Saturday, May 30, 2009

Over the quarter milestone

Yes, I used to be a dreamer, a great Dreamer. My fantasy had reached out so far, far beyond the horizont, and yes, I imagined great things, I saw big dreams, I visioned a grand plan, I designed my own destiny, and now that the planning and testing are over, now that the strategy has been set, and I clearly see the path, I have a purpose and I'm focused on that only one purpose, so now that the masterplan* is prepared it's time to stop dreaming and become a man who makes dreams come true.

I want to be the Man who
The Dreamer had become the Believer, now that's the moment when the Believer is becoming the Warrior. Though his spiritual journey is far not over yet - quite the contrary, it has just begun! While the Believer fights with the word, the Warrior fights with the sword.** And when the Warrior gains victory in the battle he becomes the Conqueror by defeating his fears and limits, as a matter of fact, the biggest enemies he's ever had. But only those who know the best how to destroy can know the best how to build - that's the law of Nature: light and shadow, good and evil, creation and demolition, life and death etc. walk hand in hand. The bottomline is not to be one or the other, it is to find the Balance. This enables him to create Beauty which is not just unique, special, extraordinary, but it is also sturdy, permanent, evergreen. So one day the Conqueror becomes the Creator and once his masterpiece is done, at the end, by his old days he will be the Protector: the One who protects all what he has ever dreamed about, believed in, fought for, governed and created.

But that's gonna be a very long journey. The longest journey of your life. Godspeed!

* Of course, the nature of things is that they never go according to plan - but without a plan they wouldn't go at all. It's a catch 22 you have to accept.

** How interesting linguistic coincidence that there is only one letter difference between the 'word' and the 'sword'. I should look up the etymology of these words.

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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

My iPhone wallpaper

Lovely, isn't she?

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Sunday, May 24, 2009

Sentimiento del momento

How exciting skill the knowledge of lipreading can be!?

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Quote of my life

Non progredi est regredi.

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Top 10 most irritating phrases in English

10. It's not rocket science
9. 24/7
8. Shouldn't of
7. It's a nightmare
6. Absolutely
5. With all due respect
4. At this moment in time
3. I personally
2. Fairly unique
1. At the end of the day

Make your mark

A dazzling TV ad from Mazda. Definitely remarkable.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Sentimiento del momento

Recently I hate tomorrows so much.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

The Saga begins

lyrics by me

Title: Siberia
Composer: Graeme Revell
Album: Tomb Raider Original Motion Picture Score
Release year: 2001

It happened thousands of years ago

in the distant Syberia
where one day
a man
made a decision
to follow his dream
of finding the way out of the cruel life
from the godforsaken land of eternal snow and ice
leading to an earthly paradise.

He didn't know where it was.
But he knew it existed.

So he started on an odyssey
exploring the big unknown
following only one direction:

His heart was his compass.

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

A dream has come true

The angelic snow-white iPhone.
Now it's my Precious.

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Monday, May 4, 2009

Tarantino Forever! :D

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Photo of the week

Quote of the week

(click on the image if you can't recognize the quoted person)

I am not afraid of death, I just don't want to be there when it happens.

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Rhetorical questions of Life

I was wondering when passengers on bus open the window to get fresh cool air whether they realize that actually they won't even feel a breath of breeze if they open the window above their head but the draught will blow right into the face of other passengers two seats behind them?

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Nokia Morph

A melodious soundtrack in an amazing video about the concept of new generation mobile devices using environment friendly and sustainable nanotechnology brought by Nokia.

The future is near.

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Friday, May 1, 2009

Taste a little "Happiness"

Back to the roots :D

"Pemberton called for five ounces of coca leaf per gallon of syrup, a significant dose; [...] Coca-Cola did once contain an estimated nine milligrams of cocaine per glass, but in 1903 it was removed. Coca-Cola still contains coca flavoring."