Goodness another touch question Um.. well i have witnessed many touching this, I am having trouble picking one out right now. Mmmm…
Ohhh I know!
A performance artist named Marina Abramović did a beautiful piece at a museum where she would sit at a table and one by one a person would sit in front of her. She would just look at them. Neither person would speak, they would just look at eachother. People became so emotional about this that they would cry because the act of truly looking into the eyes of another person unjudgingly is so powerful.
A very close friend of Marina that she had not seen in many years came to see her during one of these acts. She begins with her eyes closed and waits until someone sits in front of her. Her friend sat across from her and when she opened her eyes she was immediately astounded. They at first just smiled but then they both began to cry. No words were exchanged. Just the mutual act of sharing that moment with each other.
I was sobbing when i saw this. It was truly beautiful.
here is the video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OS0Tg0IjCp4
Ehhhh no. When I take a selfie I think “Yep, there is my face. And now its going on the internet.” I don’t think I am fabulously beautiful and I don’t do it for attention. I do it because I personally think it looks good.
I do tend to smile often. And People ask to be in my youtube videos a lot, but rarely does it happen. I usually have people in my videos when it pertains to the topic of the video, such as me and a friend talk about an experience we BOTh shared. Otherwise I speak of things that just pertain to myself. Hence why I do my videos individually.
I have. It was under the consent of an adult. I had a bottle and a half of a Smirnoff strawberry-kiwi beer. It was surprisingly very good. I have also tasted wine but I find it quite displeasing.
I did not get drunk but was pretty buzzed. I don’t think I would just drink for effect though. I am a person driven by my senses, so if it tastes bad, I probably won’t drink it.
I have met many people and I have had many close individuals come into my life, but most never took the time to understand who I really was, or accept me for who I am.
I share a great deal of compassion for a friend I met my freshman year of high school. They were very kind to me and made me comfortable and welcome when I was feeling quite the opposite.
At first people claimed that i only cared for this person for romantic reasons, but it was and still is much more than that. They took the time, and still do, to get to know me and speak to me. They seem to genuenlly want to know how I am and listen to me.
Because of these interactions I find myself eager to hear about their life and learn about them. I care what happens to them. I worry for them, cheer them on, and try to do my best to encourage them.
This exchange has been going on for three years and I can say that out of these conversations i have grown to really care for this individual. These emotions are not created out of, for a lack of better words, “lovey duvy” feelings, but simply the urge to care for the other person. A person who’s simple response to a question in a facebook conversation can light up your entire day. A person who I can truly call my friend.
ask me anything. I don’t care what it is or if you are even anon. I PROMISE I WILL ANSWER AMYTHING!
Come to my place. I have two family size boxes of lucky charms.