Friday, February 26, 2010
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
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Monday, February 22, 2010
Sunday, February 21, 2010
Saturday, February 20, 2010
My though and philosophy for 2 day = when you day dream I'm guessing that you daydream about being on holiday swimming in a lovely sea, being on a fantastic beach, sipping sangria being waited on by hand and foot by waiters and waitresses etc. But when ya actually there on holiday, on the beach and you day dream what are you day dreaming about? (Makes ya think doesn't it. :-).)
Friday, February 19, 2010
Thursday, February 18, 2010
After reading a book on social culture in drugs a few weeks back I came up with this theory. E.g. The idea on explaining. Religious stories about someone going somewhere on a mission only 2 find when they come back to tell the story of where they have been(an amazing conquest with dragons, high seas etc) and it always sounds over exaggerated, it could be a bible story of monsters and parables when all along it was a fungus leave ing airbourne hallucegenics into the air we breathe. Good idea lol p.s. more realistic than the three plagues etc.
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
The book I'm reading at the moment is written in blood by beverley macdonald (its a nice easy read about history with cartoons too lol) and I have to say I read a certain section today which has really made me think. = In the middle of the 20th century a pschologist named abraham maslow proposed that a 'hierchy of needs' also motivates an indiviuals behaviour. The 1st is food an water, a hungry or thirsty person will think of nothing more. They're not particulary intrested in the stock market, or maybe even being nice to other people. But having satisfied the first need people start thinking about the second need - shelter, a cave or a roof over their heads. People search for security. Having achieved a food supply and somewhere to live, their minds turn to the third need- love and a sense of belonging. Humans are social animals; they need to be with other people. Solitary confindment has always been (dunno mind - a nice bit of peace lol) regarded as a particularly cruel and drastic form of punishment. People need each other. We need to feel loved, we need a family and a community. The 4th need is esteem - not only do we want to belong to a family or a community, but also we need to be liked and respected. Maslow also suggesteda 5th need, self- actualisation - the need to understand the world , to create or to solve problems just for the fun of it. Maslows hierarchy of needs helps explain both altruistic behaviour and barbaric behaviour in some situations. :-) I thought this was most impressive :-)
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Monday, February 15, 2010
Sunday, February 14, 2010
Lovely knolly strolly, on da valentines day.
Location : 13 Clydach Ave, Resolven, Neath Port Talbot SA11 4,
Friday, February 12, 2010
Had an amazing evolving conversation lunch time with chris and matthew, I started it off with what would you do if you could stop time, it twas really good we were getting right into it, coming up with different idea etc, brainstorming. Lol. I'm thinking to myself is this what film buffs and writers do sometimes all get into a group drink coffee and brainstorm. Wow imagine doing that as a job lol
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Ive spent much of the weekend with my kids, they slept over so, the highlight of it all must have been the brief walk 2 da mumbles swansea, with sarah and her kids. They were well knackered, its funny to hear kids moaning about theyre little legs then forgetting it all when they are ingroced in a game of touch or playing on climbing frames lol.
Which makes me the think about consciousness, all people tend to feel pain or otherwise when they are not ingroced in something like a hobby, working, talking or having fun. So i would say the secret to staying well happy is to have fun and and warp u r consiouness into what ever u like doing untill u r told to do something u dont want to do. suppose u have to then bite the rusk of life and just do it, and think of the wonderfull results and achievements from learning :-).