I chose to write about the things I like

Small things in my life that make me smile.

Sunday, November 17, 2013


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Thursday, October 24, 2013

Happiness everywhere

Happiness everywhere

Life is not always what we want, but we can live better. There is no perfect life, but there are perfect moments.

Happiness is a decision, not an experience. You can decide to be happy / to and without thought or what you think you need to be happy / to, and be happy ... only if you want. Your experience is the result of decisions, not because of them!

Everyone tries to give a definition of happiness, but the results are all different. At times I ask myself the question ... Does what is happiness??

The chapter answers, it's bad because there is no fixed definition. Each has a different meaning happiness. It is said that happiness consists in loving and being loved. It's a start on the wrong foot, because love is just one element of happiness, besides the multitude of elements that have the same effect. So happiness is not strictly determined object, it varies from case to case, as with most tastes are varied.

Friday, October 18, 2013



Today I want to laugh without stopping, until sore cheeks. 
Today I want to run until I have breath, I want to fly, to go somewhere where no one will know me.
Today I want to dance, paint and read all the volumes in the library.
Today I want to drink until I can not keep up, to smoke and to njur as traffic drivers.
Today I want to achieve everything I wanted to do in life ... to what we are building to meet, so my dreams will have wings.
Today I want to keep forever. Do not feel as time runs past me, let me not rush, because it is today.
Today without prejudices, without resentment, without doubt.

Sunday, September 29, 2013

What do you think of me is not my problem!

 What do you think of me is not my problem!

Everyone , including the partner is entitled to different opinions. You can not change them , you have reason to change them ... unless you are unsure of yourself. How would you look at life from another angle ? Not to want to change others, but you change yourself. Do not you want to make other accept you , but you accept yourself. When you accept yourself , you accept the fact that ... you 're not completely accepted by someone.

And do not even bother . Because your mind will tell you that everyone is allowed to have an opinion contrary to yours . Just accept yourself so much that not to matter .

Since then, you've changed! You do not bother his opinion . It's the only change you can make , do not try to change the other person , because it will never succeed .

Think you're going on a street and see a puddle of water. You have two options : to start taking water from the pond and pipette to go elsewhere to get rid of the obstacle that you do not like , or drop it where it is and go on the same way , with the same goal in mind , enjoying the rest of the way and just having so much confidence in you that that obstacle to be insignificant for you.

At the time when the two partners are mature ( personal development ) , may argue that perhaps disagreed . But beyond the opposition of opinion , there is acceptance that it's just different beliefs , not relationship. They never play their relationship to books . Never put in a relationship for a game divergence of opinions . But I have discussions like all or nothing .

Either you turn it on him or he you! You can not accept that the other is a different person ! Would you like to resemble each other perfectly . Will not accept differences and hence leaving all conflicts . May I say a few " tricks" that they use to therapists and couple relationships can you find the strength to apply.

Remember that all the time they appear argumentative , it's good to remember a moment at the beginning of your relationship and feel those emotions and then. After intense feeling those emotions , you can start talking to your partner.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

I wanna scream

 I wanna scream

Who wants to scream and let the pain gose out to feel better !! I'm carrying to much anger and hate inside! God please mercy on me!!

I am not poor or to feel sorry for me! it just happend... I love my family so much but cant get along with them specialy my dad! Hes the reason why I dont want to marry and make a family!Dont wanna make same mistake like mom did!! anyway!! 

He is good and yet he is bad father and husbend!!!!! I have seen his scary face through these years!! This is the first time I write down what I want to tell him tho I can't!! I'm tired of him I'm tired of his yelling I'm tired of his complaining that we are not worthy!!

I'm tired of being tired!! I hate the idea that my middle brother becoming like him!! I want to leave this house and have my own but where!! got no place to go!! I wish this satan leave us forever! or leave my dad alone!! I'm sorry I am angry still!! 

Thursday, September 19, 2013

About life, human character and soul.

About life, human character and soul

First I want to tell my visitors a warm Happy New Year for 2013! Today I will open a topic quite commonplace for some other deep enough!

What do you understand by the word nature? I understand how a man to exist on this planet who has made ​​education one in childhood. Not long ago I ran into a harsh reality. One of my so called "friends" started to talk some, do not know how to call them aberrations that his brain thought to pull them to the surface.

And to understand why I decided to open this particular blog is obviously my name was involved and shit out the mouth that were being counts for me. Usually I do not like to post things on the blog but so sad as a man without character as you have the nerve to pull the mouth such words mostly know me?

How can you say that I muddied the person they care for and the above is one of my good friends? I really do not understand the purpose and mindset. Or if you are thinking better that I responded to his advances led him to remove these aberrations on the mouth.

Me left me cold because I soul reconciled statements like planet there are also people who intentionally or unintentionally harm or simply have soul too full of venom and trying to get rid of him.

 Finally cleared everything but sin that you trust a man and one day you actually slam his true face, and regret and last second you trusted and remains one question, WHY?

Monday, September 16, 2013

TTC Video - How To Look At And Understand Great Art

TTC Video - How To Look At And Understand Great Art

TTC Video - How To Look At And Understand Great Art is among the most sublime, meaningful, and redeeming creations of all civilization. Few endeavors can equal the power of great artwork to capture aesthetic beauty, to move and inspire, to change your perceptions, and to communicate the nature of human experience.

Great art is also complex, mysterious, and challenging. Filled with symbolism, cultural and historical references, and often visionary imagery, great artworks oblige us—defy us, even—to reckon with their many meanings. What does it take to truly know what you're seeing when you look at art? What technical skills and knowledge are needed to comprehend the full richness of artworks, to unpack the hidden significance of master paintings, sculptures, prints, and more?

Award-winning Professor Sharon Latchaw Hirsh of Rosemont College speaks to these and other compelling questions in How to Look at and Understand Great Art. Unlike a traditional survey of art, these 36 richly illustrated lectures take you on an in-depth exploration of the practical skill of viewing art through the lenses of line, light, perspective, composition, and other crucial elements of craft and technique.

Using timeless masterpieces of Western painting, sculpture, and graphic art, as well as hands-on studio demonstrations, Professor Hirsh gives you the specific visual and interpretive knowledge you need to approach great artworks, find their deeper meanings, and reach startling new levels of appreciation.

Discovering the Artist's Visual Language In building your viewing skills, the opening lectures give you practice with the core technical tools for understanding visual art: Color: You study the essential principles of color and color schemes in painting and graphic art and the distinctive use of color in different epochs, all of which are deeply integral to an artist's work. Line: You investigate the artist's use of line (the basis of art) as it describes reality, conveys expressive meaning, and gives larger structural impact to an artwork.

Composition: You learn how the artist constructs a work's overall composition in painting, graphic art, and sculpture. You discover compositional features such as symmetry/asymmetry, balance, and the visual framing of images, as keys to an artwork's comprehensive impact. Signs and symbols: You learn how to recognize symbolism and signifiers in religious paintings, "vanitas" still lifes, canvases of royalty, and seminal works by Gauguin and Dali. Rich and Varied Genres of Art Traveling deeply into the artist's world, you investigate the major genres of drawing, printmaking, sculpture, and painting.

You apply your technical knowledge to major works in each genre, exploring the various purposes and types of drawings, the vast spectrum of sculpture and three-dimensional art, and the important traditions within painting and printmaking, with particular attention to how works of art are made. Here, Professor Hirsh takes you out of the classroom and into the studio, in a series of hands-on demonstrations you rarely find in an academic art course.

In the lectures on painting, for example, you study the techniques of fresco and panel painting, and you see oil painting demonstrated, including the mixing of colors, the application of opaque oils and translucent glazes, and the texturing techniques of impasto and scumbling used so memorably by Rembrandt, Van Gogh, and the Expressionists. In the complex genre of printmaking, you watch a contemporary artist create original prints, showing you the methods of woodcut, copper plate engraving, etching, lithograph, and silkscreen prints. Your understanding of the techniques of printmaking helps you identify the type of print you're looking at—often tricky even for experienced eyes—and gives you an appreciation of the craft underlying master prints by Dürer, Doré, Whistler, Degas, and others.

To deepen your insight into subject matter in art, additional lectures are devoted to the importance of landscapes, portraits, and self-portraits. Great Eras, Visionary Movements In the course's final section, you use your newfound skills to explore the major eras and movements in Western art, from the Renaissance to the present. In this unfolding progression, you encounter the stunning diversity of artworks from the early Renaissance to the Baroque and Rococo, from 19th-century Romanticism to Impressionism, from 20th-century Expressionism to Cubism, Surrealism, and Modernism, and finally to Postmodernism and the art of our own times.

The knowledge you've developed allows you to recognize and appreciate the dramatic evolution of art, not merely in historical terms, but through specific understanding of how artists work. In the Limbourg brothers' Hours of the Duc de Berry (15th century), for example, you see their attempt at linear and aerial perspective; later, you see how these techniques were gloriously perfected by Masaccio, Leonardo, and other Renaissance masters.

You observe how the impact of El Greco's Mannerist masterpiece Pentecost rests on an anti-Renaissance elongation of figures, unusual poses, and use of tertiary colors. Of huge value for appreciating modern and contemporary works, you delve into the human experiences and ways of thinking that gave birth to abstract and nonrepresentational art. Here, you study influences such as the three phases of Cubism, the ideas of Kandinsky, and the penetrating imagery of Franz Marc, following the bold and thoughtful moves that freed art from imitating nature.

This understanding allows you to grasp the inspiration and visions of De Kooning, Miró, Giacometti, Pollock, and other masters of the modern era. A Visually Rich Learning Experience Drawing on works from public and private collections, this course brings masterpieces from more than 250 of the world's greatest artists together in one place—making this thrilling course a virtual museum of art you won't be able to find anywhere else.

Professor Hirsh's lectures come complete with - more than 950 works of art, presented in crisp high-definition that allows you to zoom in and explore their tiniest details; - meticulously crafted 3-D animations that reconstruct particular works; - on-set demonstrations that explain specific painting methods and techniques; and - visits to an actual artist's studio where you get a first-hand look at the secrets of printmaking.

Winner of the Charles A. Dana Award for Distinguished Teaching, Professor Hirsh combines a remarkable breadth of knowledge and a gift for demystifying both the imagery and the motives of art, leaving you with lasting insight into classic masterpieces as well as challenging contemporary works.