1. Everybody stop your bitching about the new tumblr layout. If it pisses you off, leave. I bet 6 months from now you won’t even remember the old layout. And hell, you might even discover that you like this new layout.
2. I’m working 10:30 am to 4:30 pm tomorrow (ok technically today) FUUUUUUUU.
3. Weird stuff was happening at the zoo today. A wolf escaped its cage an hour before we got to the zoo and they had to shoot it, there was a rabbit in a monkey den and the monkies were chasing it around, and I saw a fish swimming around upside down like it was normal. The zoo itself wasn’t as magical as I remember it being but the conversations I had with my friends on the way to and from the zoo and at Olive Garden were the best. We’re so immature. xD
I’m at this point in my life where I constantly question everything and I find no answers. I guess I’ve felt like this for a long time now. At times I wondered if maybe it was just a phase, a part of being young, a time when I explore everything around me to find my answers. I have been exploring, and I feel like I’ve barely touched the surface. I enjoy learning. However, I’m finding that the more I learn, more and more questions are created. Some days its a wonderful thing, other days its fustrating.
I have no solid answer to where my faith is, what my morals are, and so on. Sometimes I find that its better to not have an answer so I can avoid getting in arguements with others or be forced to stand by what I believe. Other times I envy those who have a strong faith in something because it must bring them such ease and calmness when they are put into a stressful position.
I usually try to avoid talking about religion with anyone anymore. No one seems to be as interested in depth as much as I do. I hate the religious and non-religious people who think that there is simply a God or no God at all. I’m not sure why, but to me it feels like they are ignoring certain things by just making the issue black and white. I’m horrible at explaining these things.
I’m sure I’m not the only one who feels this way, but its hard to find people who feel the same. Thats why I keep it to myself. Part of me wants to find the answers and part of me wants it to always be a mystery.
“Why don’t I believe in God? No, no no, why do YOU believe in God? Surely the burden of proof is on the believer. You started all this. If I came up to you and said, “Why don’t you believe I can fly?” You’d say, “Why would I?” I’d reply, “Because it’s a matter of faith”. If I then said, “Prove I can’t fly. Prove I can’t fly see, see, you can’t prove it can you?” You’d probably either walk away, call security or throw me out of the window and shout, ‘’Fucking fly then you lunatic.”—Ricky Gervais (via aeloquence)
“There is a theory which states that if ever for any reason anyone discovers what exactly the Universe is for and why it is here it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another that states that this has already happened.”—Douglas Adams (via aeloquence)