Monday, March 12, 2012


Last night, I was traumatized by a picture in facebook. It was really bad. I removed it my wall but just few seconds again, when I scroll down a fanpage, it was there again.

This leads me ponder: Why do we fear? And why do fear follow us, show up repeatedly? Have we lost faith and hope due to constant disappointments?  How long does it take for us to overcome a nightmare? When we choose to erase a bad memory, will it ever surface again? And if it did surface, will we be ready to smash it down and walk over it with dignity and confidence?

Too many questions will make one loose appetite. So, down to action and results. Did a psychology test to find out if I am still normal:

Snapshot Report

Existential Anxiety


Your score on this scale was low, indicating that you are generally satisfied with life and are able to handle the fact that there are things beyond your control. You likely feel pretty good about yourself on the whole, and generally don't experience a debilitating amount of worry over the future. Individuals with this profile are typically able to find some kind of meaning in their lives, which alleviates the occasional feeling of futility. Although you have flashes of existential anxiety from time to time, you are able to get a grip on them before they send you on a downward spiral. This positive outlook certainly has a profound effect on the way you view the world and your role in it.

Wee, satan, God is with me. Time to have dinner with family! Happy holidays =D

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