No matter who tells you that you're wrong, and you're failed,
The only thing to do is to keep on going, like how you were at the verying begining, and what you believe from your real self...the deep deep true you.
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Get Rid of Demons
This is a fabulous world, and tell you ,that you will never be treated
but promise me, that you'll never give up yourself, never bow to the authority.
In the world, when you're getting more and more mature and learned,
you'll help those mosters killing others like what they did to you before,
but never ever do that again,
for you know, they 're not right in your heart.
you don't have to prove hardly, that what is right or what is wrong,
power is inside.
EP1 1. For a lot of people,life is just on long, hard kick in the urethra, and sometimes when you get home from a long day of getting kicked in the urethra, you just want to watch a show about good ,likable people who love each other where, you know, no matter what happens, at the end of 30 minutes, everything's gonna turn out okay. 2. I'm not afraid of commitment. I commit to things all the time. It's the following through on tha commitment tha I take issue with. 3. I don't know how you can expect anyone else to love you when you so clearly hate yourself. 4. I don't want to live in a society where the premeal bread isn't free. It is free if you order a meal. 5. I'm responsible for my own happiness? I can't even be responsible for my own breakfast. EP2 1. That went slightly better than the worst it could have possible gone, so hooray? 2. In this world, you can either do things the easy way or the right way. You take a boat from here to New York, you gonna go around the horn like a gentleman or cut through the Panama Canal like some kind of democrat? ----Um, the canal? ----You go around the horn the way God intended! 3. The troops are all heroes, every single one. And I don't believe saying that cheapens the word and actually disrespects those we mean to honor by turning real people into political pawns. Also, I am not deeply ambivalent about a seemingly mandated celebration of our military by a nation that claims to value peace telling our children that violence is never the answer while refusing to hold our own government to the same standard. 4. You know what the problem is with everybody? They all just want hear what they already believe. No one ever wants to hear the truth. EP3 1. Hey, you see those people? ---Yeah. ---Well, those boobs and jerk wads are the best friends you'll ever have. Without them, you're nothing. Remember that. Your family will never understand you, your lovers will leave you or try to change you, but you fans, you be good to them, and they'll be good to you. The most important thing is , you got to give the people what they want, even if it kills you, even if it empties you out until there's nothing left to empty. No matter what happens, no matter how much it hurts, you don't stop dancing, and you don't stop smiling, and you give people what they want. 2. Early bird gets the worm. More like the eary turd gets the sperm. 3. I mean, obviously, I'm a fan of her early work which both satirized and celebrated youth culture's obsession with sex, but I do wonder as a third-wave feminist if it's even possible for women to reclaim their sexuality in this deeply entrenched patriarchal society, or if claiming to do so is just a lie we tell ourselves so we can more comfortably cater to the male gaze. On the other hand, I worry that conversations like this one often dismiss her as a mere puppet of the industry, incapable of engaging in these discussions herself. And infantilization, which is itself a product of the deeply misogynistic society we live in. EP4 People don't change, Diane, not realy. Mr.Peanutbutter's a Zelda. He's happy and he's carefree and he's loving, but you and me, we're Zoes. We're cynical and we're sad and we're mean. There's a darkness inside you, and you can bury it deep in burritos as big as your head, but someday soon, that darkness is gonna come out, and when it does, I want you to call me. EP5 Daddy, do you want meet my imaginary friend? ---Imaginary friends are freeloaders invented by communists to rip-off welfare. Why don't you do something productive, like bang your head against the wall until your brain isn't so stupid. EP6 EP7 1. So you took some licks, but you're gonna bounce back, because you're talented, you're smart, and damn it , you're good. You are a goddamn American treasure, you know that? You are Bojack goddamn Horseman. So get the hell off my lawn. 2. I don't love you, you don't love me. We're just two lonely people trying to hate ourselves a litte less. Maybe that's all we're ever gonna be. Maybe that's all we're ever were. EP8 1. None taken until you said 'no offense' 2. I'm not asking you. It's nothing personal. I like Herb. I think he's a good guy. But this is a business, and every day we don't fire him, we're flushing money down the crapper. well 'if he go, you go' ,I wound't do that. Bojack, I think you're a star, and sometimes being a star means making tough choices. You can storm out, make a big show out of what a 'good' friend you are, or you could be the guy who does his job. --I'll tell you when it's your turn to talk again. Look, you're a star, but this is really just the beginning of the Bojack Horseman story. You can choose whatever path you want, but I'll tell you right now, you don't win a award, and you don't get to be on the covers of magzaines and you don't get to play the lead role in the Secretariat movie by being a good friend. What's that old expression about how the show must go on? Oh, right.It's 'don't be an idiot.' So what do you think? That's a courtesy question. I already know what you think, because I have conversations like this one five times a day. I know who you are and I know you've already made your decision. But if you want to surprise me, now's the time to do it. 3. No, I'm not gonna give you closure. You don't get that. You have to live with the shitty thing you did for the rest of your life. You have to know that it's never, ever going to be okay. I'm dying, and I'm not gonna feel better, and I'm not gonna be your prop so you can feel better. EP9 EP10 EP11 Do you think it's too late for me? I mean, am I just doomed to be the person that I am? I know that I can be selfish and narcissistic and self-destructive, but underneath all that, deep down, I'm a good person, and I need you to tell me that I'm good, Diane. EP12 1. Bojack, when I was your age, I got sad. A lot. I did't come from such a great home, but one day, I started running, and that seemed to make sense, so then I just kept running. Bojack, when you get sad, you run straight ahead and you keep running forward, no matter what. There are people in your life who are gonna try to hold you back, slow you down, but you don't let them. Don't you stop running and don't you ever look behind you. There's nothing for you behind you. All that exists is what's ahead. 2. The universe is a cruel, uncaring void. The key to being happy isn't a search for meaning. It's to just keep yourself busy with unimportant nonsense, and eventually, you'll be dead.
Learning How to Care More Deeply
Just like the air.
- When you're out there on that there racetrack, what are you running from? ----You want to know the truth? Nothing ----Everyone's running from something, sugar. ----No, I'm running from nothing. I'm terrified of nothing. People come up to me, they want my autograph, they want my picture. They think they recognize something in me, and I want to be that person they think I am, but I'm not. They see a greatness in me, and they mistake it for goodness, but I... I know there's nothing there. As fast as I run, I can't get away from that. 4. Look, if you really want to help people, it doesn't hurt to have a little money in you pocket. Take the job now, help the orphans later. There's always later.
- Well, that's the problem with life,right? Either you know what you want, and you don't get what you want, or get what you want, and then you don't know what you want. 6. When I first moved to L.A.., I thought I was gonna be doing really important work. You know, writing stuff that makes a difference. But then you kind of fall into one thing and then another. ---Well, you've got time. There's always later, right? EP12
Hope, help, support, kind. Happy. For you can do more, and go further...if you're really trying.
no difficult words.
Which people do you think about most as you're falling asleep? Whether thinking of them makes you feel good or bad, the fact that they're in your mind means you care about them.
what fair is fair.
Remember there's alwasy more possibility than you know, sometimes you have to follow your heart. that knows much than you do.
when you're faced with difficulties, you just keep on believe what is
right, what is beautiful, and what you love,
Let yourself be more affected. Engage with the world and let it make an impact on you instead of brushing things off or being dismissive. When you acknowledge that something matters to you, you open the path to caring about it more deeply. Sure, it might be cooler to act like you just don't care. But when you ignore how much something means to you, you're losing an opportunity to gain wisdom from the situation.
Instead of acting like you don't care about things, try talking proudly about what drives you. Frame what you care about as something to show off instead of something to hide.
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See what piques your interest. What situations, ideas, stories or concepts elicit a strong reaction from you? What makes you want to learn more, speak up, or help out? Paying attention to things that cause you to an urge to get more invested can help you understand your own capacity for caring.
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Be honest with yourself as you make your list, and don't leave anything out. Maybe you've been conditioned to act like you're "above it all," or to hide the things that make you tick. People will try to tell you what you should and shouldn't care about, but you'll have to learn to ignore them for the sake of your own happiness. And in most cases, sticking to your guns and expressing that you care will eventually win you others' admiration.
By the same measure, write down things besides people you care about. Don't write down the things you should care about, just the things you actually do. Maybe your life is better because you play soccer, or you can't imagine a world without Warcraft. Maybe you care about poetry, or you love a certain movie star. There's no limit to how long your list can be—write it all down, big and small.
Going through the motions can also help you learn more about something, leading you to care. You might think you don't care at all about biology, but you're doing your best in class so you can get a good grade. After studying hard and engaging in class discussions, you might find that the subject is actually compelling to you.
Figuring Out What You Care About
Set goals and stick to them. Part of caring about yourself means caring what happens in your future.
In romantic relationships, people often hold back emotionally because they're afraid of being hurt. No one wants to be in the position of caring more than the other person. Caring takes courage. It requires putting yourself out there, even if you're not sure what you'll get in return.
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In modern society, it's often considered cool to pretend like you don't care about anything—what people think, what's going on in your community, and even how your own life is going to unfold. But when you don't care, you miss out on a lot. Caring about the people you love, the values you believe in and what happens in the future can make life happier and a lot more meaningful. Whether you've forgotten how to care or you want to care more deeply, this article will help you figure out what's important to you and practice expressing those feelings.
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How to Care
Pay attention to what you think about as you're falling asleep. During the day you probably have to talk over subjects that you don't care about very much. Between making small talk, trying to impress people, and discussing subjects related to work or school, you might be confused about what really drives you. If that's the case, pay attention to your thoughts during the time right before you fall asleep at night. During this private, uninterrupted time, your cares will probably rise to the surface.
Do you spend your free time calling someone for a long chat, texting your friends, or writing comments on Facebook? This might show that you care about social connections, staying in the loop, and strengthening your relationships.
Figure out what tugs on your heartstrings. When you care about something, you have an emotional response to it. It makes you feel happy, excited, nervous, guilty, afraid, sad, or something else entirely. You might be the type to have very subtle emotions, or maybe they're big and overwhelming. Either way, they're like signposts pointing to what you care about.
Go through the motions even if you don't really feel it. If you're really out of practice, you might have to fake it til you make it. Sometimes just going through the motions of caring will put you in the right situation to develop feelings about something until you actually do start to care. This isn't to say you should pretend to care about things just because other people do, or pretend to care about something you actually can't stand. But in some circumstances, it's OK to practice caring in hopes that you'll start feeling something soon enough.
Work on strengthening your relationships with people. Some of your most important cares are probably related to people in your life. Caring about people is what drives relationships forward and makes them fulfilling. Sometimes just spending more time with people close to you can influence how much you care about them. The better you get to know them, the more you'll care about them.
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Maybe you spend your free time working on your art - writing, music, painting, or whatever moves you. Or perhaps you spend it running, lifting, gardening, or cooking. If it's something you're doing of your own accord, you probably care about it.
Form a Philosophy
Don't be afraid to try new things. Instead of instantly dismissing something new to you, give it a chance to move you.
Sometimes taking things personally might mean you have to be outside the norm. For example, maybe a group of people in your English class never do the required reading. They think it's ridiculous to waste time reading novels, and they sit in the back of class chatting and texting instead of paying attention. If you care about getting a good grade, and you see the value in studying literature, you'll have to be brave enough to do your work and pay attention in class, even if it doesn't win you points with your classmates.
Sometimes cares take the form of worries. If you realize that right before you fall asleep you're worried about how you'll perform during tomorrow's presentation, you might be worried because you care so much about it.
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Look at how you spend your free time. Still aren't sure what matters to you? Take a look at what you do with your time once all your obligations have been fulfilled. When your homework is complete, the workday is over and the chores are done, what do you usually do? The way you spend your free time can be quite telling. You probably use it to do something you care about.
Be a joiner instead of standing on the sidelines. It's really hard to start caring about something when you're watching instead of participating. Every chance you get to try something new or get more involved, try saying "yes" more often than "no." You never know where your positive attitude will take you. You might discover hidden talents and passions you never would have known were there.
Less serious investments count as caring, too. Maybe you watched a hilarious stand-up routine and fell into a Youtube rabbit hole watching every routine the comedian has ever recorded, or you read a news story about a cat that saved its owner from a fire and clicked over to several more articles on the subject.
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Be less dismissive. Are you sarcastic a lot? Is your default response to something new you learn usually dismissive or cynical? You aren't alone. But think about the most interesting people you know—the self-assured ones who know where they're going in life. They probably all share the quality of being earnest and positive when they discuss what they care about. Instead of trying to hide their passions behind a veil of sarcasm, they proudly display what makes them tick.
Feel emotions instead of trying to escape from them. Caring doesn't always feel good. In fact, it can feel downright lousy, like when it comes in the form of guilt or sadness. But letting yourself feel deeply—even when you emotions are painful—is what caring is all about. As a reward, you'll have better relationships and be more engaged with the world around you.
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Going through the motions can put you in closer proximity to something or someone you normally wouldn't have the chance to get to know very well. For example, maybe you don't feel very strongly about your next door neighbor, but you shovel her driveway when it snows, just to be nice. After awhile, the polite conversations the two of you have, which were sparked by your courtesy, could lead to a truly caring relationship.
Or perhaps you learned that the river in your city is being polluted, and you feel moved to participate in a river cleanup or find another way to stop pollution in your area.
Care about yourself, too. If you have bad self esteem, you might need to start your mission to care more by valuing yourself first. Caring about yourself means treating yourself with kindness and being concerned about the way your story ends up.
What you read about or watch can also help you define your interests. For example, if you read world news every day, you probably care what's happening outside your local sphere. Even the TV shows you watch can point to what you care about. Look for common themes or genres you gravitate toward.
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Practice self-care on a daily basis to keep yourself in good physical and mental health. Do things every day to help you feel less stressed out and more self confident. Many people find that simple things like eating wholesome food, getting some exercise and treating themselves every once in a while make life feel more positive overall.
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Know when you should pull back. It's possible to open your heart too much and find that it gets swamped, abused or manipulated. Sometimes we feel the pain too much and want to help others without taking into account our own well being. It's important to know when to pull back a little. If you find that you're devoting all of your energy and time to something you care about, with little left over for yourself or other important things, it might be a good idea to devote less time to that particular obsession.
For example, it might be tempting to ignore the feelings of sadness you have about your grandmother who is in a nursing home and loves when you come to visit her. But when you let yourself care, when you have the courage to deal with the sadness and go visit your grandmother, you won't regret your decision to follow your heart.
For example, maybe the sight of your little sister being teased causes you to feel a burning urge to step in and protect her.
Purposefully Forget Things
Make a list of things that interest you. Maybe it has been so long since you've really cared about something that it feels like you've lost the ability. But no matter how deep your feelings of caring are buried, they're in there somewhere, and it's time to uncover them. To care is to "feel concern or interest; attach importance to something," to "feel affection or liking." By that definition, who and what do you care about? Make a list of anything that causes you to feel interest, concern, or attachment of any kind.
Spend time with other people who care. You can learn a lot about caring by spending time with other people who do. Surround yourself with people who are caring and helpful, rather than people who are callous or self-centered. Watch how caring people interact with others and approach new situations, and emulate their behavior. Once you start caring, you'll find it comes more naturally to you.
Depression has been described as feeling like you just don't feel anything or care about anything—you're empty. If this is how you feel, and you're trapped in a state of not feeling or caring, look into getting treatment for depression. With proper treatment, you'll be able to experience emotions and caring once again.
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Showing that You Care
Do you have thoughts about what you're looking forward to, or what you aren't looking forward to about the next day?
Write down the names of people you feel attachment to—parents, siblings, friends, and anyone else who has a pull on your heart. If you think about the person often, and you'd miss them if they weren't there, you probably care about them. You don't have to love or even like them to care.