Wikipedia says that one of these may result from any one (or several) of these:
- The sense of being alone and isolated in the world;
- A new-found grasp or appreciation of one's mortality;
- Believing that one's life has no purpose or external meaning;
- Awareness of one's freedom and the consequences of accepting or rejecting that freedom;
- An extremely pleasurable or hurtful experience that leaves one seeking meaning;
Not really sure which one I better fit into. But it's on.
Sunday, April 15, 2012
Saturday, March 10, 2012
I'm baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack! Even though I've been particularly busy this semester (classes, orchestra, family stuff, etc.), I've somehow managed to spare some time for music transcription. 2010 America Got Talent's Lindsey Stirling has recently come up with many fun songs to practice (and to dance to!), my favorites being the latest 'Crystallize' (which I refuse to consider dubstep), the dynamic 'Transcendence', and the upbeat and fun song 'Electric Daisy Violin'. You can buy the official music (both audio and sheet music) off her website, at http://lindseystirlingviolin.com/category/store/
Thursday, May 05, 2011
Wednesday, May 04, 2011
So I was casually eating nutella the naturalist way, when my boyfriend told me I should spread it on bread along with jif and make myself a peanut butter and nutella sandwich. The idea was so avant-garde and so tempting, that I did not hesitate in preparing it: I cut two slices of bread, spread the top half with nutella and the bottom half with peanut butter... not only that, but I then proceeded to put peanuts between both slices to add my own personal touch to this masterpiece. I warmed it up a bit, and after two minutes of eager anticipation, I finally tried it and words fail me to describe what was going on inside my mouth while I was devouring it.
Needless to say, I'll be making another one tomorrow, and the day after, and so on until I run out of ingredients ^-^. Definitely one of the highlights of the day! Cheers :D
Btw: Also try adding sunflower kernels... mm mmm.
Tuesday, May 03, 2011
Sunday, May 01, 2011
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
Here are a couple of songs by the awesome (and in my opinion, highly-underrated) American rock band, The Bravery.
Very creative video, sad lyrics.
One of my favorite songs from The Bravery to date. Love the drums, vocals, strings. The lyrics are a bit depressing and also kinda deep, but the overall upbeat rhythm keeps one from getting too emotional.
I find this one to be the most dynamic; the drums, bass and guitars complement each other neatly. It's also my favorite from the band, and --interestingly enough-- it's the "highest charting modern rock single" for the Bravery.