Friday, February 20, 2009


I'll be completely honest- reality scares me.

Maybe it's something other people can't see or realize, and I'm not trying to put myself above other people, but when you see the truth behind humanity and its institutions, its almost sad. if you involve yourself and have expertise in multiple facets, you notice a very significant underlying notion; people's intentions are very bent and the ignorant masses interpret them into damaging proportions. take prozac- the creator's intentions were not to help sick people but out of "scientific fun." This misplaced intention consumes anything from churches to the government to the music industry to pharmaceutical companies- who in power are we to trust completely? Should we just live in ignorance and in bliss with illusions of spirituality or displaceable happenings or find out the truth and realize the inconsistent and fallacious nature in the corporate.. no, not even corporate, human world?

All my life, I've always questioned myself about things like these..
but for now, I wonder how big of an impact college will make on me.
We'll just have to observe the outcome.
Will my perception on things change?
Will I change? For better or for worse?


  1. From Ephesians 6: "For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places."

    For the answer to your problems, read the entire context. :). Hi Sam!