I saw the following image on Twitter by the original poster not too long ago before it even made it onto BoredPanda.com.
So cute! It’s an orphaned wallaby holding onto a toy bear. You can read more about it here.
And the director of the year goes to…
He’s got the koalifications. xD The post 21+ Animals That Want To Be Photographers is worth checking out. Viewers will fall in love with the pics. I initially saw the above pic. in Australia.com Facebook page. ^^ Only in Australia.
Posting this before I go to sleep. Neon Genesis Evangelion‘s theme song Cruel Angel’s Thesis is one of my favorite anime theme songs. I’ve never watched Neon Genesis Evangelion (the anime from what I’ve heard, is pretty dark), but I’ve known about it since I was 12 and really liked the anime’s opening theme song. It brings back memories of when I was young and really into anime.
This theme song was also played at SMASH! (Sydney Manga and Anime Show Convention), which I had attended last Saturday! ^^ It was a whole day of anime, manga, and my favorite video games. xD I saw a lot of great cosplayers too!
Makes you question some of the pointless things that humans have been caught up in, such as wars, materialism, and so on, when there’s a whole entire universe ready to be explored.
I truly don’t believe that we are alone in this vast universe. God has mentioned “worlds” in its plural form in the Qur’an and that there’s the Unseen that humans aren’t ready to see yet.
Even amongst us there are entities that live in a world that one can say is parallel to ours. People often use the term “ghosts” to describe them, while we refer to them as jinns. That’s a different topic altogether, though.
These days, people want science to explain everything for them… but they don’t realize that there are some things that science can’t explain and that are part of the Unseen, which humans haven’t been enlightened by yet.
Interestingly, the Qur’an also mentions of civilizations, some that were very advanced, that have been wiped out. There are very few traces of them ever existing. One such civilization that people talk about ’til this day is Atlantis.
To be honest, the whole entire universe is a mystery and I feel like we’re all on a journey that may not even include an ultimate answer while we’re living and breathing on Earth.
P.S. Been so busy that I didn’t even realize that there was new footage of Final Fantasy XV released a couple of days ago until now. I haven’t been spending a lot of time at home. Even my weekends have an event scheduled in. Maybe I should write about them later, IA.
P.S. I think I need to take out a day to reply to comments.
First and foremost, Eid Mubarak to all of you. I know that I’ve been off the radar in regards to my blog, but I had some projects piled up (and still do) with deadlines that had to be met before heading off to Adelaide for Eid over the weekend.
The plan for visiting my aunt’s place in Adelaide was rather spontaneous, but it was worth it! I got see a German town by the name of Hahndorf, which is a must see place in Adelaide Hills! The town is a historical place that was founded in 1839 (yes, around 176 years ago!) and has a street filled with cute shops and restaurants that one can take a stroll in and observe with a keen eye. I think it’s one of my new favorite places around here in Australia and I’m glad that my aunt and uncle took me there. It was their first time seeing it as well and they really loved the place too. I felt like I was in Germany, but a fairytale version of it. There was even a Fairy Garden there!
I also got to visit a new tourist attraction in Sellicks Hills that’s still under construction, but currently can be seen for free before the organizers start charging tourists for parking and entry frees. The place is stunning, with beautiful green hills that overlook the ocean and a large white Buddha statue. I feel like photos don’t do justice to the scenery.
Apart from that, I attended a dinner event, and guess what? I met a reality TV star there! She appears on a show that has various versions across different countries, but I think it may be best not to mention which one on here, since it’s the Internet and this moment of meeting her was more of a private part of her life, which is best to respect (I haven’t mentioned the people I know, but normal individuals can have connections too!). Anyhow, she was standing near me at the event and took the initiative to talk to me, which I had really appreciated. The first thing she asked about me was my name and what the meaning of it was. I replied, “Moonlight”.