Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Aren't we GORGEOUS!? :D
Happy BDAY Lynsey! :)

You Girls ROCK! I MISS YOU! :)

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Your exact opposite:

Genghis Khunt

Random Brutal Sex Master

The Sonnet
Deliberate Gentle Love Dreamer (DGLDf)

Romantic, hopeful, and composed. You are the Sonnet. Get it? Composed?

Sonnets want Love and have high ideals about it. They're conscientious people, caring & careful. You yourself have deep convictions, and you devote a lot of thought to romance and what it should be. This will frighten away most potential mates, but that's okay, because you're very choosy with your affections anyway. You'd absolutely refuse to date someone dumber than you, for instance.

Lovers who share your idealized perspective, or who are at least willing to totally throw themselves into a relationship, will be very, very happy with you. And you with them. You're already selfless and compassionate, and with the right partner, there's no doubt you can be sensual, even adventurously so. You probably have lots of female friends, and they have a special soft spot for you. Babies do, too, at the tippy-top of their baby skulls.

ALWAYS AVOID: The 5-Night Stand, The False Messiah, The Hornivore, The Last Man on Earth

CONSIDER: The Loverboy

Link: The 32-Type Dating Test by OkCupid - Free Online Dating.
My profile name: Kini37

Saturday, November 11, 2006

The Nature of Truth

Just watched the movie The Prestige. It is an excellent film that deals with 'what is truth?' I think I will write a review on it for another post but, as for now, I am wondering about TRUTH.

Does objective truth exist? But don't we have personal truths that are just as real? Can we really know the pure objective truth? If we cannot, than all there must be to truly know is subjective truth, yet objective truth must remain in existance... how do we get at it? Do we really value it? What sort of value should we put on each? Are we sacrificing in appealing to one or the other? Must we find a balance or attempt to integrate them?

Surely subjective truth has weight, but we need to be careful it doesn't get so extreme that it moves away from the truth of the larger picture, no?

Thursday, November 09, 2006

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