well well well
here I am
Version 5.95 Beta
I’ve been posting my old “about me” sections into blogs ever since I started MySpace.
I think its a great way to show where I’m coming from, and make needed changes that will ultimately improve my future.
Take the good with the bad, the bad with the good.
Leave the bad behind…
This time around has probably been the WORST About Me section yet, it’s contents of who I am and things “about me” are sparse… and the content is basically a collection of brain barfs and little things that ended up mashed all together.
But thats where I’m at.
I haven’t had much that I can really tell about where I’m at in life as of late.
It’s all new to me.
I’ve been going through some much needed changes and personal cleansing of the soul so to speak.
Some of the shit should have been done long long ago…
I know I’m not perfect, I really don’t feel like I deserve half the praises that I get as it is! But I can’t begin to express how much I appreciate it!
That’s something I vow to work on, I want to be better at expressing my appreciation of others and the things they do for me. It’s been brought to my attention numerous times that my appreciation is left unexpressed, even though it is heart felt and easy to assume.
Bear with me.
I’ll make it worth your while.
myspaceFamous @ FictionOrPity ver. 5.95’s Blurbs
I have found the End-All to vindictive behavior. It’s a principle that rings true…
Namasté or Namaskar ( in Hindi, from Sanskrit nama te) is a South Asian greeting originating in India, which is used when both hello and goodbye would be used in English. The meaning is quite different, however.
Sanskrit na reflects a simple negation. Ma points to ego, referring “I” and “my”. Thus nama means “bow, obeisance, reverential salutation, adoration to your inner truth”, but not next to your ego. Te is the dative of the personal pronoun tvam, “you”. A literal translation of nama te is thus “reverential salutation to your inner.” It is commonly accompanied by a slight bow made with the hands pressed together, palms touching, in front of the chest.
In a religious context this word can be taken to mean any of these:
* The Spirit in me meets the same Spirit in you.
* I greet that place where you and I are one.
* I salute the Light of God in you.
* I bow to the divine in you.
* I recognize that within each of us is a place where Divinity dwells, and when we are in that place, we are One.
* My higher energy salutes your higher energy.
* the God in me sees and honors the god in you.
* May the God within you, bless you
In other words, it recognizes the equality of all, and pays honor to the sacredness and interconnection of all, as well as to the source of that interconnection. Namaskar is the term for such greetings, and is also used as a greeting itself.
Those who cannot accept their own flaws will be forever doomed to heartbreak and sadness.
Those who forgive the trespasses against them will flourish and grow to become a source of light worthy of admiration.
“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.” ~Gandhi
“The shadows of this world are perceived by mortals, and they think they know the Truth, but the Reality which casts the shadows is hidden from them, and they do not perceive the Light.” ~Jesus Christ
Mike: So I’ve been thinking about taking some Yoga classes.
Whoever: Yoga? isn’t that kinda… gay?
Mike: Nah my boy myspaceFamous has been trying to get me to go with him, he says it’s not like that.
Whoever: Whatever, Yoga’s lame. myspaceFamous’s a crazy fucker anyway.
Mike: Well you see how Fucked Up myspaceFamous’s shit is… But the muffuckers ALWAYS SMILING.
Whoever: damn… that is true. He does have a lot of fucked up shit goin on…. and he DOES always have the big ass smile on his face.
Mike: PSH yea he does.
Whoever: Maybe there is something to it then…
All my friends kick ass.
Get to know me, so you can kickass too.
Who I’d like to meet:
Real People with flaws and issues. You know who you are…Just look in the mirror.