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...and there ain't no place I'm going to.
Like many other times, my parents had a fight today. It made me feel very sad. It made me depressed. Besides that, several things reminded me things I don't like to remember. Like the APOD and some music I heard.
I feel quite alone. Any help is welcome.
Posted by Ariel Guerrero at 11:09 p.m.
1. What happened last night is a real shame. People in Chile are calling the military to the streets, just like they did back then. Understand now why I want to GET THE HELL out of this country?
2. APOD today (September 12) kicked my ass. It made me remember happier days in 2002 in Ovalle, with a girl named B... We saw something like that. A beautiful double rainbow! Science explains, but feelings cannot be avoided.
Posted by Ariel Guerrero at 11:13 a.m.
I can define my experience of the night sky as a big, big astonishment. It just pulls me to the ground.
I remember a night in the summer of 1999 (January). There I was in the South of Chile, lying on the ground, watching the night sky. All the stars were there. I didn't know anything about the constellations by then. Music just filled my mind and all I could focus was music.
But it was then when I first had that sensation of excitement about the night sky. I felt dizzy, I felt myself tied to a fragile planet in the middle of a HUGE universe. I felt in any minute I could be ripped off the planet to start wandering around the universe.
I was a little afraid, but the sensation was SIMPLY AWESOME. I need desperately to do that again. I keep on throwing curses on the light-polluted night sky of Santiago... How I long to spend another starry night in the countryside!
If anybody knows about going to the countryside some weekend near...
Posted by Ariel Guerrero at 10:25 p.m.
For me, clearly not.
My outcomes are not outcomes if I don't compare them to my history of mistakes.
The key here is to have the capacity to realize and admit you're wrong. If I have the capacity of realizing I'm wrong, then I'm able to reach the truth. :-)
Posted by Ariel Guerrero at 1:30 p.m.