If I decided to tell a story, would you sue me? It's not like any story that you ever heard of, but it might be a story that you might as well understood why I might be sued for it. Blah. Sued? I'll tell you what? This story is by far and large, it's own story. The problem is, nobody likes a real story. Seriously, look at all the stories written by the latest writers of the 21st century. All copycats.
By Thomsen Young Friday, July 25, 2014
The window of time does not show the purpose of life. If we were given the ability to not only foresee the future, would we still understand the purpose of the life that we were suppose to live? Or even, understand the purpose of the life that we are suppose to live. This, only you can understand and answer this question. Some believe that the window of life is small (very little) while others believe that the window of time is timeless. The window of time can be defined as the numbers of opportunities that is/are experienced in an individual lifetime. What and how you define your window of time will define how you choose how you want to live your life.
What is in your window of time?
It seem like the time takes more than what it should have been. My mind seems to wonder, as if, dazed by the trees that have been passing by. Trees after trees. When does a time come when time does not seem fazed by the blurriness of trees? The nimblest of my fingertips touch the glass, deep in thought. As I pull each fingertip from the cold glass, you can faintly see outlines of my fingertips. First goes my thumb, then my index finger, then the rest fazed into the window of time, spurred by the speed of a bus moving quickly through the mountains. My thought quickly faded as a slight bump into my seat by the young girl who is slightly dazed from her sleep. My dark blue eyes, straight ahead on the road, yet, as the road curves road approaches, it remains to be unforeseen to what lies ahead.
Totally had a great time. Remember your country. Remember what your father, grandfather, and great-grandfather fought for when they fought with sweat, passion and believing that what they fought for was our freedom and be able to make choices to believe that we can be better than ourselves. Please watch and enjoy this video. If you want to watch the short version, click here! Please also share with your friends and family. 4th of July is coming up and we need to show the world that we are PROUD AMERICANS!
“Haaa! Haa! Ha! It’s okay. Ooookay. Ohhhkay. Ooookay. Oh it’s okay please don’t give me that look OH Jesus Christ! Ohhh Jesus Christ. Oh please don’t fly! Oooohh mmmyyyyHey GOOOwowBOOOIi! Don’t give me that look. Oh god he’s gonna fly. Oh god he’s gonna fly. Doin’ good. Doin’ good. No don’t fly. Dooooon’t Flyyyyy. Oooh SHIT! YESSSS, FUCK YEEEAAAHHH!"
Best reaction ever! Those eyes are amazingggg!
In about thirty days, I'll finally have about two and half month off of work off. I'll be so excited since there's some amazing stuff that I really want to work on. First, +The Silent Grapevine is starting to become successful. I cannot tell you how excited I am about the +The Silent Grapevine team. If you haven't check out +The Silent Grapevine I highly recommend that you do. The vast amount of information on the website is amazing and you will be surprised on what is going on with the deaf community. I believe that +The Silent Grapevine is the one and only newsite that writes about controversial issues that are ongoing in the deaf community. I love our mission statement that was written by our own and talented +Mary Pat Withem.
The mission of The Silent Grapevine (TSG) is to serve our viewers by providing reliable, valuable, and important Deaf community oriented information in every newcast. We search for facts, dig deeper for important news, and strive to constantly add excellent staff members that are able to accurately present all sides of the story. TSG analyzes situations to enable the community to hold all parties accountable.
I also believe that people need to start coming out and to stop hiding behind the technological advances that we have made in our society and get back to meeting face to face to talk about tough issues that will need to be thought out intelligently to make sure that we are leaving our future children in good hands. These issues need to be talked about. These issues need to be balanced. These issues need to be fully understood within the future implications for our children in the future.
Technology has always and will always move at a faster pace and even so today, it will be nearly impossible to keep up. Can you believe fifty years ago, during the civil rights movement, that movement that also helped paved the way for the ADA if they had the technology we have today, how further they might have gone?
I am happy to be living in this age. An age where tolerance for each other has been at a much higher standard than before. An age where we can respect people of all races, of all sexuality, of all ideas, and be able to bond for the common good for everyone in the world.
Thus, I ask you this. What are you ideas? What are your hopes and dreams for the deaf community? Ten years from now? Twenty years from now? An hundred years from now?
Yes. The time to ask these questions is now.
Wow. I just realized that I haven't written on my personal blog for over a month. Sometimes when time passes you by, you forget to stop and remember what has been going on lately. Today, I got unexpected news. It's weird. I had to find out from FB, but then again, I'm thankful for FB that allowed me to see in the news feed that one of the guys that I played waterpolo with was killed while jogging this morning. This morning, I knew that I wasn't feeling it. I didn't feel like getting up. I didn't feel like doing anything and now I know why. May he rest in peace. I do have to say this, my fondest memory of him is that he loved playing waterpolo and he loved having a great time! His positive outlook was by far awesome and he was never amused with any negative thoughts. He loved joking around and every once in a while he'd look you in the eye and give you this wink. That's how confident he was in himself and with life. Thus, as much as I want to be there for him and his family, I know that I'll be there for him now. Alive in my writing and within this post. :)
I hope you're still playing waterpolo in heaven! Mr. P. You were certainly beloved!
His memorial service can be found here.
By Thomsen Young Thursday, March 06, 2014 voice
Read these great articles while trying to understand my voice!