I got invited to this … eclectic thing by a good friend of mine on instagram. I think I did something like this at some point last year, where you say five things about yourself that you wouldn’t mind anyone else knowing. I don’t say much of anything as it is, so I don’t think it’s that much of a big deal. And with that said, here are five things I’ll share with you all:
1. I have a strange obsession with traffic lights, to the point where, if I’m driving (which is something I rarely do) and get stopped by a red light, sometimes I’ll end up staring at the signal for a few long seconds even after it turns green, especially when it rains … I just think the colors are really a sight to see.
2. I am a seeker by nature, ever since I was a kid. And I question everything that does not make sense to me. This, to me, is why I always found places like church - especially where I grew up - to be a place that was always uncomfortable and flat-out boring to me.
3. I’m fascinated by the mind and all things metaphysical with the exception of black magic. (I still research it and read up on similar aspects because I think it’s important to be knowledgeable on the yin and yang of all things, but I know for sure how much it can ruin your life, so I’m definitely not stupid enough to go tampering with it). I’m also psychic to a certain degree at this point in time, but my abilities are still raw since I haven’t found a way to properly train myself. As a person who’s over-thinking a lot, it can be a pain.
4. I enjoy having dreams at night because they allow me to experience true freedom, and they can be exceptionally fun when I become conscious that I’m actually dreaming; because of this, if I don’t give into fear and force the dreamscape to collapse, I can do things that would otherwise seem impossible on the physical plane (or the real world), such as flying upside down over New York City, fading through walls, or riding a bike in the woods on some lonely road where the seasons change every five minutes. It’s a skill that I’m currently developing and I will be quite glad when I fully master it.
5. I tried going into the military after high school but I got rejected because I nearly lost an eye as a child. For years I thought I was dealt a bad hand and blamed my older brother for it, but now that I look back, in a sense, I think he did me a huge favor without even knowing … I believe the event is proof that there’s always a positive side to everything.
And since I wrote this much, as a bonus, I’ll add four more facts:
a) I once brought a pair of barbershop clippers to school because this girl kept making fun of me in class for being quiet. I was going to cut as much of her hair off as I could while she slept in class.
b) I fully intend to leave the United States for good as soon as I get the chance and end up settling somewhere else far away. I don’t feel very good about this country’s future (the world included, actually) and it’s part of the reason why I’m glad I don’t have any kids. And while I know that there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel, I’d rather be elsewhere than getting caught up into something much worse. Besides, seeing the rest of the world is something I’d like to continue doing anyway.
c) I was born on the last day of September, so it’s probably why I always wait until the last minute to do nearly everything … Maybe it’s a Libra thing after all ~*
d) I love piano music and it’s my favorite instrument, and someday I wish I will be able to learn how to play it effortlessly.