Month: March 2016

Declare Favour

   Good Day, Beautiful People! This is a snip what I learn from a mature and wise pastor, Frank Dimazo.  Hope this will help someone who is reading my blog.      …

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Artifacts of failed relationships on display in Los Angeles museum

LOS ANGELES — Is your home cluttered with items that remind you of an ex? Now you can donate them instead of burning or throwing them out. The Museum of Broken Relationships is located in Zag…

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Questions…GOC

Hey folks,I was wondering that in a day does your mind get filled with loads and loads of questions that you are unable to answer them yourself.In each and every step of our life,we face several unexpected events where we have to make choices analyzing the situation we are in.So there comes a moment where we have to question ourselves in order to decide the right thing.

For instance the moment you open your eyes,you decide whether or not to wake up and get our of bed because you have gor two options,either to go to bed or get out of bed(that’s simple).And after you wake up,and become fresh,you again have a wide range of choices for yourself either drinking tea or coffee and the game of choices continues till you end your day.

Suppose you are about to go to your work(which is inevitable) and you have to board a local bus or whatever sort of transport in available.I get in between choices whenever I have to go out.See literally every vehicle or public transport coming my way is packed and they stuff people as if they are stuffing animals.Men and women get stuffed and then many wierd things happen.Like harassment and other violent activities.

I stand in the bus stop and make wierd expressions to each and every vehicle that passes my way because I have to make a choice,either to get on the vehicle that comes instantly as I have to reach my destination anyhow or wait for another vehicle of the same route for ten or fifteen minutes.Again I am in dilemma as I have to waste my precious time and energy,cursing the vehicles or utilizing that time doing something productive and I again wonder how can we do something productive when we are waiting for a freaking bus to do our work?

This is how I came up with the concept of GOC meaning Game Of Choices as if in Game of Thrones.It is fun you know.Our human minds have to make these many choices in a day that I suppose humans can go mad when thinking about the same thing throughout the day without pausing.

Well for the very least thing,I tend to do so and I sometimes find myself speaking to myself not in minds but in person ,Yeah I speak to myself in person.My inner voice cannot be suppressed and it comes out ,whenever I am going to new places,or traveling or wandering new things and stuff alone.I mean it ,it sounds fun and it is fun.

I find myself entangled in this myriad of GOC and we can get out of this if we learn to ask ourselves the questions.Because it is said that to every problem lies a solution in itself.

Try it guys.Learning to control our own minds because it is our own asset not others’ DUH.

PEACE.

🙂 🙂 🙂

Drawing Henrijk

Chiller

How does it work, this ART thing? How does it pop into being?

For me, it starts with a little detail. I was staring at Henrijk the cat from above, and the X in the middle of the bridge of his nose struck me, as if often does. It’s formed purely by the fur changing direction.  So I drew the X. And the soft losenge shape that fills the bottom part of his nose. And then I drew his nose. And then I put his eyes in, just to see if I could figure out where they need to be on the X. And then I drew his muzzle, just to see if I could. You know: could I make it look like a cat, and more importantly, could I make it look like Henrijk the cat?

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Yeah. Turns out I can. So then I was a bit pleased with…

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Review—The Serpent King by Jeff Zentner

Wandering Bark Books

In Jeff Zentner’s debut novel, The Serpent King, Dillard (Dill) Early, Lydia Blankenship, and Travis Bohannon narrate their experiences as they survive their last year in high school. Yes, I said survive, because who doesn’t remember what that last year was like? For the three of them (Travis and Dill especially) the drama of their senior year in high school is mere background music for the highs and lows they face in their lives outside of school. In many ways, The Serpent King is about surviving more than just that last year; it’s about the trio surviving their situations and expectations of everyone around then, and surviving everything their lives throw at them.

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