Aristotle Quote of the Day

Friday, July 4, 2008

holidays, soulmates theory and what's for me?

today marks the end of the long holidays I'v had, without counting the upcoming weekends of course the relaxation of been able to read, write and swim whenever I want was fabulous, but as all things come to an end, this too shall and just as well, the things Jsr is starting is getting on my nerves, it's a step into the possible unknown, not sure if i'm ready for the changes after 15 years

walking home late night, reminded me of the nights that i stayed up to scribble and read just because it's so quiet, one thing's different, i can still see the blue skylight here and there

Saw Hancock, twas a pretty good movie, the story line was more than expected. sweet which reminded me of the following about souldmates:

Classical – Greek mythology – Originally humans were combined of four arms, four legs, and a single head made of two faces, but Zeus feared their power and split them all in half, condemning them to spending their lives searching for the other half to complete them. This theory was presented as a half-serious story by Aristophanes in Plato's Symposium, after all the participants at the Symposium ("drinking party") were charged to philosophize on the topic of love.

funny, i'v never read Plato's symposium, but this was used in a tv show quote... interesting theory, makes you think.

what's for me? truth is i think i'll run or suffocate with commitment maybe that's the reason

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