Sunday, September 28, 2014

September 28 yeah

"If we are crazy, then it is because we refuse to be crazy in the same way that the world has gone crazy.’ What’s crazy is a matter of perspective. After all, what is crazier: one person owning the same amount of money as the combined economies of twenty-three countries or suggesting that if we shared, there would be enough for everyone? What is crazier: spending billions of dollars on a defense shield, or suggesting that we share our billions of dollars so we don’t need a defense shield? What is crazier: maintaining arms contracts with 154 countries while asking the world to disarm its weapons of mass destruction, or suggesting that we lead the world in disarmament by refusing to deal weapons with over half of the world and by emptying the world’s largest stockpile here at home?" 

Quoting The Irresistible Revolution again. I like this book so much. Like it so much that I know when I apply the stuff it says into my life I'd get in danger or something. Probably because it's been inspired by God and the Bible. 

So I'm wondering… if I really would get in trouble because of totally living out God and the Bible, why am I sitting in front of my laptop in my comfy, safe bedroom without much care of anything else besides staying comfy and safe? I must be doing something wrong then… Jesus, help me out.

You are Will Poulter and Thomas Sangster, while I am Dylan O'Brien, of whom you are slowly noticing signs of failure to rest this case and unnecessary randomness

Or simply,

HAH I didn't really type much on the matter I stated up there^ after the quote. I have reasons doe.

Currently have 12 unposted drafts, I am going to Pokhara with my family for five days (preferably with minimised Internet usage), and there are only 17 days until I return to my homeland. Plus I'm supposed to be sleeping now,  to wake up at 5:45 AM, and Mom says because I am still young, I should not stay up until midnight as that only ever begins when people are in college. Dratted habit. To be honest, my time management is actually messed up. So if you'll excuse me for now and for not writing in a freaking long time, I'll pull the sheets over and give up my brain to 40% random things, 12% headcanoning about my secret fantasies, 10% planning for the next day, and 8% God and actually important things, and it will take me approximately 30 minutes to sleep bye 

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Art dump

Amidst the two drafts I keep on telling myself to finish writing, I've decided to compensate for myself in posting these art stuffs I've done in the absence of blog-posting. So yeah, enjoyyyyy!!

Another Bartholomew Kettle doodle, for a The Peculiar sort-of field guide. The pencil was awesome haha
Stefan notice me senpai T_T

A pop-up thing for an English project on prepositions. Like, now, the sparrow flaps its wings above the Red Ford. It's got a piece of sting attached to it, so you can move it all around the pop-up to make different sorts of prepositions! Great help for visual writers lol :D

A book cover I made for my one-shots and stuff on separate Wattpad account @chaos_theory.  Cover girls are my sister Abbie, and Filipino-German friend, Johanna Dembinski. I don't know about you, but I think this cover is cool xD You can read the book here ;)

Yaaaaaayyy thank God for these artistic hands, a super-creative bunch of parents, and influences all around!! Now I'm gonna try to fix my room and find out how I'm gonna untangle myself from the happenings of The Maze Runner, which messed up my head and which I'm trying to write a review on, and how I'm gonna find someone to watch it with for another time around. Will you volunteer?

Thursday, September 4, 2014

The Gardens of Sampson and Beasley

Few stuffs that have been going through my head since the last last post.

(By the way, this came from my updated bio page on my other blog, for posting my School essays, please be a darling and check it out :3):
I’m a Jesus freak but sometimes I fail to show it.
Growing up in a Christian family, I made my own decision to follow Jesus when I was old enough to understand, and with the loving assistance of my parents and my church, I continued the journey with Jesus for the rest of my life. He has been the best thing that's ever happened to me, the sole reason of why I live and the oil that makes the creaky cogs and gears of my frail humanity go on.
And as a Christian, I am also burdened with glorious purpose to share this love that He freely gave to me and absolutely everyone when He died on that cross, and the hope and victory of when He rose again. 
But a quote from "The Irresistible Revolution" says some Christians just continue to live their life and sprinkle a little Jesus along the way. I'm gonna be honest with you, that's 45% me. I don't know if that is gonna change soon, or if I'll totally let Jesus shine through me, a broken and prone-to-failure human, and be my life 100%. Whatever happens, I pray Jesus to build His kingdom here, and through me, and may He give us the courage.

Be careful when you fight the monsters, lest you become one. Nietzsche

"I do not know what I may appear to the world, but to myself I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the seashore, and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me." Sir Isaac Newton



Monday, September 1, 2014

Don't wake me up when September ends. I'll be partying every single day

The first of September that I don't celebrate. My passionately favourite month of the year. Life is behaving too much of a quick blur now, and I'm trying as hard as I can to keep up. Ergo, I'm not gonna honour this month tonight. So instead, either look at my post of last year's September or these pictures unrelated to September…

Based on How To Train Your Dragon book 8, it was for my 1st quarter portfolio 

quote to Pancho Dizon

Preparing for sinigang (EYYY MISHA)

Charged 25 rupees to Dad for this one, and he gave it along with a cake to a restaurant owner friend. Unfortunately, the friend wasn't there when we delivered the cake so I don't know how well my card was received.
Merry Christmas ;)