I knew this was going to happen, that’s why I’d rather have no one read my journal. I hate when people criticize my intimate things. They have no right. I know that this journal is a public thing, and I’m bound to keep it that way. But I rather have it read by people who don’t really know me enough to know how to hurt me .
I’m not trying to fake anything. I’m not trying to show anything I am not. I’m just trying to be me and be able to share with MYSELF and any others who are willing to make a contribution to my life.
Now, every time I open my LJ I will think twice about the things I’m going to write, cause I know, out there, there will be people who will criticize it, and I don’t want to let them hurt me any more.
I could try writing my diary in katakana… 🙂
アイ ニウ ヂス グアス ゴイング ツ ハペヌ、 ダヅス グアイ アイヅ ラデル ジャヴ ノ グアヌ リヅ マイ ジョウルナル。
アイ クルヅ ゲッツ プリチ ファスツ アッツ ヂッス。 ハ ハ ハ ハ
You are driven by a higher purpose than most people. You have a deeply-rooted desire to facilitate peacefulness in the world. Whether through subtle interactions with love ones, or through getting involved in social causes, it is important to you to influence the world.
You are driven by a desire to encourage others to think about the positive side of things instead of focusing on the negative. The reason your unconscious is consumed by this might stem from an innate fear of war and turmoil. Thus, to avoid that uncomfortable place for you, your unconscious seeks out the peace in your environment.
Usually, the thing that underlies this unconscious drive is a deep respect for humankind. You care about the future of the world, even beyond your own involvement in it. As a result, your personal integrity acts as a surrogate for your deeper drive toward peace and guides you in daily life towards decisions that are respectful toward yourself and others.
Though your unconscious mind is driven most strongly by Peace, there is much more to who you are at your core.
Emode Inkblot Test
Did you know?
People who have unconscious minds driven by peace tend to be independent thinkers who often prefer to live by their own high personal standards and moral code.