Saturday, June 2, 2012
Yo...you ever been around a person that always has a list of about 10 things that aren't going right in their life whenever you ask them how their day is going? Or how about those people that always act like the world is ending? Unfortunately, it's pretty common, at least among some of the people that I'm forced to interact with. Thank God I wasn't born a pessimist, He knew exactly what he was doing. Pessimism mixed with my natural sarcasm would equal absolute disaster for me in the social world.
I'm one of those people that strongly believes in all types of forces and energy, and I feel like energy that is already out there can be transformed. Now, for the most part, I'd say that I consider myself extremely easy-going, even-tempered, and generally happy, and I think that most people that know me personally would agree. Even when I'm NOT happy I don't take my anger and frustration out on those close to me or the people I work with. So with that being said, if you're one of those people that always, always, ALWAYS has something negative going on and NEVER have anything good to say if I go out of my way to ask you how your day is going, stay the FUCK from around me. Negative thoughts and actions breed negative energy which in turn not only brings YOU down but potentially everyone around you.
Also, don't continue to complain about the same situation over and over again especially if you aren't actively doing anything in your power to try and change it. I was always taught that if you didn't like something, don't complain, change it. It's actually a really good principle to live by and once you start living by it you'll find that most of the stuff that you complain about is self-inflicted and can be changed. Think about your situations from a more optimistic perspective and they're bound have a light at the end of the tunnel at some point, though I must admit, the shit doesn't happen overnight. For example, I think certain people who want to be in a better space financially are NOT mainly because they complain too much about NOT being in the financial space that they want to be in without any further action. So, the complaint is, "I'm always broke...I never have any money to do what I want, I'm always in a financial bind, etc." So my question is, why do you seldom hear people approach the same issue from an angle such as, "Hmmm...I know I'm struggling financially right now, so what can I do to try and start fixing it? Am I paying to much for something? Am I living beyond my means? What can I do to cut costs? I wonder if there are any part time jobs hiring...I wonder if I can add value to the job I'm at and impress my boss so that I can get a raise..." Yeah...how many times do you ever hear THAT approach? Don't worry...I'll wait...
Listen, nobody's situation is perfect. But I think what separates people from being positive or negative about life's situations is maturity. Honestly, what's funny to me about this whole thing is that the people that are the most negative that carry the dark cloud over them all the time probably don't even realize how negative they're being. It would just help out a lot if people were more conscious of the energy that they were putting out there because I also think that you reap what you sow. Oh, and one last thing, besides a death in the family or an accident or something like that, I think that your personal life and your work life should ALWAYS remain separate. ALWAYS. In other words, keep your fuckin' feelings in check. I'm am not the person that you should randomly snap on or have an attitude with just because you're dealing with some dumb shit that your "significant other" has done to you. That's a top 5 easy way for me to switch to "Taurus Temper Mode" which isn't EVER good for anyone. Welp! That's about all I could think of for this particular topic...it was just something I randomly observed recently and figured I'd write about it from my perspective. Until next blog...I'm out!
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Saturday, March 17, 2012
So um...I finally sat down last night and taught myself how to do all this youtube stuff...wasn't as hard as I thought it was gonna be...I don't think it's bad for my first attempt. Anyway...enjoy!
Monday, March 12, 2012
Shout out to the good folks over at the Roundtable for lettin' me jump on this track and have some fun. Nothing serious. This was mainly a little bit of mental exercise for me so I can start to really get into the mind frame of writing for the Unsolved Mystery LP. Track produced by the crazy talented homie @_Chris_King. For the original track, check out the Roundtable project "To Whom It May Concern"HERE. Enjoy!
Monday, January 30, 2012
Sunday, January 15, 2012
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
With all of the greed and selfishness that seems to plague our culture, I can't help but to often wonder what a person's true intentions are nowadays. With me, I think that your intentions play a very important role in determining the outcome of a situation. If your intentions are not pure and/or misunderstood by any other party involved, that can usually turn into a complete disaster.
Let's use relationships as an example since I know that's about the ONLY topic that'll keep most of you interested. Peep game. Guy meets girl. Guy finds girl attractive. The ONLY thing he wants to do is smash just to say that he...well..."smashed." Girl is aware of the fact that he probably wants to smash just because of male nature in general, however, guy plays the smooth "nice guy" role all the way up to the point where he finally gets the panties, so it ends up throwin' her off. Guy and girl THINK that they are falling for each other which, in reality, is just a result of repetitive sexual encounters. Things start to go a little sideways in the relationship which wakes guy up from the trance he was in and calls the relationship off with girl. End result: Bad breakup, girl is scorned with the "All you wanted to do was fuck me!" attitude and will probably carry baggage to the next relationship because of it.
Keep in mind that is only one scenario, but it's a scenario that I've observed in the past as well as the present. My overall point is, you shouldn't go into anything with the wrong intention. It usually always ends up with terrible results. Even if your intention is not the best one, you should always make it your business to still be clear on what your intention is at the end of the day. That way, if a situation goes wrong or doesn't go the way you think that it should've gone, at least you can say you were upfront and clear about it. Remember, keep your intentions pure.