by Steve Rhodes
Question: What do you do to better yourself?
For example do you watch Oprah’s Best Life Series? Do you say something nice to at least one person everyday? Do you ask yourself “What can I do to better myself” first thing every morning? Do you workout everyday? Do you get involved in the community? Do you meditate?
What do you do?! I need some advice on how I can be a better person and improve my attitude toward life in general! I’m looking for unique answers on what YOU do to improve yourself and your life. Something that can be put into practice by everyone who reads this.
I’m not really looking for “listen to music” or “read a book” here. That’s not really improving your life that’s just keeping to yourself/avoidance of people.
Answer by joe the man
i avoid “feel good” programs like oprah.
i do reiki on my self, possibly on others.
i avoid doing to other people what i dont want them to do to me.
i work out a few times a week.
i try to find the positive aspect in whatever happens.
Question: Does anyone like the Twilight movie better than the book?
I know someone who likes the movie better than the book.
Now you can’t say they’re a tween, because this person is 20.
She started reading the book, but said it was “tedious” and “boring”
Maybe people feel more intelligent by criticizing the movie, or even the book.
Like they’re better or above it all, and have a higher taste of literature or the arts…
Same with people who hate mainstream music…
They don’t want to become “fangirls”?
I just hear SO MANY “I LoVE THE BOOK BUT THEY RUINeD THE MOVIE! THE BOOK WAS SO MUCH BETTER!”
do you really think so?
I thought so when I first saw the movie. I thought “wow that wasn’t as good as the book”
Then I read the book again, and thought “Wow this is actually kind of boring”.
I struggled to get through it. Maybe it was just the large print?
Or that it’s over talked about..
***The movie was low budget, and not very well done.
It’s hard to understand without reading the book, which most of the fans had already done.
Some were confused.
But it was definitely not about the acting skill or “special effects”
You can’t really compare movies to books.
It’s hard…you can’t please everyone.
Part of the fun is having actors to see, instead of imagining and fantasizing about them…not that I do that.
It can be disappointing to see the actors though.
Answer by Em
The movie was decent, but it was a low budget Indie. I adore the Twilight Saga, but the books aren’t that great.
I have no idea why they’re so addicting since it’s such bad literature.
Crack/Cocaine in the binding?
Quality story line?