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If you were wise enough to see

through any delusion, then

wouldn't that make everyone

honest in your eyes?

Life is what you make of it.

The only person that can

change you . . is you.

Even the darkest of clouds

have a silver lining.

Truth is wisdom in its most

quintessential form.

An eye for an eye . . can make

the world look strange . . if no

one is to have any eyes.

Beauty is in the eye of the


Nothing is over until it's over.

Take all things with a grain of


No matter how different you

are, there will always be

someone who can relate to you.

Gens una sumus β€”

from Greek: "We are one people"

A. K. A.

DMC Master

This is so true:

What if you walked into the ACT one day and the testing staff said this?


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Well, Everybody, It's Been Fun · 9:42pm Aug 18th, 2013

It's been fun, guys, but I'm finally finished with FiM and all that that implies. Maybe it's sudden, and maybe it seems a little odd, but it really is time for me to move on. My purpose in life can never be fulfilled if all I ever do is lurk around the Internet. Having said that, this is--indeed--the end of the road for me.

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I am co-authoring the Outrageousfic "The Fragments of Ass" with Lalaz4.

The primary purpose is to make something completely, horribly, unforgivably bad, while still being funny as crap.

We'll try to put at least one entry out on every weekend. whenever we deem to do so.

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you have a group called friendship is magic, may i ask, what is the point of this group

I sent an angel to watch over you last night, but it came back and I asked,"why?"...​The angel said,"angels don't watch over angels!" Twenty angels are in your world. Ten of them are sleeping, nine of them are playing and one is reading this message. God has seen you struggling with some things and god says its over. A blessing is coming your way. If you believe in god send this to 14 friends including me, if I don't get it back I guess I'm not one of them. As soon as you get 5 replies, someone you love will quietly surprise you... Not joking. Pass this message on. Please don't ignore it. You are being tested and god is going to fix two big things tonight in your favor. If you believe in god drop everything and pass it on TOMORROW WILL BE THE BEST DAY OF YOUR LIFE. DON'T BREAK THIS. SEND THIS TO 14 FRIENDS IN 10 MINUTES IT'S NOT THAT HARD. WHOEVER SENT THIS TO YOU MUST CARE :pinkiehappy:

~Guess who's back~

Why aren't you faggots reading this goddamn story. Fucking niggers.

If you fags want to read it on this site you can by going here: The Fragments of Ass
If you want to read it on FanFiction.net then you can here: The Fragments of Ass

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Q: Can nothing exist?

A: In the simplest of terms --- no; it is literally impossible.
The proof for this is very simple: if nothing did, in fact, exist, then it would be a something, rather than nothing.

Q: Why does something exist, as opposed to nothing ever having existed?

A: The fact that this question exists is quite puzzling, so what does it really mean?

Wouldn't it be so much simpler for there to be a lack of events; pure nothingness?

In "theory," it might seem simpler, but the postulation of nothing existing is rendered moot by several concepts --- Newton's third law, and the self-evident fact that things do exist --- to name a few.

Thus, in a world where things exist, matters are inherently more complicated.

But, is that to say that the fact that things exist automatically insinuates that there is a higher meaning to things?

Perhaps, in the eyes of certain minds (such as my own).

Or perhaps, even deeper, if nothing did (at least at one time) exist, then that would mean that all things somehow came from that "nothing."

That would make "nothing" much more than just what it is thought to be --- it would be the embodiment of infinite potential, in that case.
But if that were the case, then how would such a myriad of universal laws have come to be, particularly the ones that dictate the creation and destruction of matter?

That's the dilemma, at least in this scenario, as it seems to be purely paradoxical --- why would there be laws preventing nothing from existing if all things could have potentially originated from nothing?

But, that's where things come to a halt --- the issue becomes hopelessly hemmed with paradox beyond this point.

Alas, there is no real answer.

That is as far as I will take it, but that doesn't mean that the discussion is over.

Q: What virtue is there in actually trying hard at anything?

A: A very good question (and one that's also quite relevant to many people), indeed.

The objective of doing anything is to know accomplishment, but to what degree said feeling of accomplishment is desired (and in what quantity, as well) largely determines how much work one is willing to put forth in doing something. To this end, what the goal actually is doesn't matter quite so much as the satisfaction that accompanies it.

So, under what circumstances would actual exertion of effort be plausible, as opposed to organized, structured placings of effort (as is common with musicians)?

Answering this requires that one analyze the goal-getting process.

For example, if a person is to be honest as to how often they do a certain amount of a given activity at a certain time, their answer is likely to be not very often at all, even if they do set aside time (regardless of how much) to do said activity.

Scheduling is, quite simply, always tentative.

Therefore, the only way to make satisfying these constant demands feasible is to live in an environment where there is imposed pressure to perform all the time.

If a person is to become accustomed to performing at their very best, then they must have reason to do so at most, if not all times.

It is for this very reason that almost all top musicians in the world double as a teacher, as well as a player, so as to keep the pressure on them at all times.

But, what if you're not exactly trying to be on your a-game all the time?

In that case, it all comes down to you.

Though the only way to truly push your own boundaries is to get used to pushing yourself every time you do whatever it is you're trying to do.

So, instead of making fickle schedules, just make a rough time-frame of where you can do something and just have at it.

Treat activity as something fun β€” not as something that has to be a trudge β€” this is essentially the only way that virtue for intensive activity can exist, in a way of sorts, because (if it is not so) failure in making it fun leads to the creation of a weak foundation, regardless of how attractive the edifice itself is.

You win some, you lose some.

And that's about it.