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I really want to mention again my "Think about it" Project. It is very dear to me and to Alligatorr and I want people to share their ideas. Details can be found here => putyourbravefaceon.deviantart.… & putyourbravefaceon.deviantart.… & solitude.24bps.com/thinkabouti… <= or in the submenus of my Journal, just a click away for you.
I am not sure if you are aware of this, but the new movie of Peter Joseph and of the genius Jacques Fresco entitled "Zeitgeist: Moving Forward" appeared on the 15th of January. With 315 theatrical Venues in 60 countries; in 30 Languages, the unprecedented, record breaking, non-profit "Zeitgeist: Moving Forward"
worldwide release has begun. I and my love, Alligatorr, waited for this for a long time, so, of course, on Saturday we went there full of enthusiasm and curiosity. It was a touching movie, as always, full of hope and the eagerness for the better. It was a surprise to see all of those people there. I never thought that so many would be open-minded for such ideas and would even think about the possibility of paying attention to the most important and useful Project that we have in the present. I actually even asked an elderly woman who sat right next to me the entire time if she liked it and she replied to my surprise, with a big smile on her face: "Obviously. I liked it very much." So, we can change this world, one step at a time, folks! If the old people can comprehend and support this, the chances to succeed are even greater for us, the new generation.
- For those of you who might be interested in seeing it, you can locate a Screening in your area by following this link: zeitgeistmovingforward.com/zma… .
- For those of you who don't know anything about this unique Movement, here's a teaser for it: What is The Zeitgeist Movement? Started in late 2008, The Zeitgeist Movement exists as the communication and "Activist Arm" of an organization called The Venus Project. The Venus Project was started many decades ago by Social/Industrial Designer Jacque Fresco and his life's work has been to address and overcome the lack of sustainability existing currently across the world and work to incorporate new methods and values before it is too late. The basic pursuit of The Movement is to begin a transition into a new, sustainable social design called a Resource-Based Economy. This term was first coined by Jacque Fresco of the Venus Project and refers to an economic structure based exclusively on strategic resource management as the starting point for all decisions. For more information, go here: thezeitgeistmovement.com/ .
Last night, I, Alligatorr and my dad spent some time listening to old music, talking about his youth, spending priceless time together and enjoying our beautiful life as a family. Do you still do that? Spend time with your parents and actually enjoy it? Because for me it will never change.
At the bottom of my Journal I have put together a list of what TV Shows I'm currently watching. As you can see, gppr, it is quite a large number.
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He trailed off slowly, "And my bones are achin'."
The air around me hung low and depressed,
Sticking to the back of my throat like a stormy syrup
I'd tried to swallow down.
I peered out the kitchen window
And caught an inklet of patched-over-grey sky;
I wondered what was in store for the day.
Impartial to the gloom outside, we stepped out onto the back porch;
Grandpa wobbled out with his cane in hand and we waited.
In the hushed stillness the trees traded birds
Robins, swallows, whippoorwills, and cardinals.
If you squinted hard enough at the sullen shrubbery,
You could spot the caterpillar creeping to the underside of the leaf.
That's when I looked at Grandpa,
And saw through his eyes nature receding
At his prescience of a storm.
"Grandpa, how do you always know?"
He chuckled and simply said: "The world tells me."
It was left at that, but years later I have found
That the world is only as old as the person to whom you speak.
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And a few others.
Hall of Fame (60 - May 2020)
Hall of Fame (59 - April 2020)
Hall of Fame (58 - March 2020)
The animals from Ioana's Ark need help! (DONE)
The favourite from you always works. I told you: you just have to click on F5 to refresh the page in order to see the updated number on that specific page.
I have a very good relationship with my parents. Unfortunately we live far away, but I always loved spending time with them. I would like to be closer to them very much.
Oh my, that's a list. I was watching Merlin not so long ago, but for some reason or another I started missed episodes and got to the point where I had missed too many. Very cool series, it seemed. Merlin and Arthur were sort of adorable.
And I have always been intrigued by SG. I watched several episodes from the original series, but again, life got in the way of me watching regularly. It would be nice to watch a sci-fi series again. I also read several of Terry Goodkind's book that inspired the Legend of the Seeker. It was riveting, if a little too dark at times (). I am very curious about the changes. (BTW, the actress that played my favorite character on Star Trek Enterprise plays a character in Legend of the Seeker too, but a minor one )
Yeap. Merlin is interesting. I like to see TV Shows like that, which capture you in a medieval world and remind you that it's not all about technology and about malls.
Hm ... I recommend you to watch Stargate Universe. It is a very interesting Sci-Fi TV show. I think you would enjoy it.
P.S. It is always lovely to read the books before you see a movie or a TV show. Your imagination always creates a very different world and rather unique characters than the ones from the film. And you go saying: Oh ... I imagined it more beautiful than this and more complex, but that should do, I guess. A good example of this is The Lord Of the Rings.