Like a medicine long forgotten, WordPress tastes weird but strong, and it cures what ails me.
How have you all been? I see that my friends have stayed vigilant in writing, in sharing, in inspiring. I’ve been good myself, riding a wave that tosses me this way and that most days but never bores me.
I haven’t stopped writing because I haven’t stopped breathing. The novel in my mind trickles down to my fingertips, and it feels good to let it spill onto my keyboard.
However, I have been delving more and more into streaming and YouTube content creation. I’ve been focusing more on videogames, but I do long to come back to my roots and simply share ideas with my wonderful fellow bloggers. 🙂
Another 100 or Less to rub your eyes for a minute or two. This week’s theme is Plastic.
Share your own creation in the comments below, and remember: 100 words or less and not a letter more!
It’s okay, darling.
The only reason why the world chews you up is because you’re so sweet.
I know, I know.
It’s unfair when so many bitter and plastic people deserve to feel the crush and grind, but it’s okay. Because you’ll find them, darling, the ones who escaped and dribbled down the lips of the world, and you’ll scoop them up and push them deeper and deeper until the weight comes down.
And when the world tries to eat you again, it’ll taste only the Black Milk, and the pungency will cause a gulp and a heave and a—
There’s a bunch of stuff, some big, some small.There’s people and animals and buildings and cars and flowers and everything in between. How children make sense of the world always fascinates me.
No two children seem to understand how life works in quite the same way.
Take Luiz Antonio for instance:
He’s developed the worldview that animals are to be taken care of by us, human beings. It’s such a simple yet profound idea. I bet if you asked Luiz why we are the ones who need to take care of them, you’d hear some pretty unique beliefs.
Sometimes we take for granted why we behave a certain way, what significance or purpose the things around us serve, and how we came to believe what we do.
I may not give up eating animals after watching the video above, but at the very least, I’ll ask a few more “why” questions