This was a question on one of my tests this past summer. Obviously I chose the most logical answer.
Why does sitting on a cliff seem serene? Because at any moment you could throw yourself off, but instead you sit there and live, with yourself.
Expression of this
Deciding to live instead of die
Fighting for life
Fighting the demons inside, the evil thoughts
Live for the because
Cartesian theory is based on, “I think, I doubt, therefore I am.” Doubt is necessary, but dreams feel so real and yet so does my reality. To distinguish between dream and reality isn’t the easiest. I’ve woken up in shock questioning if this is real or if that was real. Could it be? That I’m dreaming now as I sit at my computer writing this. That my dreams are my reality. This can’t be true. I can touch the person sitting next to me and they will have a conscious reaction perhaps separate from my expectations. Perception based on expectation of reactionary forces is reality for the individual. Dreams are uncontrollable, and yet, so is life.
This is how I feel when I fight my demons in my sleep
Venus transit, 2004 by Wolfgang Tillman
I saw this from my a telescope my grandfather built that my dad still uses, it was excellent
Just a quick little cover of Landslide by yours truly, Tracy Goldman. Recorded in the bathroom with Zach, nowhere else to record anymore.
Fucking gorgeous voice, Im in love with it, if you havent checked out this beautiful rendition of landslide, you need to :)
Sunlight floods in through windows in the vaulted main room of New York City’s Grand Central Terminal, illuminating the main concourse, ticket windows and information kiosk. Photo taken ca. 1935-1941.(Courtesy NYC Municipal Archives)
I love public transportation
Urbanization, industrialization, the city and its life, Im excited about my Urban Scene class :)
MMmm coffee in the morning, delicious :)