Sunday, April 26, 2009

The Meaning of Life

Yes, this is really about the meaning of life.

Today my friend figured it out. The meaning of life. Most of you may ask, what's the meaning of life?

The answer is simple, it's in the question. You need to find out the meaning of life. So, go out and do it. Make sure you're having fun doing it, however. While doing so you will fulfill your life's meaning. Easy. Jake's a genius.


Friday, April 10, 2009

Well readers of this blog, it's been a while. Let me update you on my life since I last blogged. I breathed a bunch of times, slept, beat Zelda Twilight Princess, and started a couple of hundred day commitments. Those are fun. You should try one, unknown reader. Just commit to doing something for 100 days. Make it something that takes about 10 minutes a day, and you're ready to go. You can give something up if you want, but replace that thing by doing something else, or else it doesn't really count.
Anywho, life is going swell. I'm working in the mail room at the place I inhabit which is pretty cool. I'm actually there right now, typing a blog because I'm bored. My job consists of this: drive the mail van around delivering it in town, and smiling at everyone I see. It's a pretty awesome job. Unfortunately I have to stay for the entire hour, so it results in me doing things like this blog, or other work that won't necessarily help me later in life.
Tonight, I'm going to see a school play at the high school I used to go to. It should be good, because that's how musical productions are. I was in them for the last two years of my high school career, and wish I had put myself in the opportunities that have arisen since then.
I realized today that most people make a specific choice between what is right and what is easy. The large majority chooses what is easy, which is one reason the economy is doing so poorly. I think it'd much better, and more fun to do what is right, but that may just be me.
Today I tried to play the harmonica. It was really hard, but apparently there are numbers on harmonicas. All of the harmonicas I grew up trying to play didn't have numbers. I'm confused as to why the numbers were put on there. Moving along my train of thought, I discovered that I wanted to get better at playing an instrument. I can play a few instruments barely, the piano, guitar, drums, harmonica, xylophone, etc. but I think it would be awesome to get that good at something. Sounds like an opportunity for one of those 100 day commitments.
Well, I think that's all I'm going to write for now, because it's about time for work to end.
I shall try to update this more often for those of you who like to read these things.