On the video: “Today I feel like this song” with “Nocturne of Love” from Marcus D

“Today I feel like this song…
Feeling alive, feeling strong, feeling deeply.
Thinking again of finding the true love.
That thought that appears in my mind when I was young.
Thought that have been worn, fading away with times.
Wondering if it’s dreaming to hope to find my soul mate;
In this world of consumerism, money values, materialistic and selfish world.

Am I right to keep hoping that Faith, God or the Universe will grant me that dream?
Because if it exist, I think it’s not meant for everyone.
Would it be meant for me?

No need to be in couple, just because one feels alone.
No need to pretend to love, just to have sex.
No need to lie, just for not telling someone I feel no real love.

Preferring to die alone, then to pretend having that feeling all long.

Wondering alone again, cats aside, looking at the times flowing…
Because Today I feel like this song;
Feeling alive, feeling strong, feeling deeply.
Thinking again of finding the true love.”

-Romston, July 20th, 2012
Written with the song: “Nocture of love” from Marcus D


Anti-intellectualism by Isaac Asimov
On the picture:: Anti-intellectualism by Isaac Asimov



On the picture:: “If you’re not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.” -Malcolm X


“There was once a tiger-striped cat. This cat died a million deaths, revived and lived a million lives. And he was owned by various people who he didn’t really care for. The cat wasn’t afraid to die. Then one day, the cat became a stray cat, which meant he was free. He met a white female cat and the two of them spent their days together happily. Well, years passed and the white cat grew weak and died of old age. The tiger-striped cat cried a million times and then he died too. Except this time he didn’t come back to life.” -Spike Spiegel , (カウボーイビバップ Cowboy Bebop)

The tiger-striped cat
On the picture:: The tiger-striped cat


“Happy new year Humans, I hope to us, that this year, we’ll take more our decisions from our heart, not our pains; And so whatever of our pasts, differences and believes.”