Sunday, December 5, 2010

Today A New Day with A New Outlook, or Just a New Day with the Same Attitude?

It seems that today as ever sexually explicit, adverse, and open we try to be as a “society” there are still barriers to which we are not sexually accepted, sexually comfortable and sometimes just sexual…

We notice in other countries, they are open and honest about sexuality and don’t fear it, instead they embrace it… We claim to have an open mind to things here in the US, stating to embrace sexual preferences and hell just those being free about their sexuality. We are shown and told what is sexy through Tv, Radio, Movies, Magazines, and more… but who is to tell someone one what sexy is? What it looks like? What it should even feel like??

We’ve advanced in our technology and possibly with that have enabled those who are “closet cases” more so, to stay in the closet?? With “Sexting” have we enabled those to hide their sexual desires or have we opened a gateway to enable and help those figure out what they could possibly enjoy? Is this the new gateway to sex?? When it comes to sex, are we moving away from that “personal touch” to a “technical one?” From online sexual encounters or hook ups to one night stands… where are we moving as a society with sex or even sexual exploration?

Crazy Things for Love?

We have all heard about doing crazy things for love... but how far will one go for love? We have heard about those from years passed, that would write love letters everyday to their loved ones in wars, in different countries, and half way around the world... With a love so grand, what wouldn't we do for that love?

Love has transfomed, in almost the same way as our technology... so keeping in touch should not be hard, but so much more accessible... however, we find that more and more divorce cases occur, cheating and more... With the help of technology and all its advancements... has it caused many to be "Crazy in Love?"

With these crazy love symptoms, does this create an adverse reaction? and speaking of reactions, we see that if one is allergic to a food and consumes it, they could have rash, hives, and more... which shows our allergy or reaction, something to be seen...

So with Love what reaction should we be looking out for when it comes to those Crazy things for love? What stipulates Crazy versus Romanitc?

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Is All "Fair Game" Between Love and War?

We have seen throughout history that men have been fighting battles over land, over gold, over materialistic things, and today we still watch a continuous battle over the same things... As time has progessively passed are we still engaging in the same activities but with what kind of a result? It seems that we keep a record of history to try and "learn" from out past so that we may avoid those hardships for the present. But, with the hardships of love, are we keeping records of where we have been, who we have been with, and even what we have learned from our past relationships? We have all heard of the "little black book" but how many of us really have one? Are many of us just keeping a mental note on those that have been in and out of our lives? When it comes to keeping records and fighting for our beliefs, what is worth fighting for? Are the same people that are fighting for the trials; warsare they now our resource to "look up to" when it comes to matters of relationships? Even with games we've played as children we have built relationships with our partners, we have laughed, we've cried, and we've even had temper tantrums! how different are we from those games, such as chess? In ches we know its a game of strategy, concentration, and possibly even being able to forsee what could be... how different are the games we have played from those we are involved with in our daily life?

In a time wehre we are "jaded" by society, ar we willing to fight for love? We have been shown by history from the love letters of great men who have actually been in battle and still never forget their great love, they continued to fight and keep in contact as much as possible with their great love. Today, with all the options and technological advances, we have so many ways to keep in contact; in seconds we can get a text message, internet resource, or even an email. Yet, many of us never hear back from those we put ourselves out on the line for... We are shown that many choose to use "love" as a strategy for personal gain, but we all make those decisions in the end... I guess what we have to ask ourselves hwen we come to that point it... Are we willing to fight for a love? With these day to day battles, we must remember...

I AM willing to keep myself open to love.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Being Single... Common Patterns or Just Bad Luck?

For ages we have been told that we are to meet our life partner, husband, wife, and live happily ever after…
In the new technology age, it seems that those views have significantly changed…
We have online dating services to help, friends, match makers, and more… yet it seems that the numbers of singles out number those who are partnered… or is that just the eye of the beholder?
For many they have been happily partnered and unhappily partnered with those that they call “their loved ones.”
But if we search deeper into what the root causes of being single are, are we really adapting, learning and growing for the better?
Many believe that if we keep this negativity about us and never learn and grow we will never see what good there is out there for us and possibly may end up single for longer than can be expected…
But for those who are single, What are the reasons behind it? Having a wall up? Not being open to new experiences?
For some Ive heard and even said, “I’ve been screwed over so much why would I want to open myself up to that happening again?”

So those of us with this mental wall up, always suspicious, and doubting what we’ve been told, do we believe there is a motive behind anything nice said/done?
So keeping this sense of belief of negativity does this opt to keep us single? Is it a contributing factor? Not only with our love life, but our daily life?

We have to believe and see that there are those out there happily partnered, but is it because they have not fallen into a pattern of being “screwed over?” or is it because they essentially never gave up on love? Continuously keeping an optimistic view as they drive along this road called life?
Considering life as a road, we understand that it has many twists and turns and even unexpected curves, but along the ride there are sights to see that no one can describe and with that what is the best way to keep a positive outlook while driving on this road called life? Does it contribute to having a passenger we call a “partner” along for the ride?

Thursday, September 17, 2009


As we have evolved into the state and mind we are currently are in/at… what have been the influences with it all? We have managed to come so far as a society, but how far have we come emotionally?
We have always learned that you are innocent until proven guilty in the court system, but when it comes to the laws of love, what are the rules? With that, how many actually know them and how to play?
Often when placed in a predicament, we tend to decide that someone is guilty before put on a “trial.” We suppose that’s just a normal reaction, but when do we actually take into account of our actions, and the actions of others? We are told that for every actions it has an equal and opposite reaction… With love, is that often the case?
With a “crime” we are told that a person is innocent until proven guilty by trial, and that justice is blind, but with love how often is justice blind before we’re judged?
We are shown in movies, Tv and more that if someone cheats/lies/steals they are the first to go, but is that often the case?

It seems that Justice and Love are similar… but every case has a different instances and situations… who determines the verdict of a case of love? I’m sure we all wish it were easy, and an official judge would come and rule a verdict for us… but initially we have to be the ones to determine what verdict best works for us… and in a way it seems that we have to change our mind sets with many things and allow us to play the role of Lady Justice.

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Is this the New Dating?

We have come a long way...

from the First launch of computers, playing orgeon trail on the huge macintosh computers to now having flat screens, plasmas, Instant messaging, texting, being able to access personals on your own tv as you sit and watch... we have hit a compelete and total cyber world frenzy...

Has the internet become bigger than it was meant to be? what has our new aspects, criteria, and focus become with dating on the internet?

For the longest time we have been told and even shown that we are to socialize in person, have those traits developed and enable them with everyday life... now it seems we are constricting ourselves to a screen...

For many it seems like a gateway.. opening someone who may be shy to endless possiblities... creating new personas over the internet... millions of miles of distance, only a mouse click away...

where does it stop? how far should we be able to go? how many of us live a double life in this cyber world? How do we differentiate real life from the live we try to live?

When it comes to sex, what are now the important factors we take in?

some of the first questions we may ask are...

What are your Stats?

Age, Sex, Location, position, and maybe even more??

Have we allowed this world to corrupt our own? or has it just enabled us to form a better you?