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卍LINE / a.k.a. Yosuke Kubozuka

卍LINE
a.k.a. Yosuke Kubozuka

July 2, 2017

When you talk about “love”, not only being just nice, but also being rigorous is “love”,

When you talk about “love”, not only being just nice, but also being rigorous is “love”, well, if there is any, in my humble opinion, Of course, bullying or naming (or proactively doing actual harm) is just outrageous; but “staying away not to make any comments for someone for right now” (deliberately not doing anything) could be a form of “love”, well, of mine. Doing something seemingly nice now might cause the same thing; he / she has got something to be fundamentally rectified. For this kind of situation, I may, do, talk but won’t take care of it, to the very end. For this, I may be a bit cold; In addition, I could be a sort of minimalist determined to “cut off” what are not needed for me, say, belongings in my room, my own relationships, or the list of phone numbers for my iPhone. There are, frankly, relationships hard to wean myself (you know, frankly) from, but you sometimes have to go forward to, well, detach yourself from something.

Someone real does not really mind whether he / she is real. Someone fake, on the other hand, does. So, right now for me, someone who does not talk to fathom his / her own way very much looks cool, the way I want to follow.

One time, they tended to say, say in the world of hip hop or something, that “this guy is real; that guy is fake” or something. You know, someone real won’t utter that “he / she” is real. Someone real does not really mind whether he / she is real. Someone fake, on the other hand, does. So, right now for me, someone who does not talk to fathom his / her own way very much looks cool, the way I want to follow. A good way to discern people, indeed. When I was young, I was influenced by, I admit, those judgements of others on being real or not; now I have grown up to be able to discern to feel what they say and why, Or I want to stay put that way. Indeed.

I admittedly belong to that silent majority in the world of TV.

TV is, something that I loved to keep watching in my childhood. If “to show up!” is a message, “not to show up” is another, so I figure. When someone is not in the space he or she may be supposed to be in, or me myself, that someone might’ve got his / her own idea for that. That you won’t show up, rather intentionally, could be a message of the silent majority. Well, either way. I admittedly belong to that silent majority in the world of TV. Come to ask me why I don’t show up when I don’t. But rather than explaining each of these, while not disrespecting each other, sending out my messages through what I want to do or what I do would be a better way to exert my energy. If you can afford time to be complaining, go do something creative, exemplify by yourself while others stay to be a loser; if you are not the very loser, you will have more of time for yourself with more of “vibes” sprouting out, and energy, and health, right.

 

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