Life has a lot to offer. It has always been a portal of discoveries. It has remained one of our being's unexplained truths. While it can be poisonously dissappointing, life - and everything else that composes it - may in fact be its own antidote. Over the television, you notice that fellowmen are plagued with suffering; endless, it seems. When you change the channel however, a gag show is on. You see, life is its own opposition; its own cure. And thus it is complex. But this complexity is never meant to be understood nor deciphered.
Life is meant to be lived, and shared.
Life is amazing, amusing, such that countless indispensable "inventions" were created and ingenuity was put to test to showcase this element of life. There is, as cited above, the TV, the radio, phone, computer/ internet ... the blog. These are so-called portals to sharing the amusingly, and the not-so-amusingly, lived lives.
Blog: I Am Not A Carnival
I Am Not A Carnival (
http://iamnotacarnival.wordpress.com/ ) has evolved from Logbook Of Radueriel (http://logbookofradueriel.blogspot.com/ ).
Although a complete overhaul, the blog still is one of those blogs that presents the intricacies of life just the way we would want it presented - lightly, wittily, simply. It is actually the official ranting and raving site of Amiel (a.k.a radueriel). It is the extension of his logbook.
Amiel writes his observations, feelings, exultations and lamentations of more or less anything and everything. From movies to top-rating american contemporary TV shows; from hollywood gossips to worldwide controversies; from his personal life experiences to someone else's encounters and troubles. He makes obvious the unobvious. He brings insight and fresh perspective to futile and nonsensical issues. He captures (and, at times, sumptuously sensationalize) bits and pieces of life. Or not.
This blog really is dedicated to all the lazybones, who like the CARNIVAL-ous author, prefers comfort & convenience hence would shave his head than comb his hair; who lives and loves art, music,
literature, & booze.