Man... So many things going on in my life, I barely have time to even think, less write.
Ever have that problem?
First of all, I've got three baby cousins sleeping over with an aunt. As if our apartment is smaller enough... I've got no problem with their staying, but it's just that sometimes I feel frustrated with the things they do, like interrupt me as I'm typing now and talking about incoherent blabbers...
Second, I have Cross Country to worry about next year. I haven't even been training and working on my summer miles; all I have is about 45 miles going. Trust me, that's not good.
So now I'm thinking about running to Barnes and Noble when I can. Running for about three miles is how long it is to get there. So, if I do that often, and train my legs, I'll get six miles every time. And I can read those books about forensics (a topic I've recently found very intriguing) and other reference books, to increase my knowledge.
Yeah, that's number three. I'm in learning mode right now. All my brain wants to do is LEARN. I can't but feel that if I don't learn something now, I won't learn ever again...
All these add to the fact that my mind can't process information and think. Even now I'm tempted to start running, but then I won't be able to do other things.
One way I think that can help is to create a schedule. But as the Joker says, planning's for people who think they have control over things entirely OUT of their control...
Oh well. I'll live.
I'm really questioning life.
No, I'm not depressed; quite the opposite, really. I'm just thinking. A hell lot.
If one actually takes a few minutes to ponder about our existence, it doesn't take long to realize that... our lives... are, frankly, worth nothing. Even the great philosophers and thinkers of the past mean nothing nowadays. Great, we have a few morally good people and the rest don't give a damned.
The point of the matter is, we as humans only live to spread and multiply. "You are a virus," Agent Smith said.
Many people don't realize that one more human on earth equals a hundred less animals on earth. We don't care about the space we occupy because we believe the space is ours. We don't care about the animals who lived in our space prior to our existence, because we believe the whole planet is ours.
Here's a quote from Ishmael, by Daniel Quinn.
Everywhere there are species of animals dying because we don't care. In Ishmael, it says that we humans are in a war with our planet. The objective of the war... is to defeat our planet, make it ours, and finally take control of everything on it.
In The Giver, civilization has finally manipulated everything possible on earth. Weather, something responsible by a higher entity, color, a normal and essential characteristic of anyone, and emotions are all finally mastered.
Mouse says in The Matrix.
It is not global warming we have to worry about that might bring the destruction of the world; it's whether enough humans realize that the earth should not be controlled by humans, and instead, let the earth control us.
Remember, the earth does not need humans. But we need the earth.
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