JohnyGrim

Constantly changing, constantly challenging, constantly annoying..

“‎’Slut’ is attacking women for their right to say yes. ‘Friend Zone’ is attacking women for their right to say no.”

And “bitch” is attacking women for their right to call you on it.  (via madgay)

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Being intentionally forgotten hurts. It places the forgotten as a nothing, a void, a ripped page in somebody’s life. But on the other hand, it also hurts the forgette, the ones who intentionally forgot. It denies them of their past, and in the long run, it confuses them of who they are and how they get where they are now, it denies them of all the gain they’ve had in that certain forgotten past. But face it, we can’t control everything. In the end, some people does remove you out of their life, like a cancer. But for me, to deny my past means denying who I am today. Now moving from a bad experience is necessary, but instead of forgetting, learn to truly move on. To look to the future with great hopes without forgetting that once, we were a part of something. And however bad it ends, it was once beautiful, and it is what makes us today. Peace is, after all, can only obtained through acceptance, not denial.

“I don’t think that people accept the fact that life doesn’t make sense. I think it makes people terribly uncomfortable.”

– David Lynch (via lucysbasement)

Doppelganger

Reading between the lines. Following traces of an almost unseen line between things and then finding out the connection; realizing that somehow, a certain someone was trying to emulate her past experiences through other means.

Because we’re afraid..

johnygrim:

Of what we don’t understand

of what we don’t want to lose

of being hurt, and hurting others in return

of not being in control

of misunderstanding

of being unaccepted, of rejections

of being told what to do

of losing ourselves.

We end up

going through

and doing

and becoming

the things

we fear

and hate

the most

..Or to be more apt, time is a human construct. For example, if you ask me how long does it takes me to, lets say, bake a cake? I’d say, about 40 minutes tops. How do I know that its 40 minutes? Because my alarm clock says so; after 40 minutes, it rang. A second after 39 minutes and 59 seconds, the alarm rang, and before that was silence. So the indicator to the cake being properly baked was the sound the alarm clock makes, which indicates that 40 minutes has passed. Thus, time were created as an indicator to change, while on the other hand, change were also an indicator to time. So does time really exists? Well, it does. Because we made it so, thus it exists. 

..Or to be more apt, time is a human construct. For example, if you ask me how long does it takes me to, lets say, bake a cake? I’d say, about 40 minutes tops. How do I know that its 40 minutes? Because my alarm clock says so; after 40 minutes, it rang. A second after 39 minutes and 59 seconds, the alarm rang, and before that was silence. So the indicator to the cake being properly baked was the sound the alarm clock makes, which indicates that 40 minutes has passed. Thus, time were created as an indicator to change, while on the other hand, change were also an indicator to time. So does time really exists? Well, it does. Because we made it so, thus it exists. 

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Don’t run, walk.
Walk and take your time,
and listen,
and see,
and talk to strangers,
and take pictures,
and leave your mark,
and break down the barriers,
between you and this city.
A city that was made for machines,
and capitals,
and transactions,
but not human.

Walk,
and find others.
and maybe,
you’d find yourself too