Showing posts from 2014
Universal truth is infinite and reaches magnificent pillars followed by epiphanies which can occur in the blink of ones eye only after quite some time and searching on your journey through life. That being said, absolute truth can be seemingly and ultimately unattainable in it's totality for humanity as a whole, and is undoubtedly interwoven with lies and misinformation which can easily distract, combat and deceive seekers of peace, knowledge, justice and truth, and of course, this mendacity should be either exposed or refuted to be cast aside and ignored whenever encountered and possible. The wise admit to acknowledging what's right and wrong but never claim to have all the answers, just through hypothesis, knowledge/study, observations, theories, facts, philosophies, art, music, science and a deep, honest desire to disseminate truth and understanding, beauty, and even to grasp the depravity; the overall awareness behind our existence as it is perceived. sensed, felt, seen a…

A seemingly (keyword) anti-90s rant.

I can't really enjoy or listen to Mellow Gold or "Loser" (as classic as it is) with the same expected teenage disaffected angst anymore these days than Beck himself can sing it with any sort of fun anymore anyway, because the single wasn't supposed to be pirated as it was and accidentally and inadvertently portray an entire generation in the 90s (by the "corporate rock whores" of radio, thanks), as slackers, which further perpetuated the stereotype that we all dropped out of school to do meth or join bands, even if that is what many did (and whose to say were the worse for it?). Because it brought us Beck for one, who has come so far since then, from the hyped, stereotyped 90s of now, and then (since we all still want to remember them like they were yesterday and soooo great when the truth is, they kind of sucked, which is the secret to why they are timeless and the stuff of legend) which basically means someday, the world might actually, gradually forget …

My Personality Type

ISFP personality

Forming around 8% of the population, ISFP personalities are generally seen as the most spontaneous and unpredictable of all Introverted (I) types. Only one thing is constant in their lives and that is change—ISFPs love exploring and embracing new things, ideas, and activities. They are very good at sensing such opportunities, but the ISFP personality traits also push them toward experimenting and coming up with ideas that no one has thought of before. ISFPs usually find it easy to set new trends and inspire other people. Their penchant for experimentation is unmatched by any other personality type.

This personality trait is connected with ISFPs’ love of freedom—ISFPs are very independent and fiercely resist all forms of control. People with this personality type are the ultimate “free souls,” seeing nearly all rules, guidelines, and traditions as self-imposed limitations that make life dull and boring. ISFPs live completely in the present, refusing to dwell on the past …