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As the topic says, do you enjoy watching birds? I know that some people might think that it's stupid to just sit down and waste our time watching a bird, but to be honest, bird watching is actually considered a hobby, and some people enjoy doing it on a daily bases!
Some people enjoy this hobby because, as you could guess, it makes them feel comfortable and peaceful by just watching them. Some people do it for educational purposes. At home, we don't feed birds for obvious reasons, but we do put a bowl of cold water for them. What encouraged us to do that is because sometimes we see some scenes like the one below.....
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What does this picture tell you? I took this picture back in July so it's clear that they are suffering from the heat and thus they probably came here under the shade to cool down, and thus, it does indicate that they are thirsty in some way, right? So giving them water will not only make them happier, but it also makes us feel better from inside as well, psychologically speaking. Some people have parrots or other types of birds as pets at their homes due to this reason, in order to reduce stress and feel better about themselves, especially for those who love nature.
Do you like watching birds even if it were for a minute? Do you think that watching them does reduce stress and possibly make people overall happier by watching them everyday?
"It's surprising how many persons go through life without ever recognizing that their feelings toward other people are largely determined by their feelings toward themselves, and if you're not comfortable within yourself, you can't be comfortable with others." -- Sydney J. Harris
I hope all of you are doing well. Checking back into my last blog, I've realized that I haven't written anything new in 5 months Well that's a lot even though university has been killing me with exams, assignments, projects....etc. Not to mention that I had a 5-week summer semester, as well.
So lately I've been spending some time trying to check all the updates that I have missed during the last several months (and still checking), along with trying to read any of your blogs which I haven't read yet.
Anyways, I haven't even made the 7-year account anniversary blog last month, such a shame So I'll try to be more active next time. Plus, for gaming updates, the latest game I got is as you can see it below, which I got it on the same day of release (27th July).
I've been looking forward to this game since its announcement at May 2007, so I'm glad that I've finally got it after such a loooong wait
How was your summer? I hope none of you had a terrible busy summer like I did, as in my opinion it's a time for people to relax, rather than work harder. Anyways, take care and I'll try to be more active here on GS
Before I start with my main topic, I'd like to show you a picture of a game that I've got last Friday (19th of March) which was the second most demanding game on my wishlist and also marked the 6th numbered title from the series in my collection. It's still sealed as you can see
Now for the real thing...
Caution: Before you proceed with reading, let me remind you all that what you are about to read are all just opinions. Also, I'm just hoping to hear your opinions in return for a curious question that I had in mind for some time now. Most important of all, I'm not trying to offend anyone, though if you do feel that I'm being offensive in some way, then I ask you to forgive me about that, since offense is nowhere near my intention here
Well, thing is that as we all walk around the streets, malls....etc, we usually see people dressed in clothings that might reflect their personalities or their nature. Especially when you go somewhere where there are people from different cultures, you can easily notice how their clothings are different from each other.
Also, when a person wants to attract someone from the opposite gender, he or she might sometimes wear some attractive cloths and also try to look attractive by shape as well, not just clothings, though there is something in this case about women that I haven't figured out yet. Read on to know what it is......
Things like these didn't exist in our culture before, but due to globalization and other stuffs, this thing is starting to become more common here. Through TV, articles, real world and some other sources, sometimes we happen to see a woman dressed in very attractive clothes, yet at the same time, she doesn't like people getting attracted to her!
Yups, you've read it correctly, they wear things that make them look attractive, but they don't like being stared at or even talked about in the background. I've realized about this fact through many sources, mostly from talks on the TV.
Now at the university, there are some women in which they wear attractive clothes and from their movements and attitudes, you could simply guess that some of them aren't coming in the university primarily to learn, but mainly hoping to find herself a boyfriend. Some of these women even tried to develop an in-direct friendship with me, in which they failed to do so since I'm not the type who goes after the women's looks
Some people get attracted like a magnet
I'm sure some of you might have seen or at least heard of such women, so my question here is, why do some women wear such attractive cloths if they don't like being stared at or generally attract the attention of people? I myself aren't the type who gets attracted to women because of their looks (As far as I could tell ), though I do know that some men out there just can't take their eyes off them when they see the "Invisible" magnet on them.
If you ask this question to some of those, they might give you a logical answer (In which I haven't heard of so far), but if they don't have the proper answer, they might just say "I wear what I want". I personally think this is not a logical answer since she is fueling people's attention to her with her clothes, whether she likes it or not, she is still attracting their attentions with it while at the same time she doesn't want them to get attracted.
It's like you see a bald guy walking around and he complains that he doesn't like people staring at his bald head. If you ask him why he is keeping his head bald instead of growing some hair, putting a wig or a cap, you hear him tell you "No, I like being bald". It just doesn't make any sense. Either she should stop wearing attractive clothes to solve her problem, or she shouldn't complain about people staring at her.
A popular bald guy who doesn't mind being stared at
I myself don't like it when I see a woman in the university wearing attractive clothes and walking between men since it just makes me wonder that perhaps she is trying to hide her true nature and is using beauty instead in hopes of getting people to come to her side, no offense.
So, have you wondered about this question at any point in life? Or at least, did you get to the answer of the question at some time? Let us hear your thoughts
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