Have you ever wonder the amount of influence time has in our lives? It is basically what controls the main part of the things we do. At what time we meet someone, at what time we go to sleep, wake up, turn something in, eat, etc. But what for? Imagine all the things we don’t do because of the time it is? We don’t even consider if we are tired, or up to it, if it’s late, we just wont do it. It shouldn’t be that way. We should do the things we want to do whenever we feel like it, and time is just an obstacle. It’s not even real. It’s a man-made creation to keep control. From know on you should just o things because you feel like it, no because of what the small plastic band in your wrist is telling you. Don’t wear your internal clock fore once, and see how things go. Live the moment.
If you constantly have positive thoughts and ideas, your life will be better. You bring the good things upon yourself. It’s all about the mind. It is more powerful than what we realize, and not as easy to control as we like to think. Even though it seems we control every thing we say, touch, move, etc. our mind is always ahead of us. Think about it. Do you tell your mind to “turn the light bulb” every time you want light, or does your hand move without your warning? Do you think about every step you take? Every thing you do? Every thing you say? I don’t know about you, but I know that I have done many things, and said many things I didn’t think through. My mind got ahead of me. I couldn’t choose. Some things have turned out right, but others are desasters.
The point is, if our mind is making all this choices for us, then would the choices be better if all we send out to our mind would be positive? It would only get good ideas, positive ideas, so most likely the actions would be harmless, therefore our life would be better. Being happy isn’t as hard as it seems. The only thing we have to do is tell it to our mind. Outsmart it for once. Be ahead of your own game.
I’ve come to realize that life would be a whole lot easier If we wouldn’t need to depend on other people to satisfy our needs. Needless to say, relations with other people cause happiness as well as sadness, but in the long run, we need those things. What kind of place would the world be if all of us were to be lone wolfs? Would we be more satisfied with life without all the stress human relations cause? Or would we simply be robots who don’t feel a thing? If I may say so myself, I think my life would be better If my view on life was different, but who knows what that view is.
I was just reading an article on music theory, and it really caught my attention. I have always used music as a tool for solving my problems, or at least forgetting them, but I didn’t know it was a real career. Music doesn’t only work psychological, but physically as well. Research shows how it has improves heart conditions, as well as epilepsy. Some people might not believe it actually works, but think about it. There is nothing like feeling music. Not just listening to music, but music coming inside you, moving you, possessing you. Not many people can get this sensation, and if you can, you are one of the lucky ones. We don’t see the greatest things in life, we feel them, and there is nothing like feeling music. That’s why you close your eyes when you listen to a really great song, it just happens. You don’t control it. Music travels through your entire body. It floods your muscles and bones with rhythms and melodies, So why wouldn’t it cure you. There is nothing like music, like sound. No movie would be the same without music. It creates most of the emotion in a movie. We wouldn’t cry if a song wasn’t playing on the background, or feels scared, or inspired. We don’t even realize how much impact sound really as in our life, but it affects every part of our lives.
Each pair of eyes in the world looks at the same thing in a different, unique way. How can we know our perception of yellow is the same as the one of everyone in the world? We were trained that “that” was yellow, and that “this” was blue, but maybe our blue is someone elses yellow. From the way two friends tell a story they both experienced, or two brothers narrating their upbringing, non will ever be the same. In some ways, our perspective defines our personality. Think about it, according to the things we see, we formulate opinions, so if we were to look at things differently, our opinions would change.
If this is so, then how come so many personalities are the same? Could it be that there is some sort of filter changing peoples perspectives? Some sort of influential force, making it all the same, like a pair of glasses. Media, other people, you name it.
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Its funny how the things we tend to hate more about people close to us, usually are things we also do. We are frustrated by them, because even though deep down we know we do the same things, we are in some sort of denial, and hate it when our loved ones do them. It is like watching the things you hate most about yourself, parading all around you.
It is kind of a scary thought. I’m going to the extremes here, but does that mean we are just like the people we hate the most? Or is it to a certain extent? As I said before, I think it only applies with our relatives, and people close to us. But if it did apply to everyone, is that why we are a hateful race? loathing all around us, inside us, frustration, desperation…
Oh, to wonder…