Posts Tagged With: thoughts
To start with, this won’t be a play-by-play journal of all that I did at MFF. A lot of this will share what I felt during the con as it progressed and some highlights from the weekend. Of course, at the end, I will post a photo gallery of the pictures I took and what I got. Continue reading
It seems for the most part, I have many good traits, and those that just are what they are. However, like all people, there are some vices or bad traits that make up who I am – addictions, poor health traits, anything that could potentially damage me in the long run, etc. Based on my beliefs, this stems from original sin and that it’s in my nature as an imperfect human being. Of course, that’s why I need Christ in my life. While these negative qualities are few, they can quickly cancel out all the positive or unique qualities of myself if I’m not careful. Continue reading
This article contains topics of adult material. If you don’t like reading about such things, simply don’t read this post.
I wanted to write something on this blog in particular, but I couldn’t think of anything with substance. College has been busy, and I’ve been very tired lately. Things have been going slow a little in my brain. So, to scratch that writing itch, I decided to tackle one of the prompts from The Daily Post. Continue reading
After hearing about what has happened recently with one of my friends, it got me thinking about my singleness. All my life I’ve been single; I’ve never had a girlfriend (or boyfriend considering I’m questioning), and I’ve loathed that. There was always this small hint of jealousy whenever I see a couple on campus, or anywhere for that matter, and I’ve always thought, “Am I not good enough to have a relationship with someone? Is there anything wrong with me?” You know, the self-entitlement stuff. I’ve had crushes in the past, sure, and I have a crush on Ben, but those feelings are somewhat dwindling and I don’t think about him in that way much anymore. I think this is the first time I’m thankful for my singleness. Continue reading