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"Just living is not enough", said the butterfly, "one must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower."
— Hans Christian Andersen.

There's pills for heartache, there's pills to fall in love too.

"You think I'm just a doll. A doll that's pink and light. A doll you can arrange any way you like. You're wrong. Very wrong. What you think of me is only a ghost of time. I am dangerous. And I will show you just how dark I can be."

— Harley Quinn


Is destiny by any chance related to density?


Density is often described in scientific terms as the mass per unit volume of any substance.
It is often measurable by some sort of instrument to have a precise value.

Destiny, on the other hand, is often explained with philosophical concepts as a predestined outcome that is controlled by the power of fateotherwise referred to as a devised plan of divinity.
 No other explanation is needed for this.


In other words, "surprise surprise"or is this ironic statement predestined even before it was typed out?is the best phrase to be exclaimed as the invalidity of the question is highlighted due to the self-perception of each individual.

For those great believers of destiny, you are right about destiny. Because it has been predestined for you to believe in destiny.

For those great believers of other things, you are also right about destiny. Because it has been predestined for you to shun the concept of destiny.

 For those great believers of nothing, yet again you are definitely right about destiny. Because it has been predestined for you to be sitting so comfortably on the fence.


Nietzsche said in "Why I Am So Clever"
from section 10 of Ecce Homo,

"My formula for greatness in a human being is amor fati: that one wants nothing to be different, not forward, not backward, not in all eternity. Not merely bear what is necessary, still less conceal itall idealism is mendacity in the face of what is necessarybut love it."

 If everything is predestined, would you have met me and chosen to stay?

If everything is predestined, would I have any say in whether you choose to stay in my life?

Invalid questions!
The absurdity of how I can still ask such questions after self-proclaiming to be a Nietzsche fan amongst the rest of the ignorant readers of his works.

Invalid statement, as well!
Was I predestined to be a Nietzsche fan, or do I just happen to enjoy some of his works while enjoying many other works by various philosophers and psychologists?


This then brings about the ideation of self-actualisation in relation to Abraham Maslow, yet another familiar name from the psychology textbooks I have studied over my Diploma, Bachelor's degree, and even until my Master's degree. If you're studying psychology, you are legitimately fated to come across Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs over and over, as if it was somehow predestined from the past.

Associating self-actualisation with the indicated self-acceptance of fate, there is no longer a need nor a desire for the thoughts of "what if"s. Translating that to layman terms, it's more about "Who cares? As long as I am happy!" 

And that statement is terribly deadly, for you can imagine the amount of consequences which the nonchalance and complacence would carry.

 So what next? Yet again, one of my favourite questions I enjoy torturing myself with on a daily basis upon re-watchingthe three seasons for three flipping timesmy favourite television series, Bojack Horseman.


 Well, what next?

I suppose the only way is to follow my blog, subscribe to it through google and via email, in order to get updates as soon as I write another post. This could happen within the next two days while I self-promote my blog like any other blogger or author of any online website that has a prestige to domain name purchased because it resembles their identified names.

But on a serious note, I don't know what's next, do you?

Only destiny knows, and density has nothing to do with it.
Oh! Unless destiny can be classified as a substance, let me think about it and maybe get back to you next timeotherwise emphasised in bold, italics, and underline as never.


Imagine our children,
how fucked would they be?
Mommy's a psycho,
Daddy lives in a dream.

Don't take this the wrong way.

I told you I'm sorry,
couldn't thank you enough.
I thought that I loved you but
we weren't in love.


Once again, I'm back at the movie I never ever get sick of.
Cheers to you all with a beer and the good feels from this one quote from the film I'd like to share:

"If Tom had learned anything... it was that you can't ascribe great cosmic significance to a simple earthly even. Coincidence, that's all anything ever is, nothing more than coincidence. Tom had finally learned, there are no miracles. There's no such thing as fate, nothing is meant to be. He knew, he was sure of it now."



But I won't be taking them. 
Hell no, I won't be a statue.
But if you take a picture, 
I will stand there and smile.
Because I want to,
I'll have my ups and downs.


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