it only exists when i'm not looking at it.
or maybe it only exists when i'm looking directly at it.
i don't know. either way; sometimes it exists, sometimes it doesn't.
I like this description.
Originally Posted by Victor
If you build your personality from the outside, you end up like a crab with a hard outer shell - an exoskeleton. And if you want to grow you must first shed your outer shell otherwise it will strangle you.
But if you build from the inside, you end up like a leopard, lithe and strong. Your personality permeates your whole body and grows when you do.
The nicest thing I have found is to slowly express my inner self so that my inner self becomes my normal personality.
What can I say? When I express my inner self successfully in the outer world, I feel joy.
Great post. I don't feel my personality is a put on in anyway but it certainly has a thickened skin. Anyway, thanks for your thoughts. Really made me reflect.
My personality is a nightclub. On the inside, there is a wild party with hundreds of happy people drinking and dancing. But on the outside you only hear the beat and sometimes you see people going in and out. And of course there are many angry neighbours who say that the music should be turned down, because it's so loud they can't sleep. Oh, and there is absolutely no time for any serious stuff.
I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
- George W. Bush -
Smoke - an undefined, distorting shape that I can see but I'll never quite get a hold of. When I try, the particles dance and separate to form something new I haven't seen before, which leaves me back at square one trying to recognise something I can't understand.