Also about living+33Many people use writing, reading and movies to forget about their lives and be someone else - while that works for a short period of time, you have to realize that eventually the pen will run out of ink, the book will close and the director will call cut. You just have to appreciate it while it lasted and, instead of living through the fictional lives of others, make your own story worth living... amirite?
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Also about Animals & Nature+6Animals should have at least animal welfare, amirite? More
Also about creature+1,982Images of brain neurons and synapses look eerily similar to images of space and galaxies, making you wonder: what if "space" is the brain or cells of some other giant creature (or maybe God) and we are a tiny part of it, and what if that creature is just a tiny part of another, larger creature, and what if, within ourselves, we are each a "universe" to other things, amirite?
Also about living and creature+367It's frustrating that most books written for teenagers now are about vampires, werewolves or some other 'fantasy-creature living in the real world', amirite?
Also about living+85If you're living in a city with a zoo, you're probably closer to an elephant at any time than most of the people living in Africa. amirite?
Also about living+10Your world is full of magic; you are fully experiencing life the way you have always dreamed of. It is a life full of adventures, where anything is possible. You have never felt so happy and loved. But then you find out that the universe you have been living in only exists within your mind and that your real body has have been locked into a comatose spell. If you can continue living this alternate life without any repercussions to you in the real world, you would decide not to return to the real world, amirite? More
Also about living+178Fulfillment doesn't simply mean achieving your utmost dream in life but also living a life that has made the lives of other worth living, amirite?
Also about Animals & Nature+51It’s normal to say "kitty cat", "puppy dog" or "bunny rabbit", but completely weird to say "calf cow", "duckling duck", or "kid goat", amirite?