Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Specific Topics.

This is just an update question for the followered that even read this.

Do you have a specific topic you want me to talk about on here? If so, comment below with the topic.


Tuesday, June 7, 2011

The good, The Bad, and The..... Sexy Part 2

Alright, in the first part, I spoke about Fate a small bit, and in this post, I'll be talking about Destiny, which is similar to Fate, but not exactly the same.


[des-tuh-nee] Show IPA
–noun, plural -nies.
something that is to happen or has happened to a particular person or thing; lot or fortune.
the predetermined, usually inevitable or irresistible, course of events.
the power or agency that determines the course of events.
( initial capital letter ) this power personified or represented as a goddess.
the Destinies, the Fates.
 Now, Destiny, Strikingly similar to Fate, but in my Eyes, I see them differently. I believe Fate is something that you cannot deny, and you must follow it no matter what. But in that sense, I dont believe in fate.
Destiny, however, I believe is a different story. I believe destiny is just like a prophecy that you can avoid. 

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

The good, The Bad, and The..... Sexy Part 1

Don't let the title confuse you. It has nothing to do with what I'm posting right now.

Now lets see. A rant-blog for today... Ah. lets try "Destiny" and "Fate".

To start. If you believe in destiny, and fate, Does that mean you have already given up your free will, and plan to do everything on whim, believing its the will of the above?

Now, let me clarify. I dont believe in Fate, and Destiny. I do however believe in following ones own gut feelings. 

Lets get into the literals now.


[feyt] Show IPA noun, verb, fat·ed, fat·ing.
something that unavoidably befalls a person; fortune; lot: It is always his fate to be left behind.
the universal principle or ultimate agency by which the order of things is presumably prescribed; the decreed cause of events; time: Fate decreed that they would never meet again.
that which is inevitably predetermined; destiny: Death is our ineluctable fate.
–verb (used with object)
to predetermine, as by the decree of fate; destine (used in the passive): a person who was fated to be the savior of the country.
1325–75; Middle English  < Latin fātum  utterance, decree of fate, destiny, orig. neuter of fātus,  past participle of fārī  to speak

fate, fete (see synonym note at the current entry ).

1.  karma, kismet; chance, luck. Fate, destiny, doom  refer to the idea of a fortune, usually adverse, that is predetermined and inescapable. The three words are frequently interchangeable. Fate  stresses the irrationality and impersonal character of events: It was Napoleon's fate to be exiled.  The word is often lightly used, however: It was my fate to meet her that very afternoon. Destiny  emphasizes the idea of an unalterable course of events, and is often used of a propitious fortune: It was his destiny to save his nation. Doom  especially applies to the final ending, always unhappy or terrible, brought about by destiny or fate: He met his doom bravely. 7.  foreordain, preordain.


 Now. Lets look at some of the specifics listed in that, such as "predetermined and inescapable".

I dont know about any of you who read this, but why would you want to have an inescapable, predetermined life? I personally would want to live a life that I choose, Not a life that is chosen for me. 
If I wished to live a life with something else controlling me, I would just go research a time machine, and go back in time and enter the slavery Era. No, not the American-African American Slavery Era. I mean even further back, when everyone, of any skin color, could be a slave. To have ones own life be controlled by someone else is nothing more than a nightmare in my eyes. I believe people should live freely, and live as they want.

I may add more to this rant in further blogs, so until then.