The Sky’s today look like Vanilla Ice Cream! I love vanilla sky’s!
"The chef prepares a special menu for your delight, oh my Tonight you fly so high up in the vanilla sky Unbearable or great You gotta love every hour, you must appreciate This is your time This is your day You’ve got it all Don’t blow it away
The chef prepares a special menu for your delight, oh my Tonight you fly so high up in the vanilla sky Melted tinbeads cast your fortune in a glass of wine Snail or fish, balloon or dolphin, see yourself shine
This is your time This is your day You’ve got it all Don’t blow it away
The chef prepares a special menu for your delight, oh my Tonight you fly so high up in the vanilla sky In the vanilla, in the vanilla, in the vanilla sky In the vanilla, in the vanilla, in the vanilla sky
Thanks for the follow. Great blog! Great photography! I can't wait to read more and learning about you. Take care.
Thank you! I am REALLY enjoying your writings and photography as well! You have some wonderful thoughts! Thanks for following back! I look forward to seeing more of your work! And CONGRATS on your first “Tumblversary”! I’m on month 2! Looking forward to seeing where this year takes me! ;-)
Pessimism, from the Latin pessimus (worst), is a state of mind in which one perceives life negatively. Value judgments may vary dramatically between individuals, even when judgments of fact are undisputed. The most common example of this phenomenon is the “(Is the glass half empty or half full?)” situation. The degree in which situations like these are evaluated as something good or something bad can be described in terms of one’s (optimism) or pessimism respectively. Throughout history, the pessimistic disposition has had effects on all major areas of thinking.
Philosophical pessimism is the similar but not identical idea that life has a negative value, or that this world is as bad as it could possibly be. It has also been noted by many philosophers that pessimism is not a disposition as the term commonly connotes. Instead, it is a cogent philosophy that directly challenges the notion of progress and what may be considered the faith-based claims of optimism.
The study of pessimism has parallels with the study of depression. Psychologists trace pessimistic attitudes to emotional pain or even biology. Pessimism is sometimes understood to be a self fulfilling prophecy; that if an individual feels that something is bad, it is more likely to get worse.
Nietzsche believed that the ancient Greeks created tragedy as a result of their pessimism. “Is pessimism necessarily a sign of decline, decay, degeneration, weary and weak instincts … Is there a pessimism of strength? An intellectual predilection for the hard, gruesome, evil, problematic aspect of existence, prompted by well-being, by overflowing health, by the fullness of existence?”