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Thursday, December 21st, 2017
12:13 pm - T & H winter solstice ever
-Got a card from Deborah
-Got samosas
-Got to eat old school mac n cheese with melted butter and bread crumbs and Parmesan
-Got oj at the party 3 cups worth
-Ate 2 decadents cookies
-had my square plate stolen
-Ate black forest cake
-Got the cool bags with bows
-Got a 30 minute coffee with 10 mins of prep
-them children loved the double fudge brownies
-Reserved my soap bars
-Got new year calendars
-Got the waffle biscuits
-Got awesome service at petro place and got lots of holiday envelopes
-ln a place with Bonita y Carmelita

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Wednesday, August 16th, 2017
7:18 pm - T & H day
1. No surprise there l had another bad experience at jon casablancas what horrible salon. l should figured the deal was too good to be true. the person who scheduled me did it for 11am and the class was supposed to end at 1pm so the girl Alyssa went into panic mode and rampaged my hair she rushed through the dying part and then even the shampooing and conditioning was rushed and then my hair was pulled very hard during the drying process by two women who were more worried about rushing out of there than offering me a good service may l never have to return there again.

2. However l did get the colour emulsified from root to tip before being washed out that was the only positive l could find in today's day. Dumb girl had time to decorate her mannequin but no time to give me allover colour horrible place.

3.Yesternight 5 minutes after Hubert left and l was returning from the washroom that's when they started serving the parsadam.

4.So l was offered kim's position as recall but l don't want it anymore it sounds awful. l never wanna be around those horrible people in that overheated room and just being there stresses me out my mental health is way more important than my financial health as of now.

current mood: aggravated

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Thursday, August 27th, 2015
7:22 am - T & Hs
-Parked Kelly's house
-Got into Hero's exhibit
-Glad I took photo of the Sonata when I did because now it is gone
-Took photo at his house cuz gut was screaming for it because it felt like our last day there on Tuesday 25th I am gonna miss having such a convenient hang out place it was great for after school commutes and stuff, what am i gonna do now? It's gonna be such a hassle hanging out with him

current mood: gloomy

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Sunday, May 27th, 2012
1:38 am - I don't wannt drink milk after reading this:

current mood: chipper

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Sunday, February 5th, 2012
6:42 pm - Today a guy told me
"Hello beautiful,, you got gorgeous eyes babe, would be a Shame to leave your profile without complimenting those killer eyes !!"

current mood: cheerful

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Tuesday, November 15th, 2011
7:28 pm
Frozen è la mia canzone preferito di Madonna!! *__*

current mood: cheerful

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Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011
10:17 pm - freaky haunted house prop looks so real

current mood: shocked

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Wednesday, October 12th, 2011
10:26 pm - Para Thanksgiving
 Hicimos una lasana vegeteriana y cada person hizo un parte. Nunca estoy en casa y por eso no cocino pero me encanta!

current mood: hungry

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Tuesday, September 13th, 2011
7:07 pm
Feliz Cumpleanos a N. Has cumplido 32 anos en la tierra!

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Friday, September 9th, 2011
11:35 pm
I find it's easy to feel pain when a sensitive part of me is being prodded quite hard.

current mood: sore

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Thursday, September 8th, 2011
9:20 pm
I think crying is beautiful, nothing beats tears flowing out of my eyes. Not even visine can replicate that feeling.

current mood: contemplative

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Wednesday, July 20th, 2011
5:08 pm - So damn true
 "The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off."
— Gloria Steinem

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Monday, June 13th, 2011
5:28 pm
Favorite Quotation of the month: “You will not do incredible things without an incredible dream.”

current mood: amused

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Saturday, January 8th, 2011
10:06 am

this decade is gonna be different from the last one for me, after realizing the grass is not so much greener on the otherside I will be focusing on self-acuatalization!

current mood: contemplative

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Tuesday, December 7th, 2010
9:56 pm - Embrace simplicity. Reduce selfishness, Have few desires

Giving up is easy. But to hold it together when everyone else would understand if you fell apart, that's true strength. A single person is strong enough to enjoy life without depending on others.

Just got home from the most boring Xmas party ever,

current mood: blah

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Saturday, October 23rd, 2010
10:42 pm - True that..

Moksa or liberation is neither a process of annihilating one's individuality as taught by the mayavadis (illusionists) nor does the living entity merge into the great "nothingness" as taught by the atheistic philosophy of the Buddhist nirvana.

Both of these types of impersonal philosophies teach some type of spiritual suicide. But since
the spirit soul is eternal, it cannot be killed by an artificial process of spiritual suicide.

Liberation, as the word implies, is a process of liberating oneself from the false conception of materialistic life. After material cessation, there is the manifestation of spiritual life. In spiritual life the same distinction is there, the same individuality is there, but in pure consciousness, full knowledge and bliss.

Real liberation is, therefore, not an impersonal experience but the attainment of one's eternal spiritual body, free from the contamination of the materialistic ego.

Maya, or illusion, is the condition of spiritual life contaminated by material infection. Liberation from this material infection does not mean destruction of the original eternal position of the living entity. For example, if a person is bound by ropes then he is severely restricted in his free movement. However, when he is freed from his bonds he no longer is conditioned and can move freely wherever he likes. Therefore freedom from his conditioned state does not mean his personal destruction. Similarly liberation, or freedom, from material bondage [mukti] does not mean the destruction of
the individual soul.

Mayavadis are confused by the flowery language of the vedas and compare themselves to little drops of water which dissolve when they merge in the ocean of water. Teaching the philosophy of dissolution they like to commit spiritual suicide by dissolving their individual existence.

Since the soul is sac-cid-ananda, or an eternal spiritual being, full of knowledge and bliss, it can never be annihilated or dissolved. The personalists, or devotees of the Lord, do not like to commit spiritual suicide by dissolving themselves. They prefer to keep their individuality and serve the Supreme Lord in a blissful and loving relationship called devotional service.

Those Mayavadis who compare themselves with water may artificially try to become water by merging into it, but the personalists or devotees enjoy this very same water by playing in it like fishes.

Impersonalists also give the example of a river flowing into the ocean to merge with it. This may be a source of happiness for the impersonalist, but the personalist keeps his personal individuality like an aquatic in the ocean. We find so many living entities within the ocean, if we go below the surface. Surface acquaintance with the ocean's waves alone is not sufficient; one must have complete knowledge of the aquatics living below the waves in the ocean depths. The ocean can be compared to liberation, and the rivers to all the different paths of liberation. The impersonalists are dwelling in the river water which eventually comes to mix with the ocean. They have no information, however, that within the ocean, as within the rivers, there are innumerable living entities like fishes and other aquatic creatures. The devotees of the Supreme Lord are compared to sharks who live in that great ocean. The sharks who dwell in the ocean do not care for the little rivers which are gliding down into it. The devotees eternally live in the ocean of devotional service, and they do not care for the little rivers of impersonal liberation. In other words, those who are pure devotees always remain in the ocean of transcendental loving service to the Lord and have no business with the other processes, which are compared to the rivers that only gradually come to merge with the ocean.

Real devotional liberation is defined as the reinstatement of the living entity in his own identity, his own constitutional position. Every living entity is the part and parcel fragmental portion of the Supreme Lord and eternally related to Him. Therefore his constitutional position is the exchange of transcendental pleasures with the Lord. This natural transcendental pleasure is the ultimate goal of yoga and easily attainable through the process of bhakti-yoga.

For a devotee engaged in bhakti-yoga, liberation is attained automatically without any extra endeavour. This is because all the activities of the Supreme Lord (His Lila) are transcendental to the modes of the material energy. They are all attractive spiritual activities, and therefore constant association with the spiritual activities of the Supreme Lord gradually spiritualises the conditioned soul and ultimately severs the knot of material bondage. Liberation from material bondage is, therefore, a by-product of devotional service. The ultimate aim of liberation is to get release from material bondage and regain one's eternal existence in the spiritual world.

current mood: calm

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Saturday, September 11th, 2010
12:57 am - El mejor consejo que les han dado en la vida ?‎

The best all-round remedy of all is ginger tea. Cut up pieces of fresh ginger and boil them for around twenty minutes. You can add some honey if you like. Ginger will remedy both diarrhea and constipation. It resolves stomach cramps and helps digest heavy, oily food.

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Monday, August 23rd, 2010
True friendship is seen through the heart, not through the eyes.
In a world, where you can be anything.. Be Yourself.

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Friday, July 23rd, 2010
8:14 pm
Me disculpan si no he podido contestar sus correos electronicos o mensajes. He estado un poco ocupadita pero lo hare pronto!

current mood: complacent

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Friday, June 4th, 2010
9:58 pm - Fuente de inspiración y ejemplo a seguir... Mahatma Gandhi

Señor, ayúdame a decir la verdad delante de los fuertes,
y a no decir mentiras para ganarme el aplauso de los débiles.

Si me das fortuna, no me quites la felicidad,
si me das fuerza no me quites la razón,
si me das éxito, no me quites la humildad,
si me das humildad, no me quites la dignidad.

Ayúdame a ver siempre el otro lado de la medalla.
No me dejes culpar de traición a los demás,
cuando no piensan lo mismo que yo.

Enséñame a querer a la gente como a mí mismo,
y a juzgarme como a los demás.

No me dejes caer en el orgullo del triunfo,
ni en la desesperación del fracaso.
Recuérdame, más bien, que el fracaso
es la experiencia que precede al triunfo.

Convénceme de que perdonar
es lo más grande que tiene el fuerte.
Y que la venganza es la señal primitiva del débil.

Si me quitas lo que tengo, déjame la esperanza,
si me quitas el éxito, déjame la fuerza
para triunfar de la dificultad.

Si yo ofendo a alguien, dame valor para pedir disculpas,
si alguien me ofende a mí, dame valor para disculpar.

Señor, si yo me olvido de Ti,
Tú nunca te olvides de mí.

current mood: calm

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