I’m so overly done with analyzing and interpreting literature. It was definitely a learning experience but it’s time for me to move on to something that I can actually use to help people and be able to help people to help themselves.
I cannot express how excited I am to explore the fields of Holistic Health and Alternative Medicine!
My fucking classmates act like God blesses the ground they walk on.
And for the record, “Leda and the Swan” is repulsive and if I never read Yeats again it will be too soon.
If you don’t know her, you need to know her.
I get to do my big Lit paper on Eliot’s “Prufrock” I am so excited I could dance around the room!
COME CHRISTMAS BREAK, YOUSE GONNA GET DID.
essay…..nearly finished…….last paragraph………..icant……….ICANT….ICAANNNNTTTTT
Sonnet 27, William Shakespeare
Ernest Hemingway, Midnight in Paris
Man I hate those people in your classes who make you feel stupid for expressing your opinions and ideas. Like fuck you, I’m a person and I have a right to my options too, assholes.
I really must be totally weird.
I was washing the dishes while waiting for my cake to finish baking and I was thinking about T.S. Eliot’s poetry and then I remembered one of his famous quotes:
We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.
And I know what he’s explaining, but not till I was high did I really understand it. Because sometimes when you’re high, you start thinking about your life and the things you’ve experienced and the knowledge you gained experiencing those things (like I am now and you are too), but then I realized that being high gives you the opportunity of brand new thoughts/ideas/perspectives and so when you “revisit” old knowledge you’ve learned, you understand it in a totally different way.
And I found that incredible enlightening and wanted to share that with you all. Now I’m gonna go eat my cake.