Yesterday, I went to do what people on december normally do: shopping.
But, it was different, I did not rent a car, or drove my own, or take the bus and subway; I took my bike. I drove through paths and streets, complaining myself about living in this fucking third world country with so little space for humans in benefit of cars, and not to mentions bikers; yes those down to earth people who actually care about global warming, nature and stuff.
I ended my shopping day, and disposed myself to go back home, tricking with even more people, more cars, and more problems; I saw a light, oh what a bright, I saw empty streets; suddenly I thought “what a nightmare, the zombie apocalypse has come”, FML; but no, there was a running marathon, the main street was close for drivers, and people were running free. All I saw was smiling faces, a sense of freedom, a sense of liberty like I never sensed before, was liberating. I can tell, I felt the vibe, the good vibe of people doing what they actually wanted to do in life: be free.
ps: the marathon was sponsored by Nike (surprise?), but who cares? That dragon company let us feel good for a moment.
froze my heart while I melt yours.
be the one who time won´t pass
“YES WE CAN IN AMERICA, NO YOU CAN’T IN MUSLIM STATES- SUBMIT AND OPPRESSED AND YOU LIKE LIVING LIKE THIS- DISGRACE I tollerate you because I feel sorry for you savages and ask Jesus to save your wretched souls, convert now to Christ and there is still hope. Muhammed gave you a rug and flip flops. Mine gives you internet and cable and also hot Republican women.”
Fruits. I love.
Tenias que irte para hacerme entender lo importante que es cultivar la amistad. Agradecido de haberte conocido, haber compartido 3 años y mas contigo. La vida es demasiado injusta; supongo esta celosa de las personas felices. Ojalá nos veamos donde el tiempo no pase y las risas no paren.
Anonymous asked: Where r you from?
From the world.