Posts Tagged ‘Fear’
Cooking in where I can find some solace, a sense of newfound purpose in life that makes me want to become a better person. I am starting to realize I am more than capable of being a good cook. The inherent fear that held me back for so long has since subsided in exchange for optimism and a sense of confidence toward pushing my culinary capabilities. Read the rest of this entry »
If you haven’t checked out “Sword Art Online” yet, then well … you should. It is very fascinating.
I have checked out a lot of new, random anime series this summer. Some good, some bad, some in between. However, without a doubt, I must wholeheartedly recommend that people give “Sword Art Online” a shot. It is just so intriguing and addicting.
The premise will make you think “World of Warcraft” on a whole new level.
The only way to escape is to ‘clear’ the game. Death in game means actual ‘death’ —-
The ten thousand who have logged onto the as of yet mysterious game ‘Sword Art Online’ using their Nerve Gear have been forced into this perilous death game and are trapped inside.
Protagonist Kirito, one of the many gamers, has greeted this ‘truth’.
To meet the conditions of clearing the game and leaving this twisted virtual world, he must get through all 100 floors. Will Kirito have what it takes to clear the game, or will he die trying?
“To be forgotten is worse than death.”
- Freya Crescent
This quote right here was one of the most memorable aspects from my favorite “Final Fantasy” game of all time: “Final Fantasy IX.” One of the biggest themes within the game’s plot revolved around the notion of existence. Basically, the concept of living was a huge emphasis within the story, particularly whether life had a purpose or not.
Hesitation is something I wish I could cut down on as I try to move forward in life.
Any form of hesitation derives from fear, delaying one’s actions due to excessive worry. I realize now that I become too entrapped by my angst and despair to function more efficiently as a person. In a way, I let my wariness dictate my life, to the point where I usually find myself seeking the safe route for a variety of activities.
Japanese has some neat things when you break down the various elements within the language through its kanji characters. Inside every kanji component to form a word compound is a small piece to a larger puzzle.
The particular kanji compound I have always liked is the Japanese word for self-confidence – jishin (自信 /// じしん), which should not be confused with the homonym of jishin for earthquake (地震 /// じしん).