Monthly Archives: February 2012

False nostalgia

A chance to propel a new imaginary childhood:

Induced by the lastest video by the ever so touching Memoryhouse

Roller coaster

pLeased, delighted, cOntent, contented, thrilled, glad, blessed, blest, sunny, cheerful, jolly, merry, ecstatic, gratified, jubilant, joyous, eLated, OVErjoyed, blissful, rapt, blithe, contented, blessed, blest, joyful, blissful

LOw, sad, depressed, sorry, grieVEd, unhappy, miserable, gloomy, discontented, sombre, forLOrn, displeased, mournful, despondent, sorrowful, joyless, down, low, blue, gLOomy, dismal, melancholic, sombre, glum, wistful, mournful, dejected, downcast, grief-stricken, tearful, LugubriOus, pensiVE, disconsoLate, dOleful, heaVy-hEarted, cheerless, lachrymose, woebegone

uneasy, conceRnEd, worried, JittEry, troubled, upset, Careful, wired, nervous, disTurbed, dIstressed, uncOmfortable, teNse, fearful, unsettled, restless, neurotic, agitated, taut, disquieted, apprehensive, edgy, watchful, perturbed, twitchy, overwrought, fretful, unquiet

And back to the start again.

Threesome

Body – Heart – Mind
Which one of these three
Will definitely win the fight?

Have a nice weekend.

Ongoing

Emotional ins and outs, ups and downs, aboves and beyonds, throughs and bys, withins and withouts, backwards and forwards, likes and unlikes never seem to make me learn a thing.

It’s ongoing

Random

One can never really assess the depth or the full consequences of having been a lonely child. If all ends well, at least three behaviors can be identified:

1. An adult with a richer inner world than a real life.
2. A person with an acute, self-based perception of others’ feelings.
3. One who sees proximity as a threat to one’s individuality.

These can be all present and intertwined, and procrastination is a common hint of the lonely-child syndrome.

 

That and an unshakeable taste for some time alone.

Box Of Feelings: Assignment #2

The time has come for us to deal with yet another heavy emotion: anger.

The purpose of this second assignment is to allow us feel the anger, and then try to get to a place where it will no longer take so much space. Hopefully.

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Assignment#2: Gather as much paper material as you can (books, sheets, letters, anything) and place it in the middle of an empty, mostly clean room. Then, tear as much paper apart as you can, while grunting/shouting and thinking angry thoughts.

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If you want to participate in the project, take a picture of whatever is left from your angry tearing and send it to idealistico.wordpress@gmail.com.

Match

1.

2.

3.

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a) We’ll never change the world, no.
b) After the night, when I wake up, I’ll see what tomorrow brings.
c) Is it amnesia mistaken for magic?