Friday, March 24, 2006

On Knowing

It is impossible for you to fully know the depths and full facets of your character in your lifetime. The quest of life is to keep searching. ~ Vixen

I was watching a History of Violence yesterday. It came out last year, starring Viggo Mortenson. It's a poignant movie, that catches you and envelops you in each of the main characters. It's directed by the same dude who did Crash. I highly recommend it.

The truth of the matter is that you can never really know what you would do in a certain situation unless you are in that situation. You might hypothetically think that you might react a certain way, but without the feelings and emotions associated with it, you really can't know how you would act.

I've been taking it easy the last few days, catching up the blogreading, my emails and sleep, really trying to find my footing once again. To my utter dismay my beautiful muscles have somehow disappeared in the last fortnight and I'm back to square one. Very, very annoying! I can't even feel the muscles in my legs, and they were the most developed a few weeks ago. Such a crying shame.

I'm planning to take it easy for the weekend and get back into the swing of everything on Monday. Hopefully, I will still remember how to act in the gym and such.

Anyway, enough ranting for today. As you see, I have nothing witty at all to say!

1 comment:

Poetic Justice said...

Are you mad! You only just got out of the hospital. Building muscles to look sexy is the last thing that should be on your fucking mind!

Okay if I hear that you went back to the gym next week. I will be pissed! beyond pissed! I will be really extremely mad!

Get well, then think about building muscles. I mean your sickness has already helped with the weight loss part you lucky devil!