Posts Tagged ‘mood’

Question of the Day: What five words describe your mood?

I am restless but calm.

I am tired but energized.

I am contented but unsatisfied.

I am happy but sad.

I am amused but bored.

I believe it is impossible to just feel one specific emotion or be in one mood at one particular time.  Man is complicated that way.

There will always be a “but” in every situation.  A secondary emotion for every primary one.  After all, no man is an island.  The theory of six degrees states that we are all interconnected to each other.  The third law of physics simply states that for every action there is a corresponding reaction.

Thus, whatever action we do will always have an effect on one or two of those who are always around us.  And their reaction will have an effect to those around them and that may include you or not.  Thereby starting a cycle of sorts.  I think you get where I’m going with this.

So, yes.  My mood is always a mixture of contradictory feelings because I always try to take into account what those around me might be feeling at the exact same moment.

It is exhausting, at times, but I would rather feel this way than not care about others at all.



Posted: November 22, 2013 in passion, Q and A, writing
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Question of the Day: What are you trying to do?

Well, this is bound to happen.  Sooner or later the day will come when either I will not be in the mood to write or I just have nothing to write about.

Today, I am simply not in the mood to put my thoughts on my virtual paper.  So, yes, what I am trying to do is write.

I don’t know why today just is not my day to write.  I mean, I am not that tired.  I got home a bit early but for some odd reason I just do not have that urge to pick up my imaginary pen.  I actually put off writing until I am too sleepy to think properly.  HAHA!

They say that you are not a writer if you experience writer’s block.  I do not believe that.  Because no matter what your profession is, there will be at least one day in your entire professional career when your passion to work turns from a bright flame to a small ember.

I believe that this is just normal.  We are human, after all, and not robots or computers that, once booted up, will always perform to their fullest.  Unless something is wrong in the circuitry.

However, I hope that this will not last long because I would rather be too tired to write than too indifferent to to do so.  The first one is pretty easy to overcome by getting some rest.  Indifference, on the other hand, has no cure at all and this is something I’d rather not experience at all.

So, even though I have absolutely nothing to write about, here I am racking my brains out to come up with a passable post for today’s question and hoping that tomorrow will be a better day for my blog.