“Every step someone takes in life is worth an infinite amount of words.” – Sean (online friend of mine)
Following in the Footsteps of a Great Columnist
For those of you who don’t already know me, I’m Felix. If it wasn’t for my college friend, Josh, I wouldn’t have been so interested in going after the meaning of life, the processes of human nature and the human mind. I’d also like to thank my online friends for giving me such great ideas in conversations. I always love to explore and think about things in great detail. Without further ado, let’s get to the purpose of this blog.
Former Psychology, Life, & Inspiration & Global Covernment Blogs
I first started this blog as really a blog for me to express my views on life and rant while also hopefully trying to inspire others to not give up hope during hard times. Eventually, I decided to transition into a news theme like my friend still has. However, over time, I just didn’t find myself following the news all that much as I was all caught up with my own life and hockey. Thus, I just decided to stop posting regularly. Hopefully what you read on my blog, past or present columns, gives you a lot more insight into not just how you view life and world events, but how I and others view it too.
A New Inspiration in Philosophically Speaking
“When I look up at the sky, at the clouds, I don’t see them as just white and dark clouds. I see a time lapse. When I look at historical locations and buildings and nature, I see memories embedded within nature. I see emotions. I see people who gave their lives to build certain historic landmarks. I see blood, sweat, and tears etched into the very fabric of time. People who have passed on went through a very inevitable part of life, and that is death. It’s a never-ending cycle, the cycle of emotions, the cycle of living, the cycle of finding who you really are. Were we all born with good souls, or were we made to commit heinous acts of violence against one other, or were we all born on a clean slate, our actions deciding our reputation and fate in life and society? Some people might say I think too much. I think if we don’t think too much we won’t think enough. How do we know when we are overthinking and over complicating our thoughts? How do we know when we are oversimplifying them? Some questions may never be answered, but every day we work for these answers, sometimes without even knowing it. I’ve always thought about something an online friend of mine said, that maybe we weren’t made to find the truth, or we’re just not ready yet. I understand that there are several perspectives, several ways of looking at it, but there’s got to be an ultimate truth. There’s got to be an end conclusion to everything. I feel like it is up to us to either find it or realize what it is.” – Felix (myself) on everything in life.
Life is filled with wonders — including why people think the way they do, but life is also human’s best and worst teacher. You go through a couple of bumpy roads here and there, but that doesn’t stop you from thinking positively and following your dreams. People go through so many moments in their lives because that’s how life is. From rebellion against authority to drama and sour relationships, that’s part of what life’s about, and I’ve decided to dig deeper in depth into the meaning and concepts of human nature. The one question I always try to answer is why things are so complicated the way they are? Life is filled with abstract notions that can be simplified into simple little ideas. It’s just the matter of how you approach it. Let’s start analyzing the ways of life beyond how we look at it from the outside. Let’s start Speaking Philosophically.