Avant de coucher, je me sens un peu provoquer d'ajouter et de mettre en valeur que le secret sur la bonheur ne reste que sur la connaissance de soi-même. Pour gagner absolument le sens de ça, il faut devenir absolument honnête avec vous-même.
Maintenant, après avoir trouvé la vérité, qu'en fait? On dit que soyez transformer par la renouvèlement de votre esprit. Donc, après avoir gagner la connaissance de soi même, on doit être transformée à l'envers. La façon de vivre, de penser, d'être ne peut pas rester comme avant. Il doit arriver une rupture qui mettre en fin le passe, et renait l'avenir. A l'autre côté, on dit que ce n'est pas la connaissance pure s'il n'est pas suivi par la transformation. Ça indique qu'on atteint un point ou il n'est pas possible à rester inchangé; en effet, une renaissance véritable signifie un sorte de postérité.
En conclusion, la journée n'est pas fini sans être renait par la nouvelle connaissance qu'on atteint: c'est comme une sorte de nirvana.
Pragmatic: treating facts or events systematically, with reference both to their relationship in cause and effect and to the practical conclusions or lessons which they suggest, rather than to their circumstantial details.
Its a kind of freedom.
You know a lot of people talk about how they feel about stuff. I mean, that all good and well, but i feel like sometimes you gotta sift through that emotional confusion and get the cold truth through some reasoning and logic. The simplicity of it is liberating though the ensuing truth don't necessarily set you free emotionally.
What am i getting at here? Supposedly, I'm supposed to be one of those that look at the world through rose tinted glasses and perhaps this is a rebellion to that, but in my opinion things would be much clearer if we sometimes acted or thought more pragmatically.
This is not a case of fitting a square peg into a round hole, i.e. using the tools of one form of knowledge to explain or understand another kind of knowledge. Love cannot be explained through logic. I ain't talking about love though.
Sometimes we gotta face the facts to decipher the consequences of our actions. Lets get the feelings and intuitions and alla that outa the picture and study events in and of themselves. Its a little uncomfortable, like all honest reckonings are, but it does get to the core of the matter. Think about all the bad things that have happened to you that you blamed on anything but yourself. Its easier to pity the victim right? By coldly looking at the progression of events, we're not blaming people or pointing fingers, just being coldly calculating. Oh there's a word for you, being objective. What was the cause? And the resulting effect? The thing i like about pragmatism is that, once you've gotten down to the truth, then you have your answer. You can either make peace with it, with yourself, and set about the task of righting some wrongs. Or you could be bitter and just harden the resentment. Shrug Shoulders here.
Être différent, c'est menaçant. Mais, n'étant pas honnête à soi-même, c'est un bon recèpe pour la tristesse.
Alors, comment devrions fidèle à nos désirs, nos passions, sans paraitre comme quelqu'un qui ne peut pas s'intégrer à la société, ou le gens normaux? C'est un paradoxe vivant: pour être heureux, il faut entendre les désirs du cœur. Au même temps, on ne voulait pas devenir des asociaux.
Si j'aime la musique un peu bizarre, si je porte les robes qui sont différents à plupart du gens, si mes pensées ou mes rêves ne s'intégraient pas aux eux des mes amies? Alors, que doit faire?
Qui est plus important, s'accepter ou être accepter par le monde?
Pensez un moment.
Avant de ruée de dire "S'accepter, naturellement", çà veut dire quoi-la?
ok i know im going around in circles. Ill think about this more, and then maybe itll make more sense.
Est-ce qu'on peut vraiment trouver les fondes des nos âmes pour identifier les choses qui nous décrivent?
Est-il possible d'éliminer tous les influences quotidiennes pour trouver le vrai désirs du cœur?
Il me semble qu'être heureux, c'est à comprendre l'essence de nous-mêmes. On doit savoir nos gouts, nos passions, nos illusions, nos craintes, les choses qui nous font rire et ceux qui allument le feu dans nos esprits.
Alors, je me trouve tout-à-coup dans un situation difficile:
Sans trouver l'essence de moi-même, je ne peut pas comprendre le sens de ma vie.
It is a paradox, and i envy the women who easily rise above it. Men prefer natural beauty. No make-up, fake lashes, weave. Innocent beauty. Just a girl you can kick it with, without things getting complicated. Sure, there are some girls like that, graciously blessed by God. But the ladies out there in real life appreciate and enhance the few great features. A little liner to bring out those eyes. A little length to frame the face. A little lipstick to get that pout. It's not a self-esteem thing. It's not a vanity thing. A girl can be comfortable in her own skin and be chill like that, with her weave and manicured nails on point.
Ok, i know it gets to be a problem when a girl just cannot be seen without make up, as if beneath the mask lays a monster.
It's not a feminism thing either; personally, i don't feel the pressure (yet) to assert my existence as a complete being and not merely a complement to men.
Anyways, the point is: don't hate, appreciate. Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes, there is not one kind of a beautiful woman. It's not perfect lips and perfect teeth that make a smile, its what lies behind the smile. It's that little glam factor that makes the eyes sparkle and the laugh ring. Like a great melody is not made of just the right instruments, but the way they come together to make great music.
It's really sad how much society judges woman. Even more so that women are the harshest judges. There's this perpetual competition thing going on: I'm better than you. Men succeed because they pull each other up, where women beat each other to the ground.
For me, some of the things i believe to be intrinsic to beauty, both internal and external, include: self respect, dignity, integrity, humour, verve. You have to know your self: to know what matters to you, what you want out of life, the legacy you want to be. I haven't acquired all these, and yes they are acquired. In fact, i had to learn that no one is born with these qualities, they are acquired. You make an effort to be dignified and trustworthy, to love and respect yourself.
This means two things: you can always get to a point of dignity and self love, no matter what or where you're starting off from. Secondly, there will be failures or rather, character building points where you fail. That's when you have to get up and take the next step of resuming on the chosen path: resilience.
The pursuit of some ideal renders one the essence of that ideal. Thus, when you earnestly strive to respect your body and your soul, though you may fail once or twice, by getting through that failure and setting on the path of respect, your whole being becomes it. If you look for it as for silver, and search for it as for hidden treasure, then you will understand.
Conclusion: yes, there are girls out there that are just like wow without trying too much. For the most part though, ladies have to make an effort to make that wow factor come through. A woman knows her true worth does not lie on the tangible: She is worth far more than rubies.Tis the stuff we're made of that makes us spectacular. And i like to think that that's the stuff that's the most attractive.
The Aviator, The Departed, Gangs of New York, Titanic, Shutter Island, and Gisele Bundchen.
I love this man.
|On the Rat scene, The Departed|
Jack Nicolson: I don't know if he necessarily believed me. I don't know if he was necessairly threatened.
Martin Scorcese: Let's do it again tomorrow.
So I come on set the next day and hear we're doing the scene over for lighting reasons. Ok. But then a prop guy comes over to me and says, "Just to let you know, there were some props Jack asked for. I had to get him a fire extinguisher, a bottle of whiskey, a lighter and a gun."