical Music makes my brain think. It hurts, in a good way. Also, does this song say "God, have mercy" to you?
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For my mom :)
Current Music: Heart - Q
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mad love
Current Music: D
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18 March 2009 @ 12:49 pm
Best song for romantic thinking (or writing)
Current Music: http://blip.fm/~34trb
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18 March 2009 @ 12:42 pm
Listen to my station on Blip.fm!
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02 March 2009 @ 06:30 am
Okay, so, as we all already know, my "belief" system pretty much perfectly aligns with "Secular Humanism". That's great, right? There's a group of people out there who think the same thing as me about the world, universe, and "God". That means I'm not alone, right?


As much as I would love to be in their little community, I can't do it. They're all so... STUFFY. They try, they really do, but there's no feeling behind any of it. Which is the point, I guess. All thinking, no feeling. And they're all waaay smarter than I am. Which I suppose reflects well on my ability to reason with limited resources, but that's not my point.

My point is, I still don't fit in because I can't kill my enthusiasm for life.

Woe is me.

They're all long, philosophical essays written by old Canadian English professors and snotty, know it all Indian guys.

And the way they treat religious people is just obscene. I know they want world peace, but to me, it's just as good as saying the Nazi's wanted world peace. In theory, yes, but in practice? They're just as horribly judgmental as any other large organization of like-minded people.

And maybe that's the problem. Maybe like-minded people can't all be together without forming a mob.


I'm all jumbled up here.

Any thoughts?
Current Mood: blahblah
Current Music: Wandering Stars - Portishead