"From the darkness, sleeping light." Formerly luminus dormiens. Lux pacis, light of peace.

Quote: "Sometimes I think the surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." --Bill Watterson, cartoonist, Calvin and Hobbes


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Part 2 of 2

The sun is currently refusing to obey me today. And so, we have cold weather, very cloudy. Of course, I will admit that the yellow disc did show up in the afternoon, but then went hide and seek again. How like a child! Childish in mischieviousness, and childlike in innocence. Never mind the fact that the sun is, by scientific account, 15,000,000,000 years older than me, give or take 19. Of course, the Christian calendar says different and should not be discounted. There may be some importance in Christianity, or other religions like Hinduism, Buddhism (an Hindu offshoot), Islam, and multitudes in that they are early written or oral account, which may give slight hints to the possible beginning of human civilization, which in itself is an edifying achievement for our humble Earth.

The best and most notable thing people can say about myself is that I am bored. The interesting thing that I did today was avoid all uses of pronouns in referring to the sun. I did not call the sun a he, she, or it, for neither of these pronouns fit the fact that the sun cannot be classified as a man, a woman, or a thing. Not a thing because a thing is rude to the sun that provides the basis for our culminating existence after oh, so many years.

Damn, I must fix the archives. I don't know how to make it work so that people can look through my old files, find something of interest, and perhaps link to them. I'm sorry for those who are reading this right now and are probably getting turned off by yours truly who have neglected to follow the fundamental laws of web logging, which I must say is by itself, as everybody knows, a misnomer. So anyway, I have committed cardinal sins after sins. I am to repent.

Now, what relevance does this have to my previous post? after all, it seems to lack relation and dismerit the subheading titling it the 2nd part of two consecutive posts. I can't say I know what I am talking about now.

This is who I am, right? I think sometimes I write like others do and so, I am not different but the same. It is the sameness that disqualifies me from getting this post to popularity.

I know, I know. I used some vague statements trying to sound interesting but never quite reaching the passage of epic achievements and complete originality. Where am I taking you?

I've finished my Chemistry and my Math exams on Monday and Wednesday (today), respectively. Now tomorrow is my American Sign Language exam. This Friday, I am going horseriding with a group of classmates, acquaintances, to enjoy the last day before summer officially begin. Everybody's graduating at this time of the year. You know, I should avoid those absolute statements like every, all, never, none. But it's just so easy to use them to generalize everything.

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