- Nietzsche: I do not know how to make a distinction between tears and music.
- Skramz: Me neither.
In the effort to create an appropriate title, the story was lost, so whenever you create a post, always write the post first, then the title.
Secrets, in life, we may never know. Will we learn of the truth upon our deaths? Or is the rule of the world to exist forever, never to be unclenched? Will we never see an answer to our life-old questions, do we make do with the idiosyncrasies of society, of industry moving at differing rates? Those who live in the past are dead. Those who live in the present are most of us, those who live in the future are cursed with insanity. We all try to refuse constant change, we wish to go back to memories of home and camaraderies of innocence. Regardless, time is changing. The future is a scary place, some witness it and are forced to be rehabilitated into a sense of personal discovery, as opposed to a singular civil effort. Because in the world, we are fighting wars, and the most important battle of all is between governments and their people. Before birth, we are in the dominion of a sole being, but as soon as we are born, we are expected to grow into a member of society, but in most situations, people group into vigilante organizations of families and friends. When a person is alone, it is powerless, but two or more can wage battles, and the larger group will always clamp down on the smaller group. We are all, in war time, soldiers, enlisted, each in a certain ranking. Allegiances are sometimes fuzzy, and those in this transitional period experience torturous inadequence, for they are forced, by logic, to find a higher power. Fuck the bullshit.
Looking through examples of social pyramids was nearly gag inducing, I saw one from the National-Socialist (A.K.A. Nazi) Party of Canada, which depicted their impression of who currently runs the world. I would post it but I feel it is somewhat incriminating, so instead I just posted a picture of a nice looking little blue triangle (not exactly a pyramid but it gets the point across). But if you want it could be pink too. Or any colour you like.
Books are a lost art. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve read only a few books in my life, but the bulk of what I’ve learned is simply from books. My pops would read to me as I grew up: Dr. Seuss stories, The Little Prince, Siddhartha, The Prophet. Sharing books is beautiful. My dad’s favorite book is one I recommended to him.
The personal aspect of words is something I will always cherish. Sound, on the other hand, to me, is lively and crashing, meant to be experienced in groups like the white noise of automobiles in Times Square. Like I heard someone once say: All the World’s A Mosh Pit.” —Audrey Shultz’s diary entry (excerpt from the upcoming fiction novel, “Audrey”)
hardstyle till death do us part
All i’ll say is this is the end of what we had.
Sincerely, your best friend.” —
Title Fight (via jaanikaj)
so saaaad, title fight why u no make songs about fukin bitches and buying expensive vehicles?
— Carl Jung (via cozmoxandre)
Back in the day, there were god-fearing people, now there are only government-fearing people.