August 30, 2011 at 10:28 PM

I’ve thought a lot about dreams lately. What they mean, if anything. The difference between the scientific explanation and the spiritual explanation. To no surprise, the two explanations are extremely different. The funny thing is that both of them, though completely different, make perfect sense.

The scientific explanation says that dreams are simply your brain unloading information. 

The spiritual explanation talks about things called astral plains. The basic concept is that everything in existence,  what there is, was, and ever will be exist on different plains. We are on an astral plain right now. The theory also says that when we meet people in dreams, we are really meeting those people, just on a different plain.

I know that this concept seems bogus. Hell, Im still having a hard time believing it. I have never been able to dwell on dreams, myself.  There was one dream that I had recently, I’ve told a few friends about it. I wont talk about it on here. But the dream made sense to me. It was something that I’ve never thought of. 

Im starting to think that if you remember a dream, it is for a reason. Maybe it’s something that is in life that you’ve never though of. Maybe it’s someone who you haven’t thought of getting to know, but may be worth it. I’m not sure. Im just a simple person. I know this is probably far out there. But why not think about it?

Freedom from others.

August 3, 2011 at 11:48 PM

Is it possible for someone to imprison another person with emotion? My experience tells me that it is indeed possible, because it happened. I learn from experience, as most people do. When it happened to me, I was young and naive. I trusted people way too easily. I trusted to the point where I almost (figuratively) imploded.

My experience happened last summer, and now looking back on it, freeing myself from the situation, the person, was the best thing that I could have ever done. I guess, by loosing myself, and being completely drained from all emotion and any need to be around anyone, I found myself. I know who I am now, Im comfortable with myself. I was able to have the ability to face the tragedy that happened in the winter (my mother’s passing) with some measure of courage.

I know now that love is extremely fragile. And that in the situation that I was in, I wasnt in the wrong. I did all that I could, and was lied to. I know now that there was no “love” so to speak in the situation.  1 Corinthians 13 says “Love does not delight in evil, but rejoices in the truth.” In my situation, there was no truth. Therefore there was no love.

I am a better man because of what happened. I don’t regret anything I said or did. I never will and I will never be made to. Ill never apologize for anything that happened, because I did the right thing. You may call it stubborn, I call it the truth.

After all, Love does not delight in evil, but rejoices in the truth.

And so it goes…

If I were Manny Acta (Cleveland’s coach)

July 31, 2011 at 9:25 PM

So the trade deadline has been reached, and the Indians have a new pitcher. Hugaldo Jimminez, from the Rockies. It would be logical if Acta moved Carmona down to the minors, put Masterson in Carmona’s spot (Meaning he would become Cleveland’s “Ace”). Since Jimminez has apparently been doing well, he should go into Masterson’s old spot.

Sounds good right? Probably only wishful thinking. I still wouldn’t count Cleveland out completely from October Baseball. We have come back before.

I am sad to see O- Cab go,but Kipnis seems to be doing quite well.

People’s Ignorance

July 30, 2011 at 12:52 PM

  Ive been a performer for about 9 years now. I find that one of the side effects of performing, is you become a people watcher. No, not in the creepy sense. More of sitting back and observing, and watching how people act and treat each other. One of the most common things that ive noticed about people is that they enjoy hurting others for their own entertainment. A lot of this comes from personal experience. Another thing is that it is getting much easier for people to harass others through the internet.  I recently had one of these experiences, and im going to share it.

  I had just had my senior pictures taken. Not all of them are posted yet, but some were. Somebody on my Facebook decided to take one, and post it on his own wall. He also tagged people that would make fun of it. I used to be a person who would be seriously offended by it. Ill admit that the whole thing didn’t make me happy, but it was just immature. I eventually found a way to take it down. Someone else decided to launch an all out attack on my profile. It of course, was ended by hitting the “report/delete” button repeatedly. Only a minor annoyance, but it made me realize something.

  People are ignorant to how their actions effect others. One of Sir Issac Newton’s laws is that every action will produce an equal and opposite reaction.  Although this law is a physics law, it applies many other places. People kill themselves over things that are posted about them. People hurt themselves, or it just really deals a blow to others self confidence. I used to be one of those people. I took a lot of things personally, and people made fun of me. They still do. But I’ve come to the point in my life where things just don’t bug me as much anymore. If anyone out there reading this has ever posted something that is intended to hurt others, really, apologize. To the people who have been through being on the bad end of it, don’t take it to heart. I’ve found out that people who do stuff like this either are trying to prove themselves”cool” to others, or are jealous of something you have.

Ehh, mine as well post a few more things somewhere along the line,

And so it goes…