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Apr. 9th, 2004 | 01:10 am
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音楽: Matrix Revolutions, the movie!!! Yay

Okay, I need to say one thing first.... Matrix Revolution, finally in my possession!! And since purchase, I have viewed the film four times already!!! Ouch. Learning all the lines and more, of course. I love the series, and apologize to those who are not interested.

This week, I am load with questions to make your mind think..... READY?? Ma Kau kau???

Why is it that teachers are greatly needed to reteach the society, needed to teach people how to read and open their minds so that they can find what they want to do to contribute back to society and become a part of it, yet teacher are the most least respected professionals there are?? A job the not only teaches lives, but helps creates societies, you would think would be more valuable than anything there is, yet teachers are more and more disrespected than anything else.

Why is it okay for to love a woman 15 - 20 years older, but if he were to share emotions for someone younger, he is considered a pervert??

Why is men are more attracted to younger women and look at old women as something unnecessary?

Why does God say "love thy neighbor," but then says, "only those who believe will be redeemed?"

Why do we continue to pay for insurance, but if we are careful drivers, never use it??

If religion institutions are created to provide spiritual guidance, why do we need to "pay" for services?

Well, the list goes on....

I know I have not posted in a while, and I appreciate all those who show concern for my welfare. Please do continue to read and keep in touch. Would love to hear comments regarding some of the questions. Take care.

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jwacha

From: jwacha
Date: Apr. 9th, 2004 01:38 pm (UTC)
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The Matrix, I loved the first one, but I haven't seen either of the sequels. I had that fear that they wouldn't be as good the first, and would be sadly disappointing. Besides, I was at sea when they were released. I understand the multiple viewings though. I always want to see movies I love a few times. I'm planning on going to see Eternal Sunshine again this weekend, if it is still in theaters.
Teachers are undervalued, I'm not sure why. I guess that even though they perform a vital duty, the job isn't all that glamorous.
As for the age thing, it's all relative. I'm 24, but I think that it would be wrong for me to be involved with anyone under 18 of course (not to mention illegal, at least I think it's illegal.) But I have no problem dating guys 10+ years older than I am.
I'm not the one to answer religious questions... I got a visit last night by three girls from a church I went to twice, I was already in my pjs even though is was only 8, hehe.
And insurance, I think its one of those Murphy's Law type of things, if you are prepared for an accident, it won't happen :)

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hisensei808

From: hisensei808
Date: Apr. 9th, 2004 08:33 pm (UTC)
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Wow, you saw Eternal Sunshine?? What did you like about it?? I saw it and thought it to be quite unique. Jim Carrey was certainly out of his normal character in that film. I will not say it was bad thing, but just surprising to see him take on a serious role.

Age and love: Good to see that you are open minded about that. Personally, I am "old" but don't really look it, nor do I feel it. hahahah. I do hope that one day I meet my "Trinity."

Don't worry about the religoius thing, it is just something I think about whenever I am face to face with Christianity.

finally, Murphy's law::: hahaha, goood one. So, lets all cancel out insurance policies and see what happens. Bwahahahahaaaaah!

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jwacha

From: jwacha
Date: Apr. 10th, 2004 02:59 am (UTC)
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I liked how the relationship between Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet's characters was represented. It seemed honest to me. I liked the movie a lot, but I think I need to see it again I will probably go tomorrow night. I missed the beginning and I got confused a little bit.

So how old is old? That guy Ken, he thinks that he is old, but he's only 39, I don't think that it is though.

hehe, I'm keeping my insurance!

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hisensei808

From: hisensei808
Date: Apr. 10th, 2004 09:48 am (UTC)
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Well, the beginning is also at the end, so if you paid attention to the end, then you know what happened at the beginning. I would recommend watching it again though, you will catch all that you missed the first time. Personally, I thought their relationship was pretty awesome too. It was a unique film, I will say that much.


Okay, I am not as old as Ken, but I am seven years older than you. However, I am my heart tends to stay at the age 10, and I guess that is why shildren love me sooo much. I am just one big kid (then again aren't most men??)

Yea, I think I had better keep mine too, hee hee.

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From: 1warrior
Date: Apr. 9th, 2004 08:22 pm (UTC)
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why does god love everybody, but makes an eternal punishment as hell.

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hisensei808

From: hisensei808
Date: Apr. 9th, 2004 08:50 pm (UTC)
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OOO, good one!!! Whoo hoo!! I missed that one, good point!!

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From: 1warrior
Date: Apr. 9th, 2004 09:28 pm (UTC)
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lol, I've been wondering about that one for a long time!

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hisensei808

From: hisensei808
Date: Apr. 9th, 2004 09:51 pm (UTC)
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Well, then it is great to finally meet someone who feels the same as I do about all of this religious nonsense. I do hope to hear more from you. Hey, how come you are not thinking about going to a four year college??? Just curious. I mean you have the potential for a four year university and I think you will fair well in one.

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From: 1warrior
Date: Apr. 10th, 2004 12:38 pm (UTC)
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Oh. Well Leaving high school now, I only have algebra, and I do need two more years of math to at least get into a four year college. =P Religious nonsense? haha. Are you an athesist?

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hisensei808

From: hisensei808
Date: Apr. 10th, 2004 01:15 pm (UTC)
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good question... I am not athesist, for I do think that there is something out there that watches over us, I just don't quite have a name for it. If anything, I would say I am buddhist as I love the philosophies behind Buddhismm, and it is more tangible for me to comphrend and work with. What I do not like about Buddhist organizations it the fact that the do what every other religious organization does, feed you lines stating thhat to be a true buddhist you must recruit more people. I think religion is something everyone is free to explore and there should not be organizations that say, if you believe, then promote." Why? I think what that does is make every other religious belief invalid, and that is how religious wars begin. yadda yadda yadda, I am probably boring the heck out oof you with this. But that is where I stand on religion. laters

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From: 1warrior
Date: Apr. 10th, 2004 01:30 pm (UTC)
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No, I find what you are saying very interesting. I believe that its nonsense to promote religions in order to join. Makes me feel like I'm becoming a groupie to something, lol, and I perfer to be an individual. I'm spiritual, you could say... After reading "The Life Of Pi" The boy who studied 3 religions... I'm more apt to believe that I can believe in many religions at the same time.

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