Wednesday, June 17, 2009

I find that the term "Selfless" doesn't apply to humans.

Monday, June 15, 2009

A Note on the Setting of Suns and it's Effect Upon the Clouds

When the sun sets or rises upon a cloud, you'll notice that it will change many different colors before the black of night or the light of day reaches the cloud. Red, Orange, Yellow, and Purple are all common colors to find in these transitional hours. Some will tell you that the water inside the cloud refracts the light like a prism and separates it into it's many colors. I would argue that that is not the case.

When a person begins a new life, they experience things for the first time, and are full of emotions. Then, after a while, what was extraordinary, beautiful, or inspiring is now dull, regular and senseless. But when a person reaches a time of death, a time when things are about to change forever, they will look back and see once again the intricacies of their daily lives, those things that were lost for so long. Once again, for a brief period of time, they live full of emotion, full of happiness, sadness, hurt, and even anger.

I would argue that clouds do the same thing.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Majorly Philosophical Song

Can you find the golden lines?

I found an interesting website today. Truly a work of art. And it's interactive, that's a plus.