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  • 99 weeks
    Atychiphobia, it's driven my life

    Oh man... maybe this isn't the best place for this but anywhere else and my family will find it. It's not a major issue, it's minor compared to what others feel and go through but I need to say it, write, get it off my chest in some way. Feel free to just scroll past, I just needed to write this out, for myself.

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  • 106 weeks
    So, this is it

    The shows coming to an end (It hasn't yet right?) and well, I don't want to just not say anything about that. I wanted to put my voice out there, talk about the impact this had on me.

    Did we make a difference? - Chapter 3, Me

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  • 111 weeks
    Chaos and Harmony

    Alright, this is out of place but don't worry about that I just wanted to say this and have someone see it.

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  • 128 weeks
    Logging out (For the most part)

    I have decided that I need to step away from MLP for the next while, mostly writing as I feel kind of constricted, doesn't help that all but 2 of things I wrote are MLP and I need to broaden my horizons a little, I'd also like to venture into new fandoms

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Chaos and Harmony · 1:25am Sep 8th, 2019

Alright, this is out of place but don't worry about that I just wanted to say this and have someone see it.

Harmony does not include chaos. Despite what people will tell you, chaos is a lack of balance, harmony is perfect balance (Incidentally, perfect harmony isn't really a thing either, interestingly organized chaos can't either, that one's a paradox) The two are opposites, literally, on a scale. A perfect world includes chaos, a harmonic world does not. (Equis is a perfect world, or as near as one can get)

You can't lack balance while having perfect balance, that's a paradox. An example that seems confusing is an orchestra, and to be fair it can go either way, one that lacks experience is sometimes chaotic while an experienced one is at worse offbeat.

weather is chaotic, the streets of a city? A weird harmony that looks chaotic without context. Chaos and harmony can co-exist, but at that point what you have is neither, it's a balance, the middle ground.

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