What Are You?

What Are You?


Are you your body? Well, kind of, right? But, is there a line
where this stops being true? How much of yourself can you remove
before you stop being you, and does the question even make sense? Your physical existence is cells,
trillions of them, at least ten times more
than there are stars in the Milky Way. A cell is a living being, a machine made
of up to 50 thousand different proteins. It has no consciousness, no will,
no purpose; it just is, but it is still an individual. Together, your cells form huge structures
for jobs like preparing food, gathering resources,
transporting stuff around, scanning the environment,
and so on. If you extract cells from your body
and put them in the right environment, they will continue to
stay alive for a while, so your cells can exist without you,
but you can’t exist without them. If we take all the cells away,
there is no “you” anymore. Is there a line where
a pile of your cells stops being you? For example, if you donate an organ,
billions of your cells will continue to live on inside someone else. Does this mean that a part of you
became a part of another person, or is this other body
keeping a part of you alive? Or, let us imagine an experiment: you and a random person
from the street exchange cells. One at a time, your body
gets one of their cells; their body gets
one of your cells. At which point would they become you? Would they ever, or is this just
a very slow and gross way to teleport you? Let’s make this more complicated! The image of ourselves as
a static thing is untenable. Almost all of your cells have to die
during your lifetime. Two hundred and fifty million have died
since the beginning of this video, alone, between one and three million per second. In a seven-year period, most of your cells
are replaced at least once. Every time your cells’ setup changes,
you are slightly different than before, so a part of you is dying constantly. If you are lucky enough to become old, you would have cycled through roughly
a million billion cells, so what you consider yourself
is really just a snapshot, but sometimes, cells are broken
and don’t want to die questioning the very nature
of the unity of our bodies. We call them cancer. They cancel
the biological social contract and become basically immortal. Cancer is not an outside invader; it’s a part of you that
puts its own survival over yours, but you could also argue that a cancer
cell becomes another entity inside us; another being that just wants to
thrive and survive. Can we blame it for that? A chilling cell story is that of
Henrietta Lacks, a young cancer patient who died in 1951. Usually, cells only survived
for a few days in the lab, making research very hard. Henrietta’s cancer cells were immortal. Over the decades, they were multiplied
over and over again and used for countless research projects
saving countless lives. Henrietta’s cells are still alive
and overall have been grown to at least 20 tons of biomass, so there are living parts around the world
from someone who has been considered dead for decades. How much of Henrietta is in these cells? What makes one of
your cells “you,” anyway? Maybe the information contained in it,
your DNA? Until recently, it was believed that
all the cells in your body had basically the same genetic code, but it turns out this is wrong. Your genome is mobile,
changing over time through mutations
and environmental influences. This is especially the case in your brain. According to recent discoveries, a single
neuron in an adult brain has more than one thousand mutations in its
genetic code that are not present in the cells surrounding it,
but how much “you” is your DNA, really? About eight percent of the human genome
is made up of viruses that once infected our ancestors and merged with us. Mitochondria, power plants of the cell,
once were bacteria that merged with the ancestors of your cells.
They still have their own DNA. An average cell has hundreds of them,
hundreds of little things that are not really human,
but they still kind of are. It is confusing.
Let’s backtrack a bit. We know that you’re made up of
trillions of little things made from more little things
that are constantly changing. Together, all those little things
are not static, but dynamic. Their composition and condition
is changing constantly, so we might just be a self-sustaining
pattern without clear borders that gained self-awareness at some point
and now has the ability to think about itself
through time and space, but really only exists in
this exact very moment. Where did this pattern start: with your conception,
when the first human arose, when life first began
conquering our small planet, or when the elements that make up your
body were forged in a star? Our human brains evolved
to deal with absolutes. The fuzzy borders that make up reality
are hard to grasp. Maybe ideas like beginning and end,
life and death, you and me, are really not absolutes, but ideas
belonging to a fluent pattern; a pattern that is lost in this strange
and beautiful universe. (Shifting to the voice of CGP Grey)
The problem of who we are isn’t just a question of ourselves,
but it’s also a question of our minds. Just as our cells can be divided and
separated from us, so can our very brains be divided and separated from us
while still in the skull. Click here to go to my channel
and watch the next part. Okay, so now, go watch CGP Grey’s video. If you’re not yet subscribed
to his channel, you should really change that now. Subtitles by the Amara.org community

A Bug’s Hard Life | Lele Pons

A Bug’s Hard Life | Lele Pons


[MUSIC]>>VIOLET BENSON: My precious!>>COCKROACH: Is this [BLEEP] saying something?>>VIOLET BENSON: I’ll be back guys.
>>SPIDER: Yeah she is. She’s talking to us.>>BUGS: Bye…>>COCKROACH: Bye [BLEEP].>>BEE: Who the [BLEEP] are you guys?>>BUTTERFLY: Wait, aren’t you that guy from the TV show?>>SPIDER: You the guy from MTV cribs!>>COCKROACH: That’s me!>>SPIDER: The crib!>>BEE: Oh my gosh, from the cribs?>>COCKROACH: Yeah, I mean life was good back then. Yo, what’s up? It’s your boy Racha. Cuca-racha. Y’all get it? Yo, I’m gonna take you to the racha crib. Damn, I hate ants. Cause I was in the apartment first before that [BLEEP].>>KID 1: Hey, look at the cockroach!>>COCKROACH: You know why I’m alive? Because they can’t catch me.>>KID 2: Cockroach!>>KID 1: Let’s kill it!>>COCKROACH: They can’t find me [BLEEP]! Hold on, I just wanna make sure the [BLEEP] ain’t here. Welcome to my apartment! Yes! This is where I put all my [BLEEP]. This was Thanksgiving. That’s the [BLEEP] that killed my family. Anyways, let me show you some more [BLEEP]. She bought bug spray! Ha-ha-ha. And this is where I sleep. [ ♪ La Cucaracha ♪ ] Hey yo, so thank you guys for watching my crib.>>MOM: La cucaracha!>>COCKROACH: Gotta go!>>MOM: La cucaracha!
>>COCKROACH: I’m out of this [BLEEP]!>>COCKROACH: And that’s why I hate humans.>>SPIDER: Try dealing with a super human man!>>BUTTERFLY: What the [BLEEP] are you talking about?>>SPIDER: Y’all don’t know who I am?>>BUGS: No.>>SPIDER: I’m the spider that bit Spider-Man.>>SPIDER-MAN: Ah! What the [BLEEP] was that!>>SPIDER: Aye! That was me.>>SPIDER-MAN: What?>>SPIDER: I bit you. I’m human now, right?>>SPIDER-MAN: No, you’re a spider.>>SPIDER: If I’m not human, then that means… Embrace the Spider, Pete! And reverse it! Okay, you got it! But it ain’t all about the looks, Pete! [BLEEP]. Okay. Okay. Okay. Let me see you do a handstand. Can you do that?>>SPIDER-MAN: Yep.>>SPIDER: [BLEEP]>>SPIDER-MAN: Did I make you proud? Huh?>>SPIDER: Man you alright, you alright. I’m about to teach you how to save all the [BLEEP].>>SPIDER-MAN: I get to save the world!>>SPIDER: Yeah, that too. This is the spider senses. Do you hear anybody asking for help? [GIRL SCREAMING FOR HELP]>>SPIDER-MAN: I hear a [BLEEP]!>>SPIDER: You do?>>SPIDER-MAN: Wait for me! [GIRL SCREAMING]>>SPIDER-MAN: Freeze! [GUYS SCREAMING]>>GIRL: You saved me! How did you do that?>>SPIDER-MAN: All by myself.>>BEE: That’s a lie.>>SPIDER: Oh, so you thought he just got bit and started doing all these tricks?>>COCKROACH: But, did you smash tho?>>SPIDER: No man, but I think Pete did.>>BUTTERFLY: I completely get you. It’s so hard being a bug.>>COCKROACH: How? Girl, you beautiful!>>BEE: You’re a [BLEEP] butterfly.>>BUTTERFLY: I wasn’t always beautiful. I was a caterpillar once.>>LADYBUG 1: Check out that bug. What is that? Ew, what is that? It’s not even a bug.>>LADYBUG 2: That’s what we eat.>>LADYBUG 3: Oh, that’s sad. She forgot her lunch.>>LADYBUG 2: Hold up, is she trying to do the worm?>>LADYBUG 1: Is she hurting herself?>>LADYBUG 3: Why is she humping the ground?>>LADYBUG 1: Is she having a seizure? Oh my God, is she walking over to us?>>BUTTERFLY: What’s up my [BLEEP]? My mom says I’m gonna have wings one day. [LADYBUGS LAUGHING]>>LADYBUG 1: Um, no you’re not.>>BUTTERFLY: Uh, yes I am.>>LADYBUG 2: I know butterflies and you look nothing like them.>>LADYBUG 1: Nothing.>>BUTTERFLY: He’s not even a lady bug. He’s a man.>>LADYBUG 3: You know what? Don’t talk to me like that.>>LADYBUG 1 & 2: Oh [BLEEP] no.>>BUTTERFLY: Stop! No!>>LADYBUG 1: You’ll never be a ladybug.>>LADYBUG 3: Never.>>LADYBUG 2: Nobody can mess with us.>>GIRL: Oh my God! Ladybugs!>>BUTTERFLY: Humans! [LADYBUGS SCREAM] Can’t say [BLEEP]. I’m so sad. You know, it’s so much->>BEE: Oh please guys! Okay, stop whining. My life is hard, okay? I do everything for myself. Oh my God. I’m so tired! Hey! Can you guys slow down? I’m gonna fall!>>BEE HELPER 1: Clear a path people!>>BEE: [BLEEP]
>>BEE HELPER: Move!>>BEE: Stop walking so fast!
>>BEE HELPERS: Move!>>BEE: You guys don’t do anything right! Ow! I’m sorry, do you not see me walking? Watch where you’re going you->>BEE HELPER 2: It’s a [BLEEP] tree.>>BEE: Hm? What? I’m sorry, did you say something?>>BEE HELPER 2: Oh, um…>>BEE: Did someone say something? Speak when spoken to! Get the [BLEEP] tree! [BEE HELPERS YELLING AT TREE]>>BEE HELPER 1: Black and yellow turf!>>BEE HELPER 3: I’m gonna turn your [BLEEP] into a piece of paper! [BEE HELPERS YELLING AT TREE] [BEE HELPERS TALKING] [BEE LAUGHING]>>BEE: Are you having fun?>>BEE HELPER 1: Yeah, we were…
>>BEE: Yeah, you’re fired. Get out of here.>>BEE: Sample time! A hundred mother mother can’t tell me nothing. I beez… Hello? We’re gonna start this from the top. I beez in the trap.>>ALL BEES: Bee, beez in trap.>>BEE HELPERS: Beez in the trap. Beez, beez in the trap.>>BEE: Beez! Beez! Beez-uh! Beez in the trap! What?>>BUTTERFLY: What?>>BEE: Oh my God! What?>>VIOLET BENSON: Run you guys…>>SPIDER: How is it? What?>>BEE: Move! [BUGS SCREAMING] [EXIT MUSIC]

Epidemic “One Life” (Produced By Esco) Music Video

Epidemic “One Life” (Produced By Esco) Music Video


Epidemic “One Life”
Somethin’ For Tha Listeners Produced by Esco
Cuts by Dixie Chorus (Tek-nition)
Yo it’s one life to live, so if you focusing on funds ice and cribs
It’s a gamble so it’s one price to bid nigga (yo so why lie)
And those who run trife get bids, through these rough nights the sunlight gets hid nigga
(so why try) Im Tryna get up off these streets, cause if
I make it son we all can eat (see that’s why I try)
Cause dwelling in this hell gets tough, tryna excel before I self destruct Verse 1 (Tek-nition)
Its like I’m pulling off a gem, the recognition I put in off the gym
Define me as your dynasty when you’re pulling off your brim, salute
I never lay-up cause I’m good from off the rim
Once I get on your nerves, I’ma have you pulling off your skin
My roots is royalty, which can signify my loyalty and being dishonorable can boil me
You feel the need to address me then look up and speak
I ain’t the type for diss records over hooks and a beat
And I would never let my stress loose to cook up the streets
Plus I got nieces and my nephews that look up to me
To all my niggas in a trap tryna push to a key
Incarcerated, now them crackers tryna push you to plea, now that’s a trap for ya
It may not look as it seems I got ya back brotha
Turn your nightmare to a dream then I’ll be back for ya
My shorty look as a queen, how can I pass on her
All that back she put in them jeans with all that ass on her
Frenchy, my goal is to resuscitate the game No standard rookie can ever play the same,
my art’s infinite Your mark or blemish couldn’t fluctuate the
stain If you borrowed my thoughts for a minute I’d
suffocate your brain But then again that’s a love and hatred thing
Too over analytical won’t sell my soul over grands that’s pitiful
It’s business and I overstand residual I know your plan so I don’t need no one to
hold my hand like I’m in middle school So I won’t swear under your oath or your allegation
So I won’t stand to that smoke when you stand to satan
That’s my perplexion as an educated learner nigga
Now watch me kill the game premeditated murder nigga Chorus (Tek-nition)
So if you focusing on funds ice and cribs It’s a gamble so it’s one price to bid nigga (yo so why lie)
And those who run trife get bids, through these rough nights the sunlight gets hid nigga
(so why try) Im Tryna get up off these streets, cause if
I make it son we all can eat (see that’s why I try)
Cause dwelling in this hell gets tough, tryna excel before I self destruct Verse 2 (Hex One)
I spit what foes be tryna outdo But these little pricks below me got a mouthful
They’ll tell you switch the flow then try to doubt you, to get this doe
I think of all the pits and falls that I done bounced through
So what the fuck could make you think you know what I’ll amount to punks
I seek my own fate, and taking L’s is what propels my feet to home plate
I never fell, through severed trails I keep my road straight
And just in case if heaven fails my thesis holds weight in hell
Until my cold state prevails, but before I’m laying deep in a hole
Son I’ll be racing through this treasonous globe looking for reasons like
I wonder what a jealous nigga sees in his soul
If he wasn’t hating now, he’d probably be achieving his goals
A focused mind, see I’m careful who I hang out with
Cause most the time them niggas ain’t ’bout shit, I’m close with mine
If we’re broke its fine, but if there’s rope then you’re supposed to climb
What I wrote’s divine, I’m like coke but with doper lines
So if blood is thicker than water, then liquor is hope
Cause sometimes mud is thicker than both, you throwing dirt on me
You turn ya back on ya team, and that shit hurts homie
So what does loyalty mean and what’s it worth for me?
Everything nigga, word up, now tell me that wasn’t some real shit Bridge
“I make these, I sell ’em for twenty dollars a piece. I thank god, you know
That I do have a place that I can do my artwork, you know. Um, I guess that’s all.” (for real) Verse 3 (Tek-nition)
Life decisions can be so contradicting I remember wanting my watch to glisten
Cop a whip and stunt while my biological clock is ticking
But time is different I struggle to keep a pot to piss in
Kissing my boss’ ass to keep my tabs on this heartless system
Niggas from school is on the same ol’ shit Still sticking their dirty dick up in the
same ol’ bitch It’s a shame but who’s to blame I’m on my
same ol’ tip Dreams of touring but I remain home sick while
mind traveling like Running in place but never caught up with
life Too light to be black and always been too
dark to be white But I’m different so fuck a pigment what you
thought to be right Is a figment we all fought for these stripes
Blaming the whites for your ignorant asses When section 8 is your primitive action, living
for fashion Many kicks but have minimal assets (nigga)
There’s more to life than living in a scheme When most you nigga’s rims is bigger than
your dreams I’m swimming on to bigger better things cause
these Sierra Leone’s Ain’t coming with me when they bury these
bones, God knows I don’t give a fuck about being the heir to
the throne Long as he spares me in his likeness when
he carries me home Chorus (Tek-nition)
Yo it’s one life to live, so if you focusing on funds ice and cribs
It’s a gamble so it’s one price to bid nigga (yo so why lie)
And those who run trife get bids, through these rough nights the sunlight gets hid nigga
(so why try) Im Tryna get up off these streets, cause if
I make it son we all can eat (see that’s why I try)
Cause dwelling in this hell gets tough, tryna excel before I self destruct (I’m tryna fly
high)

The epidemic of the “I Know All” expert | Mikhail (Doctor Mike) Varshavski | TEDxMonteCarlo

The epidemic of the “I Know All” expert | Mikhail (Doctor Mike) Varshavski | TEDxMonteCarlo


Translator: Thành H. Châu
Reviewer: Leonardo Silva You wake up. Before you even grab your cell phone, you say, “Today is the day. Today is the day
that I’m going to be proactive. I’m going to take control of my life. I’m going to go see the doctor. I’m going to get healthy.” So you sacrifice a day off work, you sit in one-hour standstill traffic, you even wait 30 minutes
in the office to see the doctor. Finally the doctor walks in, and all of that built-up
anxiety begins to fade. In the midst of your conversation, you ask the doctor a few questions, “Doctor, what’s the healthiest diet?” You get back, “I don’t know.” You say: “Okay, doctor.
You say I have a respiratory virus. Which virus is it?” Again, you get, “I don’t know.” Your mind begins to wonder whether or not this doctor
was properly educated. Finally, you ask, “Doctor, what is the reason
that the rate of autism is increasing?” You hear, “I don’t know,”
and your frustration hits a peak. Let’s stop this hypothetical for a second. I’m going to explain to you right now
why you need not be frustrated, and instead celebrate those who are not
afraid to say, “I don’t know.” The theme of this conference
is “License To Know.” But hopefully after this talk, you’ll be proud to say that you have
a license to say, “I don’t know.” My name is Doctor Mikhail Varshavski. Like it was mentioned earlier,
most know me as Doctor Mike. I’m an actively practicing
family medicine physician out of Overlook Medical Center
in the United States. I also happen to be the most
followed doctor on social media, with 3.5 millions subscribers. This gives me unique vantage point to witness an epidemic
within the healthcare space that receives so little attention, and that’s the epidemic of IKA, the epidemic of the “I Know All” expert. There are too many
of these experts out there, claiming to have all of the answers when the rest of the scientific
community has questions. Now, this may surprise you. But you and I are both
partially, if not more so, to blame for this epidemic. When someone says to us
they don’t know, we’re quick to judge,
we’re quick to dismiss. And in even a less cognizant way,
we support them with our clicks. We click on the catchy headlines, we click and purchase
those miracle cure-all products. Within medicine, there are two specific situations
where these IKA experts flourish. The first is the gray zone. That is when a question
within the field of medicine has not yet had a complete answer
by modern science. Take the increased rate of autism. You ask an honest, up-to-date doctor,
they’ll tell you, “We don’t know.” Now, you ask an IKA expert,
they’ll throw you a theory, and they’ll do it
in a very convincing fashion, so much so that they might even further
their career in one way or another. That’s the problem with these IKA experts. The second way that they do this is they do it in moments
where good medicine has proved that tangible positive effect
is only achieved through hard work and dedication. Take diet, take exercise, take sleep. The way to improve all of these things
is through hard work. But the IKA expert
will give you a shortcut. And I’m sure many of you here today
have heard of these shortcuts. Take, for instance, the shortcut
of the miracle weight-loss diet known as the cookie diet. Or better yet, the miracle detox plan that will detoxify your body
through a juice cleanse, will boost your immune system. How do these IKA experts cause you to ignore legitimate
scientific evidence and advice and listen to their theories? They do so through stress. When your mind is stressed,
your mind is very easily influenced. There’s a great book called
The Influential Mind. And there was a great example
from this book I’d like to share with you. Take September 11th, 2001,
in New York City, one of the worst
terrorist attacks of all time. The day after those terrorist attacks, distress in New York City
has an all-time high. It takes only one person to run and scream
to get hundreds to do the same. Now, if you take that same person
one day prior to the terrorist attacks, what will you get? You’ll get a lot of New Yorkers
looking at this person running and saying, “Ah, just another crazy New Yorker.” Your mind does not respond well to stress. As a survival mechanism, your mind uses stress as a way
to be influenced by the majority. So what these IKA experts do is they throw around words
like “cancer,” “disease,” “death,” even get your family involved at times. And that’s how they get you. Now, because of my social media fame, I find myself at a very
interesting crossroads between marketing and medicine. A marketer’s job is to sell product
or to push a brand, and they do so by studying
your human psyche to figure out the best way
to accomplish that. They often pair celebrities with products
in order to get better results, because they know that when you hear
advice from a familiar face, they’ll sell more products. I’m going to be honest
with you here today. I’ve received some of these offers
in near seven-figure totals to support the IKA products. Me! Imagine what a true celebrity gets
if I’m being offered these deals. Forget that. Imagine what these companies
make from IKA products that they’re able to pay
these huge sums of money. Look, I get it. We live in a fast-paced world. We want quick answers
and even faster results. But before you go on this desperate search
for answers and shortcuts, let’s talk about what a true expert is. A true expert not only looks at the current, most up-to-date
scientific evidence, but also looks at history as a guide. How many times have you heard
doctors go back and forth on the health benefits
and risks of coffee, something we all drink every day? In 1981, the New York Times
published a study that said two cups of coffee
increase the risk of pancreatic cancer. In 2017, we claimed
that coffee extends your life. Doctors used to advocate smoking
as a stress reliever. We used to believe that bloodletting,
a.k.a letting a patient bleed out, was a way to cure an infection. This doesn’t mean
that doctors are not smart. What this means is that expert opinion is and should be
considered the lowest form of evidence. That is what our job as a true expert is:
to explain that to the general population. Take any PhD in this room
and they’ll all tell you the same thing. The more years they’ve spent
studying a subject, the more they realize they don’t know, the more questions you have, because they more questions you have, that’s the sign of intelligence. Now, look, this isn’t just
a theoretical discussion, where we’re going to talk
about philosophical change and things of that nature. I’m going to have some
practical tips for you as well. Number 1: ask better questions. A doctor prescribes a treatment
or tells you not to go for a treatment. Ask, “Hey, doc, why do I need
these antibiotics? Do I even need these antibiotics?” When an IKA expert claims there’s
a miracle cure for whatever ails you, ask how is it possible that there are
millions of doctors across the world, whose sole mission,
and it’s the same mission, to eradicate diseases
and restore optimal health, don’t agree with them. Why is it the same five IKA experts
you see appearing in documentaries, talking about doom and gloom
from all the things that ail you. Second: understand basic research. Oftentimes these IKA experts
will tout a single study, and try and convince you
of their theories. Take the recent uproar of autism
and childhood immunizations. This uproar started from a single study, with 12 subjects, which was done by a doctor who’s been discredited
and lost their license. And yet, children are dying. So it’s your job to be
aware of this research. And here I’ll tell you how to do that. Know that the best form of research
is a metaanalysis. It’s a combination
of studies, not just one, which allows for the decreased likelihood
of chance and bias within the results. Note that newer studies are not
necessarily better than older studies. Know that studies
that focus on disease markers are not nearly as good as studies
that focus on outcomes and developments of disease. And no matter what media tells you
is a breakthrough, there is no single study that will influence
the field of medicine enough to change the standard of care. It can guide us, it can put itself into the context
of the entire body of evidence. to allow us to figure out what the true results are
and what they mean. And lastly, third: do not write off health professionals
who say “I don’t know.” Instead, what you should infer
is that this doctor is self-aware, this doctor acknowledges
scientific limitations. And most importantly, this doctor is not interested
in slimming your wallet. Let’s move away from the era
of juice cleanses, and move to an era we judge doctors
not by the answers, but by the quality of their questions. Do not be afraid to say, “I don’t know.” Thank you. (Applause)

🌹 A courageous tale of a charming boy with an infectious smile

🌹 A courageous tale of a charming boy with an infectious smile


This is a story about a boy and a girl A courageous tale of a charming boy with an infectious smile who gave his all to create a world he believed was worth living in for the ones he loved most. Before he embarked on this new adventure as a bright eyed 19 year old he wrote down 19 things that mattered most to him His life purpose This was what inspired the little girl with a bowl cut hair to begin her own journey of discovering what it meant to live a meaningful life I know you’re not suppose to get roses for your sibling but uh he was really extra and he liked red and I’m also very extra so.. red roses we have ??? we have red roses am I Yoda? I cannot talk Hey guys so I’m at one of my favorite places in the whole wide world this is my happy place I used to ditch school all the time to come here to just decompress and be alone in my own thoughts and think aaand… the purpose of this video is this my brother’s life purpose that I will read in a second I’d say this piece of paper played an integral role in shaping me into who I am today without doubt it really made me think about what it meant to live a meaningful life how to live a meaningful life what is a meaningful life andddd… this whole situation really helped me realize that that life is temporary that life is short that life is fragile that life is.. fickle anything can happen to us at any moment our lives our worlds can be turned upside down any second but with all that being said with the changes with the uncertainties with the sometimes very tragic and sad *untz untz car goes by lol* sometimes very tragic and sad occurrences, happenings… just.. life happening *swatting away bugs* it’s really up to us to decide.. how.. we’re going to react to it how we’re going to deal with it how we’re going to cope with it and I really really believe that within any situation, positive or negative we can extract.. you know, goodness and we can extract.. positive things we can always find a silver-lining in any situation if we want to if we try hard enough aaand… with all of this, that’s why I’m so at peace and I’m so accepting and I’m so.. okay with everything that’s happened with loss with.. life happening because.. I see a greater purpose I see a greater reasoning and um.. rambling :>without further ado let me just start reading this (life purpose) so at the very top he wrote: “what would you feel about someone if they died?” “what would others feel about you if you died?” and den, “what is my life purpose?” 1. to give love to the world 2. to accept everyone for who they are an love them unconditionally 3. to die for those I care about 4. to have the courage to die for my mission 5. to bring music to the world 6. to inspire others to heights mentally, morally or socially 7. to liberate society from its illusions and claims imposed by society itself 8. to write a book 9. to document the story of my life and have others learn from it 10. to be able to move thousands of people to tears 11. to remind people that life is good and to keep living 12. to help others find themselves 13. to find myself 14. to educate people less fortunate than I am 15. to show love to the people that care most about me 16. to love my family unconditionally, for I mean the world to them and they do me 17. to show unconditional love, first starting with my family, then to my friends, then to society 18. to create a world where people would judge others not by their appearance, but the content of their character 19. to make others smile and that is nineteen such a charming little fella with all of this.. *WHOOOWHOWHOHWOOOOWHOOO wind wind wind WOOOWHOOOHHO* trying to think of an epic.. inspo.. highly encouraging ending but I think I’ll just leave it as is me staring out at the LA skyline (downtown LA, right corner of the sun!) waiting for my mum to come cause we also got flowers for my grandma dis is for grandma and um.. yeah anti-climatic ending *hehe* but um.. I hope you guys enjoyed I’ll see you guys in the next video I love you guys so much I’m so glad I was able to share this experience with you guys in this context where.. I feel good 🙂 I feel really good very content so… *SOMANYHEARTS FOR YOU GUYS!!!!* baiii~

4K CC. Big Scorpion Cow Pie Home, Catching Amazing Pet Insects & Reptiles  NM AZ TX CA USA Herping

4K CC. Big Scorpion Cow Pie Home, Catching Amazing Pet Insects & Reptiles NM AZ TX CA USA Herping


Giant piles of poo out here um lol Next to the river For my amusement I thought I would just kick em over and see if anything was actually hiding underneath them and to my surprise there was Lets see if we can get him here Right there, Little Scorpion Yeah you can see he’s not to big but considering he was hiding underneath a piece of poo Ya know, I never seen that before Haha The search is on Gotta get back to finding other things Bigger things, Smaller poo tho I hope