(Note 24 August 2015: I removed a lot of the text here. What little is left, is what I still agree with today.)
I used to do this every now and then when my writing was still done on a physical medium (some of which I plan to transfer here some day), and I decided to do it here, too. Each paragraph is a thought that I feel explains itself without needing to become a full post. I hope everybody who read this gets something good out of them.
Black metal fans seem to love artists who do what they want without thinking about what the fans want or expect, but when God does something that does not fit their desires, even if it ends up being for the best, they throw fits. Is anyone else seeing something wrong there? And no, it is not only because the music sounds good. The whole general attitude is highly praised.
People are so attached to material possessions, and they don't want to give them up. But whether you believe in an afterlife or not (that afterlife is still real! - August 2015), you know for a fact that you are going to lose those possessions one day. There will be a time when people are not going to have these material possessions. Life is going to be different, and people need to be prepared for that. Even if you don't just out and get rid of everything you own (as that can be a very long and tiring process, depending on how much people want your stuff), how prepared are you to get rid of it if the occasion arises? Are you prepared to do that?
Isn't it a bit funny how a lot of people don't take ramblings like this seriously, but they watch news stations religiously?
- NOCTURNAL IRIDESCENCE