Wednesday, 24 October 2012

I thought I'd start a Facebook game!

Name of the game: My favourite character.

Rules: Go through your friends PROFILE PICTURES and post this WHOLE text in the comments of the picture that is your favourite ''character'.

Character: A person portrayed in an artistic piece, such as a drama or novel.

On a philosophical note: in life we have many characters and in all of our interactions we have a primal desire of being accepted and approved of; it is a deeply routed need in humans as we are a bonding group species. The desire of acceptance brings the fear of rejection. In a society overly obsessed with image we create our characters to be able to deal with life and with the social structures that has been raised around us. They are a defence against what can hurt us and they are a call for love.

I obviously love all your characters as they are all apart of you my friend - and you are perfect just the way you are - now go spread the game, let me know which of my "characters" you prefer.


That's the game people go and play it... on a more political and psychological note:
The fear of being rejected is one of the main ways that you are subconsciously manipulated by advertising, media, government etc.

Fear is the underlying emotion to many of our societies structures.

You combat fear using wisdom and love. It is OK to be scared, but understand you fear, study your fear and learn from it. Grow and overcome it.

Much Love.

Friday, 9 March 2012


International Womans day or what ever they call it

 The following was my facebook status  on said day. 8th of March.
"Women, you don't get to share in history and we don't accept femininity as a whole (cheap and sexy, yes, but feminine, no), a successful woman needs to be distinctly "male". And equal rights has more to do with robbing the family from the family and giving it to the state than anything else. However, here women, have a day to celebrate that you have to fight for your rights, and then you can shut up the rest of the year.... how very male and pointless isn't it to give out "days" for people.... to highlight the discriminating society that we live in... Every day is your day - don't let them give it to anyone else, every moment belongs to you!
 Much Love,