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From December 22, 2007
(blog started with: the WIND)
You and I
You and I, we are but waves at sea--
and I believe we've reached the shore....
where the depths of the sea is far away...
and all we have left is shallow water.
an analysis of my world system
I do what I do for you
and you exploit me.
You fuel me with words, for me to believe.
And it hides all the hurt you've made me go though.
I hurt. But what can I do? You
are the core
of my world system
I am just one
of your many peripheries
hey guys i know this is seems a little lameish, but you should try anyway :D cmon, u know u want to :P
|You Are A Romantic Realist|
You tend to be grounded when it comes to romance.
Sure, you can fall hard... but only for someone you've gotten to know.
And once you're in love, you can be a total romantic goofball...
But you'd never admit it to your friends!
the rules of the game
Rules exist to maintain order, to promote fairness. Rules exist to prevent biases, to put off injuries. But the rules of the game of THIS one is different. In this game, there are no rules. No order, no fairness. All biases, all injuries.
There is no name for this game.
Like a game of ball, there is a play:
Like any other game, there are rules:
There is no name for this game.
Is a relationship of mutual dependence possible?
Yes, but there is always a chance one party is more vulnerable than the other
because at any time, the other party could just walk away from the relationship they work hard to build because for some reason he/she perceives the benefit of leaving higher than the cost of staying.
In a sense, it is only when each party realizes that they still have control over their own entities, that they recognize their sovereignity.
If you’re a liberalist, there might appear this notion that
“maybe this one’s different”
but then again, what guarantee does one have?
One must engage in self-help, and act cautiously to the idea of ventures requiring trust since in a state of anarchy;
the name of the game, is survival.
six steps to a security dilemma
step 1. he had fallen for her, but he is scared. she can't know. so he channels his love to someone else.
step 2. she falls for him. she gets jealous. he has someone else. he can't know. she channels her love to someone else.
step 3. he gets jealous, but he can't show. because she has someone else. he doubles his effort to someone else.
step 4. she is scared. she can't show. because he has someone else, and she has someone else. so she builds on her relationship with someone else.
step 5. he can't have her, but he's falling even more for her, but she can't know. they both have someone else.
step 6. she falls even more for him. but she what she knows is that he loves someone else. so she keeps herself away from him, and goes with someone else.
and it just goes on....
*security dilemma: a concept in realism
. "in the course of providing for one's own security, the state in question will automatically be fueling the insecurity of other states." "Security dilemma exists when the military preparations of one state create an unresolvable uncertainty in the mind of another as to whether those preparations are for defensive purposes only (to enhance its security in an uncertain world)....."(Realism by Timothy Dunne) so other states raise up their defenses, and in the process, makes the initial state insecure enough to re-raise it's defenses.
Major cause of it all: UNCERTAINTY