Addict? Yep. 24Hours without coffee. It's the greatest hell I could possibly imagine. And I've proven that it is the greatest hell. The most horrible day of my life, filled with grumpiness, headaches and continuous depression. A life without caffeine is not for me. There is nothing better than getting up in the morning, make … Continue reading Confession of a coffee addict
It's strange how fast a bond can come between two living species. Even if it is just a strange insect with sticky claws and big antlers that comes jumping against your window in the middle of the night. It's the most terrifying, scary, horrible, soul wrecking feeling. Sitting there, having just gotten over your fear … Continue reading Beetle Friend
Whenever I see I quote that I love, without knowing the author, I know chances are it's probably something Aristotle said or wrote. Without ever really knowing anything about him besides that he was a great philosopher in ancient Greek times, I've always loved his words. I think my passion for philosophy really only started … Continue reading A judge of classic philosophers: Aristotle
I don’t usually like to reblog posts, but this is one post that I’d want to come back to again and again. Not because I feel uncertain of what kind of writer/artist I am, but simply because I believe that there is always a place to learn something new. Especially when it comes to the artistic side of things. I will never be as good a writer as I want to be, because I will always want to be better, to know more, understand more, feel more…
I’ll try to come back to this post again and again and rethink and discuss every question.
How to Figure Out What [You Really Want] to Write:
When I first saw the movie Contact, I was deeply envious of Jodie Foster’s character, the dedicated and driven astronomer, Dr. Ellie Arroway. Her single-minded pursuit of the truth about extraterrestrial life impressed the hell out of me. She was on a mission, a quest. She wasn’t going to let anything stand in her way. She believed in something, and that belief shaped every detail of who she was and how she lived her life. Because she was sure about what she was doing, she was able to throw herself into the work without reservations or doubts. Her approach was a full-court press that channeled all her energy and effort into achieving a single goal.
I would like to know what that feels like.
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There are certain thoughts that go through my head just around ten-to-ten. Thoughts like my untouched Business studies notes. All the books that I want to read. An empty wheelbarrow that I still want to plant things in. The book that I'm writing, but lately has been going very slow. I even think of this … Continue reading Change, in search of Motivation