I think that it is absolutely insane that we live in a country where people DIE because they eat TOO MUCH food, while there are countries in the world where children starve to death.
I think that it is sickening that we live in a country where women can run for president while there are countries (including our own) where women are rountinely raped, killed, or treated like animals.
I think that it’s sad that animals can die at the hands of twisted people while we simply stand aside and look.
I think that it is simply wrong that there are children in the world who will never grow up because someone hates the race, sex, or religion that they are. No children should die when there are people in the world who have the means to help and stop genocide but simply won’t.
I have a surplus of wealth, food, and other neccesities. Why don’t I spread it around?
I desperately love tattoos. I always have.
Here are the tattoos that I want (as of now and the past couple of years) and please tell me if you think any of them are a no-go.
1. The first four notes of “Redemption Song” inside of my left wrist in dark red, small but “well done”.
Why: I play guitar and it’s very important to me. Redemption Song is the first song that I learned.
2. A symmetrical flower on each of my earlobes (so, small) in the red color of hennah.
Why: It would be pretty, and it’s a very casual place.
3. A circle at the base of my neck with a scene from a painting that was in my room when I lived in Hawaii. The painting was in bright, “dreamy” colors and was a realistic but kind of trippy scene of a sunset over a breaking shoreline. I would get it in full color, about the size of a baseball.
Why: Hawaii changed my life and the painting captures the essance of Hawaii to me.
Also: any ideas on how to intigrate the Bob Marley quote “Push on Through” in to a tattoo? I want it on my foot / feet.
Not caring what others may think about you and not worrying about the past… surrounding yourself with real friends and not just people that you want to be your friends.
I’ve done those things, and I’ve never been happier!