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How to not feel bad about bad things

How to not feel bad about bad things

Often we feel frustrated about the things that happen to us that we cannot control. There are instances that our mood changes as influenced by friends, family, acquaintances or strangers. 443 more words

"Tumataba Ka, Ah!"

Ayokong mainis. Ayokong sirain ang araw ko pero hindi ko maintindihan kung bakit iyon na lang ang palagi mong bungad sa akin. May makakapagsabi ba sa akin kung bakit kailangan pang ipaalam sa lahat iyong obserbasyon/opinyon mo sa pisikal kong itsura. 120 more words

Hanash

The Orchestrations of Power

Wherever your find yourself, right now, whatever the circumstances of your life, know that you have in one way or another intended them. Each of your thoughts and deeds both in this life and all your past lives have brought you, somehow, exactly here. 287 more words

Self Discovery

Penis Fly-Trap

Once upon a time…

I was in a three-year relationship with this one girl. Cute, petite, feisty, and crazy as fuck. We went on a break and I was doing my thing. 366 more words

Funny

The Slow Road to Bangkok

I’m lying in the upper bunk of car 6, 5 hours into my 16 hour ride. I am finally taking my awaited vacation that I hastily planned and coordinated before all-but-forgetting until I packed this morning. 1,265 more words

Travel

News: SATAN'S SATYRS to Unleash New Album Don't Deliver Us October 30

Bloodcurdling Virginia rock & roll creepers SATAN’S SATYRS will release their highly-anticipated new album Don’t Deliver Us on October 30 via Bad Omen Records. The underground trio, featuring bassist / vocalist Clayton Burgess (also of Electric Wizard), guitarist Jarrett Nettnin and drummer Stephen Fairfield, whose sound has been hailed as, “positively seething with a frenzied, untamed energy that takes everything you love about doom metal and punk rock and smashes them together in a glorious, technicolour explosion,” recorded the album in Nashville, TN and calls it, “more stripped down, more raw, and definitely heavier.” 275 more words

Music