Motion of the emotion

Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless — like water.- Bruce Lee When we think of motion, we think of things moving from one point to another - the ability to move and flow from place to place. It can also be, a mechanical movement, caused by a driving force. In order for things to move,… Continue reading Motion of the emotion

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The Line between Fandom and Friendship

I couldn’t decide where to post this, because it involves entertainment yet it was something I wrote. So I just reblogged it to mine instead 🙂

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Social media and networking are at an all time high. Almost everyone Is connected somehow through the Internet — Celebrities to their fans, artists to their supporters, families to their distant relatives, and friends to friends of friends. These are often exciting connections, because people can communicate on common ground and in a timely manner.


Here’s where the problem lies. These social junctures not only blur but smear the lines of professionalism. It smears it so much, that the lines that once were there seem to no longer exist. At least that’s the sense a fan would have.

In order to understand why this line is important, we must first explain what it means to be a friend versus being a fan. A real friend is someone you know, be it for a short or long time, which has established communication and generally has some affect on the other person’s…

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Light in a world of sadness

Sadness is a powerful emotion. It is probably the worst emotion to feel in this game called life. It breeds from betrayal, weakness, inadequacy, loss, and helplessness. Such an emotion can cause other feelings to transpire and take shape in form of depression, misery, alcoholism, and eating disorders. Though sadness can bring about much pain,… Continue reading Light in a world of sadness

Perseverance for life

If you can, imagine marrying the love of your life and merely seven months later, tragedy strikes — leaving your spouse on life support with doctors telling you that there’s not much hope. That’s exactly what happened to Danielle Davis, who received a dreadful phone call one sunny July day in 2011 that her husband, Matt, had… Continue reading Perseverance for life