As the parent of a cat I used to believe that I am the only one with an extremely unruly and egotistical cat. There are many others like me who face the same trials but love their cat anyway because there’s no pet like a cat.
Everyone has had the pleasure of having dumped someone. Most of us have faced the pain of being dumped. Some of us have cried for sometime and (hopefully) have moved on. We’ve emerged better than before, having experienced love and loss. Others not so much. They wallow in their sorrow and turn bitter. This is especially true of boys. Now, I am not being biased. I am sharing an experience that I have seen far too many times.
I’ve been an introvert for as long as I can remember. I like hanging out with my friends but I love hanging out with my books more. I don’t talk much but if it’s a topic I like I can go on for hours. I analyze things rather than jump on them and accept. I think better when I am alone. My best ideas arise when I am by myself. There are many of my kind out there. Unfortunately we are labelled “shy” or in my case “arrogant” or “snob”. The following video is a delightful insight on the importance of introverts and the difference they make. Click to Watch
Have you ever read something that you didn’t like? Something that hurt your beliefs or an idea you didn’t agree with? What did you do with that book? You stopped reading, didn’t you? This is assuming you are a mature human being who understands that not every book is written with a closed mind. Unfortunately, this kind of subjective thinking is condemned. Books are no longer the mitochondria of imagination (for certain individuals). They are weapons of mass destruction.
My Facebook wall is sometimes bombarded with photos of random stuff clicked by random people that were either shared or liked or uploaded. What is amazing is some pictures have a watermark on them stating XYZ Photography or Photos by ABC. It’s funny because the pictures are usually not good. Come on! Let’s get real. A photo should be a unique emotion; something that has never been conveyed before.