Presented here are two accounts of mine and Liz’s travel journals from our trip to Morocco in 2013. I believe they perfectly illustrate the point that reality is totally subjective. Plus they’re totally hilarious.
“The perils of putting ‘giant’ in an animal’s name- what if you discover some new animal that you’re pretty sure is the biggest of its kind, and name it accordingly, but it later turns out that it isn’t?”
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“Appreciation of music is subjective, of course, but in order to be worthy of consideration it has to tick a few basic boxes.
And most bad music, music that fails to tick these basic boxes, just doesn’t enter into the lives of the majority of people.”
“Rather, you should treat fear like it’s a Facebook friend you don’t really know who has just invited you to play Candy Crush Saga-momentarily acknowledge it, shrug it off, and get on with your life.”
“a couple of years ago I made what I thought was a pretty cool New Year’s resolution which I’ve tried to stick to ever since. My promise to myself was simply that I would not make any decisions in my life based on fear.”
“…But there’s one prehistoric monster who I feel never gets the attention it deserves. And that’s the subject of today’s post- the airborne goliath that is Quetzalcoatlus.”
God is so far above human comprehension and his plans are so amazing that he has no trouble conveying messages through things which were originally meant for something completely different. Including power metal, apparently.
“…And it is, simply and always, God. Your innermost sense of who you are has to be that you are created in God’s image and perfectly known and loved.”
It is a cold and harsh lesson we must learn: that no matter how high and mighty humanity may have become, the part of our brain we share with dogs can still ruin nice things for us.