Alright... So I'm reading this book called Mars/Earth Enigma: A Sacred Message to Mankind by DeAnna Emerson. And there's this paragraph in this book, describing the relic of face on mars: "...the strange humanoid face with a tear in one eye,..." Guess what picture comes to my mind? [Hint: see picture on you right hand side] Okay, for Echelon, you definitely know whose mask this is (in a way, it's ours! *lol*). For those who don't understand, it's a 'trademark' mask of 30 Seconds to Mars. Gosh, there really is more than meets the eyes with this band. I knew the story behind their name is truly got something to do with Mars (beside the philosophy, that is), but about the mask....that's a new revelation.
There is another surprise regarding the topic. I just got to know that there IS indeed a mention about life on other planets ON THE BIBLE. Yes, in the Christian Bible. That's like, shattering all the beliefs I've ever had all this while. I mean, since I was young I've been taught "There is no such things like ET or whatever out here in the universe. The only life is here, on earth. No other planets. The Bible stated so. *the sentences go on...*)"So, imagine my surprise! IT IS MENTION OTHERWISE IN THE BIBLE, PEOPLE! But wait, wait, wait, "the research" is not done yet. It could be some problem with the Bible translation *suspicious look* Will inform you more about that later, so PLEASE, don't draw conclusions just yet. It's already so baffling, and I haven't even finished half of the book! I'm looking forward to be further "enlightened" by it :D
No matter what we do, no matter what we have, no matter good or bad, we'll get sick of it at some point. In friendship, we get bored with each other, that's why we stop talking to or contacting each other. Even couples divorce cos they sick of each other. Maybe they don't admit it, maybe they don't even realize it, but that could be the fact. (Don't even make me start writing about family...) That's could also be the reason we take things for granted.
"Yes I am, but I'd like to keep it that way. Now, leave me alone!"