The afternoon sun spread its warmth on Honey's face and arms as it started to die down in the West. The light's reflection shimmered down her sleek black dress in a elegantly formal attire that she only ever dreamed of wearing once long ago. The dress she wore complimented her heels and bright red lipstick, her golden hair held up in diamond pins to match her earrings. The lightheaded feelings she was experiencing did not ease the butterflies in her stomach when she took a step forth onto her front porch to meet her date.
The Mystery of the Akashic Records
The definition of insanity is the repetition of doing something over and over again. It’s considered a coincidence when a single train of thought, action, or theme pops up instantaneously. Déjà vu in society today is commonly known as “just a coincidence”. It’s an occurring phenomenon in which individuals believe they have experienced a certain experience once or twice before in the past. This leads to the main question: where does the past, present, and future go when their paths are thus determined, if they exist at all? Only one idea has been created and circulated throughout the course of history. The name of this theory is fairly new and had been only coined in the late 19th century. It is called the Akashic Record Theory. The Akashic Record Theory’s existence is true, due to the beliefs and opinions of individual Theosophists, its connection across religions, as well as its anecdotal accounts across time itself.
There is approximately 7.8 billion people on our planet as of the end of 2020 and still counting. Even with our unique traits and personalities do we share common ground between a multitude of things: music, toppings, literature- everything with multiple categories and genres that are classified separately and yet, unite us together. Just like the myriad of stars in the sky, we paint ourselves in at least twelve categories of the universe examined ever since Babylonian astronomy. The path of the stars somehow interpret our futures, and yet, if only we believe.
Can's Anti-Valentine Playlist
The creation of Valentine's day is a muddled, violent and brutal punishment of two gay lovers whom were executed by decree of Emperor Claudius II. While those that celebrate their love through notes, roses, and chocolate are blessed with (hopefully) finding their significant other- I and perhaps the rest of the world can celebrate through songs and the relief that the burden of making someone else happy is absolutely ridiculous when the only lover is ourselves (and the chocolate we can divulge in without the need of sharing). With this in mind, here is a list of one of my favorite anti-Valentine's Day songs in which to dance to, cry to, or even make love to in celebration of staying single and being yourself:
What was left of 16-year-old Azura's heart was a sadness unbearable with the death of her grandmother. Getting ready for Sunday morning church, October 13, was the easiest compared to the events an hour before the service. Azura remembered tying her shoes before hearing her mother burst through the back door, crying hysterically about the absence of a soul now gone from the world.