I am not a typical girl. I'm not looking to engage in your drama. If you need advice I will do my best to help you. But I will not get involved in nonsense disputes. This is a chat site, not a highschool. I don't conform to these 'clique's' of people or societal norms. I am who I am, and if you don't like it, then move on.
Catarina_mayumi: Knowledge truly is power. And so many humans take that for granted and choose to live in stubborn 'blissful' ignorance. The mind is a wonderful gift that far too many waste. Nothing is truly beyond human capabilities. Sure some things may take evolutionary changes and stronger understanding of the place we call reality before they are 'within' human power. But nothing is beyond capability if we simply choose to learn and expand our minds beyond the limits currently imposed. Always remember, no matter how stubborn you are in your ways, that things humanity takes for granted today were once considered dangerous and magical simply because they were not understood at the time. If you open your mind to the possibilities and the ideas of others you change what it means to be human. Just always be mindful to gain your knowledge in a respectful and courteous manner. Be open, even if you do not understand the idea or concept at the time, it doesn't necessarily make it a bad idea. Expand your horizons and you'll expand the human race. No one person, no matter how 'seemingly' unimportant they are, is powerless to change the course of history or the future. You must choose to use that power to change the world for the better not only for yourself but for your decedents and theirs. And knowledge, used in a manner mindful of others suffering and how to best eliminate needless suffering is how you can achieve that. Food for thought.
Catarina_mayumi: Slipped and fell and sprained my shoulder! In a sling for a few days at least. That's about my luck. Wish me speedy healing please!
Kelab Balek: I bestow this badge upon thee, intent upon recognising the immense intelligence often displayed by yourself during our interactions. I also wish to acknowledge the complexity of your vocabulary as it greatly surpasses that of the greater majority of persons I correspond with.
Catarina_mayumi: I watched a documentary yesterday night when I couldn't sleep. A documentary called chasing coral. Now I know there's a lot of shit going on in the world right now with covid and everything surrounding it. I know personally. I'm sure most of you do. But please listen up and read on. Because this is important. Not just to me but to all of humanity and all animal kind. Humans are inherently selfish creatures. Yes it's rude, but it's true. But we also have incredible capacity to do real good. And we need to look far beyond just ourselves and our little worlds and look to the future of not just us and our own children but of everyone's children. We have so polluted our environment and raised our ocean temperatures that we are killing off all the coral. I know it doesn't sound like a huge problem but believe me it is. At the rate we are raising temperatures and killing off our oceans, within thirty years time, our lifetimes and our children's lifetimes, the average temperature of the earth will be far too hot for most things to survive because our oceans will no longer be able to absorb all the excess heat we're trapping in our atmosphere. If you have the capacity to look beyond yourself and your world please pass this on to everyone you know. Everyone needs to know that today is the day to start effecting real change for our clean environments and to take it seriously. We've procrastinated too long and it's almost too late. Thank you.
Kelab Balek: It is shocking, coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Australia has increased by about 3000% over the last 10 years. We are loosing 100miles of coral per year. It is the largest living organism on earth and we are loosing it. It greatly saddens me.