A little something that popped up

I was browsing my news feed when this little gem popped up. It’s a short film about numbers above the heads of people. It wouldn’t surprise me that it’s a little inspired by the anime Death Note. Enjoy :)

I’m studying for my last exam. I wish it felt cooler than it sounds, but it doesn’t. I probably will sign up for another course and have exams there even if I kind of know that I don’t really have the time for it. Right before the deadline of applying to additional courses, I signed up on an English writing class. I have no idea how I will pull this off. It’s exciting though, we’ll see how I’ll allocate my time :)

//c_Cae; gotta get that project plan finished!

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6 responses to “A little something that popped up

  1. Dear Cae,

    One of the reasons I never wanted to go back to school is out of fear of exams. I love learning but specifics and dates often become a jumbled mass in my head.

    I said that to say how much I admire your passion for learning. I’m sure you’ll do well.

    Perhaps you’ll practice some of that English writing in Friday Fictioneers? ;)

    As always I enjoy following Caely in the making.

    Love and Shalom,

    Rochelle

    • I forgot to say how much I enjoyed the intriguing little video. It reminded me of the show Person of Interest. Don’t know if you’ve heard of that one but it’s about the creator of a computer that keeps track of the population. When someone’s number comes up, the main characters are sent to protect him or her.
      In the film you shared, I’m left wondering what his numbers meant.

      • I’ve heard of that show! Only, I don’t have time to watch it at the moment :( Its plot seems very interesting.

        I think that his numbers, at least when he’s talking to the girl he’s obviously hitting on, is the number of lies he’s told during his lifetime. It took me a second viewing to learn that, haha. I blame lack of coffee.

    • Dear R,

      I sometimes share that fear. I don’t like exams where teachers require you to know everything in and out (graphs included). I prefer problem solving using theories I’ve learned. Sadly, many teachers prefer you just learn everything by heart out of convenience.

      I think I can make time for FF next month, actually. Lately, my muse has been singing out loud, so I should let her out :)

      Lots of love,
      Cae

  2. Dearest Cae,

    I’m most intrigued by the class on writing that you’ll be taking, primarily because I never got to take any writing courses and wish that I had. I hope your muses continues to sing to you forever. I see that for you, though you may not at this time in your life.

    The video was interesting. He is a reaper, I believe, from watching the precipitous drops in the numbers of some people around the one minute mark, especially the lady serving the noodles. Kissing the girl made her number disappear but was that only from his perspective or did it mean that she was resetting because of his love. I don’t know, but I thank you for posting the video. It has me thinking and that is always good.

    Study hard so that you ace the rote memory teacher’s test, but know that your way is the better one. Life is a huge tapestry of tests and one of the best measures of success is the enjoyment quotient. Always remember to enjoy what you are doing. Find that magic and your days will remain vibrant and alive.

    My love to you, always.

    Aloha,

    Doug

    • Dearest D,

      I’m excited about it as well! Don’t know if I’m admitted to it yet, though. I hope so, so that I can show you my improvements. You don’t need a writing class (it’s never too late to take one anyway). Your stories speak volumes, and I’m sure I’m not the only one that says so.

      I loved the video, and I knew you would love it as well as R :) Know your audience, right? ;)

      I don’t think I study that hard, but I do my best at all times. Life can test me all it wants, I’ll be fine as long as you’re with me.
      Love you lots.

      Cheers,
      Cae

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