I think perspective is everything. We each have a unique one. I’d like to point that out to some people who are so smug about how they’ve always managed to overcome challenges and keep on going. They look down on someone who’s really struggling, accusing them of not trying, etc. But do these same people ever stop to consider that one of the reasons that they’ve been able to do that, is because of the love, support, understanding, and actual assistance (like financial or something physically tangible) of other people? Someone like me for instance, who’s been there countless times to listen to them rant and cry and rage, helped them physically and loaned or gifted them money when they needed it? It blows my mind that they take ALL of the credit for their supposed remarkable resilience, strength, and positivity, as if they did it completely on their own. Like I’ve had to for example. I’ve had no one to turn to most of the time for my entire life. I’ve never had anyone bail me out of difficult financial situations or come over and clean my house when I’m feeling down or I’m sick. And yet when I’m the one who’s struggling, and even though I’ve told them how much, all I get from them is abuse and rejection and accusations of being lazy. I wonder what it would be like to have a cheerleader like me to help me weather those storms. It must be nice.
We are just renting an apt but lately I've been watching these shows for something to fill the time at home. I don't get why everyone wants the "open concept " where you can see the whole kitchen from the front door. I've always liked the idea of being able to just close the door if you have a mess.
I watch those paranormal shows and I think it would be fun to be a ghost, spy on people and scare them if you don’t like them!!
I propose we rename Granville St to Lhamo Thondup St. In case you don't recognize the name, that is the current Dali Lama. Not only is he an all-around good guy, that would mean that the address of the Consulate General of the People's Republic of China would become 3380 Lhamo Thondup St. Which would annoy them to no end.
I dont see the point of this shitty unjust world and frankly I dont want to be a part of it anymore.
There is no point to all of this.
Not for all the hard work and hardship we have to endure everyday, while so many things are so wrong and bad in this world.
Killing ourselves and our planet for money.
The rich keep getting richer off the sweat of the poor, hard working people.
Thats the point.
Its all a mirage
With no true meaning.
Checking out soon and I'm sure that will make many people happy .
Your welcome in advance.
So sad, so sad indeed,
when we practice to deceive.
One time I received a ginormous grant to document an undiscovered island. Only I couldn't find one (admittedly I didn't look very hard), so for around 6 years every vacation until the money ran out I did find lots of real islands, and I inventoried their beer, hammocks, bikini varieties and tropical fruit.
My confession is I turn into a crazy person when I'm moving. I wish I was rich. I'd pay someone to do everything.
They are going to have to pay me shitloads to go back to that traffic. Goodbye Vancouver if they force it upon me. Not worth it. Remote work thank you! I will travel and work.
So many hikers... and now they bring drones with them. Ugh. You can't even get away into nature anymore without a stupid robot flying through the sky. I hate people who fly drones in provincial parks. They're terrible.
But I don’t see vancouverites wearing goretex and jeans anymore. This city is dead to me. Yup central.