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Well, I agree though to manipulate truth is certainly hard. Not everyone can do it.
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I want to agree with your last sentence, but in my opinion, I just have to add "Life is interesting when we look back at it." Life doesn't always seem interesting when we're actually going through it. But that's just my opinion.
I'd rather stay as a naive optimist (=
It's because when we aren't looking back at it, we are most likely unable to see what is present there at that very moment. Truth be told, I have developed an interest to this nonchalant feeling to the present moment by time.
It seems to me this was my way of clinging to the life
Ah, I see. But I don't think you're naive. Optimistic, yes. But not naive. I think you know too much to be a naive person.
I'm someone who lives for the present but adores the past (I love history). I guess it's because I've known regret, so I try to enjoy the moment to its fullest. But it's a rather heavy burden, you can't see everything from where you're standing. You can move around only when the moment has passed, so I guess that's why people tend to overlook what is present at the moment. It's easier to take something for granted, no?
Good observation. I tried to become a true evil for years that cares about nothing, then gave up and tried to be naive to love everything, and in the end, here I am, stuck between the two
Shame I can't be like that. That's a good thing, enjoying the moment, I mean. It helps you love the life you have. For others like me, it's like trying to take a step forward and turn back around to see what is behind at the same moment. You twist your mind. With every new twist, your sight weakens, to the degree that you neither sense what is behind nor have an idea what is ahead. Dizziness is what you have left with in present.
Taking things for granted is indeed easy, but taking everything for granted is void and agony itself.
Speaking of books, I strongly recommend everyone to read Kazantzakis' Zorba the Greek
What's your favorite Pokemon season?
Tough to tell.
To begin with, not all seasons were aired here, only a couple, and also, I don't remember a notion about seasons.
I checked a couple of episodes, though, and decided that it should be season 3.
Haku - hows things going?
Why season 3? What is wrong with you?
I have an ongoing graduation project which isn't immune to failure at this point, so, it's a bit nervy.
Since I started to develop a habit of sleeping earlier, I can't watch NBA games anymore, so, it's a bit dull. And sleepy, after getting up so early.
On top of all that, a sense of serenity is present.
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What's wrong with that, I don't even have any idea
good luck ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ <3
Season 3 isn't as good as season 1. You're such a newb.