This was a random post from way back when...Back in January..
It's a blog...With pictures...
Can anyone tell me what the words in the picture mean? I would like to look it up.
I was really hesitant on writing another blog...That's why I'm writing on this profile and not my other blog or in my notes....Which never allow me to post videos...So what's the fun in that?
I really wish Blogophilia would move to Blogger....Or WordPress. It would be so much easier for me considering certain people I'm close to don't like to read what I write. They only like to criticize the posts I make on FB a week later. Which means they're stalking me. I don't even know anymore.
I just feel like every time I smile, someone has to smack that smile off my face, and I don't get why.
So, you can imagine that when I stumbled upon the following Japanese proverb, I felt I could relate completely.
Every time, a little bit of me dies, and somehow, I'm still alive. And every time I die, a new part of me comes back to life.
Kishi Kaisei--Wake from death and return to life.
The only difference with this saying is this usually doesn't happen to me in one sudden burst. It just happens out of nowhere...I am brought back.
Which some days, it's a shame because I enjoy my fake fantasy world, collecting moonbeams in a jar.
(I thought that little teddy bear was cute) :)
Have you ever heard Here Comes The Sun played on the mandolin?
I think this blog topic played well with what's on my mind this week, though the Beatles were the last thing on my mind. The music in my heart weighs heavy this week.
But if you do need a laugh, might I recommend the following clip from the episode Weekend at Bobby's from the show Supernatural.
When the word Shinto popped up, I immediately thought of this episode. They had an Okami demon, and needed to kill her with a weapon that was blessed by a Shinto priest seven times....Of course, I couldn't find the exact part of the episode I wanted, but all in all, this was still a good episode.