Tuesday, January 23


At that very moment
All things matter not
Shimmers only dreams

Trying to figure out
What all these means
As such is Reality drought

Yet as life calls
The rain once again falls
Washing away all demise

It matter then naught
For there’s always sunrise
There’s always sunrise


I believe everything is valued by perspectives and as such, the view taken would either break or make you.

Perspectives sometimes are colorized, black and white or the infamous grey tones. The hardest part is picking the right one for each canvas of life that requires your constant interpretation.

Yet, things are always not as simple; where each interpretation sometimes is subdivided to even more layers where each requires its own respective perspective.

Or some situations are perspective rebels; never wanting to conform to be being sized up whilst any attempts at doing so would result in much retaliation.

Finally, the scariest part of such selective P.O.Vs is its entrapment abilities sparked by inappropriate and ill fitting ones which confines you to that single reality that suddenly defines everything for the worse.

As such, this solid paradigm shift away from a recent Perspective has been liberating. In short, one could breathe again and the humour resides in understanding what was the fuss all about at origin.

On a side note:

1) Some Answers are found when the Questions stop. No?

2) First violin class tomorrow! *And so starts the epic screeching of horse hair against string*

3) FF12 is addictive like F.A. Cookies

8 Eye Balls:

ashkenne said...

Violin classes!

Haha. I don't need to take violin classes to learn how to play! Wheeeee.

Lols =p

Have lotsa fun!!

tsuen (",)v said...

ray check this guy out


tsuen (",)v said...

he's playing with his eyes closed!

God he makes the ukelele sound so sexy
never knew the uke was capable of more than a *plunk**plunk* kinda sound


ok il stop bombarding you with videos and no im not obsessed and yes i am monologue-ing if thats even a word. did you miss me? hahaha

Jason Phoon said...

I used to be anti-mass perspective, meaning that I go against the grain just for the sake of being rebellious.

That's just silly.

I'm currently learning to adopt a point of view in life that's really my own, not reactionary. That's actually pretty hard.

beanneus said...

All the best for ur violin classes!! =] hahhaha.. next time u'll have to teach me alreayd =)

yellow_monsta said...

Jo: Whee!

Eh, you can play violin too?!

Tsuen: Omg... wat are u doing looking at ukeleles being played oh so sexily?!

*plunk plunk* sound?!! hehehe

Haha, i miss your blog posts actaully.. haha

yellow_monsta said...

Jason Phoon: I know exactly what you mean..

I guess we still like to rebel, but it just got more sophisticated?

But ya, it's hard not to be reactionary to circumstances. Heh.

Sue Ann: Hahaha, can cans.. In exchange with your bf to teach me piano.. hehe

revel in me said...

Ahaha! Violin lessons! Teach me after that aight! :P

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