the harder it is to get something done. In this case, there is such a thing as “too much,” as you have to find the delicate balance between remaining conscious of your efforts without flooding your mind with distracting thoughts that hamper your focus.
This applies to all aspects of life, from the spiritual, to the philosophical, the physical, and especially the psychological.
Keep it simple, but be aware of your actions. Think, but don’t think too hard.
Bullshit, it’s all perception. ”Objective” doesn’t exist.
Or does it?
I feel that does indeed “exist,” although only in the realm of quantum theory, string theory, and everything else concerning particle physics, in other words only in mathematics—we, in a humanistic sense, can’t “see” or “feel” it.
Pain, sight, touch, smell, taste, and hearing—it’s all relative perception, varying from one person to the next, and, in reality, a human construct. Pain, sight, touch, smell, taste, and hearing don’t actually exist, but instead are invented by the human mind.
In other words, everything you see, touch, smell, taste, and hear, is a lie. LOL. Okay, not really, but you get what I mean… right?
you’re showering, and you hear a low, yet harmonious-sounding humming sound over the dripping water in the shower. The sound persists and exhibits a tendency of rhythm, and so you figure that it’s just someone singing in another shower stall.
You finish showering, turn off the water, and realize it’s the sound of someone else’s farts while pooping.
We learned a piece to Moves Like Jagger today @ our first Samahang Modern workshop of the year. Choreographed by our very own JSabs (Jurtno), the piece ended up being fuuuuuuun, like omg. So much groove!
discussion for Math 32B. Considering we haven’t even had our first lecture yet, that discussion was pretty damn productive. The TA reviewed a bunch of integration techniques from previous classes, making me realize how much I really missed doing math.
These guys were one of the “unknown” acts that performed at UCLA’s Bruin Bash this year. With that said, these guys fucking killed it. The lyrics are killer, the beat always good, and they perform everything live with a full band—no overproduced backing track bullshit. And the lead singer/rapper isn’t growling to the mic either; it’s clean, audible, and simply enjoyable.
Unknown right now? Maybe. These guys have what it takes to make it big, tho.
Man, I forgot how it feels to practice with these guys.
On a sidenote, for any followers at UCLA, we’re performing at the Pilipino Welcome Reception in Ackermann, from 3:30-8:00pm on Thursday, but our performance is sometime in the evening. Come check us out! :D