The Chapel a21studĩo
College level course and people apparently don’t know how to pronounce the easiest thing in the world.
walking into the wrong class
i scrolled down for an explanation and there wasn’t one but i think i’m ok with that
This makes me happy.
Sounds like modern art…
And public school. The worst of both, really?
"In the end what separates a man from a slave? Money? Power? No, a man chooses, and a slave obeys!" - #andrewryan #bioshock #quotes
that time of year is approaching
scary lawn decorations
terrifying tv programs
people in costumes going door to door
How my brothers dog lays with mine.
is that the sex?
the whole “anger is poisonous and bad for u” mindset was created by people who didn’t want to deal w the justified anger directed at them by others
anger is powerful and important, anger is fuel, and only you determine whether or not your anger is good or bad for you
Anger is powerful and important without a doubt, but the idea that only you determine whether that anger is good or bad is absolutely absurd, unless you are a relativist, which I was not under the impression that this blog was. Since we are creating psychoanalytic generalizations of the people who would say certain things, then I’ll just go out there and say that the reason people would feel the need to say things like this is because people around them have observed that these people have bubbling rage that is so obviously poisonous that only a fool would miss it. And that the reason why they are so foolish is precisely because they are so wrapped up in their absolute faith in solely their own judgement. So much so that they can’t see that people whose anger is dominated that wrongful faith and heed no external criticism are the ones who of course would be poisonous and dangerous.
I’ll agree that anger by itself is not wrong or destructive, and can be a powerful force for good. But trusting only to the judgement of oneself, or to those you already agree with without variance is wrong and destructive. (And frankly, if the people you surround yourself with are so universally foolish in truth than one suspects you might enjoy always being the smartest person in the room rather than mastering one’s intelligence).
Aye. That’s a good clarification.
I didn’t like the second statement as much—I appreciate what I think it’s sentiment was, of saying “Don’t let anyone unjustly tell you your feelings aren’t invalid,” but that wasn’t explicitly stated.