Hello! I'm Candy Lullabye,
but you go ahead and call me Sunshine.
I'm known as Mr. Lullabye, or Mr. L!
I love EVERYTHING, practically.
I really adore fruits, and I'm a vegetarian and proud!
(And considering going vegan!)
Honestly, it greatly disappoints me when people ask me such arrogant questions as to why not just eat meat, or "Why not just eat the real deal?" out of immaturity, and mock. (If you really mean it as a question, it's OK then! )
My answer? Meat is absolutely unsanitary, and it's saddens me to great depths knowing I'm eating one of my own kind, an animal. Okay, you may say we're not animals, but really, we are. It's scientific fact. The only reason why people think that's untrue is because we have an advantage over other species: The ability to speak in great lengths and we think out of our own self interest. But we all love the same, we feel pain, hunger, and loneliness.
"What is it that should trace the insuperable line? ...The question is not, Can they reason? nor, Can they talk? but, Can they suffer?"
Jeremy Bentham, philosopher
I'm agnostic, and if anything, I believe in Mother Nature.
I'm more of a optimist. I used to be a pretty hardcore pessimist.. But I've changed my ways.
I believe all that negativity in the world should become abolished, but I also think that it's what makes the world goes around.
In order to change something, you as a person must do it. Don't expect someone else to do your dirty work.
I believe all the big things count, but I think it's the million little things really make a change.
With love comes pain.
I guess compared to Mr. E, I'm an extrovert.
I have no shame in this, I'm a Taurus, I am independant, but I have a strong need to be with someone, and if not, I get rather really sad. I can do fine by myself though, I have, and I will IF I have to, but mostly, I LOOOVE making new friends, so if you're in need of one, count me in!
I'm not an hardcore astrological-believe person,
but I believe in the stars, the clouds, the blue sky the oceans, and whales.
I believe education is POWER.
I believe the children are the future.
(And the way with kids nowadays, our future looks pretty grim.)
I think love is a neccessity, really.
Everybody seeks, for whatever it may be, and I seek for TRUTH.
I hate, hate HATEEEE art blocks.
And it's sad, because I have ones that are like, a year long. I guess it's because I try not to aggravate it so I become enraged.
I have an obsession with the humans' mind. I wish to pursue in psychology or sociology, or possibly even human activism.
I love consuming, whether it be knowledge or food.
My mind wonders... often.
Like now, I wonder what it'd feel like to cut off your nipple...
I love reading great books, I love watching great movies, I love listening to great music, I love absorbing art.
But I'm not picky, beggars can't be choosers, can they?
I am easily amused, but easily distracted.
I like to watch people skateboard, I like to travel.
I am not sexist, nor racist.
I believe that there is really no good thing as "good" or "bad". Because well, there isn't. We make what we think is good, and bad. Something as idealistic. But I'd rather have one decide that for themself, not from being forced.
I don't think anybody's government should censor, including our's. I'm pro-choice. That includes in abortion.
I'm a VERY wishful thinker, trust me.
Prop 8 has shown us how much our country is very... biased and disgusted with the idea of a same-sex marriage.
The day of the election, I called a friend to remind her to remind her family to vote, especially on Prop 8.
She told me nobody had forgotten in her family. She further explained to me about who and what they voted for, and that her grandfather, a very tradional man who was strictly against gay marriage and voted No on Prop 8,
They inquired on his choice, and he had simply replied back, "It is not my place to judge."
I am no way supportive of prejudice.
I think media distorts a lot of things.
I think the Bible is... a storybook, rather than a history book.
I am anti-Twilight. Very much.
"Love is a temporary madness. It erupts like an earthquake and then subsides. And when it subsides you have to make a decision. You have to work out whether your roots have become so entwined together that it is inconceivable that you should ever part. Because this is what love is. Love is not breathlessness, it is not excitement, it is not the promulgation of promises of eternal passion. That is just being "in love" which any of us can convince ourselves we are.
Love itself is what is left over when being in love has burned away, and this is both an art and a fortunate accident. Your mother and I had it, we had roots that grew towards each other underground, and when all the pretty blossom had fallen from our branches we found that we were one tree and not two.
- Captain Corelli's Mandolin. "Love is the beauty of the soul." --St. Augustine
Current Residence: CALIFORNIA BABEY I LOVE IT OMGOMGOMG
Favourite genre of music: ANYTHIN' WITH A GOOD BEAT.