The temperature in this room continues to rise, Im flustered and bothered–this is no surprise. Come to me now and press against my chest, Feel the heat from my head–and … Continue reading Fever
They say that all we truly seek in life is happiness. But what if what we truly seek isn’t a temporary emotional condition-yet a permanence of the mind, body and soul? What if the purpose of life is to simply be at peace?
This entry is more of a personal note, written (typed) down for you to read. Thoughts that run through my head in terms of personal history, so bare with me… if you will. Im going to need a moment of silence. (long entry)
After months of solitude, trying to do things right in my personal life I’ve came to the resolution: I am damaged; or I feel that I am, or maybe I’ve built up an impeccable wall. I’m not sure exactly, but I will explain it in further detail. So right now as we speak, my friends and I are having our annual DCAD reunion (in which a group of us from the same college, meet yearly at one designated location to rekindle, reflect and inform each other of their lives since graduation) in my place in New Jersey. I’ve so far, enjoyed their company… but in bringing them here, it gave me reminiscence of past Delaware experiences. Relationship experiences per say.
(And why is the name so damn long?)
First off, I am a keen observer of my environment and surroundings. I have a habit of being in a constant state of thought. And no, not the everyday, “Oh I wonder what I’ll have for lunch.” kind of thought.. Moreso, a constant weighing of outcomes and decisions. Of course, second guessing every move you make is an unhealthy way of life. But thinking before you make that move, is what makes me… somewhat difficult. But hey! mistakes are inevitable, no? Regardless of its measure, we must take these experiences, learn from them and move ON. (more…)