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Remembering Myself, Travestying Time…and Phonying towards Perfection

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Who, Me??: Thoughts on Inspirational Quotes

Recently I came across this quote:

The moment you feel like you have to prove your worth to someone is the moment you absolutely and utterly have to walk away.
– Alyssia Harris

It set me thinking. This mantra sounds so simple. Deciding on the value of relationships is suddenly very easy and formulaic. But then, Why should anybody accept you as you are? Why?? Are you perfect? What does it mean to accept people as they are, see the real him/her?

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Idealism and its Aftermaths – ZOOTOPIA (2016)

Zootopia.jpgIt appears that I’m simply against animated film produced by mainstream, popular animation studios. So I found it hard to ignore the hardened prejudice that gloated maliciously at the premise of American-Dream-turned-sour-but-yet-somehow-managed-to-save-face-due-to-the-individualism-of-the-hardworking-underdog, or precisely, the hardworking bunny rabbit. While the story was one of empowerment and social mobility, and therefore, the same-old, I was delighted at the meta-generic Godfather spoof and the Sloth bureaucracy. The Fox is charming and suave, basically the same-old Flynn Rider, with an adorable suave shrewdness, bad only due to circumstances, and not incorrigible; the Bunny whats-her-name na├»ve and optimistic like those rote female protagonists representing a better future and converting the beast into prince–in this case, good cop. Continue reading “Idealism and its Aftermaths – ZOOTOPIA (2016)”

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