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Life is pretty much like playing Lego - you build stuff. Whether it is building a Lego structure alone, or with someone; whether you build a nice house that is empty inside, or an ugly house but marvelous on the inside; whether we aspire to build like someone else, or to destroy someone else’s building - The only thing that actually matters is, what you do with “your” Lego pieces. If your building breaks, you learn from it so that you can rebuild a stronger structure, and maybe if you’re lucky you can see and repair your weak points, before it breaks.

WORKING HARDHey what’s up :)it’s been a while since I posted, and I figured that now might be a randomly great time to post something on Tumblr :P
Anyway, here are my current thoughts on a very interesting person.The individual I am speaking of, is named Elliot Hulse.Elliot Hulse, is firstly an incredible character, and has two channels on youtube, where one of his channels focuses on a giving advice to viewers, on how to work out properly, as well as help keeping viewers motivated on working out. The second channel however, focuses a lot more on the mental, psychological part of an individual, helping people to achieve something that he calls “the strongest version of themselves”. It is this channel that I find mostly interesting.The concept of a person’s “strongest version of himself”, is generally a broad concept, and a subjective matter. However, being the strongest version of oneself, does demand the basic prerequisites of personality charm. Confidence is a good example, letting go of certain things, to become a better person and the list goes on.

Elliot brings up topics, people generally never think of/learn about, since these advises usually come with age and wisdom. Not only does he give advice, he also shows examples on how to live by them. Although a lot of the advises Elliot advises are basically comprised of common sense. People tend to take for granted that there are other people who have never had the luxury of anyone giving them advises, basically some of us stagnate in maturity and perspective necessary for many of us guys to become real “Men”. He takes the role of a father figure, the wise man’s figure. And the best part about his advises, is that it’s on youtube, and it is not personally directed to you, so it spares you the humility, something that I need to work on (this is also a topic Elliot brings up “Get uncomfortable”)To conclude my thoughts, the purpose of this spontaneous post, is to share what I have experienced, and to see if others share the same conclusion.That’s it for now… I’m thinking of posting vlogs in the near future :) we’ll see :D

WORKING HARD

Hey what’s up :)

it’s been a while since I posted, and I figured that now might be a randomly great time to post something on Tumblr :P

Anyway, here are my current thoughts on a very interesting person.
The individual I am speaking of, is named Elliot Hulse.

Elliot Hulse, is firstly an incredible character, and has two channels on youtube, where one of his channels focuses on a giving advice to viewers, on how to work out properly, as well as help keeping viewers motivated on working out. The second channel however, focuses a lot more on the mental, psychological part of an individual, helping people to achieve something that he calls “the strongest version of themselves”. It is this channel that I find mostly interesting.

The concept of a person’s “strongest version of himself”, is generally a broad concept, and a subjective matter. However, being the strongest version of oneself, does demand the basic prerequisites of personality charm. Confidence is a good example, letting go of certain things, to become a better person and the list goes on.

Elliot brings up topics, people generally never think of/learn about, since these advises usually come with age and wisdom. Not only does he give advice, he also shows examples on how to live by them. Although a lot of the advises Elliot advises are basically comprised of common sense. People tend to take for granted that there are other people who have never had the luxury of anyone giving them advises, basically some of us stagnate in maturity and perspective necessary for many of us guys to become real “Men”. He takes the role of a father figure, the wise man’s figure. And the best part about his advises, is that it’s on youtube, and it is not personally directed to you, so it spares you the humility, something that I need to work on (this is also a topic Elliot brings up “Get uncomfortable”)

To conclude my thoughts, the purpose of this spontaneous post, is to share what I have experienced, and to see if others share the same conclusion.

That’s it for now… I’m thinking of posting vlogs in the near future :) we’ll see :D

Hello every one :)

Today (tonight) I have decided that I will try out an experiment.

The experiment involves improving one’self, to the achieve something fairly interesting.

This Process will probably take about a year to complete

It involves physical, intellectual and mental improvement. :)

hope everyone has a wonderful time :) enjoy.

Hangover speaking

I feel like an artist, wishing the world was more colorful, as I dance around the cold and hard vignette of my own inevitable maturity.

My enticing introduction

Hello, hola, こんにちは! welcome to my blog.

Whether this introduction is enticing or not will be for you to decide. I am, however, fairly positive over the fact that this post really is an introduction, due to my adamant resolution of it being so. So let’s begin.

My name is *** ***** and I am ** years old, and this very blog, the one where your eyes are currently feeding your brain information, is an art blog. What kind of art? - well anything that comes into mind, may it be photoshopped pictures, photography, music, knowledge - basically anything.

Now, please do take care of your lovely fingers, and I kindly wish you a safe journey browsing my blog - though there’s nothing to be worried about *smirks

Enjoy :)