weird fact 6. i enjoy listening to sad/melancholic music.
when every little thing seems to matter and every little thing that you do affect others. how can you say “i don’t care” and not really care? i’ve been trying to tell that to myself over and over again, but it won’t just work on me. the more i tell myself not to care the more that i seem to care.
sometimes, i get too paranoid that i even fear that maybe, well, just maybe, all these things that i’m seeing and believing are just my illusions and delusions.
Superman may have x-ray and superhuman vision. But, he still wouldn’t be able to read this like a nurse can!
i dislike it when random people makes fun of others just because they find them as a bit weird.
a self-portrait made by my cousin. yaaay! :)
i hope and pray that before this year ends i can do something fulfilling and really special for someone else, and, maybe, a bit for myself.
oh hi! i will and you’re welcome. :)
actually i currently have 7 pet dogs at home and love animals too :) hope you’re doing great.
You know what’s alarming? When you are that picky and you can’t just find the right one and he doesn’t come along. You know what’s the problem? You’re waiting for your favorite fictional character.
— Kurt Vonnegut
Logotherapy is helping to search for a possible, personal meaning in relation to a situation or condition, and others. Logotherapy is integrative since it is integral reality based, actual meaning - person centred psychotherapy. The search for meaning which Logotherapy initiates, is the search for the last resort of personal freedom to exist and live for a loved one and/or for a humane cause. It may be a goal very close by and practical to do or to live for , but it may also be an existential and ethical source of strength helping a person to face fate, physical and psychological illness, deprivation, loss, and eventually dying.