Ulam for a week, tuna that’s about 5/7th of my face. 😱🐟 Also, hi daddy! 😊😂 (at Barrington Place Town & Country)
Dad asked what I wanted for dinner, I replied pizza and a slice of cake that we can share. He came home with pizza, chicken, mojos, and 3 different cakes. For 2 people. Hello, #FatFridays 😁😭🍕🍗🎂🍰🍵🐷 (at Barrington Place Town & Country)
Nature is resilient, in ways we barely understand and have yet to discover, or have yet to evolve. Our planet will die, new planets will form. Our star will die, new stars will form. And yes, our universe will die. Such is the cycle of life. But a cycle it must remain. The cosmos tiredly delivers the same lesson, again and again. From death, comes life. Born from the decay of the past, and aiding in the formation of the future, life circles in an infinite loop of creation. Utilizing all elements, big and small. Please know you are not set on a path of linear oblivion, in actual fact, you are aiding the continuation of the universe.
Where do I even begin with my fear of absolute nothingness? I read a good comic once about how one of the worst things that people teach you is the idea of an afterlife. It gives you the comforting thought that no, it won’t be game over when you die. You’ll have an infinite life when you die. You can live your life as a good human so your afterlife won’t be eternal damnation, but you know, you could also be a douche and just suffer for eternity after. Either way, dying in this world won’t be the end of it, so you can relax. You’ll get a second chance after.
My rational mind is more inclined into thinking that there is no afterlife (because science). Naturally, the idea of not having an afterlife then raises the question of how you’ll live your life. After all, you only have one.
There are times when I get pulled away from the “right path” by my own selfishness and greed into doing things for my benefit, with very little to no regard of the consequences. What makes my life more significant than others’? Nothing. Does it depends on a person’s contribution to society? Nobody really has the right to judge that. I guess, you could say that maybe, this is why I try to be nice and kind to everyone (may not seem to translate IRL but I do) – to better justify why I feel like I deserve some things in life as well. Not that I give, to receive. I guess a part of it is also to justify my acceptance of good fortune, but mostly because kindness spreads. Some take advantage of it, but there are others who take it with gratitude and set the kindness you’ve given as an example for themselves to follow.
Oh and hello. There is still some content in this blog after all, other than instagram things. Harhar.