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still alive [May. 27th, 2004|12:22 am]
[Current Mood |sleepysleepy]
[Current Music |Blue Man Group's "Up To The Roof"]

Let us ponder the recent events and realize just what is happening to me. My father raised me with the ideals of a knight. Albeit, my chivalry is some what chasened by the chauvenistic overtones in today's world. IT is really ennoying b/c girls are weirded out when I open the door for them. Guys are not. Nobility is not acting greater than everyone else. Nobility stems from its root word: noble. Treating others with respect and acting as you are responsible for all people falls under the purview of being noble. A noble, a true noble is self-sacrificing. Such can be the sense of anyone in this day of age. Why do the people of this age hold back? A utopian society can not even start if a few are not willing to make the first sacrifices. If to sacrifice everying for society is noble then, being able to survive and still be able to help others is heroic. When my father forged me to be noble, I had the intent to become a hero. I have always been surounded by images and stories of heroes. That alone has held my intrige more than anything else. Look at my favorite video games. They are not the faceless "shoot-'em-ups". They are rather the Story based RPG/Adventure games. When I was in 5th and 6th my favorite books to read were the Greek myths. I never could take books with talking animals and other such "childness". In every hero story there is a decent. Mine started last fall. Hopefully I have crossed the next to last guardian this week. Hopefulkly tomorrow I can Narfle the Garthock (thank you "Cone-Heads"). Wish me luck...

[User Picture]From: the_edge_walker
2004-09-17 08:11 pm (UTC)

This one is for the few who will know..

Who are you again?
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