He had everything and wanted nothing. He learned that he had nothing and wanted everything. He saved the world and then it shattered. The path to enlightenment is as sharp and narrow as a razor’s edge.
The Razor’s Edge is a straightforward showing of basic Hindu/Buddhist beliefs about self and life’s journey expressed in ways even Westerners can kinda-sorta get. If you don’t like bittersweet, ambiguous endings that leave the viewer with a hundred questions with no right answers, stay away. One could call this film “cerebral”, but in this one’s opinion it’s much more… well, whatever word is equivalent but for the intuition of your heart/soul/whatever — you don’t think what the underlying message is or what the story means, you feel.
“Color”? ma’habocath has never sensed in any way this “color” that billions go on and on about, therefore it doesn’t exist! All sorts of several-thousand-year-old traditions and societies of every imaginable kind doesn’t mean anything except they’re all delusional morons sucking up to something not a single one of them can explain logically nor rationally. Why, this one ought write Letter To A Colored Nation to tut-tut all those dangerous animals who only need led to the light of knowledge so we can be free of the oppressive yokes of the primitive past.
(Not pictured: a liter of water.)
That is, every time you put something in your mouth, accompany it with a crap ton of vegetables (and water!) as the main course, your source of protein and/or carbs/fats as the side. Even if your side already has veggies: Continue reading “psa: losing weight? here’s how all your meals ought to look”
ALL THAT I SEE
CANNOT EAT MORE
OR I’LL GET FAT
BUT I CAN’T STOP
MY MONSTROUS APPETITE